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Scrapbook Memories Series 9 (cc)

Scrapbook Memories Series 9 (cc)

Scrapbook experts, Julie McGuffee and Beth Madland, bring their own unique perspective to this ninth series and prove scrapbooking is for all ages and all different walks of life. Each program offers the latest in techniques, fabulous tips, and special guests who lend their expertise, inspiring viewers to enjoy a new world of scrapbooking creativity. Produced by KS, Inc. Closed-Captioned. Programs available on 13 DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a Best Value 4-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also see: Series 1; Series 2; Series 3; Series 4; Series 5; Series 6; Series 7; Series 8; Series 10; Series 11; Series 12; Series 13; Series 14; Series 15; Series 16


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List of Titles


1. Flat Embellishments (cc)

1. Flat Embellishments (cc)

Melissa Inman features chipboard techniques; then Barbara Kotsos has our technology tip and a quick and easy sports' idea. Suzanne Walker has a beautiful mother-daughter page. Terese White has her printer out for digital embellishments on a 12 x 12 page. Last up, Mary Norwood has Click for more


2. Digital Technology (cc)

2. Digital Technology (cc)

Our first guest is Ellen Marden with a fantastic mini-album, and it's digitally created. Then Laurie Smith is here with a beginner tip on distressing. Beth Madland presents a card using pop-up punches. Next it's the digital expert, Barbara Kotsos, turning a Word file into a jpeg. Then one Click for more


3. Die Cuts (cc)

3. Die Cuts (cc)

Heather Lancaster demonstrates monogram stationary using die cuts. Then Laurie Smith has a beginner tip for accordion folding. Suzanne Walker is here with a birthday page. And when is a die cut not a cut out? When it's done digitally by Barbara Kotsos; she'll show us letters and monograms. Last Click for more


4. Forgotten Holidays and Card Making (cc)

4. Forgotten Holidays and Card Making (cc)

First, Suzanne Walker has two forgotten holiday cards. Then today's technology tip is "cattitude"; pages with cat designs. Then we have a card featuring Friendship Day - in fact, couldn't that be every day? That is the uniqueness of this card; it can be altered for all different occasions. Heather Lancaster Click for more


5. Paper Crafts (cc)

5. Paper Crafts (cc)

Melanie Bauer demonstrates a wonderful decorative box with cards. Then Barbara Kotsos gives equal time to dogs with theme pages for pet lovers. Kathleen Hampton joins us with a collage card with vellum quotes and paper. Terese White expands our notion of paper crafting with a gift box and Click for more


6. Recipe for Scrapbooking (cc)

6. Recipe for Scrapbooking (cc)

Suzanne Walker has a kitchen bridal shower invitation. Next Laurie Smith's beginner tip is basic rubber-stamping techniques. Then Paula Hallinann has a recipe for two new techniques and tools. Next Barbara Kotsos presents the technology tip - creating a book - maybe of favorite recipes. Click for more


7. Color (cc)

7. Color (cc)

Stacy Croninger introduces a special card; change the color and change the occasion. Next, Laurie Smith has a lesson on the color wheel with our beginner tip. Then we're "in the pink" with a page created by Stephanie Barnard. Technology is next with Barbara Kotsos, cropping photos digitally. Click for more


8. Home Dec (cc)

8. Home Dec (cc)

First up, Amy Brinkman and Nancy Martines, and their home dec project is going downtown with a mini-girlfriend-album. Next is Barbara Kotsos with our technology tip, turning frowns into smiles. Then Stacy Julian shows us home dec with a style all her own. Judy Coltman introduces us Click for more


9. Craft Techniques (cc)

9. Craft Techniques (cc)

Paula Hallinan is a scrapbooker first, but also a crafter at heart; she uses paints, stamps, stencils and so many other products on her page. Next it's our technology tip with Barbara Kotsos, using a straightening tool. Then Beth Madland has a project using a new die cut machine to make fabric Click for more


10. Textured and Patterned Paper (cc)

10. Textured and Patterned Paper (cc)

Leslie Ayres creates a very unique photo frame. Then Laurie Smith has our beginner idea and tips for using patterned paper. Suzanne Walker has a page that's "pure girl." On our technology tip, Barbara Kotsos creates digital brads. Last up, Kathleen Hampton has a feature card where Click for more


11. Soft Looks (cc)

11. Soft Looks (cc)

First up is Sara Neumann with her signature look of romantic and soft designs. Next is a special beginner tip from Julie McGuffee. Then it's Melanie Bauer with a decorative journal featuring a soft palette of color. Then it's time for Barbara Kotsos and the technology tip - moving and changing Click for more


12. The Great Outdoors (cc)

12. The Great Outdoors (cc)

Nancy Martines and Amy Brinkman add the soft palette of the oudoors to a page. Next Barbara Kotsos shows us how to add texture using a scanner. Terese White is here with a page in two sizes, entitled "Ms. Lela's Class." Julie McGuffee introduces us to a new technique, featuring masking. Click for more


13. Journaling (cc)

13. Journaling (cc)

First up, journaling doesn't have to be in writing, how about sound? Sherry Cook shows us how. Then it's Laurie Smith and some beginner journaling tips. Next Julie McGuffee has a technique for creating a custom window in a mini-album. Then it's a little magic with Barbara Kotsos on our technology Click for more


Scrapbook Memories Series 9, Parts 1 - 13 (cc) (4-Disc Set)

Scrapbook Memories Series 9, Parts 1 - 13 (cc) (4-Disc Set)

A combined version of Scrapbook Memories Series 9, Parts 1 - 13 is available in a 4-Disc Set. The 13 titles are listed below.
Scrapbook Memories Series 9
1. Flat Embellishments
2. Digital Technology
3. Die Cuts
4. Forgotten Holidays and Card Making
5. Paper Crafts
6. Recipe
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