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I took pictures of my friends and I at a scrapbook workshop. Then I
used die cuts of scissors and cut miniature pieces of paper to enhance
the page. Since scrapping is important to me I thought it deserved
a page in my book so don't forget to take pictures of your scrapping adventures
Cheryll from West Virginia
|A Scroll for your Scrapbook!
A quick and easy to draw little scroll is great for graduation pages,
announcements and more! Of course if you aren't an avid "scrapbooker"
yet, you can always use this idea for greeting cards and other projects!
Draw a backwards "S" with an extra
curl at the ends.
From the top of both curls of your
"S", draw two straight lines the same length.
From the end of your top line, draw
a curled line that mirrors your first "S" style line.
Draw a curved line to mirror your
bottom curl and then a straight line to connect it to the bottom curl.
Draw straight lines from the tips
of your curls and you're all set!
||Oh sure, it looks easy, but with all drawing,
practice makes perfect! Try making longer or wider scrolls to include
important names and dates.
by Carolyn S. Nehring, The Head Bead, Eclectic
Etc., Inc. Beads & Supplies and publisher of Etcetera.
make sure you get permission before working!
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Creating items to sell from
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