Here's 3 Stress Free Scrapbooking
Tips For Ravishing Pages!
Wait! Now That You're About to Learn These Tips, Then You'll Need To Know How To Apply Them On Your Layout....Let Me Show You...
♥ Use a neutral background. Beige and off-white are actually two of the most popular colors for backgrounds. By using a neutral background, it allows you to choose a color theme for each page, but as an accent. For example, I recently created a layout of my daffodils that were just beginning to bloom. I framed each photo in yellow to match the flowers and used an orange background for my journaling space. I was pleasantly surprised at how much the yellowed popped against the beige background. The backgrounds don't have to be solid. I tend to look for scrapbook sheets that give the appearance of some type of texture. You can also purchase scrapbook albums that actually have scrapbook pages with a finished off-white background. There is no need to adhere a background to the pages.
♥ Alternate between two colors. For many scrapbooks, it works well to alternate between two colors for the backgrounds. While putting together a baby scrapbook album for my niece, I alternated between yellow and green. When I started the scrapbook we weren't sure if she was having a boy or girl, but I was excited to get started on the scrapbook. Another fun idea is to use school colors if you're putting together a graduation scrapbook album. Recently a friend created a family tree scrapbook album and she use dark green and mauve for her backgrounds. It was truly a stunning album.
♥ Use either pastel or bold colors. I also discovered that if I'm going to use several colors, to stick with pastels or bold colors. Some of the backgrounds are solid, while others will have a design in them. Pastel colors work nicely for baby albums, little girls, or wedding celebrations. Bold colors work great for little boys, teens or sports albums.
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