Remember This: Fresh Page Ideas to Scrapbook the Year

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Memory Makers, May 21, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Scrapbook all year long!

It's not hard to remember life's big events, like your son's birthday or your annual trip to the beach. But finding fresh ways to scrapbook these events, to commemorate them in a way that means as much as the event itself - that can be tricky!

With 120 fresh layout ideas, Remember This will inspire you to scrap a variety of creative layouts during every season of the year. With pages featuring multiple photos, numerous styles and a variety of events and activities, there's something for every scrapbooker.

Brighten your memories of each season with: Layouts expressly designed for holidays, seasonal activities and special occasions 10 fully illustrated techniques - try a new technique to add some sparkle 15 multi-photo layout sketches - capture the moment from every angle Checklists for keeping track of seasonal events - don't miss the first bloom of spring A calendar template to plan a month's worth of scrapping - create the time to scrapbook those seasonal memories Whether you're a seasoned scrapper or new to the craft, Remember This gives you everything you need to keep scrapbooking all year long.

 

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Contents

Spring
11
Summer
33
Fall
69
Winter
89
Layout Sketches
116
Yearly Scrapping Checklist
122
Calendar Template
123
Source Guide
124
Index
126
About the Authors
127
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Kimber McGray is a 2007 Creative Keepsakes Hall of Fame winner who currently works on the design teams for manufacturers including We R Memory Keepers, Jillibean Soup and Core'dinations. She is also the author of Scrapbook Secrets (Memory Makers ‘09). Summer Fullerton was a 2007 Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame winner and a 2009 Memory Makers Master. She is currently on the October Afternoon and Jillibean Soup manufacturer design teams.

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