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At last! Scrapbooking made simple. In this free guide, we'll break down the 5 steps on how to effortlessly make a scrapbook page so you can have a completed scrapbook layouts you can be proud of.
To help you with simplifying scrapbooking, here are the items that are necessary to get started putting together a scrapbook album:
♥ Scrapbooking albums and page refills
♥ Dies, Straight edge and patterned scissors
♥ Plain and patterned scrapbook paper
♥ Pen, markers, colored pencils (your choice)
♥ Computer and printer (If you want to print out pictures)
♥ Stickers and decorating embellishments or stamps
♥ Sheet protectors
The exact supplies you need for making scrapbook pages the easy way will depend on what type of page you want to create. Once you have everything in place, it's now time to begin turning your concepts into reality by following the steps discussed below.
The entire process is very easy, doesn't require any specialized skills, and even young children can do it. All in all, here is a breakdown of how to make a scrapbook quickly and easily.
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First and foremost, begin the process by selecting photos on the theme, idea, or event you've decided to work on. Perhaps you want to showcase a certain vacation or your child's first birthday celebration. Or maybe you want to create a scrapbook for a friend or family member. During the creation process, plan on using your photos as a narration of the theme.
Most scrapbook layouts are created in a double page spread, meaning that as you open the book, the pages on the left and right are likely to match in theme and color.
On each scrapbook page you may want to fit three or four photos because when you crowd a page, the result is not always pleasing to the eye. If your photo ideas are not going to work with the double page layout, then you can alternatively create single page layouts. You'll get a feel for this the more often you scrapbook.
Regardless of how many photos you use, keep in mind that the photos ought to go with the theme. Once you have successfully selected a suitable theme, work with the photos and do not be afraid to edit until you find the perfect match. Also keep in mind there really is no right or wrong when it comes to scrapbook made easy, as you can simply do what feels right for you.
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Once you've successfully picked the photos, the next step involves selecting a patterned paper for your background, which will not only add color to the page, but also depth. By using patterned paper, you'll be able to mirror the story that you are trying to tell with photos. Depending on the theme, look, and style, you may be able to find themed papers that will suit your every need. All in all, when selecting the patterned paper, you should select a pattern that enhances your theme.
For example, for a page of black and white photos, an elegant paper is usually the most suitable paper print. After you have selected a themed paper, you can then go ahead and select a cardstock matt or a coordinating plain paper to frame or mat the photos. It's important to note that if you have selected the double paged spread, then you can either decide to use two background papers that match or you can select two papers that coordinate.