The kit you need to bring with you to one of our classes, events or crops. We are often asked what crafters should pack so here is a definitive checklist for you, covering inks, tools, materials and adhesives.
Project Life, Albums Made Easy, SN@P and even our own PocketCards have sprung from one essential scrapbooking block – no-one has the time for recording stories AND living them.
What you need to begin
• An album
• Pocket inserts
The 12 Journal (and its associated kit) are finally ready for launch: featuring, a digital journal file for you to print as you wish, digital cut files which match your pages, additional embellishment items, and exclusive video tutorials.
I often refer in instructions to a basic adhesive kit, but I realise you may not have any kit at all. So I thought I would write a quick post on my kit; both the basics and the not so necessary items.
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