The Organized & Inspired Scrapbooker

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Leisure Arts, Nov 1, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
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Creative chaos can overwhelm and frustrate scrapbookers, and this book is a dynamic tool designed to help individuals fit the hobby neatly and beautifully into their homes and lifestyles. Wendy Smedley, creative editor of Simple Scrapbooks magazine, and professional organizer Aby Garvey share expert advice and fun projects to inspire the novice to action. Tips, quizzes, and up-close looks at the workspaces of successful, productive scrapbookers will help anyone discover and embrace their unique approach to memory keeping; use this understanding to organize everything from photos and memorabilia to products, tools, and reference materials; find storage solutions that work; and surround themselves with inspiration that energizes and sustains.

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Review: The Organized & Inspired Scrapbooker

User Review  - Karen Thacker - Goodreads

One of the best scrapbooking organizational books I've read. These helpful ideas will work in other areas of your home or hobbies. Read full review

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User Review  - Christine - Goodreads

great ideas and great photos fornlots of inspiration... I have owned this book for quite awhile and I still refer to it often! Read full review


Section 1 piece by piece Page 9
Section 2 space by space Page 97
Section 3 Projects Page 163
Resources Page 174
Letter from Wendy and Aby Page 176
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Wendy Smedley is a well-known expert of new scrapbooking products, industry developments and creative innovations. She has taught scrapbookers from all over the world and represented scrapbooking on four DVDs, the popular PBS show "Scrapbook Memories", and continues to connect and inspire through her blog. She previously authored two editions of "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Scrapbooking" and was involved with "Simple Scrapbooks" since the magazine's inception.

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