Title: Budget Scrapbooking for Beginners
Author: Phyllis Matthews
Book Details: Kindle Edition, 107 pages
Published: October 9th 2012
Do you love scrapbooking? Are your scrapbooks costing you an arm and a leg to create?
Budget Scrapbooking For Beginners is filled with tons of money-saving ideas to really get your creative juices flowing! Now you’ll be saving money on what is usually considered an expensive hobby. After reading this book you’ll instantly be able to produce scrapbooks at a lower cost that will look simply amazing. Imagine creating some special treasures that will be passed down through generations.
Make books from simple and easy-to-find materials that you probably have lying around the house or can get from some unexpected sources–like your own kitchen, laundry, and garage. Prepare to make some unusual shopping expeditions– like resale shops and hardware stores. These tips and tricks also help you to recycle and re-use many of the items normally destined for the landfills.
With easy-to-follow instructions and full color illustrations, you will unlock the key to making some very special and unique scrapbooks.
This book is a real treasure for both the beginning or experienced scrapbooker alike. If you love scrapbooking this is one book you’ll want in your library!
I made my first scrapbook when I was 16. A good friend of mine, who’s always been straightforward, told me she wanted one for her birthday.
After she announced it to our clique, I went to several art stores to hunt for art supplies. The entire process went on for a month and I spent more than $30. Till this day, it remains the most expensive gift I’ve bought for a friend.
Granted, I was an art club member but I didn’t have any experience when it comes to scrapbooking. If only I had Budget Scrapbooking for Beginners at that time!
I’m sure I would have had no problem making a bigger (and cheaper) one.
In the book, the author shares dozens of insightful tips on scrapbooking. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that we can use our kitchen and household items — like cereal boxes and dental floss — to make them!
Budget Scrapbooking for Beginners is jam-packed with practical information like alternative ways to make full use of junk images instead of throwing them in the rubbish chute; internet sources available for free image downloads; and beneficial tips and techniques that will surely get a nod of approval from Martha Stewart.
- I received a complimentary copy of Budget Scrapbooking for Beginners in exchange of my honest review.