by Debbie Hodge
Hi and welcome! I’m really glad you’re spending time with me and these lessons. I love thinking about making scrapbook pages—combining photos, stories, and cool product to make a record of the life I’m living with family and friends.
I found that once I understood layout design principles AND the essential parts of any page and how they relate to one another, scrapbooking got easier and more fun.
The 12 lessons in “Where Scrapbook Ideas Come From” include this survey lesson, then 6 that cover the design principles important to making layouts, and then 5 more on what I consider primary parts of a scrapbook page.
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