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Scrap Book Craze

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Scrap Book Craze

Scrap Book Craze

Scrap Book Craze

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Scrapbooking is huge. Last year, the business of selling supplies for scrappers to preserve their family photos totaled 2 and a half billion dollars. One person who has bought into the scrapbooking craze is commentator Desiree Cooper. She recently spent a weekend at a scrapbooking marathon - about 25 hours of scrapping in a few days - where she talked to other scrappers about preserving memories.

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