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Use the “Piecework” Design for Scrapbooking Multi-Photo Pages

We like to share “go-to” designs that give you a starting place for your scrapbook page design. The best “go-tos” are arrangements that ensure there’s a spot for key page parts in a design that has balance and appeal. The “piecework” design is one that’s a little like a pieced quilt, with blocks of various […]

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Find Scrapbook Page Inspiration for Storytelling and Design in Product Packaging

Finding and using inspiration from outside of other scrapbook pages is a wonderful way to shake things up in fresh ways. This year in the Get It Scrapped membership we’re exploring a variety of those outside sources. The newest class in the Translating Inspiration series, has three guest teachers showing you how to find and […]

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Scrapbooking Ideas for Using Paper Strips to Design Page Foundations

Paper strips present many options to be creative and thrifty when it comes to the scrapbook page. They are also a great place to start when it comes to creating your first “foundational” layers. See four ways our Creative Team has use strips to create a page foundation. 1. Rows Deborah Wagner says, “This is […]

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How does your garden grow by Iris Fox | Supplies: Pattern Paper: Pink Paislee, Felicity Jane, Michaels; Cut File: Silhouette Store; Pom Poms: Creatology (Michaels); Ephemera: Felicity Jane; Alphas: Freckled Fawn; Flair: Felicity Jane

Pom Poms on the Scrapbook Page Add Trendy and Fun Texture, Color, Shape and Whimsy

Pom Poms have become trendy additions to clothes, jewelry, home decor, and party decorations. They add texture, shape, and color when they’re used.  And whimsy, too! And that makes them great additions to scrapbook page designs. Read on for a look at how our creative team is using pom poms on their scrapbook pages.   […]

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