The Ultimate Scrapbooking Playlist

The Ultimate Scrapbooking Playlist! Listen to these songs about family and memories while you scrapbook. #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbookingplaylist #scrapbooking #craftingmusic

Music and scrapbooking go together like stamps and ink, paper and photos, Sticky Boy and Sticky Girl!

There’s nothing quite like turning up the tunes and diving into a scrapbooking project—the music helps you relax, think outside the box, and get creative.

We’ve put together a list of songs that celebrate memories and relationships, which is exactly what scrapbooking’s all about. The next time you want to slip away for an hour and create some pages, give these tunes a try:

  1. Remember When—Alan Jackson
  2. What Would I Do Without You—Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
  3. We Are Family—Sister Sledge
  4. Remembering—Ashley Campbell
  5. This Is the Time—Billy Joel
  6. Yesterday Once More—The Carpenters
  7. Through the Years—Kenny Rogers
  8. Memories—Elvis
  9. You’ll Be in My Heart—Phil Collins
  10. Memories Are Made of This—Dean Martin
  11. I Love You Will Still Sound the Same—Oh Honey
  12. Pretty Paper—Roy Orbison
  13. It Was a Very Good Year—Frank Sinatra
  14. 100 Years—Five for Fighting
  15. Try to Remember—Josh Groban
  16. Then They Do—Trace Adkins
  17. Because You Loved Me—Celine Dion
  18. Photograph—Ed Sheeran
  19. The Best Day—Taylor Swift
  20. Summer of ‘69—Bryan Adams
  21. Do You Remember—Jack Johnson
  22. This Is Us—Mark Knopfler & Emmylou Harris
  23. In My Life—The Beatles
  24. 7 Years—Lukas Graham
  25. Unforgettable—Nat King Cole
  26. There Goes My Life—Kenny Chesney

Now we want to know what YOUR favorite scrapping songs are. Tell us in the comments below!

The Ultimate Scrapbooking Playlist! Listen to these songs about family and memories while you scrapbook. #ctmh #closetomyheart #scrapbookingplaylist #scrapbooking #craftingmusic

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42 thoughts on “The Ultimate Scrapbooking Playlist

  1. I love country music, especially Tim McGraw and Keith Urban. But when it comes to scrapping music, I love anything that has me dancing in my chair and singing all the words. It keeps my energy up and the creativity flowing.

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  2. I like to listen to Marianas Trench; Micheal McDonald; Hedley; and Justin Bieber while I scrap or make cards. Not really paying attention to the words for all, but enjoying my favourite tunes while I spend time doing my favourite things.

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  3. Depends on what I’m scrapping. It’s really fun to scrap pics of my oldest daughter (15) while jamming to the Ramones. “Sheena is a Punk Rocker” has become my theme song for her!

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  4. I think you left off “Wind Beneath My Wings” by Bette Midler. I’m crying my eyes out with all the memories these songs bring up! Some I haven’t heard before (not all the old ones.)

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  5. I like to get up and shake it every once in a while, so “Happy” (Pharrell) and “Uptown Funk” (Mark Ronson) do that for me. Add in some Michael Jackson (“Wanna Be Startin’ Something” and “Billie Jean”) and some Beatles, and I am in my happy place. 🙂

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  6. ’80’s hair bands! Lol! I also like movie soundtracks (Top Gun, Footloose) plus bands like 3 doors down, Prince, country… Just depends on my mood

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  7. I loved listening to this playlist – some old, some new, some country. Lots of memories, lots of emotions. Thank you CTMH.

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  8. Most of these are in my top rated on itunes but another one is Live Like You Were Dying by Tim McGraw. It reminds me to enjoy life not just from behind the camera which is what I tend to do but to actually be an active participant.

    Karen @pageswithheart.blogspot.com

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