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Ideas for using Full Page Stencils and Die Cuts on Scrapbook ...

Scrapbooking Ideas for Using Full Page Die Cuts and Stencils

With a personal die-cut machine like the Silhouette Cameo, you can make layers and stencils for layout backgrounds. Our team has scrapbooking ideas here that use full-page die cuts for masked, textured and layered backgrounds. layer a full-page cutout Christy Strickler says, “We have noticed a change in my son’s behavior. He’s more mature, and I wanted […]

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How to get computer-printed scrapbook journaling onto decorative tags

By Paula Gilarde I like adding computer-printed journaling to my paper scrapbook pages. I frequently use strips or journaling blocks, but I also like to use decorative journaling spots and tags. While it can be a little trickier to add printed journaling, it’s  not impossible. Here are a few tips to get you started. 1. Measure […]

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Blurring the line between photo and canvas adds design oomph to your scrapbook pages

by Debbie Hodge Memory keeping is about preserving and presenting photos in ways that tell your stories. When you can do that clearly and with appeal you’ve got a page to love. Challenge yourself to tell a story by blurring the line between where the photo ends and canvas begins. Here are 5 ways to […]

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Real men have pink scrapbook pages | Ideas for scrapbooking boys with pink

By Dina Wakley I have three boys who I affectionately call “the fellas.” I love my boys, truly and deeply! Having all boys, however, means that I have fewer opportunities to use cute girly scrapbook products and even fewer opportunities to use one of my favorite colors: pink! I decided a few years ago that […]

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Make stand-out scrapbook pages with unconventional product and design choices

by Amy Kingsford Unconventional product and design choices can yield scrapbook pages that grab the viewer’s eye and keep it. Read on for rule-breaking ideas that will challenge the way you think about design, color, supplies and stories on your own scrapbook pages. “I Can Do This“ by Kayleigh Wiles 1. Color outside the lines […]

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7 Ideas for using ephemera on your scrapbook pages

by Debbie Hodge The word “ephemera” is used for everyday documents that were intended for one-time or short-term use. Ephemera isn’t necessarily vintage. Current memorabilia, like the program from a concert you recently attended or the thank-you note from a friend, are ephemera. Have you thought about including postcards, gum wrappers, tickets, maps, labels, paper […]

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Ideas and angles for scrapbooking “moments”

by Debbie Hodge How you get your pages scrapbooked is influenced by their content. At Get It Scrapped we’ve written about the challenges and opportunities for a variety of page types including: events, everyday life, travel, yourself, and leaving a record. “Moments” pages are the ones that hold the photos, insights, and messages to others that […]

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4 ways to make visual triangles on your scrapbook pages

By Doris Sander If you’ve read Debbie Hodge’s recent article, “Tap the Power of ‘3’ for Your Scrapbook Designs,” you know that three unifying elements can make a powerful statement on a scrapbook page. Take a look at the layouts here as I share thoughts and ideas  for using the three points in the visual triangle to bring balance to […]

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