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See exactly how it’s done step-by-step with videos!
Scrapbooking videos give you the exact steps to certain scrapbook techniques and scrapbook tips. If you are a beginner scrapbooker, I’m sure you’ll enjoy these videos.
These videos are courtesy of YouTube.com and Scrapbook.tv and the wonderful scrappers who shared their scrapbooking passion with others through these videos. All these are short video clips that’s usually less than 10 minutes each.
Each video clip is packed with scrapbooking ideas, tips and techniques and they are like mini “scrapbook classes”. Except you don’t even have to step out of your house, but just watch these instructional classes from the comfort of your home on your computer.
You don’t have to stay in the “dark” or wonder anymore. Watch these videos and see how how it’s done step-by-step.
I was thrilled when I first came across these videos and I just have to share them with you. So here’s a collection of scrapbook videos I’ve assembled for your viewing pleasure. They’ll certainly add to your scrapbooking education. I learned a few things from these videos too and I’m sure you’ll pick a tip or two.
Sit back and happy watching!
- Beginner’s Guide to Basic Elements of a Scrapbooking Layout
- Beginner’s Guide to Scrapbooking Made Easy for Your First Layout
- Beginner’s Guide to Creating a Scrapbook Layout
- Beginner’s Guide to Mixing Patterned Papers
- Beginner’s Guide to Mixing Patterned Papers 2
- Learn How to Apply Rub-Ons to Your Scrapbook Pages
- Learn How to Create a Vintage Scrapbook Layout
- Learn How to Make a Square-Around Scrapbook Mini Album
- Learn How to Make Your Own Scrapbooking Glitter Embellishments
- Learn How to Make Your Own Scrapbooking Mini Album
- Learn How to Organize Your Photos with Different Organization Systems
- Learn How to Use a Scrapbooking Paper Cutter
- Learn How to Use the Crop A Dile to Set Eyelets to Your Scrapbook Pages
- Learn Scrapbooking with Sketches
- Stamping Techniques: Learn How to Use Clear Stamps