Username Post: assembly line scrapbooking        (Topic#1666937)
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So I really like the whole idea behind this idea. to complete pre made pages in a jif.

And although the scrap-club stuff is great - shipping adds another 30$ to any of the kits - so 50$ for the 8 page kit. :/ and sometimes it's not my favorite colors. (they really like blue over there... :P )

So I was wondering if you know of more resources or techniques that do the same thing?

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  • don1 on 08-23-17 08:40 AM
In response to Kitty_wOlf

EK used to make scrapbook templates. Each template could be rotated, flipped, a rotated again to give you 8 looks from one template.

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In response to don1

CTMH keeps it simple and their page designs are easy to follow. They're style isn't for everyone, but they do kits.

Do you have a big stash? If so, you can make your own "assembly line kits" using sketches as templates. Becky Fleck has a class on this site called "Getting The Most Out of Your Page Maps," which is a wonderful guide to making one sketch do lots of different things. It might take a bit more prep-time than just purchasing a kit, but it'll save you money and your pages will be uniquely yours.

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In response to Kitty_wOlf

I saw this method online several years ago and then I saw them at a Creative Keepsakes show this spring. I love the concept since I have a LOT to scrap but I was not crazy about using their colors, etc. And I have quite a bit of paper already so I didn't want to order their kits.

BUT, what they do have are layout cards. It is the directions to cut your own paper using their plan. There are 5 sets that download as pdf.s. Check it out at

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