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Scrapbook Memories Series 800
Small Stuff; It’s the little things that count; especially when you’re scrapbooking.  Our guest host is Stacy Julian of Simple Scrapbooks and she features some favorite little embellishments and albums.   Kathleen Hampton has mini cards in mini pockets. Our technology tip with Barbara Kotsos is creating custom overlays.  Glitter is the perfect little embellishment and last up Julie features pop up punches.  .
802 Scrapbook plus; Start with basics and then add your favorite embellishments.  We start out with patriotic embellishments for a tribute page.   Eyelets are a great add on, find out some new ways to use them. Laurie Smith has the first of our beginner tips featuring stickers.  Our technology tip is creating the look of Dymo tape on your computer.  And our last project is adding extras to premade album covers.

8 ½ x 11 – popular page sizes, what’s your favorite? Our guest host is Melissa Inman of Scrapbooks Etc.  with some feature pages in different sizes. Julie has a feature page – in guess what size?  Laurie’s beginner tip is all about vellum.    The tech tip  is combining digital and traditional pages. Our final page features trims on a  family photo .

804 Its in the Cards; every occasion needs a personal card.  First up we meet the winner of the  Get Ready Craft contest,   Kate Parker is  the ultimate card maker.  Paulette Jarvey  has new quick designs for cards and pages.  Barbara Kotsos shows us to create torn edges – digitally.  It’s never too early to make your holiday cards, and then we feature cards with vellum layering.
805 Paint Palette; off the palette and on to your scrapbook pages.  Our guest editor is Stacy Croninger of Paper Crafts magazine with a great painted project.  Then it’s the look of paint without using a brush. Next take a vacation with translucent bubble cards.   In our technology tip – learn how to make your photos “dreamy”.  Then create your own foam stamps for use with paint. And last up  Julie adds paint and chalk to her page.            
806 KISS – keep it simple – scrapbooking!  Scrapbooking doesn’t need to be difficult to be beautiful.  Add a little ribbon for a simple page.  Texture from a crimper is the easy way to make your pages look more difficult.   What could be easier than instant?  Our digital tip is an instant fall page.   Marilynn Oskamp has beautiful designs that only look complex. And last up   journaling the easy way with stamps
807 Paper and more paper – paper is the one basic every scrapbooker can’t live without.  Our guest host is Barbara Kotsos, a digital paper expert.   Then  Tonya Lutz creates her pages with unusual papers.  Heather is back next with  flowers in a shadow box.  Our beginner tip is new uses for vellum and on the technology tip, Barbara show how to create military designs.  Last up its Halloween with a new tearing technique.

You can never have too many Tools.   Julie and Beth introduce us to all sizes of punches.   Next is a family page featuring a circular punch.  Paulette Jarvey  can see clearly with overlays.   On a special fabulous find - see the newest tools.  Barbara Kotsos talks about archiving.  Then we have a Lynn Krucke project featuring glimmer chalk on 3 different surfaces.  Last up we have one more tool feature. Seethe latest and greatest tools for scrapbookers.


Assembly line scrapbooking; Our guest editor is Stacy Julian of Simple Scrapbooks – she has great ideas for creating multiples.  Beth shows how to use punches to create twin pages.  Laurie’s beginner tip is about using kits.  Barbara Kotsos creates a mirror image with a computer and last up a purse becomes an invitation. 


Puttin' on the Bling:  Leslie Ayres, our guest editor from Scrapbook Answers has a few new types of bling including one you might not have thought of – metal leafing.  Then let’s play a little dress up with Julie and Suzanne Fanning.  Did you know you can create digital vellum – Barbara shows you how on the technology tip.  Next a little more bling using glitter and tacky tape.  Last up it’s the ultimate glitz project. 


811 Fast, faster, fastest; Julie and Beth start out with 3 versions of the same project.  Talk about fast, Heather Lancaster makes some mini albums.  Next up its al elegant card that you can create in a snap.  Lynelle Harlow joins us for a faux stencil technique.  The tech tip is foto fusion and last up add a little texture for the first swing of spring.


Stamping; Stacy Croninger is our guest host from Paper Crafts with stamping ideas including creating resists.  Then it’s a perfect little girl page with Suzanne Fanning.  Barbara has the forum for your high school memories on the tech tip.  Lynelle Harlowe has a new way to look at stamping and stamp pads – it doesn’t even have ink.   Last up it’s a card for sweethearts using rubber stamps of course



New Ways to Display Photos; Melissa Inman of Scrapbooks Etc. is our guest editor with very creative ways to show a photo.  Heather Lancaster creates a time clock – another unusual photo display, Then Melissa is back with more great display tips.  Laurie follows our theme with a beginner tip and more easy photo displays.  The tech tip is how to retouch blemishes.  And last up fabric is another great way to display a favorite picture. 


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