Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking is a great way to have fun while preserving family memories. Today's 'scrapbookers' do more than date family photos and paste them haphazardly in albums. Time is spent gathering the stories about the people, places, and events in the photos. Capture and display your cherished memories with these titles from our digital collection.

The Busy Scrapper by Courtney Walsh

Review provided by OverDrive

You CAN scrap fast and hassle-free! Your life is filled to the brim, right? It may be hard to find time to scrapbook, but that doesn't mean filling your albums is a distant dream. The secret is to make the most of the time you do have - scrapping fast and without frustration. Packed with tips showing you how to scrap in a flash, The Busy Scrapper is a one-stop guide to efficient layouts that are fun to make. The Busy Scrapper helps you scrap fast by providing: Tips for making creative layouts quickly and easily Solutions for organizing your space Shortcuts that prevent scrapping frustration Loads of inspiring layouts from other busy scrappers With The Busy Scrapper, you can make the most of your scrapping time, and watch as completed albums begin appearing on your shelf!

Scrapbook Asian Style! by Kristy Harris

Review provided by Hoopla

Create fun and easy scrapbooks with an Asian flair! For scrapbookers tired of the same old same old, Scrapbook Asian Style! is chock full of new ideas, art, and inspiration for creating beautiful scrapbook craft. It's perfect for experienced scrapbookers who are looking for something new to try in their layouts and for beginners who love the distinctive look of Asian design or who simply want to make a splash with something special. With 150 projects from several accomplished scrapbook artists, such as a Buddha Light Switch Cover and Grandma's Origami Brag Book, this inspiring reference provides tons of ideas as well as step-by-step instructions on how to add pizzazz to layouts with Asian colors, motifs, fabrics, papers, text and brush work. Dozens of fun and exciting materials and techniques are used to give scrapbook layouts an Asian feel including rub-ons, Asian characters, Chinese seals, die cuts, pressed flowers, patterned paper, handmade paper, washi paper, fabric, letter stickers, stamping, embossing, distressing, Chinese calligraphy, paper weaving, faux batiking, journaling, origami, digital effects and more. Scrapbookers of all levels will find ideas to document and celebrate special memories and occasions including vacation, baby layouts, "all about me" pages, grandparents and grandchildren layouts, portraits, and anniversaries.

The Scrapbooker's Idea Book by Kathy Ross

Review provided by Hoopla

Young girls have many things that merit scrapbook status photos, sports clippings, tickets, found objects, magazine articles, movie star shots, and more. Kathy Ross has come up with some fabulous ideas on how to not only manage all this material but also to make clever, sparkling pages that kids will be proud to show their friends. There are ideas on how to create storage pages, labels, unique handwriting styles, framed pictures, backgrounds, great scrapbook covers, and lots more! And none of the ideas require spending any money!

Scrapbooking For Profit by Rebecca F. PittmanReview provided by Hoopla

This comprehensive guide reveals 11 paths to making money in the scrapbook market, along with the tools to do it. Every career option, business situation, and topic a scrapbook artist may encounter is covered in clear, calm, step - by - step explanations and short, easy - to - grasp chapters. Quotes, advice, and tips from industry experts; checklists and self - assessment questionnaires; convenient business forms, sample contracts, and planning tools; and amusing illustrations - plus a supportive, you - can - do - it tone - make Scrapbooking for Profit the best friend a scrapbooking entrepreneur can have.

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