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Scrapbooking Memories

Scrapbooking Memories No. 20-6

Without a doubt, the one-stop source of inspiration for scrapbookers with loads of innovative designs, step-by-step guides, fresh ideas and the latest scrapbooking techniques. Brimming with innovative ideas and the latest trends from regular contributors, you’ll find pages of fabulous layouts, ‘how to’ sections with step-by-step instructions, interesting new techniques and workshop secrets. Project tutorials in every issue provide off-the-page projects that will add even more dimension to your papercrafting. Check out ‘Scrapshop’ for the hottest new product releases from all your favourite brands and ‘Trend spotting’ to keep one step ahead with the latest scrapbooking concepts. Showcased work in the Gallery sections list materials, design tips and budget saving ideas to really get those creative juices flowing.

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Australia
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English
出版社:
Sunray Publications Pty Ltd
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scrapshop

ANDY & BELLE Cherish The Moment collection. For more information, visit www.andyandbelle.com.au WORDS OR WHATEVER Today, Love and Smile wood veneers. For more information, visit www.wordsorwhatever.com.au SCRAP FX Circle Weave stencil. For more information, visit www.scrapfx.com.au KAISERCRAFT Spring Bloom collection. For more information, visit www.kaisercraft.com.au KASZAZZ Rolled Rose Maker Ezy-Press die. For more information, visit www.kaszazz.com 2CRAFTY New release chipboard. For more information, visit www.2crafty.com.au DARKROOM DOOR Star and Floral texture stamps. For more information, visit www.darkroomdoor.com COUTURE CREATIONS Marriott embossing folders – Large Peacock Fans and Large Velvet Tea Lights. For more information, visit www.couturecreations.com.au WORDS OR WHATEVER Phrase wood veneers. For more information, visit www.wordsorwhatever.com.au KASZAZZ Watercolour pencils – set of 24. For more information, visit www.kaszazz.com ANDY & BELLE Investigations collection. For more information, visit www.andyandbelle.com.au 2CRAFTY Chipboard phrases. For more information, visit www.2crafty.com.au BYCHANTALVANDENBERG Fuzzy White Felt Clouds (two sizes). For more information, visit www.etsy.com/au/shop/byChantalVandenberg DARKROOM DOOR Plaid and Harlequin texture stamps. For…

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chipping away!

Whether it’s a tiny piece or something larger that you want to make into a feature, chipboard is an extremely versatile embellishment. It comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes, from ready-made titles to pieces you can use as backgrounds, and everything else that is trending at the moment in the scrapbooking world – including off-the-page items. Below are a few ways that I love to alter my chipboard, but firstly, unless I am keeping it raw, I always coat my chipboard in gesso first. This seals the chipboard and makes it less porous, which enhances the colour you’re adding, whether it’s by inking, painting or using Gelatos, mists or any other medium. Adding texture – This is my favourite thing to do to chipboard. After my coat of gesso has dried,…

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homegrown scrapbooking

Eleven years ago, I compiled a list of names and dates of lighthouse keepers stationed at Norah Head from the last 100 years for the local Lighthouse Trust’s centenary celebrations. My father, grandfather, great grandfather and great uncles’ names filled a part of this list and as an homage to my family, I was passionate about presenting this list in a professional way, but had no idea where to start. I happened upon a local scrapbooking shop that had just opened and for this crafty type, it didn’t take long before the light bulbs rang in my head and I realised this was the perfect way to display my findings. That list evolved into two albums and a large off-the-page family tribute piece. My passion for scrapbooking was born, from…

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gallery

Nature’s fireworks BY SUE PLUMB, QLD Materials: Paper – Sassafras Lass; Cardstock – American Crafts; Stamp – Date; Embellishments – Green Tara and my2angels flowers, Lovelybug Bits n Bobs felt flower and button, BasicGrey letters, Kaisercraft transparency, Burdy’s Handmade lollipop, The Crafter’s Workshop stencil, mesh, tag, butterfly, twine, felt pens, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. Narnu Farm BY ADRIANA BOLZON, SA Materials: Paper – Meg’s Garden, book; Cardstock; Punch – Leaf; Stamps – Kaisercraft, Tim Holtz Distress Paint; Embellishments – Green Tara mesh, burlap trim and leaves, Manor House Creations and Meg’s Garden flowers, Dienamics dies, studs, paint. Elegance BY MARELIZE FRISBY, WA Materials: Paper – Cardstock; Embellishments – American Crafts Thickers, Prima Marketing Inc flowers, Green Tara stem, Silhouette cut file, Scrap FX stencil, Lindy’s Stamp Gang Starburst Stain, Ranger Dylusions ink spray, texture paste, gesso. Go Aussie BY KYLIE…

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green tara showcase

Love BY TIFF FIRTH, SA Materials: Green Tara flowers, roses, vines, ribbon and trims; Paper – Parchment; Cardstock – Greyboard; Other embellishments – Heidi Swapp ephemera, Faber-Castell Gelatos, VersaColor ink, Dimensional Magic, gesso; Digital elements – Adobe CS6 software, CoffeeShop frame; Font – 1942 report. IDEAS: – Layer and stagger the lengths of textiles to create dimension. – Use plenty of Dimensional Magic to attach the stems of the floral sprays where the pink flowers will cover the shine of the glue. – Use Gelatos on baking or parchment paper, spray it with water to create a watercolour effect and press it into your prepared greyboard. Cousins forever BY MICHELLE JAMIESON, QLD Materials: Green Tara flowers, roses, vines, ribbon and trims; Paper – Making Memories; Cardstock; Other embellishments – American Crafts and Jillibean Soup letters, Heidi Swapp chipboard, doily,…

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enhancing with copics

Have you ever had something about a scrapbook page that just wasn’t working? As we know through the media, airbrushing can make soft corrections to achieve the look we want. In this article I’m going to talk about using airbrushing to make those little corrections when something goes wrong, needs to be added or to enhance elements to tie them in a little better. With most mixed-media scrapbooking, you can simply build layers to mask the things that go wrong, but sometimes it isn’t until everything is stuck down that you realise there’s an issue. This is what happened with my layout ‘A sunset walk’. I loved the design, but felt the background was taking too much focus away from the photo and beautiful die-cuts which were the features of the…