A quick little directory to some projects you can download, watch or read, combine with some crafty stash and get to making something…all on the house.
Two digital layered templates
Page templates and sketches for digital or paper layouts, coordinating with The Sketch Collection in issue 56 of Scrapbook Inspirations Magazine.
Separated circle template
A free download (with link to tutorial notes) for use in digital or hybrid projects.
Library cards in colour
Free printable library cards and a tutorial for a reading-themed minibook.
A fabulous affirmation for you to print and display, courtesy of Tia Bennett.
A set of photo overlays to celebrate your favourite colour (or your favorite color, if you prefer).
Digital layered template
A free page template to download and use with Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, for digital and hybrid scrappers.
A minibook project that records what you love right now.
Scrap your Day
A year-long project to document one day each month in your album or mini-book, with monthly photo prompts and album ideas.
Write it Down
An ongoing project throughout February 2008. Each day has a new journaling exercise, aiming to help tell the story first then make the layout second.
Stick & Go Scrapbooking
An article on composition and process — it could help you use your stash as well as scrap a bit faster.
I Have to Confess
A minibook that documents a few things you’ve been dying to say.
One Lucky Girl
A minibook for the Fiskateers crew, highlighting the reasons why you are very lucky indeed.
This post shows you the project, then links to FiskarsTV where you can find the episode with the step-by-step tutorial for making your decorative edged scissors sexy once more.
Turn a plain little box into a keeper filled with family recipes. There’s even a recipe card to download and print to make it super quick.
DIY Crafting Album
An album to keep a record of all the crafty ventures you create, including page templates to print.
101 Things to Do with Ribbon
A silly-fun file to download, print, cut out and put in a jar…then when you realise you really do own enough ribbon to decorate the Eiffel Tower for several Christmas seasons, you’ll have plenty of ways to use it on your scrapbook pages.