Scrapbooking

Rules:

  1. One entry per class.
  2. Entries may be a single page, or book with a minimum five pages and maximum ten pages. The front and back counts as one page. Single pages must have a protective sheet except for paper albums.
  3. Each page must include at least one photograph.
  4. Use any combination of purchased of handmade embellishments and tools to create your pages. Do not use tape.

IMG_2674Section 1 – Book Entry (5 – 10 Pages)

Classes:

  1. Holiday
  2. Family
  3. Baby
  4. Pets
  5. Sports
  6. Gardens
  7. Wedding/Anniversary
  8. Birthday
  9. School/College
  10. Winter Theme
  11. Special Theme
  12. 4-H or Other Youth Organization
  13. General (not listed above)
  14. Vacation

Section 2 – Single Page

Classes:

  1. Holiday
  2. Family
  3. Baby
  4. Pets
  5. Sports
  6. Gardens
  7. Wedding/Anniversary
  8. Birthday
  9. School/College
  10. Winter Theme
  11. Special Theme
  12. 4-H or Other Youth Organization
  13. General (not listed above)
  14. Vacation

Section 3 – Computerized Book Entry (5 – 10 Pages)

Classes:

  1. Holiday
  2. Family
  3. Baby
  4. Pets
  5. Sports
  6. Gardens
  7. Wedding/Anniversary
  8. School/College
  9. Winter Theme
  10. Special Theme
  11. 4-H or Other Youth Organization
  12. General (not listed above)

Section 4 – Computerized Entry – Single Page

Classes:

  1. Holiday
  2. Family
  3. Baby
  4. Pets
  5. Sports
  6. Gardens
  7. Wedding/Anniversary
  8. School/College
  9. Winter Theme
  10. Special Theme
  11. 4-H or Other Youth Organization
  12. General (not listed above)

Section 5 – Family History

Classes:

  1. Heritage Preservation
    • Scrapbook page(s) depicting a family event
    • Miscellaneous
  2. My Family Portrait
    • Drawing or Painting
    • Photograph
    • Miscellaneous (not duplicate of an above class)

Arkansas Century Farm Program

A program administered by the Arkansas Agriculture Department to recognize Arkansas’ rich agricultural history and honor families who have owned and farmed the same land for at least 100 years. A voluntary no-cost application and guidelines can be found at http://aad.arkansas.gov/Pages/CenturyFarmList.aspx or through the local Cooperative Extension Office. Johnson County Century Farm Families will be honored by the Johnson County Historical Society during the fair.

 

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