Scrapbooking How To Book Hardcover by Sarah Beaman Projects Techniques blm

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Scrapbooking How To Book with 100 Techniques & 25 projects by Sarah Beaman. Unique hardcover with 144 pages of techniques;

covers & pages
decorating backgrounds
decorating edges
preparing photos
sticking & fixing
creating text
thread, buttons & fabrics
accents & embellishments
loose memorabilia

PROJECTS; vacations, baby memories, childhood memories, romantic memories, family memories, motifs & Mottoes.

This book is like new perfect and the copyright is 2005 & sold for $29.95. Sarah Beaman trained as a fashion designer and has an interest in crafting also.

The book is 11" high x 8 1/2"

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