A lot of us have technique-oriented scrapbooking supplies, but not all of us use them so much in our scrapbooking.
Does this sound like you?
It’s not because you don’t want to — it’s just that it doesn’t ever seem to fit in with your process of using pre-made fun, trendy papers and coordinating embellishments.
Am I right?
My goal all last year was to find ways to make techniques a natural part of the scrapbooking process, even when we already have lots of pre-made goodies. I even went all the way to Ranger U to get certified with them.
Here are a few quick tips:
- When purchasing color mediums, look at your favorite paper colors and choose similar ones for your mediums, rather than choosing what someone else (ie. Tim Holtz) is using for their own projects.
- When you learn and like a new technique, keep a sample of it with basic instructions. Put all your samples together so you can easily flip through them. Since Ranger U I keep mine on tags held together by a big book ring.
But how do you really start using it?
This week I want to share how you can make techniques a part of your regular process for when you DO have a great line of paper you love. I made a video that shares this process. In the tutorial I walk you through the assembly of a layout so you can see the process in action. You’ll learn a fun technique, as well.
Get more out of your paper lines after watching this video. Get more out of your inks, stains, stencils, stamps, and die cuts, too!
The video is for Paperclipping Members and is now available in the member library.
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