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Advanced Techniques – Bring Your Scrapbooking to a Higher Level

Are you getting bored with the beginner tactics you learned as a scrapbooker just starting out?  Are all of your scrapbooks starting to look the same?  If so, it may be time that you began implementing advanced techniques to take your scrapbooks to a higher level.

If you’re beginning to lose inspiration for your scrapbooks, take a look at the following advanced techniques and see if it opens the door to more scrapbooking fulfillment for you:

Matchbook scrapbooksYou can show off small photos in a scrapbooking format that look like a tiny matchbook!  For instance, many parents take a picture of their child’s first day of school each year.

You can use a cover that resembles a tiny matchbook that opens up and displays the child’s school picture for that year.  Plus, you might want to include some special memories about that school year.

Use up those leftover scrapsYou can create a mosaic border for your scrapbooking pages. If you have some leftover scraps that you don’t know what to do with, just cut them up into little pieces and create a mosaic piece to add to the scrapbooking page.

Place them on a background page that’s a contrasting color to the colors you plan to use for your mosaic so that you can give the illusion of grout that would be seen in a ceramic mosaic pattern.

Add some silhouettesSilhouette cropping your photos gives your scrapbook page a new dimension that will make the page pop. By cutting close to the subject lines, you can make the picture seem real to those browsing through the pages.

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Add decorative cutsWant to make your cuts more interesting and less plain Jane? Use decorative scrapbooking scissors. You can cut different shapes into your project with triangles, corkscrew and art deco patterns.

Design your own background If you can’t find the background paper you want, then try designing your own unique pattern! Take a piece of background paper and sponge paint it with the color and shapes that you want. You can even finger-paint it if you want – get creative.

Scrapbooking can be fun for the beginners as well as the more advanced memory-keeper. Create your own projects and come up with new ideas for your scrapbooking hobby to share with others. Bring your scrapbooking creative juices to the surface and let them flow.

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