Facial tissue can be a fantastic tool for scrapbook enthusiasts. This simple household item can help give your stamped images texture and color. Apply ink to your stamp and before stamping your image on the paper add additional ink to the stamp by blotting a piece of facial tissue on a coordinating color of ink and then on the stamp. Then you can repeat the process with a third color to create a multicolored picture.
The tissue inking technique works great for accenting scrapbook layouts, cards, mini-albums, etc.
I am new at this and don’t know where to start. I have lots of school photos of my daughter from various grades. Some grades I have approximately 5 to 10 of the same photo but of different sizes. How can I use these in my scrapbook? I do not want to discard of my photos but I only seem to find t
I am making a baby scrapbook for my goddaughter’s baby. I am relatively new at scrapbooking. The album I purchased has a "name plate" on the cover (I’m not sure that is what it’s called). It’s the kind that you see on the old card catalogs in libraries. I think I’m supposed to put something in
How can I safely remove old newspaper clippings that are glued in a 60 year old scrapbook - the pages are brittle, browned and musty. I would like to transfer everything to a new scrapbook, but getting the newspaper off is tedious and painstaking! Thanks!
I would like to use a piece of baby blanket as an "embellishment" on one page and a piece of baby blanket binding (the satiny edging) on another scrapbook page. How would you suggest I secure these items in place? I am wondering if there is an adhesive that you would suggest, or should I be thinkin
I am new to scrapbooking and have some questions. Do I have to use page protectors or can I not use them and have hinged archival pages with photos touching each other? This is what a friend told me to do (no page protectors).
I would like to start scrapbooking and have lots of ideas but I have some basic questions that none of the books or websites that I’ve consulted have answered. Most of the albums I’ve seen look very similar to photo albums. Does each page of the scrapbook go under a regular photo album type clear
I just finished my very first scrapbook and probably the most precious of all is my wedding album. I bought all the acid-free, lignin-free stickers, backgrounds, sleeves etc. I also printed numerous notes on regular and colored paper (office quality not scrapbook) from a regular printer with regul