2 Scrapbooking Techniques That Are Memorable & Timeless!
One of the most popular techniques for scrapbooking is creating interactive pages. Instead of putting your scrapbook pages in plastic sleeves, create layouts that contain little surprises. Here are some fun ideas:
Journal pockets are super easy to make. You can create a pocket from chipboard, card stock or a library card pocket. As you fold the chipboard or card stock, make the back of the pocket a quarter of an inch hire than the front of the pocket. Cover the front of the pocket with decorative scrapbook paper, floral material or a large floral sticker. This simple, yet creative idea, ranks high in the new scrapbooking techniques.
Ever wanted to include a special coin, ticket stubs, a drink umbrella or some other small token in a layout, but just didn't know how to display it? Small envelopes work great for tokens.
This layout has a hidden journaling flap that pulls out (where the finger is pointing)
Simply glue the front of the envelope to your layout. Attach a die cut or an unpeeled sticker to the flap of the envelope so that it overlaps onto the envelope when laying flat. Place your token in the envelope and add a word or two to the envelope to let viewers know to peek inside. Note, it's important not to seal the envelope. You want to be able to open and close it without ripping it.
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