Loisirs ARTS-Scrapbook Tips and Techniques est une compilation des meilleurs articles et colonnes de créer des souvenirs au cours des 3 dernières années. A l'intérieur, vous apprendrez à fournitures passionnantes façons novatrices d'utiliser votre scrapbooking préféré. Votre album est plus qu'un album photo décoratif. C'est un livre de contes illustré des choses qui sont importantes pour vous. Il s'agit d'une ressource, que vous êtes sûr d'atteindre pour encore et encore. Plus de 700 idées et photographies colorées et des instructions. Broché : 288 pages.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5A great all around how-to book2 mars 2006
Par Adelina Cavanagh - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am a scrapbook aficionado and dabbler in artistic expression (ie right brain stuff) to counterpose my life as a science teacher (ie left brain stuff). And I like books- lots of them- including ones on creative enterprises. This is a great book for two main reasons:
A. It has lots of tips and techniques (duh- the title!!) on the nitty gritty how-tos of scrapbooking. And not just mundane matters- but more artsy interpretations.
B. There are lots of nice photos of finished pages you can try yourself. I am more of a "see it and adapt it" type of gal when it comes to scrapping, so I like the pictures.
It's worth the money when you consider the price and the rather hefty number of pages it has. Other books are more expensive and don't have even a quarter of the amount of info this one has. Buy it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5I love it!! Great reference book!!30 juin 2005
Par J. Bennett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Of the many scrapbook/craft books I have purchased (or looked through in the bookstores) over the years, this is my absolute favorite. There are hundreds of beautiful pictures, as well as design techniques, that truly inspire and make you eager to scrapbook. It's also great for finding numerous alternative ways to use supplies I already own. You'll be reaching for this book quite often. Highly recommended!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Great Resource12 décembre 2004
Par sandy momm - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has a lot of great ideas for the tools and materials that I already have. It's much more than just LO samples (though it has tons of those) - it contains a tremendous selection of "how-to's". I'm really glad I purchased it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Absolutely Delightful for all levels of expertise29 novembre 2005
Par Susan K. Edwards - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have never been so impressed with a scrapbooking book. This one is fabulous for all levels from the beginner to the scrapbookers that have been doing it for years ... I could go on and on about how much I enjoyed this book and it is ONE THAT I WILL BE THUMBING THROUGH AND READING FOR YEARS TO COME I AM SURE ... I truly don't believe you would be disappointed if you bought it ... it is going in my (soon to be) new scrap room sitting on a very visual shelf so I can grab it whenever I want.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5Not really a book for beginners...6 avril 2005
Par V. Burris - Publié sur Amazon.com
I picked this book up yesterday at Target for around $15.00. It is the first that I have seen like it...
I am someone who likes to know what they are getting into before they go full hog into something. I figured this book would help me get some great ideas on how to use different techniques.
I don't suggest this book for beginners. I think it would be too easy to get over-whlemed by it, as I found it to be a lot to digest, even in a few quick sittings. I was a bit disappointed in the lack of visual aids the books has. I learn by watching or seeing step-by-step diagrams, particularly with things I know nothing about, like wet embossing, using chalks and inks. I found it somewhat lacking for someone who knows nothing about these things. I also found their explaination of actual products used to be lacking. They listed name brand products, but not what they actually did or a generic name for them, making it a bit more confusing for a beginner like myself.
For the more advanced scrapbooker, I think this might be a kind of "been there, done that" kind of book, with a few tips that may be helpful.
It was neat to see the three different takes on layouts and on photo choices and it was nice to see the different ways you can play wiht these things.
A bit challenging for the beginner, good for the advanced, not really needed for the intermediate and expert scrapbookers.