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Member Spotlight: Celia Meehan

interview by Amy Kingsford GIS Username: Celia Joined: April 2008 Posts: 454 Most Active In: the “NSBR” (non-scrapbook related) forums Alum of: Art Journaling 101, Art Journaling 102, Art Journaling 201, Art Journaling 301; Building Pages, Digital Templates, In Loving Memory, Oodles of Doodles, Mother May I?, Page Parts, Beginning Photo Editing, Product Pizzazz 101, […]

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Linda effortlessly fit 11 photos on this page by splitting the 10” x 3” spot and a 4” x 3” spot. Just looking at this layout, Linda’s photo selections show her January was full of heart and home. To read the journaling, click on photo and you'll be taken to this layout in our our challenge forum.

One Month at a Time: February 2010

Look for “One Month at a Time” on the 1st of each month in 2010. Tami Taylor gives you a sketch and prompts for getting monthly memories scrapped . . . “one month at a time.” On January 1st, Tami shared prompts for photos and journaling. Now she’s got a sketch for January and examples […]

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When my son had a lead role in “Aladdin” there was no way I was taking only a few photos. The problem with having 100 photos, though, is that it can be hard to really make sense of what went on. The four supporting photos here show the progression of the play, but they’re busy. A photo of just my son, after the play with flowers, helps draw the eye in and make the story one the viewer can settle in to.

How to select events photos for scrapbooking

by Debbie Hodge In Organizing Events Photos I share a step-by-step process for winnowing down the photos you’ve taken to a manageble number for scrapbooking events. In the last section of that article, I suggest going through your photos relatively quickly to select those you really like and think you’ll put on a page. Here […]

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The Get It Scrapped Project #1

by Tami Taylor A monthly series in which Tami embarks upon a year-long quest (inspired by the Julie/Julia Project) to use the Get It Scrapped! book and website to Get It Scrapped!) the book: Get It Scrapped!: Organize, Visualize, Create.  First edition, 2008.  Written by Debbie Hodge.  The book that began it all for a […]

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