5 Ways Wilna Furstenberg Uses Patterned Paper to Embellish Scrapbook Pages

5 Ways Wilna Furstenberg Uses Patterned Paper to Embellish Scrapbook Pages

Wilna Furstenberg shares 5 ways to embellish scrapbook pages with patterned paper in this lesson that originally appeared in the Get It Scrapped Membership class “Patterned Paper.” Click here to get all the lessons on this topic with an all access pass. by Wilna Furstenberg Looking through my scrapbook pages, I realized I rarely use […]

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Ideas for Adding Visual Pizzazz to Your Scrapbook Page Journaling

Scrapbook page journaling is one of five basic scrapbook page parts (the others are photos, title, embellishments, and the canvas everything sits on). In this piece, we’ve got ideas for jazzing up your journaling visually. Sian Fair says, “When my nephew visits, we like to plan a trip to the museum: this page records–in letter […]

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How to Make Easy Scrapbook Pages: Block out photo + patterned paper.

Use this 8-step formula to make easy scrapbook pages. Cluster your single photo with patterned paper pieces to create a square block. Mount it on your square canvas, and then mat it with a 1″ border as Celeste Smith has done, and you’ve got a classic design that focuses on your photo while incorporating patterns […]

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Scrapbooking Ideas for Using Trendy Long Shadows on the Scrapbook Page

  Long shadows are trendy in graphic and web design right now. See how they gave us inspiration for scrapbook page storytelling on both paper and digital pages. Ronnie Crowley says, “The title says on this page says it all: the page is about my dog’s job of keeping the yard clear of squirrels.” “To create long […]

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Scrapbooking Ideas for Working with Furry and Fuzzy Materials

Furry and fuzzy materials are trendy in decor, accessories and fashion. Add a bit of this soft texture to your scrapbook page storytelling to evoke associations and feelings–or just to grab the eye. Check out how our Creative Team has put furry and fuzzy elements on their scrapbook pages. Margareta Carlsson says, “One of my […]

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