My favorite mini-books are the most intricate interactive three-dimensional ones! The ones that really wow you!
But I have a few different tricks up my sleeve that allow me to finish these in just a handful of hours or two to three sittings!
Do I dare share them?
Well, maybe just with the Paperclipping Members. ;)
We’ve just released the newest episode of Paperclipping on mini-books that are intricate and stunning, or at least that create the illusion that they are intricate — though the “stunning” part is no illusion!
If you’re not a member, maybe it’s time you join us!
Before you scream “YES!” and jump on board, keep in mind that the Paperclipping Video Tutorials are very rarely step-by-step hand-holding tutorials. They’re full of concepts that work over and over again for all types of layouts and projects.
To benefit, you have to be able to apply principles, as opposed to exact instructions of what goes where.
So if you think you’re up to the task and are ready to have the concepts for why things work and how to make them work for you — if you’re willing to be an independent self-reliant scrapbooker with your own stories to tell– it might just be your time!
Click here >> Membership Information Page.
A note for those Members who have already watched the tutorial (it’s in the Member’s Area and your membership iTunes feed), these pages go in the dancer album and I used the same tactic for them that I did for the bird mini-book pages. Basically it’s that third “trick” I talked about, plus my task-batching method from Paperclipping 150.
The supplies for this book are top-notch. I’ll share as much as I can…
- Grey with Flourish paper
- White with Pink Flocked Flourish paper
- Large Polka Dots paper
- Pink Tulle Ribbon
- Pink Zebra Stripe transparency
- Black Flourish Bling – similar one here
- Black and White Zebra paper
- Flourish Bling with Roses – similar one here
- Black Winged Guitars paper
So what do you think? Are you ready for your Paperclipping Membership? Click here to learn more!