Here is a list of ways to end scrappers block. Some people made little boxes or jars, cut these apart, and draw one out at a time and try to use it. I thought this would help for those of you looking for help for newbies to get ideas for the kinds of things that can be scrapped, or for anyone who needs a good idea to end scrappers block. I don't know who the original author is, but every time I have seen this there have been a few small differences and the list seems to keep growing.

1. Journal in your own handwriting
2. Scrap a sports event or game
3. Use some bumper crops on a layout
4. Use a black background (can be black printed paper)
5. Use nothing but cardstock
6. Use tag art on a layout
7. Scrap a holiday in non-traditional colors
8. Turn on the TV, use the first words uttered on the TV. In your layout
9. Use wood paper or regular paper that looks like wood
10. Use any other specialty paper
11. Use metallic paper somewhere in your layout
12. Use all scraps except for the background paper
13. Do a black and white layout
14. Use bright colors for a layout
15. Use suede paper
16. Use stickers in a creative way
17. Use a paper cutter
18. Use fabric flowers
19. Use glitter or a glitter pen on a layout
20. Mix patterned papers
21. Use a panoramic picture on a layout
22. Dot the i's in your title with an embellishment
23. Scrap a current event (within the past yr.)
24. Use a handwritten title
25. Print a picture on watercolor paper, tear and chalk edges
26. Do a vellum overlay over a photo
27. Chalk the edges of a torn photo mat
28. Do a spring layout
29. Make a pocket page
30. Use 1-word adjectives to describe the person in a picture
31. Use crumpled paper on a layout
32. Mix template letters for a title
33. Cut graphics from patterned paper to use as an embellishment
34. Pull out the stash of sticker letters
35. Use at least 3 photos on a page
36. Journal on vellum over a photo
37. Use colored pencils on your title
38. Use daisies on a layout (die cuts)
39. Do paper folding on a layout
40. Color block a background
41. Use the stamp you bought 2 yrs. Ago and have never used
42. Use holly leaves and berries as an embellishment
43. Convert an 8 x 11 page to a 12x12 layout
44. Journal 2 points of view for each picture
45. Use stickers for the border
46. Use colored pens on a layout
47. Embellish your page with a paper doll
48. Put your title down the side of the page
49. Use fabric
50. Use a Xyron
51. Use beads on layout
52. Use a sticker border
53. Weave a fiber behind a title
54. Use a paper doll
55. Use a die cut in a creative way
56. Do a sand layout (either in color, texture)
57. Use white as a background
58. Use a quote on a layout
59. Use at least 3 shades of the same color on a lo
60. Use something from nature
61. Use magic mesh
62. Use stickers for a title
63. Scrap any celebration
64. Do a summer layout
65. Do a house and home layout
66. Make lace edges w/deco scissors and punches
67. Use the name of a song for a title
68. Use a decorative punch
69. Use a poem on a layout
70. Do a church activity layout
71. Use only cardstock on a layout
72. Use a paper crimper
73. Use the name of a TV. Show for a title
74. Use tiny beads
75. Scrap a family tradition
76. Use a sound button
77. Dry emboss an embellishment
78. Do a color-blocking layout
79. Journal using a list
80. Use mulberry paper
81. Sew a title
82. Crop a picture in a circle
83. Do a like father like son or like mother like daughter layout.
84. Use embossed paper
85. Use dried flowers
86. Use photo corners
87. Use all pastel colored paper
88. Scrap an event that includes some sort of food (picnic, restaurant)
89. Do a heritage layout
90. Do a layout that includes toys in some way
91. Do a garden layout
92. Use magic mesh
93. Use an embellishment die cut
94. Use punch art on a layout
95. Use vellum on a layout
96. Use circles on a layout
97. Decorate 1 side of photo mat w/eyelets
98. Use the name of a book for a title
99. Do a holiday layout
100. Use a computer-generated title
101. Do calligraphy
102. Use only patterned paper on a layout
103. Do a before and after layout (diet, pregnancy)
104. Use rolled paper
105. Make and use a shaker box
106. Use the last thing you bought
107. Use something you got in a swap
108. Use ribbon
109. Use straight scissors
110. Use ready-made frame
111. Put title letters on individual tags
112. Use only paper from the scrap pile
113. Do a panoramic layout
114. C.a.s.e. A layout (other than your own) copy and steal everything - use the same colors and techniques
115. Pen stitch on a layout
116. Use stars on a layout (stamped, punched, stickers)
117. Use scrapbook glitter
118. Use pressed flowers or leaves on a layout.
119. Do paper weaving on a layout
120. Use chalk on a layout
121. Do a totally me layout using your pictures of you doing your stuff
122. Silhouette a picture
123. Do a fall layout
124. Use diamond dust paper
125. Use rubber stamps on a layout
126. Use 3 different patterned papers in the same layout
127. Use an item from nature as an embellishment
128. Find 1 item in your DH's toolbox to use as an embellishment
129. Use the word love in the title
130. Do a school layout
131. Print a photo on vellum
132. Use fibers
133. Use a prayer on a layout
134. Use charms
135. Make a quilt page
136. Dangle something from a letter in the title using (wire, raffia, string, or something)
137. Use dragonflies on a layout
138. Use a photo mat
139. Do a peek-a-boo page
140. Do a winter layout
141. Scrap an accomplishment - yours or family
142. Make and use a journaling square
143. Use a bible verse on a layout
144. Do a paper-tearing layout
145. Make a scene w/stickers
146. Use MAMBI stickers on a layout
147. Use photos from different time periods (to show change or similarity overtime)
148. Use pop dots
149. Do a nautical layout
150. Use eyelets
151. Do a step into the past layout
152. Use your favorite shirt as inspiration
153. Tear the edges of a picture
154. Rubber stamp on a page
155. Wet emboss on a layout
156. Use Debbie Mumm stickers or punch outs on a page
157. Use a ladybug theme
158. Sew or cross-stitch on a layout
159. Use watercolor pencils on a layout
160. Make a shaker box
161. Make a monochromatic layout
162. Use a photo for a template letters
163. Do an animal layout (zoo, pets, and could be people)
164. Take a layout you've done that you love, and recreate it with different colors and a different theme
165. Do a paper piecing on a page (with a needle or tool)
166. Make an embellishment w/punches
167. Use a pre-made title
168. Use a non-scrapbook related embellishment
169. Use stencils
170. Make a shadow box layout with foam core
171. Do a vacation layout
172. Journal under a lift up photo
173. Use something from the kitchen in a layout
174. Make a page that moves pop-up/pull
175. Use red, white, and blue on a layout
176. Emboss your own background paper (wet/dry)
177. Use raffia on a layout
178. Do quilling on a page
179. Shaker box title
180. Dry emboss on a layout
181. Use plaid paper for the title or for the background of the title
182. Make mosaic frames for the pictures
183. Use buttons
184. Use wood papers
185. Use black and white pictures on a layout
186. Use brads on a layout
187. Use lace
188. Dangle something from the title
189. Use computer-generated journaling
190. Use buttons on a layout
191. Do a water layout (beach, pool, pond, lake, bathtub, rainstorm, or squirt gun) anything water
192. Do an it's broken layout (toy, leg or car)
193. Use decorative scissors
194. Use nothing but printed-paper
195. Use photo corners
196. Use wire on a layout
197. Use a journaling genie or a Coluzzle shape to make a journaling square
198. Journal on a photo mat
199. Cut a title from cursive font
200. Dangle tags from photo mat
201. Tear a paper piecing and use it on a layout
202. Use a new to you tool
203. Use a template of any kind
204. Do a snow layout
205. Use Papermoon stickers on a layout
206. Use a 5x7 or larger picture on a layout
207. Pick key words in your journaling to highlight with borders to larger font
208. Make a layout w/out pictures (must have journaling)
209. Use color tinted pictures on a layout
210. Put memorabilia on a page (coins, baby bracelet, etc.)
211. Decorate the four corners of a layout
212. Use pop dots
213. Use ribbon on a layout
214. Use a keepsake pocket
215. Use your favorite knick-knack as inspiration
216. Do a mosaic layout
217. Use a pre-made frame
218. Use a corner punch
219. Scrap a patriotic page
220. Use the title only to explain your pictures - no journaling
221. Use squares on a layout
222. Use fabric on a page
223. Use twine on a layout
224. Make and use a paper piecing
225. Hand write your journaling
226. Use die-cut letters for a title
227. Cut out the letters for a title
228. Write a letter to the person in the layout
229. Do a career layout
230. Use buttons
231. Frame a picture with the same picture (cut out part of it)