Years ago, when I saw my first scrapbook I was amazed by the beautiful design and touching phrases. While I longed to be able to make my own scrapbook, I doubted my ability, given my lack of creativity.
As a first-time scrapbooker, it can be quite overwhelming to work out where to even start.
My friend, Leonie, an avid scrapbooker, gave me some great advice. The best one being to purchase an ebook on scrapbooking to help me get started.
My first ebook was called “Everything about Scrapbooking” and it gave me some great information. The best thing was it gave me lots of tips and tricks that helped me pick up how to scrapbook quickly. It also meant that I avoided making too many mistakes, as I had clear direction on what to do and more importantly, what not to do.
As we all know, scrapbooking takes time. Learning how to scrapbook from an ebook helped speed up my learning curve. It also helped reduce my frustration – I am an impatient learner.
Since my first scrapbook, I have made many more, but I find that each time I begin a new scrapbook I need new ideas.
How have I managed to keep my creativity alive you ask? Simple. I skim through a scrapbooking ebook for inspiration.
Since my first ebook purchase, I have made a couple of more. Each one has given brilliant tips and helped me create a scrapbook even better than the last.
There is a great range of scrapbooking ebooks available. They are great for beginners or even for experienced scrapbookers who just want some innovative ideas.
If you want to have a look at all of the scrapbook ebooks on offer, visit http://www.scrapbooking-advice.com They have reviewed all of the top selling ebooks, which makes it much easier to find the one right for you.
Judy Chatsworth is a mother of two adult children and one grandchild who likes to scrapbook in her spare time in Melbourne, Australia.