It seems like only yesterday we were counting down to 2010! I can’t believe how fast time has flown by, except when I look at all the fun scrapbooking I’ve seen. This year we’ve learned some fantastic new techniques, and we’ve seen creative twists on favorites from years past.
Working with tissue paper is a great way to add texture on a budget. It’s perfect for airy clouds and delicate flowers. Check out our post from earlier in the year to learn more about how to work with tissue paper.
Crackle paint is perfect for giving your layout a fun distressed look. Knowing how to get started with paint on your layouts can be a little scary though, but this post will getting you crackle-painting in no time!
Creating your own accents is a great way to save money on your layouts, and let your creativity shine. These adorable flower accents are a perfect example of how you can create something beautiful with just a few scraps of paper!
Spray ink is such a fun way to add texture, depth, and color to your layouts. Knowing which spray ink is best for you, and how to use it can be a little overwhelming though. Our spray ink review is just what you need to get started.
Erin Weed, online editor