Scrapbook Inspirations Reviews
Newest Review: ... I have easily enough and my pages come out looking almost as good. This is a wonderfully inspiring magazine which provides ... more
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Customer Scrapbook Inspirations Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/04/07, updated on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 205 readings)
Ever since starting a family almost four years ago we seem to have taken an inordinate amount of photos! (Well you do when they are so little and cute, don't you?) As these were all taken with a digital camera, they were all tending to languish on files on the computer, and I really wanted to do something with the best ones and put them in an album. But, the question was, what to do in order to present them at their best. Then last summer, my neighbour showed me some of her photo albums and told me she was in to scrapbooking in a big way. My definition of scrapbooking is that it's all about storing and saving your photographic memories in a creative way (much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Scrapbooking used to be a favourite pastime of the Victorians. My Grandmother was an avid Scrapbooker and I still have two of her albums,filled with cuttings from postcards,greetings card and any wrapping paper or snippet that she thought was colourful enough to keep. In years gone by I have Scrapbooked with my own children,an inexpensive hobby that can while away the most miserable of winters day. The magazine is exactly as it describes itself..Inspirational ! Very individual ideas pop up,how to make table place setting names,customised napkin rings. A recent feature has been about making a home theatre and the characters..in readiness to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/09, updated on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I have been scrapbooking for three years but sometimes I come up against "Scrappers Block" like everyone else! Having Scrapbook Inspirations to hand is often all that is needed to get the creative juices flowing again. The magazine has a bright friendly style which I thinks appeals to novices and experienced scrappers alike. There a regular features such as the challenges using sketches, a particular collection of products or a price restriction on a layout. The readers contributions fill several pages and are of such high qualityand so there is usually something to inspire a scraplift. The regular writers contribute pages using different ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10, updated on 15/04/10 (Useful, 20 readings)
I have to confess I don't buy this magazine on a regular basis but when I have no inspiration to scrap. I always find at least one great idea in this magazine to have a go at. The designs vary in difficulty and some do use expensive or hard to find embellishments but I find that I can adapt what I have easily enough and my pages come out looking almost as good. This is a wonderfully inspiring magazine which provides lots of ideas and for beginners and old-hands alike. The regular contributors are very skilful and help encourage readers to try new things all the time and offering scrapping advice. The magazine is very good quality with lovely colourful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/09 (Useful, 55 readings)
Scrapbooking has been a favourite in my life for the last few years. Ever since my auntie bought me a subscription of this magazine for christmas I have just fallen in love with scrapbooking and this magazine. Whenever i'm stuck for an idea or need help on storing all my supplies, I just take a look in this magazine and ideas just come flooding. It honestly is such a shame it only comes out once a month because I could read it everyday and would actually be prepared to pay for it. There are so many different tecniques and ideas with everything you will need to make that page. Its not filled with adverts which is so nice as many magazines these days are. When it comes ... Read the complete review
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Good, research based advice. Fun to read.
Lots of interesting articles and loads of jobs advertised
can be a bit gossipy in the news section
|World of Cross-Stitching|
Excellent instructions for beginners, plenty of projects, clear photos.
Not much variety in the projects, free gifts could be better
|The Times of India|
Too Much Social Show off
Gave me lots of ideas and good refrences for my first year essays.
Alot of copies after a years subscription.
Cheap, has some celeb gossip, ok for flicking through
Not the best celebrity gossip magazine out there, not much reading in it