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May Photostrip Scrapbook Tutorial :: & Now for Something Completely Different

May Photostrip Scrapbook Tutorial :: & Now for Something Completely Different
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On the twentieth of every month this year, I post a start-to-finish scrapbook page tutorial in just twenty steps. It’s called & Now for Something Completely Different… because each month we try… something different. Amazing, I know.

This month we’re scrapbooking with a strip of photos – either from a photobooth or one you make yourself. You can find notes on the supplies needed for this project (including options for making a strip of photos) here and the final twenty-step page tutorial here.

If you give it a go, upload your page to the gallery at UKScrappers by the end of the month, as three layouts each month win a prize pack of scrapbooking goodies. UKScrappers is free to join and although it is predominantly about scrapping in the UK, you can join no matter where you are in the world and participate in any of the challenges and discussions!

Happy scrapping!


20 May 2012

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5 Comments for May Photostrip Scrapbook Tutorial :: & Now for Something Completely Different

  1. Barb in AK Says:

    Somehow I’ve missed this coming around every 20th! What a fabulous challenge. Whenever I get back to my sb desk, I will have to give this a try—- and be watching for it every time the 20th rolls around :-)

  2. Carla Says:

    I found the link via Twitter and even though I didn’t have a photo strip, I still played along. I will post a pic as soon as I can get some good sunlight :) Thanks for the inspiration, I have been missing the Starting Points.

  3. LizzieMade Says:

    Ahhh Spam Shimelle!! Catch it, kill it….

    Meanwhile… thank you for the lovely scrap page to admire. I like the photo-strip idea and I’m going to try it.
    I have made “filmstrip” pages before, using an edging punch that makes a row of holes – like the sprocket holes on a film strip – and cutting out rectangles from the card, so photos can go behind. Looks lovely. So now I will have a photostrip page to go with the filmstrip ones!
    Off to look at the Tutorial!

  4. Mel Says:

    Thanks Shim you have got me out of my creative funk and I have created a layout to be proud of:

  5. Andrea Says:

    This is awesome! I have stacks of these! Thanks for the inspiration Shimelle.

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