Scrapbooking Paper Punch

February 9, 2006 by  
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storage shock. What use?

I've been accumulating blows my scrapbook and more can my small container of Joann. Them are simply too big for her. I can not find other is transparent plastic containers on a shelf. I am currently using the container on the link below. The last two shots are taller and heavier and gives the holder if picked up by the handle. I have to be able to put them on a standard platform, but the top is close to not kill with a blow down (which are stored in the first 2 radios). Suggestions please! Http: / /

shoe storage bag, which goes to the door or hangs well in the closet. They have seen through his pockets and are perfect for storing and blows other paper craft supplies.

sure way to make your scrapbook pages pop with the conglomerate

Everyone seems to be present. It is more scrapbook pages, crafts and decoration of the house itself! So what is this rage about? What is the agglomerate ?! If you use chipboard all the time, you know how it can be fantastic. But some of us begin to see their amazing uses. I love chipboard because it is inexpensive, easy to use, versatile and a quick way to add spice to the texture your efforts and scrapbooking!

Before going into details, I wanted to explain a little what the plywood is for those who have never used. Particle board is mainly based on the fiber thick paper, usually made of recycled paper. It is the "naked" is the color of brown cardboard, we have all seen. If you have not used chipboard before, you probably still at home. It has been used for years as a support the spiral notebooks and other notes or piles of paper.

If you have not gathered around the house, many shops have leaves album cuts that are free (paper packaging in general met them to avoid damaging the paper when sending and it is often rejected). Other stores have caught rabies and will be charged 10-25 cents for a sheet of plywood. Anyway, it is very cheap!

So now you have your plywood - What with him? Here are some good ways to use it to make your pages pop!

1. Make letters or numbers with chipboard embellishments. Use a template or a cutting machine. I also print my word or phrase in size and font I want from my team. Then put the printed paper on plywood and press hard on the outside of each letter with a pencil or pen, to print on chipboard. Then just cut. You can also purchase and cut the letters just for the painting or stamp, tie on a ribbon, and voila - instant ornament! And for the scrapbooker in poor condition, you may obtain agglomerate letters / numbers that are already decorated for you.

2. Create a decorative element of a cluster of this type. Making a chipboard flowers and cover with paint crafts and a metal in the center Brad to give it a perfect flower. My favorite is to make chipboard tags to add my papers or projects. I Cover with paper scrapbook mine and distress the edges. Once you open a hole in the top and add a cord or ribbon, this cute little addition to your page certainly stand out! You can also donate tags like that. I also attached labels conglomerate baskets or boxes. They are the most surprising labels for storage.

3. Mats or photo frames really stand out when it is made of plywood. I like the difference in size which gives a cluster plan page. Particle board help your photos stand out too. Add eyelets or brads and rub ons even to this addendum one page.

4. If you do your daily block of plywood, which is sure to make these particular words on your page. Add write few lines or, better still, from the outside and write in a square or a circle of rotation of blocks on the fly. This will also block more interesting day.

5. To add a little more flavor to any form of chipboard letters:

To change-painted or printed, some sand, paint with crackle medium and cover the barrel mod.

-Tie or tape or staple your chipboard

Croquet-glue or tape around the edge of the form.

-Mix and match the letters of the conglomerate of various styles of fashion title

Make tile relief designs agglomerated agglomerated in places - Visit this site to get an idea cute!

Chipboard can be an incredible product for beginners and the experienced scrapbooker. I hope you take the time to use this new trend scrapbooking.

About the Author

Robin M. King is a photographer and long-time scrapbooker. She is a contributer to, a comparison shopping tool for scrapbooking supplies. Read her ScrapBlog and “Ask Robin” questions.


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