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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Scrapbook Ideas for Adding a Little Bit of Sparkle to the Page

“Sparkle” or “shine” is a great way to add oomph to your scrapbook page designs. There are many materials that can be used to add that little bit of sparkle to your page, including metallic paints, inks or sprays, glitter, and metal elements. See how our creative team added sparkle to their pages with intention […]

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Garden Notes by Ronnie Crowley | Supplies: One Little Bird - Take Root; Amy Wolf and Pink Reptile Collab - Homegrown; Get It Scrapped - Coach 7 Template

Scrapbook Page Starter: Arrange Your Elements with a Half-and-Half Design

The half-and-half design is one of several layout configurations of combined elements that scrapbookers use again and again when making scrapbook pages (blocked, clustered, shelf, cross, band and more). These foundations are used again and again because they work well for housing the most frequently encountered combinations of elements (1 to 5 photos with title and journaling) and they consistently […]

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