How To Scrapbook With Basic Supplies From Around The House!
Wait! Now That You Have Your Scrapbooking Supplies Ready, Then You'll Need To Know How To Start Working On Your Scrapbook Page....Let Me Show You...
Supplies Brewing in the Kitchen
Chances are that you have several things in the kitchen that can easily be used for projects as you learn how to scrap book. For instance:
♥ old recipe cards – Old hand written recipe cards add a special touch to scrapbook pages that are about cooking, family reunions or a family tree. You can even create a recipe scrapbook!
♥ brown paper bags – Cut paper bags along the seams and use them as the background for some of your
♥ scrapbook pages. The brown paper can also be used for framing photos on a page.
♥ decorative paper plates – Turn your leftover paper plates into fun easy
♥ embellishments. Cut out the designs and adhere them onto a page. Add little sequins for texture.
♥ tea bags – Brew a tea bag and let the bag dry for about a half hour. Then carefully press the bag in random spots on your scrapbook page. It will give your scrapbook page a vintage appeal.
♥ sunflower seeds – Sunflower, flax and other seeds can be used to provide texture to a page. Adhere them in groups of three in a few spots on a scrapbook page.
Supplies Tucked Away in the Closet
Supplies Readily Available from the Garage
In addition to the kitchen, closet and garage, check your junk drawer and storage room for potential supplies.
Items, such as old jewelry, gloves, magazines, confetti, old letters or cards, gift wrap and ribbon can be incorporated into your projects as you dip your toe into the world of beginner scrapbooking!