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Love putting scrapbooks together, but feel like you have such little time to devote to this hobby? The following will show you how to make a scrapbook layout from scratch in under 10 minutes!
Of course when your family and friends take a look at the scrapbook layouts, they will think that you have spent endless hours on the project, but it will be our little secret.
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One of the secrets of making attractive layouts for your pages in a small amount of time is to keep the scrapbook layouts simple.
For example, choose one or two pictures to use for the layout.
Mat the photo by using a basic template, such as an oval shape or rectangular shape. Mat a square piece of stock paper for journaling. Using letter rubber stamps, create a title for the page. Cover the sides with stickers and confetti for embellishments.
Tip: Acid free is the way to go! Use acid free adhesive for your pages to prevent corrosion and preserve your scrapbook photos and pages.
Wait! Now That You Have Your Photos and Supplies Ready, Then You'll Need To Know How To Start Working On Your Scrapbook Page....Let Me Show You...
♥How to START and FINISH a layout to perfection (so no more pushing things around on a page for hours and hours).
♥How to get your creative juices flowing again so you'll NEVER experience scrappers block again!
♥How to always have the perfect scrapbook layout for every occasion!
Remember the game of tic tac toe? Make a grid by using two complementary solid colors of scrapbooking paper for the background.
You should have four squares of one color and five squares of the other color. Place a matted photo in the center of the grid and two smaller matted photos in the upper and lower square to the right. Use the upper left square for your title and the lower left square for journaling. Embellish the other empty squares with die-cuts, stickers, flowers, or other small items that you typically enjoy using for your page.