By Kathy Ross
Younger women have many stuff that benefit scrapbook status—photos, activities clippings, tickets, discovered items, journal articles, superstar pictures, and extra. Kathy Ross has get a hold of a few fantastic principles on easy methods to not just deal with all this fabric but in addition to make smart, glowing pages that youngsters may be proud to teach their neighbors. There are principles on find out how to create garage pages, labels, designated handwriting types, framed photographs, backgrounds, nice scrapbook covers, and plenty extra! And not one of the principles require spending any cash!
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38 printed gift boxes pencil 2. Trace around a page of your scrapbook on light cardboard. Cut the traced shape out of the cardboard to use as a pattern for cutting out page covers. 3. Cut the paper to the size of the scrapbook page. Glue the paper over the page to create a new background color. 4. Be creative in the way you cut the paper. Try tracing the page shape on acetate with the pen to make a clear pattern to use for cutting paper at odd angles. The clear pattern will allow you to see exactly what part of the picture you will be cutting out.
Cover the outside of the notebook by wrapping a piece of felt or colored paper around the entire notebook and gluing it in place. Be sure to trim the felt or paper to fit with the notebook closed, not open, as additional fabric is needed to cover the spiral binder when the notebook is closed. Let the notebook dry in the closed position. 3. To use the trim from an old hat, carefully remove the flowers and the veil, too, if it has one, and glue all or part of the decorations to the cover of the covered scrapbook journal.
Cut strips of construction paper as tall as the box and as long as the paper will allow. You will need enough strips to make at least ten sections in your scrapbook when the strips are attached and folded back and forth like a fan. 34 old gift wrap 4. 5. Use the cellophane tape to attach the strips of paper together to make one long strip. Fold one end of the paper strip so that it exactly fits in the bottom of the box. 6. Continue folding the strip back and forth like a fan so that all the sections are the same size and fit in the box.
The Scrapbooker's Idea Book by Kathy Ross