I love making calendars and have done so for many years. If you are a regular calendar maker, too, do you realize we have our family history scrapbooks already done? (Assuming you keep old calendars, of course!)
Saving money is a necessity for most of us in today’s climate. So I was rather pleased when I heard what sounded like a great money-saving tip for a deckle-edge effect on scrapbook paper – without having to invest in another tool.
We’re talking about scrapbook paper again, and looking at another idea for what to do with all those paper scraps and unloved scrapbook papers in your stash. Today’s suggestion
I came across this video using inking techniques on your scrapbooking page. Some of the techniques used include stamping, inking, how to use and apply long border stamps, masking, creating a mini scene in your layout and more.
What have scrapbooking and kids chores got in common? Can you really get kids to love doing their chores? This great chores chart from Amanda McGee could help!
A scallop punch and a few simple tips will have you beavering away as you use your scrapbook papers to make flowers for cards and to decorate your scrapbook pages.