What if your scrapbooks could create an experience?
For you. For someone else. For anyone looking through the pages?
I used to resist scrapbooking with a color scheme for a whole album — always looking for variety and freedom in everything. That’s now changed.
I’ve come to feel that with a hint (or more) of a whole story and bit of design unity inside our albums, the entire experience of viewing them can be greater than the sum of individual, randomly designed layouts.
Maybe you have these questions, though…
- What about the fact that photos come in a variety of colors?
- Don’t you get bored having the same colors?
- What do you do about layouts you already made before choosing a color scheme?
Let me show you inside one of my own albums and see if those still seem like barriers. You’ll see that some of these problems are not the beasts they seem, and you’ll get lots of tips for how to fix the ones that are.
It’s all in the newest video for Paperclipping members.
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