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Takes Two to Tando
We sent two contributors gorgeous Mini Printer Trays
from Tando – we love what they made!
by Emma Stafrace
Emma steps you through a cool ‘exploded photo’ effect.
by Anna Björklund
Grab some paper bags and paint to create this vibrant and fresh mini book.
Don’t be Square
by Lousette Ashton
Lousette shows you lots of creative ways to include circles in your layouts.
Can You Colour Outside the Lines?
By Michelle Jackson-Mogford
Michelle encourages you to take your scrapping beyond the confines of the 12x12 page.
Made with Love
By Amanda Jones
Add some handmade style to your home with this pretty floral frame.
A Few Favourites
by Katy Fox
Make a cute little envelope mini book.
If You Go Down to the Woods Today…
By Emy Buxton
Take your scrapping into a whole new dimension with Emy’s amazing scrapbook quilt.
In with the Old… Foam Stamps
by Lisa Saunders
Dig out your foam stamps from the back of the craft cupboard – with Lisa’s inspirational projects you’ll learn to love them all over again.
Motivate Your Mojo
by Natalie MacDonald
Our designers share some of the different ways they get their creative juices fl owing.
by Michelle Jackson-Mogford
Our regular feature explores the use of colour in scrapbooking.
More than Words
Use our selection of quotations to kick-start your journaling or layout ideas. This month’s theme is springtime.
Our designers play with paint in this month’s gallery.
Ways with… Rub-ons
by Mahlin Wiggur
Mahlin shares some really creative and arty ideas for using rub-ons.
Scrap the Small Stuff
Scrapping isn’t just about kids and holidays – it pays to scrap the small stuff too! Our theme this issue is Books.
Odds & Ends
by Kim Woods
Mix it up! Kim makes a stunning page with leftover paper scraps and letter stickers.
Creative ways with photo layouts – this month we challenged our designers to use only standard 6x4 prints.
iScrap: Drop Shadows
by Suzy Beecher
In our regular digi feature Suzy shows you the world of difference a drop shadow can make to your digi pages.
by Kate Crane
We welcome guest art journaler Kate this month, who shares a stunning layered background technique.
Life Through the Lens
by Morag Cutts
Our regular feature on creative photography for the non-technical photographer. This month Morag looks at bringing the viewer into the photo using leading lines.
by Katy Fox
Quick and clever ideas from our DT! This month, Katy shows you that 6x6 papers don’t have to be just for cards and mini books.