Debbie Hodge will be holding a free 12-lesson class called Where Scrapbooking Ideas Come From. The class includes 1 intro lesson, 6 lessons on design, and 5 lessons on page parts, which will all be sent to you via …

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Jill Marie Paulson of A Matter of Memories has posted a review of this design book, from a scrapbooker’s point of view. Click here to go to review.…

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This post on the Creating Keepsakes blog shows a few ideas for making scrapbook pages without photos. This technique comes in handy if you don;t have photos of an occassion you still want to record. Click here to go to …

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Debbie Hodge has written an article for The Daily Digi on achieving balance on your scrapbook pages. In it she discusses horizontal and vertical balance, how to achieve balance using “weights” as well as symmetrical and asymmetrical balance. Click here

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This article by Joanie McBride on the CK Community Blog outlines five techniques for good design. The article includes scrapbook pages by Elizabeth Kartchner and Mou Saha, and each pages is analyzed to show why the design works. Click here

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Heidi Kelley of Couture Cardstock shows off a stunning layout made using a selection of whites. Click here to go to article.…

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Zaira-Yvette Sierra of Scrapbook Latino discusses using a color scheme of black, white and one other color, as a guest post on the Creative Designs by Luisa blog. Click here to go to article.…

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Not sure how to make that very first scrapbook page? Debbie Hodge shows you how with instructions using  basic supplies and a sketch by Paula Gilarde. Click here to go to tutorial…

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Debbie Hodge discusses how to use the principle of alignments when designing a scrapbook page. In it she discusses how you can organise, group and create connections between elements on the page. Click here to go to article.…

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Read this article on the Scrapbooks and Cards Today blog about one of the most important design rules,  The Rule of Odds, and how it applies to scrapbooking and paper crafts. Click here to go to article.…

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whats essential

White space is also known as negative space, and is that part of a layout that isn’t “filled up” with elements. It doesn’t need to be white, just empty, but I chose to use white card stock for my background. …

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Kim Morgan has posted a great article about using white space in scrapbooking. Click the link below to read about it on Write.Click.Scrapbook

Write. Click. Scrapbook.: Some thoughts about White Space.…

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