5 Movies Where Scrapbooking Saves the Day

In honor of the Oscars last night, we want to share with you 5 movies where scrapbooking saves the day:

1. Up5 films where scrapbooking saves the day! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbooking #movies #memorykeeping

This one is a personal favorite of ours at Close To My Heart! In this heart-warming Best Picture nominee from a few years ago, the pages of a scrapbook remind an elderly man named Carl about how good his life has been, while also showing him that adventure is still out there!

2. Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood5 films where scrapbooking saves the day! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbooking #movies #memorykeeping

A famous New York playwright blames her spunky southern mother for her unhappy childhood, sparking a long-distance feud, but reconciliation is ultimately found after the daughter learns more about her mother’s past from an old scrapbook.

3. Age of Adaline5 films where scrapbooking saves the day! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbooking #movies #memorykeeping

While looking through photos and scrapbooks from her unusually long life, the ageless title character of this film resolves to embrace the present, recognizing that true happiness comes from the relationships she has shared with others.

4. So Dear To My Heart5 films where scrapbooking saves the day! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbooking #movies #memorykeeping

In this Oscar-nominated film from 1948, figures from a scrapbook come to life and encourage an orphan boy named Jeremiah to work hard and never give up on his dreams.

5. The Parent Trap5 films where scrapbooking saves the day! #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbooking #movies #memorykeeping

A picture torn from a wedding scrapbook becomes the key to reuniting twin sisters who have grown up in separate households and meet by chance at summer camp.

From encouragement to reconciliation to celebrating relationships, this small selection of movies really shows what scrapbooking is all about! Did we miss any good scrapbooking movies? Tell us about your favorites in the comments! And the next time someone asks you why you scrapbook, be proud! Tell them it’s your way of saving the day. 🙂

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25 thoughts on “5 Movies Where Scrapbooking Saves the Day

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  2. I’d add the Piglet Movie to your list. Piglet’s feelings are hurt when the friends won’t let him help and he disappears. They find him using his scrapbook of their past adventures. My daughter was a toodler when this came out. It may have been the first movie we saw with her in the theater.

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    • That’s a great one! What a sweet thought. Scrapbooks really are so important for helping us remember the best parts of life.

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  3. Something is wrong with my post. I received this one on Feb. 29th @ 12:12 pm and then the second was @ 12:15. What happen with this?

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    • Hi, Leora! Did you by chance get the “And the winners are…” post second? We published that blog post and this one back to back.

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  4. In “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”, the main character uses a scrapbook as a planner. Funny movie! I’ve seen 4 of the movies in the post and they are all wonderful. I especially love the end credits in “Up”, in which they show the continuation of the character’s new adventures in scrapbook photos.

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  5. New in Town, starting Harry Connick Jr. and Renee Zellweger, featured Scrapbooking as a meaningful hobby which ultimately proved the main character was where they belonged.

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