Starting Points: Creating Meaningful Scrapbook Layouts From Whatever Inspires You
Linda Harrison, quot;Starting Points: Creating Meaningful Scrapbook Layouts From Whatever Inspires Youquot;
Memory Makers | 2008 | ISBN: 1599630265 | 128 pages | File type: PDF | 71,5 mb
Find Your Inspiration
Getting started can be the hardest part of scrapbookingbut it doesn't have to be. Starting Points shows you that inspiration for creating a scrapbook page can come from anywhere: an old photo, a conversation, beautiful architecture or even a clever ad in a magazine.
In Starting Points, author Linda Harrison teaches you how to open your eyes to all the starting points around you, then illustrates how they can lead to an attractive and meaningful page. You'll be inspired to take favorite photos, memorable notes, trendy new product and more and use them to fuel fresh new layouts bursting with personality and style.
Starting Points helps inspire your scrapbooking with:
120 unique layouts
Images of the original starting points that inspired every layout, including cute quotes from kids, receipts, vacation snapshots, patterned paper, party supplies, paint swatches, brochures and more
Tips for brainstorming unique ideasand for creating your best layouts yet
Let Starting Points inspire you to breathe new life into your scrapbooksfrom start to finish!
Summary: Starting Points
Linda Harrison is talented and gives ideas for creating layouts from Real Life, quot;Everydayquot; scrapbooking. I marked 8 layouts I'd like to try.
Summary: This book really points the way
Linda Harrison's book, Starting Points, was beyond fabulous. I bought the book because I've been thinking about taking up the hobby of scrapbooking and this book really got my creative juices flowing. The layouts are beautiful, but the journaling ideas are the real selling point for me. The author has created an exciting course in scrapbooking that will inspire a beginner to take up the hobby while at the same time offers fresh looks to motivate a more experienced scrapper. I would recommend this book to anyone who has a creative streak - or anyone who would like to develop her creativity.
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