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Add Layers Behind Cutaways to Strengthen Scrapbook Page Storytelling

Layering is a great tool for scrapbook page storytelling, and it takes on a new power when we see the elements below through a cutway (or negative space). Make the most of that opportunity and layer something behind your cutaway that supports your story and strengthens your page design. cut organic waves from an ocean […]

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Ideas for Scrapbook Page Storytelling with Badges | Get It Scrapped

Ideas for Scrapbook Page Storytelling with Badges

Badges tell a story visually, and that makes them great for embellishing scrapbook pages and scrapbook page storytelling. While a police badge looks a whole lot different from a Girl Scout badge, the two are both small accessories that represent and convey information. See how our Creative Team used badges on their scrapbook pages (and take a […]

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5 Techniques for the Scrapbook Page

We frequently share ideas for getting techniques onto your scrapbook pages at Get It Scrapped. Here’s a closer look at five recent technique articles. Follow the links below to team members’ personal blogs and youtube channels for extended technique, storytelling, and product details on the layouts they made. 1. Scrapbooking Ideas for Overprint Techniques Overprinting is […]

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Scrapbooking Ideas for Overprint Techniques

We found great scrapbooking ideas –and a product and technique challenge for you–from something we spotted in print materials like posters and packaging: overprinting. This is the process, in repographics, of printing one color on top of another. Using overprinting inspiration from around the web, our creative team, took the challenge, and they share a number of ways […]

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Ideas for Scrapbook Page Storytelling with Trendy Brush Script Elements

A recent trend in print, fashion, and decor is to use ink and brushstrokes to create bold typography that’s a prominent part of a design. For your scrapbook page storytelling you can use it to draw attention, tell your story, and–as Amy Kingsford suggests–”date stamp” your page with a current trend. We’ve collected brush script […]

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Mixed Media with Michelle Houghton | A Water Soluble Medium Comparison

Are you curious about the difference between water soluble mediums?  This month let’s take a closer look at watercolors, watercolor pencils, water soluble oil pastels and Gelatos.  We will look at the similarities and the differences between these 4 water-friendly mediums and get a feel for their strengths and weaknesses.  My hope is you might […]

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