Friday, June 19, 2009

Some basic ideas for how to scrapbook your photos

What is the visual triangle? And how many embellishments are "pleasing to the eye"? I found this interesting, but keep in mind that there is no wrong way to scrapbook--and everyone has their own techniques. And if you didn't like this video....hey, it's short!


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  1. I agree with the comments made by Steph from her video for Some basic ideas for how to scrapbook your photos. She made some good points that you could follow but is important to remember that everyone has their likes and dislikes. So when you are scrapbooking for someone else try to ask them what they would like for colors, show them techniques and see if they agree. If so go ahead and start scrapping away - Have fun with it.

    Staci Jansma

  2. Staci you are so right. That's part of the reason I emphasized that there's no wrong way to scrap. Scrapbookers need to realize the most important thing is to preserve the memory, and they can learn the creative process from there if they want. Thank you so much for the comment.


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