This is the final lesson in Where Scrapbooking Ideas Come From.
The initial lessons covered six basic design principles: emphasis, contrast, repetition, balance, alignment, and flow.
Subsequent lessons (including this one) covered 5 basic scrapbook page parts: photos, journaling, title, embellishments, and canvas.
And that’s it! We’ve looked at 6 design principles and 5 page parts and lots and lots of ways to put them all together. And, now . . . how do you feel? What are you motivated to create? Do you feel equipped to scrapbook lots of new pages? Are you still wondering about things? Let me know. I’d love to help.
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