It’s time to look back on the year, and revisit the posts that were the most popular in terms of traffic, likes, and shares. In this list you’ll find templates, tutorials, storage and organizational ideas; all things you can use to jump start your 2017 year of scrapbooking. Click the titles to go to the post.
A step by step afternoon project to make a giant peg board, including a complete list of all the supplies you will need. The finished sized of the project is 4×3 feet.
A simple method for making the Cricut cutting mat sticky again. This will extend the use of your mat so you won’t need to buy a new one as often.
Just perfect for Halloween crafting is this template for a set of tombstones from Cheekie Magpie . You’ll also find a variety of other Fall and Halloween crafting templates too.
Whether your creative space is a dedicated room or a small corner, you’ll love these drool-worthy craft room organization ideas!
Gift this gorgeous keepsake album to a new mom, so she can easily document baby’s first year. The album is made up of 12 pockets, one for each month, that can be used for journaling, and holding mementos like daily ephemera, check-up stats and of course photos.
Now that pretty much all libraries have converted to digital systems, it’s fun to be able to make our own faux library cards with the traditional pocket. These library cards and paper pockets are the perfect things to use for hidden journaling on scrapbook pages.
Here are 10 different ways you can use and make paper pockets, including templates and tutorials found around the internet.
Do you have a tiny space but lots of stuff? Get some ideas for small craft room storage & tips to get the most use out of a small space!
Looking for an affordable but pretty way to get your scrapbook space organized? Check out these ideas from One Crazy House for using cereal boxes.
Here’s looking forward to another fantastic year of scrapbooking ahead. Happy New Year!