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A Charming Exchange - 25 Jewelry Projects To Create & Share - cover

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A Charming Exchange - 25 Jewelry Projects To Create & Share

Kelly Snelling, Ruth Rae

Publisher: North Light Books

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Summary

Get Inspired! 




As a scrapbooker, you can never have enough inspiration, especially when it comes to great layout ideas. So whether you're stumped for a page design for your photos or just want to relax with some great scrapbook eye candy, you've picked up the right book.  




Inside 601 Great Scrapbook Ideas you'll find hundreds of layouts to get your creative juices flowing. And because the layouts were created by over 200 scrapbook artists, there truly is something for every taste. Plus, you'll find scrapbooking tips and ideas for you to use on your own pages.  



Hundreds of never-before-seen layouts

Pages on all your favorite subjects, including relationships, everyday life, special events, holidays, kids, pets and more

Great scrapbooking tips for your own layouts



With 601 Great Scrapbook Ideas great scrapbook inspiration is only a page away!
Available since: 07/15/2008.

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