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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Journaling Tips 1 - A Full Page

Today starts another Sunday Scrapbooking Series -- this one about journaling.  Today's pages show journaling at its simplest.  When you have a long story to tell, you can dedicate a full page to the journaling and put related pictures on the facing page.  This first page is from a Family Heritage Album.  You can see that embellishments have been kept to a minimum -- the background page serving as a border, a title, and some corner embellishments.  This next page has even less in the way of embellishments.  The journaling was printed directly onto the background page - the varigated colors of the background and the larger/fancier type for the title is all the embellishing that's really needed.

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