Paperclipping: Scrapbooking VideosAuthor: Noell Hyman
21 Nov 2018

Paperclipping: Scrapbooking Videos

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Scrapbooking Video Tutorials

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    The Dominance Principle and Photo Groupings - Paperclipping 155 Trailer

    I’ve received some requests to share more ideas on building the foundation of your scrapbooking pages. This episode focuses on layouts with seven to ten pictures. But I didn’t share specific placement options. Instead, I share how you can use the design principle of dominance (also hierarchy), as well as all the elements of design that contribute to dominance, to help you come up with foundations and placement that works best for your own stories.

  • Posted on 19 Oct 2010

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    Handmade Books from Discarded Items - Paperclipping 153 Trailer

    Handmade Books from Discarded Items – Paperclipping 153

    Want to be less wasteful? How about more creative? I think the two go together! For today’s episode I’ll show you how you can repurpose items you would normally throw away and turn them into handmade books for journaling or collecting memorabilia.


  • Posted on 20 Sep 2010

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    [Tr] Paperclipping 152 - One Product, Multiple Ways and Styles [Trailer]

    We’ve now released this month’s first video tutorial to the Paperclipping Members. After two votes, this subject was one of the top-requested topics! Please click on the video player above to see the trailer and find out what that topic was. Or you can download the trailer here.

  • Posted on 07 Sep 2010

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    [Tr] Paperclipping 150 - Task Batch Minibooking [Trailer]

    What a relief to actually be able to finish mini-books more easily! In this week’s episode, the Paperclipping Members will find out what my new Task Batching method is, and they’ll see it in action for two different mini-books: a traditional one, and a mostly digital one.

  • Posted on 10 Aug 2010

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    [Tr] Paperclipping 149 - Repurpose Your Old Items [Trailer]

    Sometimes a product gets “old” because its intended purpose isn’t helpful for how we scrapbook — especially if the way we scrap evolves over time and we’re not doing the same kinds of things we used to do when we purchased an item.

    In this episode, which we’ve released for the Paperclipping Members, I share how I have repurposed old paper, journal spot stickers, photo corners, and raw chipboard shapes. If you’re not yet a member, you can watch the trailer here.


  • Posted on 19 Jul 2010

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