Albums And Frames / August 14, 2018 / Perla Boone.
When you start on your first scrapbook project, the first step is asking a few questions to yourself: Why am I creating this scrapbook? What size and style of an album will I need, and what materials should I get to complete my album? It is also important that you think about the easiest and most cost-effective way to design and complete your scrapbook.
Try to follow that guide as much as possible so that you learn to be consistent, but don't stress out yourself if there are times when you cannot. Last but not the least, I recommend working on only one scrapbook project at a time. Don't put too much on your plate, because that is one surefire way to get frustrated and give up early. Scrapbooking is supposed to be enjoyable, not stressful.
Before you decide on the best album for you, check and see the many options that are available. Combining the options, colors and styles are all up to each individual's needs and likes. It is a fun process that you will not only be able to enjoy and look back on, but also something you will be proud of.
Some other supplies that you will need can be found right inside your home, like a ruler, tweezers, cotton swabs, and cookie cutters. A ruler is indispensable if you want to produce straight lines and edges, while tweezers can be used to pick up tiny items that are impossible to grab with your fingers. They are also great for precision handling while you attach small objects to your page.
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