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Big Picture Scrapbooking Tip – Little is Big
By Stacy Julian

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Little is Big -- and here’s the deal. As scrapbookers, we sometimes make this hobby too hard. You feel behind, overwhelmed – unorganized. You have thousands of digital pictures on your computer and you’re pretty sure you’ll never “catch up!”

Start small. Realize that scrapbooks come in all shapes and sizes. Small scrapbooks are easy to create (and most importantly finish.)

Select a small group of pictures. Perhaps just 10-20 featuring someone you love over the past year. Put these together with a quote or a few lines expressing your feelings and call it good – it’s a scrapbook, and you’re a scrapbooker!
Don’t make scrapbooking harder than it has to be. You do NOT have to commit to scrapbooking all or even most of your photos in order to try your hand at a photo project.
Project: Colorful You Album and The Present
  Description/Products used:
3x3 Close to My Heart Mini Album -
KI Memories Coordinating Paper -
Bazzill Basics Mono-minis

Stacy Julian

Sponsor: Big Picture Scrapbooking

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