I received a question the other day that I think is worth sharing. I imagine that several people have felt this same sort of apprehension about how to tackle the whole thing and make it cohesive. Here’s the actual comment:
Late to the game here, but...I bought a huge bunch of PL/pocket page protectors, and am having issues. I "thought" I'd like this form of scrapbooking, but...
HOW on Earth does one plan these pages? I've watched lots of videos about PL/pocket page scrapping, but none explain how to plan the pages. I can do one side, but then the next side... I'm seriously regretting making this purchase. :( Maybe you can explain how you plan both side of these pages!
I have a couple of ideas that I’m hoping will help this reader and others who feel this way as well.Read More
When it comes to July layouts, I can’t help but think of patriotriotic pages. As I browsed through my files, I found several scrapbook pages related to Independence Day.Read More
This year I’m challenging myself to play along with a goal for seasonal scrapbooking. I plan to scrap with the seasons this year. What does that mean? Well, for me it is easy to get motivated to create pages around the themes that I am currently thinking about. In March, that happens to be St. Patrick’s Day and spring. The twist is that I won’t only focus on those subjects in the here and now of 2019, but I will go back through my old March photo files from the past as well. It’s a fun and creative way for me to approach the never-ending dream of getting “caught up” on memory keeping.Read More
I’ve been meaning to write a post about this for awhile now because this is one thing you need to keep in mind when creating a photobook. If your photos are close to the edge of your layout, they might get cut off in the “bleed” section of photobook printing. This post does a nice job of explaining about bleed.Read More