How To Make Easy Scrapbook Pages: Use leftover chipboard packaging for a quick page foundation

How To Make Easy Scrapbook Pages: Use leftover chipboard packaging as a foundation | Get It ScrappedCindy Liebel used leftover chipboard packaging for a quick foundation with dimension and lots of “compartments” for holding patterned paper, photos, and embellishments.

Make your own easy scrapbook page just like Cindy’s using the 5-step formula we’ve shared below.

How To Make Easy Scrapbook Pages: Use leftover chipboard packaging as a foundation | Cindy Liebel | Get It Scrapped

2016 Images of You by Cindy Liebel | Supplies: Pattern Papers by Lily Bee Designs Chipboard by Lily Bee Designs Index Journaling Card by Lily Bee Designs Jeweled Pin by Maya Road White Flower by Maya Road Banner Chipboard by Maya Road Flowers & Circle Punches by EK Success

 

How to make this layout

  1. Begin with text-print paper for a base with visual texture.
  2. Use leftover chipboard framing or packaging as your foundation. Cut a piece of patterned paper about 1/2″ larger on all sides. Mount paper at page center.
  3. Back up the openings in the frame with photos, patterned paper, and embellishments. Mount on patterned paper at page center.
  4. Top the chipboard frame with an index card holding title and 3-piece pennant and with a soft and oversized embellishment like the flower here.
  5. Print journaling and trim in strips. Mount above index card.

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