Simple Scrapper - Simple scrapbooking ideas, tips and tutorials Scrapbooking Supplies – Etsy CA Free Quick Start Guide from Simple Scrapper How would it feel if getting started was effortless and you knew exactly where to focus your creative energy for maximum impact? With this free guide, you'll discover a quick and easy way to start scrapbooking simply today! We respect your email privacy Jennifer Wilson is an educator dedicated to helping women create space in their lives for scrapbooking and focus on what matters most. Copyright © 2014 Simple Scrapper
Scrapbooking Ideas | give your photos stories & give your stories a home Use the 500+ organized scrapbooking ideas here for your photobooks, digital and paper scrapbook pages, and telling your photos’ stories. The ideas here come from a variety of sources, from using new product and techniques to springboarding off the trends — from sources like wedding, fashion, and home decor — that translate to the page. Finding Ideas In our series “Motivated To Scrapbook,” see the ideas, techniques and approaches that have our creative team inspired and creating. get ideas [catlist name=ideas-finding-using-inspiration numberposts=-1 orderby=date order=desc] Ideas from Design Learning about layout design and challenging yourself to incorporate a variety of design approaches is a great way to find your style and new ideas. [catlist name=ideas-via-design numberposts=-1 orderby=date order=desc] Trend-Driven Ideas What’s trendy? [catlist name=ideas-from-current-trends numberposts=-1 orderby=date order=desc] Product & Technique Ideas Ideas for Titles Ideas for Photos
April 2014 Craft Tips: How to Use Mod Podge Watch Jonie as she shares her tips on how to apply mod podge to wood and paper and avoids bumps and uneven surfaces. For more inspiring ideas from Jonie visit her blog at Create to Remember with Heidi Swapp: Mini Stencils BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!! Featured Buy: The Tim Holtz - Heidi Swapp Dream Team Today we have put together an amazing kit that partners two of our favorite designers.
Ten Scrapbook Layout Ideas With 5 to 6 Photos | Paperclipping There are a lot of ways to make scrapbook pages with 5 or 6 photos. They can be clean and simple or more layered and intricate. Here are ten examples, only two of which required a two-page layout… 1. Crop the photos down into smaller, irregular random sizes. I cropped my photos digitally and I didn’t plan my page out ahead of time. If you have a Paperclipping Membership you can watch me put the title of this page together and learn about how its design communicates a specific feeling and idea. 2. I cropped these photos manually. If you don’t know what alleys are and how to use them, you’ll definitely want to watch Communicate with Space – Paperclipping 165. A little more about the page above – it’s an intro pages for an album, so it doesn’t have journaling. 3. The two circular photos were ones I had cropped years and years ago when it was common to do so. Members can see me assemble this page in my two-part series called, Transform Your Albums Into Unified Stories. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Free Printables Get creative with Canon! Join Canon and learn how to use your PIXMA Printer as a tool to unlock and print your beautiful memories. This 12-episode series shows how you can use your photos for various crafts, DIY projects, and home decor. For more creative inspiration from Canon, visit Each episode in season two will include FREE printables that you can download to your computer and print as many times as you'd like. In today’s episode we are going to share a really fun idea for the new year, complete with a FREE exclusive printable. December is one of the busiest months of the year. Christmas is a time to celebrate all of our amazing friends and families. The best part about Christmas is family. Take Thanksgiving beyond the meal with today’s episode. Today’s episode is filled with FUN FREE exclusive printables, from GIANT calendars to little tiny desk calendars. The fall months are full of holiday parties. Tags, Envelopes & More Halloween
Invitations, Collages, Slideshows and Scrapbooks – Smilebox Write. Click. Scrapbook. Hello and sorry for the delay! Snow days means kids home which means life take a little detour around the todo list! Yesterday we were chatting about making something portable that we can use to help keep up engaged and successful with our resolutions. When it comes to portable notebooks, my hands down favorite are mini composition notebooks. Reasons I love them. They are cheap. I thought about breaking out my actual paper products to decorate the covers, but I didn't want embellishments that would get tattered or broken, so I opted for a digi cover. Here are my two books. I have them divided into section and made lists inside of things to get done. I spend a lot of time in the car driving my kids to their activities. Three things before I go. First, in case you are a pen lover like me, I have found these pens from Jet Pens to be my favorites for keeping in my purse. Second, I made a printable for you for the organized book.
No day like today.... All summer Long my best friend Laurie and I have been saying we need to get together with our girls who have been good friends forever as well... but you know how it goes. Laurie has to travel lots for her job, all our girls have summer jobs, we have family vacations, the list goes on, well we are finally getting together right before the Lexi, Stephie and ALyssa all head off to college for the fall semester. As you can tell by the photo we are minus Stephie who was in California, so of course as tradition dictates we had to do a photo with "flat Stephie" to be sure she was in at least one group shot!( We are going to see her next week in person!) Our happy group met up at Z tejas in Tempe, for a wonder couple hours of dinner , and laughter as well as serious debate over the current results of "So You Think You Can Dance", we are all VERY serious fans. We also had fun exchanging birthday gifts since all the girls birthday's as well as mine fall in the summer months.