Traveler's Notebook Scrapbook

Scrapbooking with Traveler’s Notebooks

I have a teeny, weeny obsession right now with Traveler’s Notebooks. BTW, they make AMAZING scrapbooks. Also called Midori Journals, most are a simple leather cover with a band inside that lets you slip blank notebook in and out. The Standard Notebook about the size of half a sheet of 8.5″ x11″ paper (actual size…

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Fun Fruit Filled Scrapbook Pages

Get ready to have some Fruit Filled days with these fun and fanciful shakers from Queen & Co. I just love the pages that they created with this brand new release.  Can’t wait to make some of these and get shakin!   This page is just too adorable. These would be great for all your…

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Make the cutest Pink Paper Purse

See how to make the cutest ever paper purse using your 12 x 12 papers. Supplies required are minimal and you should have what you need at home. Of course, if you “need” to go to the craft store and get some paper, we won’t stop ya! You will need a score board, scoring tool…

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Paper Piecing Technique

In this video from Stampin’ Up, they walk through how to take your stash of papers and turn them into “designer” papers. You can use sparkly paper or pretty patterned ones. You need paper, adhesive and a paper trimmer. Cut the strips into different widths. Grid paper makes it easier to line everything up. If…

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DIY Coasters with your Silhoutte Machine

Want something unique to give this year? Use the equipment you already have for your Scrapbooking, and make some awesome gifts. Isn’t this cute! Even if you’re new to Scrapbooking or new to your Silhoutte machine, this project should jump start you. There are four different styles of coasters that are simple to make with…

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Re-Purposed Fall Treat Box

Use this as a template and make the cutest fall treat containers. Pulled into the drive thru lately and ordered french fries? Don’t throw that box away! Save it for a template to make your own cute treat box (or ask them for a clean one…they might give you one). Use whatever cardstock you have…

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Easy non-candy Halloween Treat

Tired of paying all those dentist bills after Halloween? How about spending less on candy and giving some non-tooth decaying treats instead? These are super cute monster bookmarks. The directions are easy to follow and you should have a bunch ready in no time. Pull out all those bright and loud papers you’ve been itching…

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Photo Block Collage

Hit the craft store and pick up some blocks for this easy collage project. Turn your pictures and specialty scrap papers into a photo collage. The blocks shown here have digital images that were glued on. But you can easily use any embellishments and paper you have to make this one-of-kind display. How about giving a…

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Scrapbook Paper meets Tile

Get ready for gift giving season. That time of year is coming pretty fast. Making gifts is top of my priority list. Sometimes it’s hard to decide what to make. And then there are those who I want to give something, but can’t spend a lot of time or money. This fits the bill for…

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Transform plain letters

Take some scrapbook paper, a little time and make your own cool signs. These were made with wooden letters, but you could also use paper mache letters which would be a lot lighter.  I’ve seen them at Michael’s craft stores in different sizes. If you use the paper letters you could make a bigger sign…

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Mini Heart Album

Make this mini heart album with simple supplies and no fancy equipment needed. Grab scissors, kraft colored cardstock, and whatever embellishments and photos you want. You can even make this stand up using a “frog” (florists use these all the time to get flowers to stand up tall). You should be able to find them…

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Pumpkin Treat Box

Craft this cute pumpkin treat box from supplies you have on hand. Too adorable for your favorite hob goblin this Halloween. Fill with their favorite treats and/or toys and watch them squeal with delight. Get all the directions, equipment needed and odd’s n ends’ required to complete this project here. Click here to get everything!…

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Fall Pumpkin Card

Make this fall pumpkin card in 10 minutes. Using simple stamping techniques, you can have this card finished in ten minutes tops. Pull together all your supplies: Pumpkin stamps: preferable three sizes Background word stamp Inks: 2 different oranges, one gold and black Pigment pen: brown or black Glitter pens in orange, gold and brown…

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Easy Scrapbook Album Any One Can Make

Forget about fancy paper folding, or cutting or gluing. Pull this easy scrapbook album together in minutes. Any one can make this. Remember those file recipe holders that your mom and grandma had in their kitchen? Well , now you can turn that into a mini scrapbook album with pull out pages. This would make…

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Mummy Drink Carrier

Get ready for Halloween with this cute drink carrier. The Mummy Walks! Or in this case, holds drinks or cones of treats or even bags of treats or would make a cute holder for goodies after a kids Halloween party. Love all the black spiders and the stamped “webs”. Here is a list of the…

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Beautiful Butterfly Card

Make this butterfly card in no time flat. Using plain paper, a few tools and some creativity, you can make this card quickly and easily. Great for Mother’s Day, birthdays, even weddings, this card is pretty versatile. So, go to your secret craft room cave and get creating! Have fun creating! Team Scrapbooking Daily  

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How to Make a Baby Book

Pull out those adorable photos of your little ones and start scrapping. Here are some helpful hints on what to do and how to get started. Organizing Chronologically As with any album, you can organize your baby book in lots of different ways. My recommendation is to organize baby photos chronologically. When you open your…

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Scrapbook Template two Ways

Think outside the box with your scrapbook templates. Every one has seen scrapbook templates. Easy to follow and quick to use, templates are a great time saver. But have you ever thought about using it in different ways? The original template was at a different angle with the “arrows” going in a horizontal position. I…

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(Video) Embossing on Ribbon

Make a “bleached” look on ribbon in three easy steps. You just need basic supplies for this look. While watching this video, I have one comment to make. I think it would be helpful to tape down the edges of the ribbon to the work table surface when you stamp it. That way you don’t…

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Wall frame with photos

Scrapbooking turns into wall art. This idea comes from a 5th grade teacher who wanted to showcase her classroom students photos. Inexpensive to do but really cute, this would be fun to embellish and jazz it up. You could make one for Christmas Photos, or an all purpose Holiday one. It could be used to…

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