An Easy Guide to Scrapbooking
If you want to start scrapbooking but are overwhelmed by the seemingly endless array of supplies, jargon, and techniques, this is the perfect guide to help you. Inside, you'll find tips for choosing supplies, organizing and improving your photos, and documenting your memories -- all on scrapbook pages you and your family will cherish for years to come. Chapters include Getting Started; Photo Basics; Journaling Basics; Basic Techniques; Design Basics; and Overnight Albums.
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