Heritage Scrapbooking Products-Paper House Productions

korean-war-artilleryAs usual, I was online perusing some great paper products that could be used for your heritage albums when I ran across Paper House Productions website. I loved the ease of finding what I wanted on their website, but more importantly, I loved the line of heritage papers that they had. They inspired me for the topic of an upcoming post, which will be all about honoring an immigrant from another country.

But, before I post on that topic, let me share with you some of the great products they have over at Paper House. Their papers are beautiful, and artistic. They are the type of papers that you hate to cover up with anything. But, in scrapbooking, you don’t necessarily have to. Some of their papers would be great to include in a heritage album as a page with just a title, or an intro to a section of the album. For example, they have a WWII collection that shows a beautiful picture on the paper of what the front lines may have looked like during the war. The paper is gorgeous, and the picture on the paper is equally as stunning, and would be a beautiful addition to any heritage album about WWII. Go here to find all of their WWII products.

In addition to WWII, they feature papers and stickers in the following themes:


Civil War

Ellis Island

4th of July

These themes pervade every family’s history at some point or another! I especially love the Military line when you are ready to scrapbook about Honoring a Soldier in your family. Each branch of the military is represented in this line of products that they carry. They have chipboard cut outs of purple hearts, USA, dog tags and more. They have quotes that can be used for the Army, Coast Guard, and Marines. You can’t help feel patriotic when you look at their words like, United We Stand, Free, Proud, Strong and Brave. These can be used to add depth and character to any military or patriotic page.

Each genre that they feature in their heritage line will not disappoint. The papers are beautiful and depict with clarity and history what the viewer is supposed to be seeing when looking at your heritage scrapbook. Whether you are scrapbooking a military page, or a journey to a new country by one of your ancestors, these papers will not disappoint and will add so much to the pages of your album.

Meredith Ethington is the author of this blog. To learn more about Meredith, and her history with Scrapbooking and Genealogy, go here.

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