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  • n. Plural form of scrapbooker.


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  • I really am looking forward to this series. innowen on Fri, 2005-12-02 19: 39. the easiest way to adapt any of these instructions is to cut the paper to match the size of the book you want. so if you want a full 8.5 x 11 book, you'll need to get 11x17 paper. or if you want to make an index card sized book you'd need to cut paper to match two cards wide or tall. (math fails me here as to what the correct dimensions are). most of the paper i get for my books comes in 12 x 12 which is "scrapbookers" paper, which can be easily cut to match most of the sizes i work with.

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  • PLUS all the business supplies and an optional add-on for scrapbookers of the following for $50:

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  • I find progressive scrapbooking is great not only for new scrapbookers, but also for cardmakers, too since the smaller size is a similar size canvas to a card.

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  • So those of you who are scrapbookers probably know what progressive scrapbook pages are.

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  • I think it is particularly good for new scrapbookers because it demystifies the process a bit.

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  • This is such a great product for cardmakers and scrapbookers ...

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  • All things mentioned here make sense EXCEPT for scrapbookers.

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  • Sewers can use up their stashes of fabric, and scrapbookers can use up all their papers and embellishments.

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  • While I am not particularly shocked at finding this kind of stamps available to scrapbookers and cardmakers – I always wonder why we have to make the lines of difference so distinct… Of course these stamps are probably not being used by children, but by adults making things about or for children… of course, these stamps are couched in (from my experience) a predominately female dominated (although pretty conservative) hobby.


  • I realize that scrapbookers need acid free products for the long-term preservation of images, too.

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