A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking: A Must Read for the Scrapbooking Enthusiast

Using patterned paper for scrapbooking has not always been an easy thing to accomplish and was it not for Ali Edward's second book called A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking one would not have been able to get hold of the designer secrets that are unfolded in the contents that tell of how to choose and use patterned paper on the layout.

A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking has been organized into chapters that are further classified by patterned paper type such as circles, florals, text and geometric to let the reader have easy reference to the material contained and all of the layouts have a sketch that provides the reader with instant ideas about how to translate the designs as told by Ali Edwards, for your scrapbook pages.

Embrace the fun and joy of Scrapbooking

A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking also teaches the reader how to embrace the fun and joy of using patterned paper which is not at all frightening and also know how to choose the patterned paper which puts the theme and story in best light. A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking also teaches the reader how to mix and match many different patterns for creating very cool as well as everlasting layouts and there is also information contained in the book about how to store as well as organize the paper for easy access.

This best selling book imparts enough instruction to teach the reader how to design fantastic layouts by using real design principles and it also helps to apply the basic design principles to suit individual tastes and styles. A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking brings out all the different elements together and is useful for communicating the scrapbooking vision of the scrapbooker. There are many common solutions to scrapbooking dilemmas such as knowing how to create balanced pages, fixing a page that does not meet with expectations and a lot more.

A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking also teaches how to use the present scrapbooking supplies like cardstocks, punches, ribbons, and stamps etc. as elements of design in the scrapbook pages.

There is also enough to teach design principles which can be tested on the layout and creating stunning layouts with multiple photographs is also a cinch to learn. Most importantly, A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking teaches the reader how to make a scrapbook that will effectually reflect his or her particular style and personality. This book retails at some stores for about twenty-five dollars and is a must for the scrapbooking enthusiast.