Scrapbook 101

Beginners can start here. Get the basics first and start off on the right foot!

Advantages of Scrapbooking at Home star
Tired of lugging all your stuff to the crops? Stay home! This topic takes a look at some of the advantages to just staying home to scrapbook.

Basic Scrapbooking Definitions star
Have you ever wondered what a “scrapper” is or does? What about a “crop?” This article will help you understand what some scrapbooking terms mean.

Five Cutting Tools for Scrapbookers star
Learn more about the cutting tools that scrapbookers use. There are five basic tools discussed - scissors, guillotine cutters, rotary cutters, slide cutters and circle cutters.

Five Types of Scrapbook Journaling star
Choose your favorite type of journaling for your scrapbook pages or try something different than normal. Having these types with you can help you not fear journaling so much.

Places To Scrapbook star
Where do scrappers do their best work? At home or away - choose your location, choose your duration - then let's have fun!

Scrapbook Adhesives star
Learn about the basics of adhesives. Types of adhesives, using photo safe adhesives and what to use when.

Scrapbook Albums star
Choosing the right album for your scrapbook is important. Discover the different types of albums and decide which will work best for your project.

Scrapbook Journaling Tips star
Journaling is one of the most important parts of creating a scrapbook. Without journaling in your scrapbook it is just a photo album. The stories and journaling in your scrapbook is what sets it apart from being just another photo album on the shelf. Check out these journaling tips to inspire the

Scrapbooking - Getting Started star
Are you ready to try scrapbooking, but don't know where to start? This article will help you get going preserving your memories.

Why Scrapbook star
Do you wonder why people scrapbook? Between the joy and the memories, there are many reasons why people make scrapbooks.

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