By Crystal Jeffrey Rieger
Take Your Scrapbooking Out of BoundsLife is filled with ideas, either written and unstated - and scrapbooking isn't any exception. principles are nice instructions, yet they could quick develop into barriers that stifle creativity. it is time to separate from and become independent from from the confines of normal scrapbooking to respire new lifestyles into your pages.With hundreds nice layouts that illustrate tips on how to holiday 30 universal scrapbooking "rules," separate from is sure to spark a little bit insurgent in you, and get you developing in clean new methods. Layouts illustrating how one can holiday principles like "only reliable pictures may be used" and "patterned paper needs to fit" will open your eyes to traditional principles you may now not even observe you are following, then enable you push your self to create with no limits.Dare to be varied with:Creative demanding situations for breaking the foundations within the bookStep-by-step directions for enjoyable thoughts like making customized stamps, flocking letters, growing pompoms and embossing paperMakeovers displaying an analogous layouts either following and breaking the rulesA gallery of over a hundred and twenty break away scrapbook pagesLearn how you can forget about the "shoulds" and very break free.
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These types of pages are great for avoiding the dreaded self-portrait while speaking very clearly about yourself. Supplies: Cardstock; patterned paper, rub-ons, transparency (Hambly); crochet flower (artist’s own design); chipboard shape (Everlasting Keepsakes); paper trim (Doodlebug); stamp (Zingboom); Misc: adhesive, envelope, felt, floss, paint, pen, staples YOUR CHALLENGE Create a page about something that most people don’t know about you. Make Fast Freehand Felt Letters You will need: Felt, scissors 1 Cut rectangles from felt in the approximate size of the letters you want to make.
I hope that as you become aware of the rules, try the challenges and look through the book for inspiration, you will start to create with a greater sense of freedom and find what works for you. Sure, there is a time and place for rules. But sometimes you need to cut loose so you can give yourself true creative freedom. Remember, the only “should” in scrapbooking is you should have fun! 1 chapter FABULOUS FUNDAMENTALS: The Basic Rules of Scrapbooking The basics of scrapbooking are the rules you learn in the beginning.
Clever use of a gold pen brings a bit of sophisticated shine to this neutral palette. Supplies: Cardstock; patterned paper (7gypsies, BasicGrey); stamp (PSX); metal embellishment (Anna Griffin); ticket (Jenni Bowlin); Misc: adhesive, gold stars, ink, pen YOUR CHALLENGE Incorporate small pieces of neutral patterned papers on a page with a solid background. Artwork by Ronee Parsons This page is covered in neutral colors, but it’s anything but dull. Instead of relying on color to give her page visual interest, Ronee used texture, layers and patterns—like hand-cut leaves and torn edges.