If you’re still looking for a little inspiration, hear are some new SCRAPBOOKING TUTORIALS to keep you busy creating:
Oh yes, I hope everyone had a great NSD yesterday!
effect you get with this technique. This would be a fun technique to not only use for stampers, but also scrapbookers. Susan Lui did up a tutorial on making 3D "flowers." One mid-step photo is shown at left. There is lots of cutting and rolling to create a unique look to a printed flower. Susan made her example on a layout, but of course you could
also do this on a card. Marina Simakova shows a step by step tutorial on how to decorate a clear/transparent butterfly , like the one she did at right. This is from a clear shape which she embellished by stamping on it, and heating it to curl the edges. Such a great idea with a beautiful effect. Marina has lots of photos and there is also an example of a flower she made using the same technique. To see another scrapbooking tutorial by Marina, check out the jute flower also. Michelle Clement shows how to create a dimensional cut out bouquet for a layout she guest designed for Scrap Magie. Linda Albrecht shows how to recycle a tin pail and Jacki Janse van Rensburg has a tutorial on her blog on how to edit your photos before printing them, without using Photoshop. Jacki has found several online resources to help with this function. The outcome makes all the effort worth it! Nathalie Kalbach did a video tutorial for Prima Hybrid on making a hybrid layout. One of her photos is shown at left. If you are new to hybrid scrapbooking and wanting to try it out, don’t be intimidated. Take a look at Nathalie’s tutorial and you’ll see just how easy it is to make one yourself! More scrapbooking tutorial links to come in the next few days. There are so many inspiring techniques to try out! If you missed our week of tutorials we recently posted to celebrate ScrapScene’s 2nd anniversary, you can see them here: Woodgraining for Scrapbookers, Easy Stencils for Scrapbooking, Masking and Polka dots, Packing Tape Transfers and Gesso Embellishments.
are a regular feature on ScrapScene.