The Scrapbooking Project is for everyone interested in learning more about this fun, creative and unique craft style. You’ll learn the basics like photo care, cropping, storage, scrap recovery and journaling while creating your very own scrapbook.
An advanced level project covering digital scrapbooking, mini albums, genealogy and much more is also available.
In this project, you’ll:
- Define your personal style
- Learn how to use markers, stamps, lace and more to create different looks
- Discuss basic design principles and colour theory
- Learn how to care for and preserve photographs
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Discover Your Style
There are seven different styles when it comes to scrapbooking: minimalist, colour blocking, mosaic, shabby/chic, ephemera, altered and retro. What is your style? Discover it and more through this 4-H project!