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Scrapbook Memories Series 700
It’s In the Cards: Special guest host Stacy Croninger of Paper Crafts magazine joins Julie McGuffee and Beth Madland. Heather Lancaster creates gift cards in a very unique container. We introduce a new bi-weekly feature “Just for Beginners” with Laurie Smith. Barbara Kotsos our computer expert shows how to create a digital book and our last project is shaker box cards.
702 Monochromatic: Julie McGuffee and Beth Madland are joined by guest host Melissa Inman of Scrapbooks Etc. magazine. Lynda Musante creates a monochromatic palette with vellum. Our computer tip is all about colorizing for an Andy Warhol look. Julie and Beth have a very “girly” page and last up Ellie Joos uses ribbon to achieve her monochromatic style.
703 Kids Day: What could be more fun than scrapbooking pictures of your family from baby to teen? R. Lynn Baker is the author of a new book about scrapbooking not just FOR kids but WITH kids. Lori Pieper has an adorable baby project. It’s a family reunion with Barbara Kotsos and the computer. Heather Lancaster has a magnetic board for kids and even creates a keepsake page from the results.
704 Collage/Grunge: Whatever you call it, this look is here to stay – adding unique embellishments, layering and ephemera. Heidi Grace shows us a style all her own. Collage is the feature of our next project with Julie and Beth. How about creating embellishment that only looks 3D with Barbara Kotsos. Heather Lancaster creates the grunge look the easy way and last up Lynda Musante shows us how to start with textured paper for an exotic look.
705 Stress-less Scrapbooking: Stacy Julian of Simple Scrapbooks magazine is the perfect guest host for a show on stress-less – simple is the key. Beth keeps it simple too with easy and quick page layouts. On our beginner tip, Laurie Smith is back with templates. Barbara Kotsos follows our theme with downloadable designer kits. Last up what could be simpler than rub-ons.
706 Digital Scrapbooking: Barbara Kotsos the computer expert is the perfect guest host for digital scrapbooking. Not only are we on the computer but off the page with our first project. Then it’s back to the computer for unique sayings. Our computer tip is “magic wand”. Speaking of magic we show you a new album system. Last you won’t believe what you can do with just one stencil.
707 ABC’s of Lettering; First up create unique monograms in a style all your own. At a loss for letters – we’ve got a quote for you. Then Barbara Kotsos shows us how to cut out letters – on the computer. How about metallic letters with Julie and Beth. And last we create an address book with a unique lettering and binding style.
708 Fabric, Ribbon and Trim; Special guest host Paulette Jarvey joins Julie McGuffee and Beth Madland with a new look at fabric, ribbon and trim – is it really fabric? Ellie Joos introduces us to trim as the newest embellishment. Paulette is back with embellishments that only look like they came from the fabric store. Our beginner feature with Laurie Smith features adhesives – so many choices! Learn how to add texture to your paper with Barbara Kotsos and Julie shows us a lacing technique for trims.

Architecture: Stacy Croninger of Paper Crafts is here to “build” some pages from blue prints to bricks. Julie and Beth create building texture with plates. Laurie has another beginner tip – all about journaling. Learn how to scan negatives with Barbara Kotsos. Dwight Dirkman is our final guest with building tips.


It’s Transparent: Julie McGuffee and Beth Madland are joined by guest host Melissa Inman of Scrapbooks etc. They’ll discuss the next trends in clear looks from vellum to transparencies. Glitter titles and captions are next with Julie and Beth. What’s a cookie cutter doing out of the kitchen and on the computer – Barbara Kotsos has the answer. Our beginner tip is all about decorative edge scissors. And one last look at transparent with parchment and paper tole.


Lace it up with eyelets and brads: Angie Randall of Paper Kuts is our guest host. Take a new look at tennis shoes (for scrapbooking of course) with Beth. Then Angie has a special technique from the pages of Paper Kuts. Lynda Musante stacks it up on her project and Barbara Kotsos takes us on a tropical vacation. And eyelets are not just for pages, how about gift bags and envelopes with Heather Lancaster.


Off the Page: Jane Guthrie of Scrapbooking and Beyond helps take us off the page and even out of the album. She also introduces some new techniques with paint. Heather Lancaster takes us from the album to the wall. Laurie Smith’s beginner tip is for working with rub-ons. Even Barbara Kotsos joins in with memory books and frames. Last up Paulette Jarvey has a final look at “off the page”.



Mini Albums: Stacy Julian of Simple Scrapbooks joins us as guest host for our feature on mini albums – what could be simpler? Beth has a mini album for a special event. Our final beginner tips features the paper trimmer. Barbara Kotsos creates a gift book and our final feature is Lori Pieper and an adorable baby album.


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