Scrapbooking For The Non-Scrapbooker with Kelly Xenos

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Kelly Xenos shows that you can document your life and cherish your photos even if you are not a traditional scrapbooker. With a pocket page approach and a few simple steps, you will be saving your stories and displaying your photos in a fun and stylish way! Full Description.
Students: 9,903
Price: $9.99
Sale Price: FREE

Lessons

Lesson 1 - Start to Finish Weekly Pocket Page Spread

In this lesson, Kelly shows her process of creating a weekly pocket page spread from start to finish. She includes photos, journaling and embellishments and demonstrates how to organize and add all these pieces to a double page spread.

Lesson 2 - Telling the Stories - Journaling

The stories from the week are just as important as the photos themselves. Kelly shows how to add your written thoughts on journaling cards, directly on the photos or on fun tabs and label stickers.

Lesson 3 - Too Many Pictures or Not Enough - Photos

Some weeks you take a lot of photos. Others just a few. Kelly shows you ways to document your week whether you have an abundance of photos or not. Learn to create a custom-made insert for extra photos or customize a larger pocket page for fewer photos.

Lesson 4 - Adding Extras - Embellishing

Learn how to use fun items such as stickers, wood veneer, chipboard and stamps to tie photos together or connect a photo and journaling card.

Lesson 5 - Create Your Own Journaling Cards

Kelly uses 6x6 patterned paper pads to create her own custom-made journaling cards. She demonstrates how quick, easy and fun this is to do!

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Kelly Xenos

Kelly Xenos began scrapbooking in 2006 and has a passion for documenting her daily life using pocket pages and inspiring others to do the same. Her work has been shared through online classes, galleries and kit clubs. She is a wife to Chris, a little sister, a big sister, worker in Corporate America, commuter, blogger, reader, pizza lover and she believes every day is a gift.