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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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6 Design Solutions for Getting More Photos on Your Pages

Getting more photos onto your layouts is a challenge we frequently hear our readers face–and one we tackled in a recent video lesson at the Get It Scrapped membership (Skillful Storytelling-Picture Your Story #3). For our readers hear, we present the creative team’s work with the ideas in that lesson: 6 design solutions for this […]

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Ideas for Scrapbook Page Storytelling with Maps

Infographics combine images and figures and limited text to efficiently convey information- -and even tell stories–in today’s informationpacked world. We’ve shared many graphic approaches to visual storytelling here–like Venn diagrams, pie charts, infographics, and timelines. Today we’ve got ideas for using maps.  Sue Althouse says, “This page is the introductory layout of our recent trip […]

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