Scrapbooking Week in Review for August 20th to August 26th

A week full of great organizational articles, budget scrapbooking and so much more was what was found in the scrapbooking blog. If you missed any articles, take the time now to go and check them out. And if you have any ideas for something you’d like to know more about, perhaps a product or a tip or technique just let me know!

Tips for Maximizing Your Small Scrapbooking Space

Face it, a small scrapbook space is really hard to work around. I’ve known scrapbookers who have had to use an area in the basement, a tiny portion of the living room or dining room, and even scrapbook in closets.

Scrapbooking With Found Items

Found items can add so much to your scrapbook layouts and albums, with a spark of creativity there is so much you can do. What is a found object? It is essentially anything that would not normally be considered a scrapbook item or embellishment.

8 Quick Tips to Keep Your Scrap Area Organized

There are so many unique and creative ways to keep any area of your home organized. However, many scrapbookers, no matter how good their intentions are, have difficulty maintaining any form of organization.

Types of Teacher’s Albums

Teacher albums are the perfect gift, whether it is for Christmas, her birthday or the end of the year. Now is a great time to get started no matter when it is for.

Setting Up Your Scrap Area or Scrapbook Room

Setting up your scrapbooking area can be lots of fun. Especially when you have some of the latest and greatest storage options and a really pretty gallon of paint. Here are some ways you can get started setting up your scrap area. Paint Purchase a can of paint.

What to Do When You Don’t Have a Scrap Space

This actually is a very common problem for scrapbookers. Many scrapbookers have to make do with dining room tables, living room cabinets and other odd spots throughout the home. Apartments can really be difficult especially because there is just not much space.

The Truth About Bazzill Basics Papers

By now if you have been scrapbooking for any length of time, you have heard of Bazzill Cardstock. Have you ever wondered what the big deal is? Have you ever thought to yourself “What makes this paper so unique?”. Or maybe you are already a Bazzill user.

Tips to Get Started on Creating a Teacher Album

While some might object, if you plan to create a teacher album for your child’s teacher either for Christmas or even the end of the school year, now is a great time to get started. Why? I’ll show you. In order to create a great album, there needs to be lots of photos and journaling.

Monday Layout Challenge: The Perils of Pet Ownership

In honor of our adorable new puppy (yes that is him in the photograph to the left and below), I thought today’s Monday Layout Challenge should center around our adorable feline and Fido friends. If you have a bird or even a squirrel that you keep as a pet, they count too.

Scrapbooking Week in Review for August 13th-19th, 2007

The scrapbooking blog has always been one of the most popular blogs at families.com. That always makes me smile, since scrapbooking is probably one of my most favorite subjects in the world to talk about.

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