Paddle & Swim Scrapbook Page

Let’s make a scrapbook page!


Today I will show you how I made this scrapbook page from photos I took over the 4th of July. I hope you find some of the tips and techniques useful in your next layout!

I want to take a moment and thank the companies who donated some of the supplies used in this page:

Oriental Trading Company (Stencils, templates and pens)
Local King Rubber Stamps (Kayak stamp)
Tombow (Dry Adhesive)

If you make purchases from these companies please let them know that you appreciate their support of these tutorials! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!


9 Responses

  1. Thank you for this tutorial! I’m an experienced scrapbooker and love to see your tools and techniques.


  2. I totally embrace “the cheese”! I am an experienced scrapper, but never tire of watching the process other people go through for their pages. thanks for sharing.


  3. no dont stop perfect the way you are keep up the good work


  4. I really enjoy watching your videos. Not only do I learn new techniques but your videos encourage me to keep crafting since I am a timid crafter! Thanks.


  5. I’m an aspiring scrapbooker so was glad to see your process and your supplies! Keep the videos coming! Love them all.


  6. Hi Lindsay. This was great fun to watch. Between your journal and this I am going to be able to make some great pages. How about a series on ATC’s? Love those little suckers. Water coloring on them seems like a go match.


  7. love the layouts. I have been scrapping forever it seems. Even before it was popular. I would caution though not to apply adhesive over the layout.


  8. […] This week’s project comes from Lindsay Weirich, AKA the Frugal Crafter. […]


  9. Lindsay, what brand needle nose glue did you use? Thanks!


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