Scrapbooking with Interactive Pages

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Too many photos to fit on your page? You don't have to crop your photos into a pile of itty bitty squares, or create numerous pages about a single event. This video shows you how to use simple flip up page elements to add more photos and journaling to your scrapbooks. So simple, you'll want to try it!



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17 comments:

Rosie said...

great job, as usual! =)

Dawn said...

Tresa, I just love your tutorials so much. I would love to spend a day or longer with you so some of your creativty might wear off on me.Thanks so much for sharing with us all.

Cheryl Even said...

Great tutorial. I bought the Flip-Flaps but have been puttin off using them because I wasn't sure I understood the directions. Now I do thanks to you!

Sarah said...

Soooo good. especially using the 9x9 MP's on the LO. I was so silly to adhere my flip flaps direct to the page...can we say Duhhhh.
I enjoyed your tutorial a lot! Thanks so much.

Stephanie said...

wow Tresa... simply brilliant.
I have left you an award on my blog!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful tutorial as always. TFS.
Anne B

Angie said...

nice i really like your videos they are fun to watch, thank for sharing :D

Kim Burmeister said...

I am flipping out over your video! Love it! It is nice to see how these work...THANKS!

Jean M. said...

Awesome video as always. Thanks for sharing:)

Helen Onulak said...

Tresa - Great job on the tutorial! I also love using the new flip flaps with our six pocket photo storage pages.

Tonya W. said...

THese are FLIPPIN' FANTASTIC!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful ideas!

Nancy Ball said...

You soooooooooooo ROCK at this scrapbooking thing we do.....unbelievable ideas...all of the time!

Thanks you so much Tresa for your continued inspiration. Please stop on over to my blog, as I have something for you!

Joey said...

Thank you for creating an awesome tutorial! I have started playing with these and have "Invisioned" using them in my Kidz Krafts class. I placed a link to your tutorial on my blog. Check it out: joeys-scraproom.blogspot.com

Jane ... said...

THANK YOU for your super creative ideas that you share, and for your permission to share this flippin' great idea with others! I give you all the credit and am so thankful for CTMH sharing sisters, 'cause that's how I learn and grow!

Sheila said...

You make it look so simple and easy! Thanks so much for sharing the video. I wasn't exactly sure how to use the new Flip Flaps - but now I know. :) And the simple idea of adding a 9x9 page protector to the top of a 12x12 is awesome.

sandyh50 said...

That was so helpful! Thanks for your tutorial.

Kathleen said...

This is a fabulous video!! I was wondering if I could ask for some assistance in how you embed a video in your post on a blog? Thank you so much for this helpful video.

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