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ANFSCD January :: Step by Step Scrapbooking Project

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So what’s all this about? This is the January project for And Now for Something Completely Different, a year-long project I’m leading at UKScrappers. Prep notes are always posted on the tenth of the month and the project is always posted on the twentieth… at 10:20am… with twenty steps from start to finish, and a few new things to try along the way.

If you take on this project (feel free to make it your own) and upload your layout to the UKScrappers gallery by the end of the month, you’ll be in the running for some lovely surprises along the way! (I’ve added a share widget here too, but it will be projects uploaded to the UKS gallery that are eligible. Sharing here is just for fun.)

Anyone can join in – you do not need to be based in the UK to join the forum. Join in the discussion here. You’ll find my additional notes on the project there too, so worth a look before you give it a go.

I hope you enjoy this month’s twenty steps from start to finish!

xlovesx



20 January 2012



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10 Comments for ANFSCD January :: Step by Step Scrapbooking Project

  1. Becky G Says:

    This looks great! Know what I am doing this afternoon lol! I’ve got different papers, but I am sure I can make it work :) Thanks for this Shimelle, it’s great!

  2. Jan Says:

    Love this! Although I am a little afraid of glitter… I love that your pages always look so natural. Nothing needs to be measured or lined up. Just curious – what is the name of the beautiful scripty font you used for the step-outs? It is so pretty.

  3. saycindy Says:

    Very cool. I actually can shop at home and make this one! Thanks.

  4. glee Says:

    you make it look so simple! very charming, as always. thanks for the inspo and breakdown of your how to. You Rock!

  5. Lisa-Jane Johnson Says:

    Love these papers but I always feel they need to be about space or boys etc – thanks for showing us an alternative. Thought of you the other day when I found some map fabric!

  6. Kim G Says:

    I love these step-by-step instructions…you always have BRILLIANT visual instructions. Thank you. I have this paper line and have been waiting for the right ‘boy’ pics…but I am going to use it on some pictures that I think are just ‘out of this world’. Thanks for the inspiration, time and time again.

  7. brittany Says:

    I just finished. I’ll have to take pictures tomorrow and upload them! :) I didn’t use the same papers though.

  8. ruth Says:

    I love this new feature, Shimelle, I have made a double page version of your single page and I love it, I found the perfect photos. I had these papers for a while and was a bit stuck, thank you!!

  9. Jennyl Says:

    This took me out of my comfort zone but I enjoyed making the page and love the results. Would upload but no idea how!

  10. Ann Says:

    Loved playing along with this Shimelle, especially as I already had the papers! http://mafswife.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/02/another-starting-point-challenge.html

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