Odd Photos for Scrapbooking

Have photos of odd items or backgrounds? They don't have to sit in your photo storage any longer! They make great backdrops for pictures or items in scrapbooking.


Take a photo of, say, a bunch of trees with no real subject (or even a subject you don't really care for anymore, great to do with those odd pictures kids take) and blow it up a little bigger than the subject matter you want to place on top. Then just mount with acid free tape, squares, or corner mounts, what ever you want to be on top. Turns out very pretty and can make a scrapbook page even more personal.

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By talpn (Guest Post)
October 10, 20060 found this helpful

Can you post a picture? I'm having a hard time envisioning this in my mind! Thanx!

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July 14, 20070 found this helpful

I have also used these type photos in a different way. For instance in a summer swimming scrapbook page.... I would cut out waves out of odd pictures of pool water.


Or on a page where there are a lot of flowers in the subject pictures I am using, I will cut diecut flowers out of odd pictures of flowers. They turn out great.

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