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Scrap City: Scrapbooking for Urban Divas and Small Town Rebels Hardcover – April 28, 2006
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The author, Paul Gambino, puts the spin of a film industry career into this book and from organization to creation, it's a unique, interesting & delightful take
on recording our adventures along the roads of life.
The book itself is gorgeous! Thick paperstock, hardcover, nearly square, brilliant color printing. The layouts vary from strikingly simple to crazy busy, with something to be gleaned from each. Studying these pages will help develop the eye of a beginning scrapper, please & inspire those already adept.
If I could have only 4 books on the subject, from what's available RIGHT NOW, I'd pick this one, The Scrapbooker's Color Palette, The Book Book and 7gypsies in Paris.
What I really like about this book is that the artists aren't concerned with being "on-trend". The lay-outs are cool and vary so much from artist to artist, it refreshes your brain after seeing the magazines where it's hard to distinuish one artist from another. The variety inspires me to do things my way and encourages me to shake things up a bit.
(Disclaimer: If in high school your main aim was to be exactly like everyone else, this might not be the book for you. But you should give it a try, you just might see something you like. :-)
Great layouts. Interesting bios on all the contributors. Funny and entertaining commentary. An adequate how-to section. Just a great book.