Scrapbook these 10-Minute Tricks

Stacy Croninger – Digital Managing Editor

Hi everyone!

You know the saying “variety is the spice of life”? Well today I’m going to share a variety of 10-minute tricks so you can spice up your scrapbook pages. These ideas are from past Creating Keepsakes issues but are worth another look because if you’re like me, you’ve marked them to try and then forgot. So let’s take a look at a few tricks for your scrapbook layouts.

Stitching Techniques

These 10 stitching ideas from Linda Barber, found in the September/October 2012 issue,  combine machine stitching with hand-sewn stitches. From simple to more involved, these fiber-centric ideas will add warmth and variety to your scrapbook layouts.

It’s Going to be OK by Linda Barber from September/October 2012 Creating Keepsakes

Envelope Mini Album

How many times have you wanted to include more photos or journaling on your scrapbook pages? Kim Watson created this fun and easy mini album from envelopes in the July/August 2012 issue. Plus, you can vary the mini album’s size based on the envelopes you use.

Train by Kim Watson from the July/August 2012 Creating Keepsakes issue.

Washi Tape

Oh, wonderful washi tape! With all the colors and patterns it lends itself to many options on your scrapbook pages. Look at what Megan Hoeppner did on this layout from the September/October 2013 issue. If you don’t have washi tape, you’ll want some after seeing these ideas.

Boo by Megan Hoeppner from the September/October 2013 Creating Keepsakes issue.

Are you ready to try a few quick tricks on your layouts? No reason to do them all. Pick a few favorites and give it a try.

Have fun creating!

Stacy Sig

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3 Responses to Scrapbook these 10-Minute Tricks

  1. Gabriella says:

    Love the mini envelopes in the banner. How nifty!

  2. Violet says:

    Love the BOO out of washi tape – very nice affect!

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