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Scrapbook How-To: Use Sequins for a Celebratory Accent

The sheer iridescent quality of sequins adds the perfect touch to Jen Jockish’s celebratory layout, Six Years from Mixed Media Scrapbooking, Vol. 1. She used sequins to bring her handmade glass of champagne to life by mimicking bubbles and the … Continue reading

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Scrapbook How-to: Create Faux Fabric

One of the great things about paper is that you can mimic the look of other materials with very little effort. A little crumpled paper adds a cozy, fabric-like touch that’s easy for you to duplicate on your own pages. … Continue reading

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Scrapbook How-to: Halloween Layout Accent

Halloween will be here before you know it! Here’s a fun layout to get your Halloween inspiration flowing. Kim Jackson created a custom accent for her Handmade Halloween layout for Scrapbooking Holidays & Celebrations from a few basic supplies.   … Continue reading

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Scrapbook Inspiration: Creative Ways to Add Sequins to Layouts

There’s more than one way to use sequins to add a little glitz to your layout. Maggie Holmes shared several ideas on her Shine layout for The Scrapbooker’s Handbook. Stitch them onto premade and handcrafted embellishments, like the patterned paper … Continue reading

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Scrapbook How-to: Cover Chipboard with Small Scraps

Don’t be shy with your pattern choices. Bold patterns like the ones Laura Vegas used on her Family layout for Scrapoboking Tips & Tricks: Paper Palooza can look fantastic together. If you’re nervous about mixing patterns, try them out on … Continue reading

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