Scrapbooking Ideas for Speeding Up Title Work and Embellishing

If you’re going to be an efficient scrapbooker (and efficiency IS often motivating because of all you can get done), you need a toolkit of speedy approaches to the page. A great way to organize this “toolkit” is by page part (i.e., speedy photo approaches, embellishment approaches, title approaches, and journaling approaches). Today, our Creative Team shows you… Read More »

Wrestling: This is Life

Hello! Susie here today, and I am sharing a layout featuring the Noir ColorWays Collection. It has become my favorite go-to collection for sports layouts! My boys were both wrestlers, and the grungy feel of the papers is perfect because it reminds me of the endless weekends we spent in stinky gyms waiting for matches!   The use… Read More »

Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #103

This free scrapbook page template and sketch comes from a page made by Noell Hyman for the  class in the Get It Scrapped Membership, where members have access to a library of over 100 layered templates and page sketches, searchable by # of photos and layout type. Its fun use of journal cards and labels offer every opportunity to… Read More »

Carefree Summer Days at the Lake!

Hello everyone, Laura here! Who doesn’t love carefree summer days at the lake? Better yet is the Paper House At the Lake collection, perfect for scrapping these memories!   The papers tell most of the story—they have such beautiful detail, which makes for quick and easy layouts! The At the Lake cardstock stickers that coordinate with this collection… Read More »

September PageMaps sketches

Hey, it’s September! Stop by and download the newest set of 10 sketches, and check out the beautiful sample pages created by our talented Design Team and special guests Revista RL Scrap from Mexico City! Their pages are so bright and vivid, and are sure to inspire and make you want to drop everything and scrap! Here’s just… Read More »

Ideas for “Bookending” Your Two-Page Scrapbook Layout Designs

In the recent GIS membership class Loving the Double Wide we saw several of our contributing teachers “bracketing” their two-page compositions. Specifically, they used elements at far left and far right of the two-page spread like bookends to contain and even ground the grouping. Our Creative Team uses ideas shared in that class on their two-pagers here. Katie Scott… Read More »