Tag Archive | "Scrapbook Ideas"

Five Essential Tools for Scrapbooking

Friday, February 27, 2015

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Although scrapbooking has a variety of tools you can purchase, here are five tools that will help you begin and expand your creativity: Glue & Adhesive There seems to be a wide variety of glue and adhesives to purchase for scrapbooking. The best thing to do is experiment with a few to find which type […]

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Laminating for Scrapbooking

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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Scrapbooking is all about trying to keep memories as long as possible, so it’s important to protect the items in your scrapbook however possible. Things like newspaper, though important for your scrapbook, can get damaged with time – so one solution is to use a laminator to protect both the item, and those surrounding it, […]

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Choosing A Printer (and Ink) That’s Safe For Scrapbooking

Monday, February 23, 2015

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The main worry scrapbookers have when choosing their printer is that it may eventually damage photographs and artwork over time. Some materials contain acid that will eventually cause photographs to fade and change color, so it’s important to choose your printer wisely if you’ll be printing pages or photographs to place in your scrapbook. The […]

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How to Create Folded Photo Corners

Saturday, February 21, 2015

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Photo corners are a fantastic way to add some subtle decoration to the photo pages of your scrapbook. Although corners are available to buy in craft stores, it’s simple enough to make your own once you know how. Here’s a quick guide on how to fold them for the greatest effect. 1) Choose Your Materials: […]

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Wedding Scrapbook Ideas

Thursday, February 19, 2015

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Weddings are a perfect occasion to create a wedding scrapbook. With a number of events leading up to the celebration, finding occasions and materials to document the event is a relatively simple task. By analyzing available materials, picking a template and spending time assembling the end product, creating a wedding scrapbook should be an enjoyable […]

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Making a Family Heritage Scrapbook

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

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Preserving your family memories and heritage is an important part of your life’s story. A crafty and fun way in which you can display your family heritage and preserve precious memories is by creating a family heritage scrapbook album. When you include pictures to your scrapbook, include a short biography about who is in the […]

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Which Materials Are Safe For Scrapbooking?

Friday, February 13, 2015

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Scrapbooking means creating something that you hope is going to last for as long as possible. As well as thinking about any photograph protection, you also need to consider the types of material you include in the scrapbook: they can all have an impact on how long your scrapbook will last. Newspaper Clippings: Newspaper clippings […]

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Finding the Best Scrapbooking Scanner for Old Photographs and Scrapbook Pages

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

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Most of the photographs that tend to get used in scrapbooking are older prints. Although digital photographs are more popular nowadays, we all have older photos that we still need to keep safe. The perfect way to incorporate these into your scrapbook is to scan them in. But what’s the best scanner to choose? Type […]

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Scrapbooking Tips

Saturday, February 7, 2015

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What are your best scrapbooking tips? Scrapbooking has been a favorite past time for women of all ages for many years and continues to attract quite a following. For those of you just starting out, here are some scrapbooking tips to help you save time and money with your scrapbooking projects. Scrapbooking Tips #1 Organization […]

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Scrapbook Design School – The Rule of Odds

Thursday, February 5, 2015

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Scrapbooking, like all visual arts, is based on some basic design principles such as The Visual Triangle, Repetition, The Rule of Thirds, and the Rule of Odds. The Rule of Odds is based on the idea that our eye finds things arranged in odd numbers more natural and pleasing to the eye. This principle is […]

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