A couple of weeks ago I ran a Scrapbooking 101 class. I talked about
different scrapbooking styles. We looked at 4 styles: Heritage, Classic, Pop and Shabby Chic. I made a 6×6 page for each of the 4 styles. This first one shows the Heritage style. This style generally depicts historical or vintage memorabilia,and uses earthy tones. Journalling is usually more detailed and personal. I hadn’t put any journalling on this page because of the size of the page, but I don’t think it needs to say a lot either.
This is my MIL and FIL taken a LITTLE while ago. My FIL passed away 7 years ago so this is a very special photo. I have clear embossed the ‘a’, and how can you go wrong with Baroque Motifs? This set works really well with heritage pages.
Stamps: Baroque Motifs, Always
Inks: Sage Shadow, Choc Chip. Markers: Choc Chip, Creamy Caramel.
Card: Sage Shadow, Choc Chip, Very Vanilla.
Others: Clear EP, Heat Tool, Dimensionals. 1 1/4″ and 1 3/8″ circle Punch.
The next page shows a Classic Style. This is typically very simple, pages are uncluttered and generally with square or rectangular shapes. Journalling is in a simple font and embellishments are used sparingly.
This is my DD taken at California Adventures when we went to the US last year. I have kept it simple. I have just realised I haven’t put dates on either of these photos, so I will have to amend that.
Stamps: Simple Serif Mini Alphabet, Art by Design, short and Sweet.
Inks: Baja Breeze, Close to Cocoa.
Card: Urban Garden DSP, Close to Cocoa and Not Quite Navy, Whisper White, Dimensionals, 2 way glue pen, dazzling diamonds.
In the next couple of days I will show you my 2 other pages showing the other 2 styles – Pop and Shabby Chic.
I am running the Scrapbooking 101 class in June again if you missed out. For those who came along to the first one or who would like to learn more about layouts and sketches then come along to Part 2 (see my class page for details.
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