Posted by: Michelle | August 30, 2007

Conduct an Interview; Make a Page

For many of us, journalling is one of the most difficult things about scrapbooking, but it is also what makes a scrapbook a scrapbook rather than a photo album – at least in my humble opinion. In the July/August 2007 issue of Simple Scrapbooks magazine, they include an article about interviewing people who you may have known for years, but still may not really know. As a part of that article, they include a list of 10 interview questions and show several pages created based on interviews with loved ones.

The 10 questions are:

1. What age would you like to be for the rest of your life?
2. If you could own the world’s largest collection of anything, what would it be?
3. What three wishes would you ask of a genie in a bottle?
4. What are the secrets to a longer, healthier life?
5. What is something you feel too young to do?
6. What are three things you need in order to be happy?
7. If you had an extra day each month that no one else had, what would you do with it?
8. What is something you’d like to do that you’re not allowed to?
9. What superhero powers would you like to have?
10. What is something you wish you never had to worry about again?

These questions are based on ones found it the book 4,000 Questions for Getting to Know Anyone and Everyone, which, as I have said before, is a great resource for scrapbookers and just something fun for everyone.

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