Elise Blaha shares how she documented a recent vacation using the Project Life system. Click here to see more.…

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This post over at Paper Crafter’s Corner lists 13 reasons why you should consider participating in Paper Crafting Challenges. They also include a challenge for you to try. Click here to see more.…

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Debbie Hodge is running a series on the Get it Scrapped blog all about scrapbooking yourself. In this article she addresses ways to scrapbook your passions and interests. Her layout shown above talks about her elusive dreams & plans. …

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Susan R. Opel, the Creative Director at Paper Crafts Magazine takes you behind the scenes of the editorial process and explains how the team goes through submissions to select those that make publication. Click here to read the article on …

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This very comprehensive article by Laura Lawson addresses a number of camera conundrums you might be struggling with. She looks at  issues like aperture, white balance, ISO and shutter speed. Click here to go to the article on Florence

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Tyra Babington from Craft Swag shares where she finds creative inspiration in her daily life, and talks about the item that inspired the card she made above. Click here to read more.…

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Veronica Armstrong shares her reasons why she thinks even amateur and hobby photographers should shoot in RAW format. She shows a few examples of how shooting in RAW has helped her to save some photos. Click here to read …

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This article at Get it Scrapped is a round up of a number of infographics that scrapbookers should find useful. The one above addresses getting by creative roadblocks. Others include avoiding grammatical errors, choosing type, and color references. Click

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If you’re interested in purchasing some alcohol markers but you’re not sure which ones will meet your needs, this comparison guide by Susan Mintmire at Paper Crafter’s Corner might help. The guide compares several brands of alcohol inks based on …

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Debbie Hodge at Get it Scrapped has five tips for you to help you take more everyday life type photos as opposed to special event photos. Click here to go to the article.…

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Jean Manis has written a comprehensive article on different ways that you can organize your clear (or acrylic) stamps. She covers five different methods, and suggests varying products that you can use for each. Click here to go to …

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Are you starting scrapbooking (or any other new craft) this year? Check out this article from CraftSwag with some advice for new crafters. Click here to go to the article.…

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Katrina Kennedy from Capture Your 365 has compiled this list of 31 ideas for daily photos in December. She includes ideas on ways you can use the list. Click here to see more.…

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Mel from Mel Designs shares a variety of ways she uses patterned paper scraps other than on scrapbook pages. See part one of this series here.

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Shimelle Laine is currently running a free workshop on her blog called Camera School. She starts the series by helping you to address your specific fears about photography and suggests ways that you can overcome them. Click here to …

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