A Collection of Posts on Scrapbooking Norms

This entry is part 16 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

Over the past few weeks, I’ve discussed the sources of scrapbooking norms, including the internet, idea books and magazines, scrapbooking celebrities, television shows, classes, industry workers, manufacturers, and scrapbooking peers.

Most of my respondents, however, say there are few, if any, rules of the hobby, though there are definitely norms related to the purpose of scrapbooking:

Scrapbooking is also commonly discussed in terms of deviance:

Next Wednesday, I’ll begin talking about how people change as they become scrapbookers. Stay tuned…

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