Great Scrapbooks: Ideas, Tips & Techniques

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Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Incorporated, 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 120 pages
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Scrapbooking -- the craft of family history -- is enjoying tremendous popularity. Memory Makers' Great Scrapbooks is designed for scrapbookers of all ages and levels of expertise. It features more than 90 exciting scrapbook pages, all in full color and arranged by theme (weddings, baby books, school, pets, vacation, seasons, heritage albums, holiday albums), along with dozens of tips on how to re-create the pages. It includes easy-to-learn step-by-step techniques for crafting special effects, from pop-ups to puzzles, mosaics to kaleidoscopes, and even a holiday gingerbread house. An illustrated glossary of scrapbooking techniques, such as using punches or creating templates, features definitions of terms along with capsule information on the process.

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Contents

Paper Piercing
26
Photo Kaleidoscopes
46
Gingerbread House
104
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Michele Gerbrandt, founder & editorial director of "Memory Makers" magazine - the first source for scrapbook ideas - is a dedicated scrapbooker who travels the country demonstrating the joy of experimenting with cropping, color, matting & placing photos on a page.

Judith Durant is the editor of the best-selling One-Skein knitting books and the author of "Never Knit Your Man a Sweater* (*unless you've got the ring!)". She is also a founding editor of "Interweave Knits" magazine and a contributor to "Interweave Knits, Beadwork", and "Piecework" magazines.

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