Family Scrapbooking: Fun Projects to Do Together

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Everyone can join in this rewarding activity—including children. Gather colorful supplies, bring them to Grandma’s, and bond over origami, watercolor tissue, colored dots, and artwork stickers. Preserve a child’s precious artwork, pictures of a first day at school, and a family vacation. Use a small scrapbook...decorated with metallic marker and stickers—as a Christmas card.

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Furgeson has been interested in art since she was a child and developed it more fully through advanced education. Her interest in layout design was put to use while operating a very successfulInterior Design firm in California. After moving to Boston, Massachusetts, and later on to Jackson, Mississippi, she became involved in designing high-end clothing art for three well-known fabric paint manufacturers.

Taylor grew up in San Jose, California, she worked in her mother Lael's interior design studio. She observed her mother's love of working with fabrics, accessories, and furniture and marveled at how her mom could make a room come alive. After working in Boston as a court reporter for several years, she decided to follow those creative impulses inspired by her mother and embarked on a new career in creative scrapbook design whe she moved to Valencia, California. There she began teaching classes at scrapbooking and craft stores, which led to becoming an in-house designer for a leading manufacturer of scrapbooking papers and supplies. Dozens of her early designs have been published in scrapbooking magazines and books.

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