Use These Grid Foundations on Your Next Scrapbook Page

Use These Grid Foundations on Your Next Scrapbook Page

The grid foundation is one of several layout configurations scrapbookers use again and again when making scrapbook page designs. Over the years we’ve shared a number of different ideas for using the grid design on your scrapbook pages. Here’s a roundup of favorites: 1. Embellish with Tone-On-Tone Color-Blocked Grids On your next page, try a […]

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Concours by Marie-Pierre Capistran | Supplies: Paper: Pretty Little Studio, October Afternoon; Die cuts: Pretty Little Studio; Stickers: Pretty Little Studio; Flair button: Pretty Little Studio; Washi Tape: from my stash.

Creative Approaches to Scrapbooking Your Favorite Page Topics

Great artists create around recurring subjects again and again. Georgia O’Keefe painted flowers, barren landscapes and close-up still lifes. Annie Leibovitz is a photographer who takes intimate portraits. And Jane Austen wrote about love and marriage, examining the role of women in society at her time. What’s your recurring theme? What subject do you love […]

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This Makes Me Happy by Jana Oliveira | Supplies: Jopke Designs: most impostand ; 2worlds: artsy goods 2

Scrapbook Ideas for Telling More of Your Character’s Back Story

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but as scrapbookers, we are often saddled with the sometimes difficult task of choosing the RIGHT WORDS to tell our scrapbook page stories. This is particularly difficult when it comes to using portraits and snapshots of the people in our lives on the scrapbook page. Many […]

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Drive to Yellowstone by Shanna Hystad | Supplies: Acrylic Title: Ali Edwards, Paper: My Mind’s Eye-By the Sea, Ella & Viv-Cobalt Blue, Carta Bella-Cowboy Country & Practically Perfect, Simple Stores-You Are Here, Reminisce-Fly Fishing, October Afternoon-True North, Letter Stickers: October Afternoon, Ink: Jenni Bowlin, Word Stickers: Tim Holtz, big date stamp: Studio Calico, wood veneer pieces

Scrapbook Ideas for Using a Pieced or Collage Base as a Backdrop

Your scrapbook page canvas doesn’t have to be one solid piece. You can build your page’s base with blocks or strips of different papers to add instant appeal and charm. What’s more, these blocks and strips don’t have to be used as compartments to house your page parts, instead, they can be used as a […]

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