Project Life has grown grown. In this video Becky Higgins shares all that is new.
Posts Tagged ‘Scrapbooking’
Bella Blvd is premiering some new-to-them products this year. They’re selling transparencies for the first time, as well as Invisibles. Invisibles are die cut plastics with all kinds of patterns and colors.
We’ll also show some other products and projects in the video.
Get an inside view of the details and kinds of pages in the new Webster’s Pages Personal Planners, Color Crush.
There is a brand new scrapbooking company in town and it’s getting a lot of buzz. Check out why with this video.
See Shimelle explain the inspiration and concept behind her new collection with American Crafts, True Stories. Shimelle explains some cool things you might not otherwise realize about how you can use some of the products.
Let Tim Holtz introduce is brand new line of punches and tell you why they are unlike other punches on the market. See his new die cuts, as well.
We R Memory Keepers has a new tool out that allows you to customize any page protector with as many pockets (close or open) as you need! Watch the demo.
Do you have lots of photos from recent holiday events?
I took the Flexible Template from Paperclipping 181 — a design idea you can use to build single photo layouts, as well as pages with lots of photos — and I used it for two different Christmas pages.
- A two-page spread with 12 photos all the same size.
- A two-page spread with 11 photos of varying sizes.
Of course, I did it all on video so you can do it, too.
Whether you have lots of pictures that are ready to scrapbook, or just a few, you’ll be able to use the Flexible Template to get you going on your next page.
If you’re a Paperclipping Member you can watch the video now.
If you’re not, CLICK HERE to learn how you can get this tutorial right away.
I don’t want (or need) a scrapbook page to document every Thanksgiving. Do you?
How many Thanksgiving pages do I think we should have?
Enough to tell our Thanksgiving stories.
Right now I have seven, and with just two more that I hope to capture next year, I’ll have all the pages I think I need to have documented all the good stories about my Thanksgivings as a married person of 17 years — at least for now, until new stories develop.
I don’t think we need a scrapbook page for each year. Instead, I focus on the stories and the traditions.
That means most of my pages aren’t specific to any year. They tell stories that usually cover a handful of years, which I think is much more interesting and telling.
To see what I’m talking about, and to hopefully get inspired to recognize and document your own unique stories of Thanksgiving, I made a video — of course. :)
It’s in the Member’s Area.
This is a post from my 7-Day Holiday Photography Tips, which I sometimes gift to Paperclipping Members around the holidays. I wrote this with December holidays in mind, but I decided to share the food tips post for free before Thanksgiving starts!
Note: I’m not an expert photographer. But I’ve had some relative success with many of my photos and want to share what I know at a time when we most want stunning pictures.
Good food photos require basic photography skills: good composition, good (especially natural) lighting, great angles, etc. Food can be tricky, but hopefully you’ve been practicing the two previous lessons and you’ll be ready to apply what you’ve learned in a new way!
Holiday food shots can vary between close-up’s of Christmas goodies, to a plate of food on a table, to the entire banquet. The type you’re taking will determine your photo settings. Let’s talk about different types of food shots and some of the approaches you can take so you can get photos that capture the magic of holiday food. Click to read more…