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There are big plans coming in the upcoming weeks for the scrapbooking blog. New challenges, layouts, and articles to help with your projects and creative needs. Advice and tips from the experts, interviews, new products and hot techniques are all coming soon.
I am completely aware that today is not Monday and it is Wednesday, but due to the fact that I just decided to start this in August, today is our first challenge. The next will be posted this upcoming Monday. I have decided to post a challenge each Monday that you can do, or you can not do.
It is an unfortunate fact that the United States of America has the highest rate of women with breast cancer in the world. The good news, is that every day there are survivors that can say they beat it. You can join the fight by joining in Scrap Pink Weekend from September 28-30, 2007.
Have you ever entered a scrapbook store and been totally overwhelmed? Where do you start? What products do you need? How do you decide what works for the pictures you want to scrapbook? Let’s hang out in a scrapbook store and see how it all works.
Face it, scrapbook stores are overwhelming, especially if you’re not very familiar with how it all works. In fact, every store is different, so its impossible to predict a stores layout or what they will have. All four of our stores carry totally different stuff.
In recent months, it seems many scrapbook magazines have gone way ward. In fact, I’m not sure why, because a few of them were very popular and were a wonderful addition to the scrapbooking world.
In an earlier article, I exposed some older scrapbooking magazines that have now gone defunct. Now its time to take a closer look at scrapbooking magazines in more recent years. Creating Keepsakes My favorite, still. It has almost always had a place in the industry since I can remember.
Sketches make scrapbooking fast, period. Just choose the photographs you want on a layout and find a layout depicting that number of photos. You can choose our own papers, embellishments and other coordinating pieces to your layout, but the design is basically done for you.
Introducing the brand new, upcoming Pull-EZ ribbon holder. This little ribbon storage option boasts the ability to hold more than 200 ribbons and is designed to make getting your ribbon out, much easier than alternative methods. Let’s see how it holds up, and what other scrapbookers are thinking.
My favorite place to get inspiration is online. There are hundreds of websites that offer layout ideas and inspiration. I am addicted to sketches so finding the best sites to get great sketches was important to me. There are dozens of great sites that have sketches, but these are my favorites.