You can use the colors in your photos to determine the colors of your cardstock, borders, and embellishments. Or you can try these simple tricks for finding fun color palettes for your scrapbook layouts!
paper and cardstock
Here is a comprehensive list of places to find free — or very cheap — scrapbooking supplies…
This card was for a colleague who is leaving for a new job. I have now been recruited to make a card for every event in my office! For this one, I used my Cricut machine and a Sharpie marker, in addition to colored papers.
See how I made this ice cream cone birthday card — with sprinkles! I used bright colored card stock, striped paper and my cricut machine. Matching envelope too.
Here are some ways to find free or cheap scrapbooking supplies, plus step-by-step instructions for making your first scrapbook page.
Here are some excellent — and very practical — tips for stretching your scrapbooking dollar. Save money, while unleashing those creative juices at the same time. Have fun!
Crafts like scrapbooking and card making are wonderful hobbies and a creative outlets for many, but they can become very expensive. The cost of embellishments alone can cramp your style, but here’s an idea for the do-it-yourselfer. Why not use all those fun papers, fabric scraps, and doo-dads to make your own embellishments?
If you’re like me you have sheets of rub-ons that are half-full — in the same box as the half-used sheets of stickers. Now that Stampin’ Up has rub-ons that coordinate with their stamp sets, there is a new technique using the new product.
In an effort to share some other ideas about how my work space is set up, I’m going to post a few articles that might give you some new ideas. In turn, I would love for you to share your ideas as well.
Here is an idea for a Valentine Treat bag for giving away treats. If you have a small heart punch and some cardstock, you’re ready. The best part is that it requires no stamping and can literally be done in less than 10 minutes!