This fabulous issue includes 286 must-try scrapbooking ideas, including:
- new style inspiration for layouts about your family,
- 8 cool techniques to help you "leap ahead" in your scrapbooking,
- clever ideas to scrapbook baby photos (taken recently or not),
- 5 new uses for pigment powder,
- heartwarming ways to celebrate friendship,
- easy-peasy scraplifting tips,
- and more.
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I made the flowers out of Tim Holtz Kraft Glassine paper that I colored with pigment powders:
First I used my Slice to cut flowers from glassine paper. I crumpled each flower slightly and applied pigment powders with a cotton swab (you can also use a paintbrush). I then used a heat gun on each flower to set the pigment powder. Last, I layered the flowers and added a bit of Bazzill bling to the center of each layered flower. Credit: I saw this technique done on Tim Holtz' blog
You can find a copy of the March/April issue at your local newsstand/bookstore, or you can purchase a copy of the issue from CK's online store: March/April 2012 issue. Here's a link to the online extras so you can find the contests, downloads, and techniques that compliment this issue: March/April online extras.
Linda Barber: http://milesofpaper.blogspot.com/
Scrapbook Society: http://www.lollipopscards.com/
Mou Saha: http://collagecollagecollage.blogspot.com/
Cindy Tobey: http://cindytobey.blogspot.com/
Laina Lamb: http://lifeonthelamb.blogspot.com/