A picture is worth a thousand words

Story and photo by Katie Baldwin
Landstuhl Library

Desiree Julius volunteers her time at the Landstuhl Library, teaching the ever-growing popular hobby of scrapbooking. 

“It is a wonderful way to display your favorite photographs and memorabilia,” said Ms. Julius.

The first All-Day Scrapbooking Event was held at the Landstuhl Library Oct. 25. Ms. Julius continues volunteering her time to share her passion and instructional skills of scrapbooking with the community. 

Ms. Julius arrived at the library looking as if she was going on a trip, loaded down with luggage that was actually full of scrapbooking supplies and equipment. She is so dedicated that she took a taxi so she could arrive on time with all her scrapbooking equipment.

For beginning enthusiasts, this is a great opportunity to find plenty of inspiration, ideas and techniques. In each class, Ms. Julius shows participants how to document and preserve those very special memories in a uniquely individual and artistic way.
The library provides scrapbooking supplies for the public to use and keep. 
Participants should, however, bring three to four special photographs to work with.  
The event is free of charge and everyone is welcome. The next All-Day Scrapbooking Event will be in January.  If you are interested in joining the scrapbooking e-mail list or interested in more information about scrapbooking, contact the Landstuhl Library at 486-8390 or 06371-86-8390.

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