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5 Liftable Ideas from 1 Scrapbook Page by Betsy Sammarco

It’s the accumulation of well-chosen and carefully crafted details that create a masterful scrapbook page. Check out 5 details on “Sweet” by Betsy Sammarco and see if one or two of them can inspire your next page. This is just one of the inspired pages that Betsy shared at Masterful Scrapbook Design as a part of the “Finding and […]

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5 Liftable Ideas from 1 Scrapbook Page by Celeste Smith

It’s the accumulation of well-chosen and carefully crafted details that create a masterful scrapbook page. Check out 5 details on “Crazy Circular Car Conversation No 676 ” by Celeste Smith and see if one or two of them can inspire your next page. This is just one of the pages jam-packed with ideas that Celeste is […]

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Easy Scrapbook Page Recipe: Make Repeated Photo Border

Betsy Sammarco scrapbooked two of her favorite photos on “Cherry Blossoms.” One photo is enlarged and the other is repeated many times — with one instance of it framed. (Check out 4 Ways to Use Repeated Photos for more scrapbook page ideas.) Step-by-step 1. Select two photos: one a close-up and one a smaller context […]

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5 Details to Lift for Your Own Scrapbook Pages

by Debbie Hodge Sometimes it takes just one detail to spark inspiration for an entire page. Here are five scrapbook page details  that recently caught my eye. Which one will you try? 1. Outline alphas, embellishments, photos –even the details in a photo– with black pen. Layout by Keandra Willis Layout by Keandra Willis Keandra Willis likes […]

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5 composition approaches to try on your scrapbook pages

by Debbie Hodge Wondering how to add a little something different to the next scrapbook page you make? Try building a page based upon one of these five ideas. 1. Incorporate a curved line into your composition Dina Wakley says, “Continuance is a Gestalt principle that means that our brains like to follow lines. When […]

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