Add extra photos to scrapbook pages

My Scrapbook Spinner Template

This amazing Scrapbook Spinner Template was the first of my designs. Still so easy to use. I love this template. It was sold on Home Shopping Network and in scrapbook stores online and around the world. You can purchase them on Amazon.

Make one-of-a-kind handmade cards and scrapbook pages with these plastic templates. Super scrapbook template! Create fun layouts by adding hidden photos or journaling spots to any page. Simply turn the wheel to reveal the surprise in the window! This template is easy to use and comes with complete instructions on how to create your spinner, right on the template! You'll also have journaling spots, shaped windows, and embellishment placement ideas.

Template measures 12" x 12" and is made of see-through plastic with grid lines for precise measuring and placement. 3-hole drilled for easy storage in a binder. From designer Wendy Hackney Richardson.

Scrapbook, craft or bullet journal stars

Easy Stars

This Easy Stars Template makes stars so easy. There are tons of different ways to use this template. Watch this space for updates coming soon. 

 

Make one-of-a-kind handmade cards and scrapbook pages witht hese plastic templates. Easy Stars ! You will love how easy it is to add stars of all sizes to all your craft, scrapbook and bullet journaling projects using this awesome template. Simply trace around the star size of your choice, remove the template, and cut out your star. Use the red lines to guide you to making stars that are big and solid or thin strips of stars that can be layered together. Use the red guidelines to mat a smaller star in a different color that will perfectly match.

 

This template measures 12 x 12 and is made of see-through plastic with grid lines for precise measuring and placement and has 3-hole drilled for easy storage in a binder. From designer Wendy Hackney Richardson.

Make adorable dimensional butterflies easy & fast

Butterflies & Dragonflies

This Butterflies & Dragonflies Template is awesome for making butterflies that rock on a scrapbook page or for craft projects or bullet journaling. Keep a check on this page for updates with photos, videos and more on how to use this template. 

Make one-of-a-kind handmade cards and scrapbook pages with these plastic templates. Winged things! You'll love how easy it is to add springtime flair to cards, album pages, tag art, and more - all with this thrifty template! Simply trace the image onto the back of your paper, remove the template, and cut out your butterfly or dragonfly. Mix and match the different designs (try vellum and specialty papers too!). Then stack and glue only the bodies together so the wings can be raised for a three-dimensional effect. Or, simply trace onto the front of your paper and embellish with penwork, rhinestones, or brads. Draw swirly feelers onto your paper for even more dimension. Even better, you can use this template over and over again - it's perfect for papercrafters on a budget!

Template measures 8-1/2" x 11" and is made of see-through plastic with grid lines for precise measuring and placement and is 3-hole drilled for easy storage in a binder. From designer Wendy Hackney Richardson.

Just a few of my scrapbook pages

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Beautiful Day

By whatwendysaid | March 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

I love to scrapbook about our travels. I am only just learning to do digital scrapbooking. I have been paper crafting for many years now but in the last six months I have tried really hard to learn to use photoshop. I had a software by Microsoft that I used since 2016 and when I upgraded my computer this last time, sadly, it stopped working with the new windows versions. I almost took the computer back. I figured this was the perfect time to give digital scrapbooking a try since I needed something to learn on. I discovered a website where I have spend hours downloading lots of goodies that I can use to make the pages. I think learning shadows and layers is freaking hard. I will get there. For now, I am just thankful that every now and again I can create a page that I am not ashamed of. The funny thing is, I could make this page with real paper in just a few minutes. LOL I thought digital scrapbooking would be faster. NOT SO ! Does anyone have suggestions for good digital scrapbook beginner blogs or sites? Love any suggestions you may have.   Subscribe | Follow

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Little Boy, Where’d you get your britches?

By whatwendysaid | April 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

This page is my entry for this months challenge on a blog that I subscribe to and love ! The page requirements were as listed here: 1. Use orange and brown. 2. Use woodgrain. 3. Use fabric. 4. Use something with wings. 5. Use a toilet paper roll. 6. Use song lyrics in your title I met these qualifications in the following ways…. Of coarse my paper choices were orange & browns and I used my Tim Holtz inks for distressing in Orange and Brown. Then I cut down a piece of 12×12 scrapbook paper to a 8 1/2 x 11 size so that I could run it thru my regualar printer and do journalling on it. This piece of paper was a piece of brown woodgrain which was requirement number two. For the using of a piece of fabric I really had a struggle. I used to be a quilter before I picked up scrapbooking so I’m no stranger to fabric..I just hardly ever touch it now. and I dislike sewing in a major way . So, to be sure I met the qualification I used a piece of fabric to roll up and make a stem for my flower. I just laid out a piece of fabric and snipped off a circle(-ish) piece and rolled it up into a tube shape and then used my Tim Holtz Mini Stapler to hold it together. I made the little leaves using scraps from the butterfly. Next It asked for something with wings ! Yeah ! You know my new butterfly template came in handy here ! The template is now ready for purchase online at the Paperwishes.com site or fromAmazon. It was designed by me and manufactured by Hot off the Press. It is a great template and for the few dollars you pay for it I think a great investment. Butterflies are very popular on pages and it can be used to make so many different perfectly complimenting embellishments for all your scrapbook pages. I used the template as my “wing” thing for the challenge and also I made it with the unrolled piece of a toilet paper roll which was the next requirement for the scrapbook page. I just unrolled the roll by cutting thru it and mashing it down flat. It wasn’t very pretty at this point ! So I ran this piece of “toilet paper roll” thru the cuddlebug inside a folder and it came out textured. Then I used my Tim Holtz ink and ran all over the new piece of textured paper and used orange and black ink for this to further meet the challenge. I laid the Template over the “toilet paper roll” and marked it and cut it out. I used the edge distresser to run along the edges of the butterfly and then inked again with Tim Holtz inks. The part that I love about the butterfly is the antenna’s on it. When I make my butterflies I love for it to be a dimensional antenna so I am always looking for the perfect thing to use to make them and today I discovered the absolute perfect item ! I cut two pieces from a cluster of plastic flowers and it made these adorable little antenna’s ! I love em ! I cant wait to use them again and again ! I’m thinking you could dip them in some glue or spray them with sticky spray and you could make them all glittery and shinny Or you could use a magic marker and color them black. So cute !!! Just stick a sticky dot back behind the butterfly and slide them down in behind ! The final qualification was that the title be words from a song. I thought this would be harder than it actually was. I just got the new Droid phone from Verizon and it has an app on it that lets you click on it and from the push of a button you can find just about any song online for free ! You can then touch it to keep it on your phone as a full song or ringtone ! Loving the droid !!!! So I searched for Britches (hillbilly for pants) and it came back with a little folk song titled “Little Boy, where’d ya get those britches” and I knew it was meant to be ! The photo is one I snapped of my son Mikey about two weeks ago in his first pair of “Big Boy” pants…the first pair that are a size in little boys and not in the toddlers. “They look just like daddy’s pants” he said. So there ya go ! A page to enter and some cool techniques to share ! This is the link for the challenge and I gotta tell ya…its my first time entering a challenge….so if I win….I will let you know ! If I loose…I will post the page that beats me:)  http://alacartechallenge.blogspot.com/

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