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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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Scrapbook Page Techniques for Linocut Looks

Get the look of hand-crafted art with scrapbook page techniques for linocut looks. Linocut refers to a printing technique in which a design is cut from linoleum and then inked and pressed to the page. The Get It Scrapped Creative Team took inspiration from this collection of linocuts on Pinterest and then took their own […]

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Mixed Media with Michelle Houghton | Resist Techniques with Paper Crafter Crayons

Each month Michelle Houghton looks at a medium and one or more ways to add it to your layouts.  Other artists from the Creative Team at Get It Scrapped provide related inspiration to fuel your imagination and get you scrapbooking. This month I explore resist techniques, specifically using Faber Castell Paper Crafter Crayons as a resist.  The […]

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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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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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Scrapbooking Ideas for Layered Stencilwork

  Adding layered stencilwork to your scrapbook layouts and art journaling pages is a great way to make them original–one of a kind. You’ve got motif, medium, dimension, texture, color, direction and more to work with.   create a foundation of layered stencilwork Kristy T says, “I explore the mixed feelings about my youngest child growing up […]

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Scrapbook Layout Designs Inspired by Woodland Scenes

Woodland motifs–like acorns, deer, owl, fox, forest scenes, and stag–are great for scrapbook layout designs of outdoor scenes, holidays, and child play. There’s plenty of woodland inspiration to be found in decor, storybooks, stationery, and even fashion. The scrapbook pages here look to more than the motifs for inspiration — rather, they pull from the […]

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