At Home: Scrapbooking With Faye Morrow Bell

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National Book Network, 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 120 pages
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Creating Keepsakes contributing editor Faye Morrow Bell shares a new, elegant approach to scrapbooking your daily life and who you are. In this beautiful hardcover, spiral-bound book, Faye shares ideas on creating pages that celebrate your daily life. From choosing color schemes to taking better photographs to writing heart-warming journaling, discover how to use a variety of fresh and creative techniques to make every layout special. Get 100 inspiring ideas to transform your scrapbook pages into warm and welcoming works of art. Faye will teach you how to: Add small but distinctive touches to your scrapbook pages. Draw inspiration from your home to create pages that are uniquely you. Answer the question, ?how do I scrapbook photographs of everyday life?? Look at the world around you as an unending source of creative scrapbook ideas. Think ?outside the box? for layout ideas that are fresh and original. Discover creative solutions to common scrapbooking problems. Create pages that reflect your personal style.

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About the author (2004)

Faye Morrow Bell One of the hottest scrapbookers out there, Faye Morrow Bell combines elements of graphic design and collage to create a style all her own. Faye is a 2003 Creating Keepsakes Scrapbook Hall of Fame winner and the author of At Home: Scrapbooking with Faye Morrow Bell (available from Creating Keepsakes). Faye has always enjoyed playing in a variety of arts and crafts. "I inherited my love of doing things with my hands from my mother. She was always sewing or knitting or gardening," Faye recalls. Faye's interests include photography, typography, calligraphy and interior design. "I feel that scrapbooking was waiting for me to discover it! All of my personal interests seem to support my work as a scrapbook artist." Faye began scrapbooking when her daughter, Tyler, was about eight months old. "John Steinbeck summed my sentiments when he said, 'How will our children know who they are if they don't know where they come from?' Scrapbooking is a way for me to provide Tyler priceless insight into her life," Faye says. Faye lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband, George and their three-year old daughter, Tyler.

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