Scrapbooking Recap With Tutorials And Free Templates
Welcome to Traditional Tuesdays with The Cherry On Top.
I'm on vacation so I needed a fill in. I do hope to get some scrap time in while I'm here, but I have painting to do and both boys are here. I thought I'd put this in the blog in case I didn't get the time to put something new in.
If you haven't been following all three weekly blogs, then you may want to peruse through this blog and make sure you didn't miss out on something that interests you.
I showed off several scrapbooking projects with Posh from Simple Stories. Above is just one of the layouts in a bit of project life style. Here's another entry with this collection. This is the other.
Another challenge I put out is this starburst layout. I put a digital layout on a largly traditional group page and they really loved it and asked if I'd provide a template and tutorial on how to do it traditionally. So, I did! Click on either image to get to the blog with the free template and step by step tutorial.
I wouldn't call it a mega fast and easy scrap, but I've done much more difficult. Give it a try and show us what you do.
On Saturday, I showed this for the hybrid spot. I showed off this tiny, kitty mini album. There is a full step by step tutorial on how to bind like this. It makes for very easy flipping of the pages and if you do go hybrid style, you don't have to worry about the elements falling off or marring the closure of your album.
This project can be done in under an hour! Use my Cute Cards from the PuurFect Collection for the greatest of ease and the cutest of mini albums.
My son snatched this book before I even finished. He loved it so much.
Another popular post is our mini purse album using Webster's Pages lovely warehouse box goodies. There are also several entires for this project. Type in Webster's Pages in the search field to find all of them.
Here's some more hybrid fun and what I really want to concentrate on. I design all kinds of scrapbooking goodies and I really love the pages to print. You can print as much as you like and since everything is in png format, you can even choose one element and print it as much as you like. That's what's so appealing to me about combining digital with traditional scrapbooking.
This page is actually made with printable planner inserts!
This is one of my latest layouts using my photo reel templates. I've got the best one as a freebie on last Tuesday's blog. Ya may want to go and grab it and see the other very inspiring pages you can make with these fun templates. They are a hot item in the shop!
You are getting a lucky peek at an upcoming free template and hybrid project for Saturday. I used a free birthday kit from Gingerscraps and the free template coming out on the first. I'll see you back for the finishing touches. I'm giving the template for the frame on that blog. So don't miss it!
Thanks for hanging with The Cherry! We'll be back next week with yet another fun idea using my collaborative collection, Stay magical starring unicorns and rainbows!