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Tags Reinvented Paperback – December 29, 2004
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About the Author
Erikia Ghumm is a former editor at Memory Makers, and has long been recognized as an innovator and top-notch scrapbook artist. During her tenure at Memory Makers, Erikia was responsible for developing many of the trends that define modern scrapbooking, including the use of embellishments, unique lettering fonts, and punch art. The co-author of Montage Memories: Creating Altered Scrapbook Pages.
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Don't get me wrong, there were some very nice tags and pages in this book. Like another reviewer, I also liked that it seemed more focused on adult themes. Another thing I liked about this book are the photos of the steps used to create some of these projects, but there almost had to be with soooo much stuff going on. There were a few pet pages, but if you don't have pets, you can easily incorporate them into "people" pages.
Even though I did get some ideas from this book, many were way too "busy" for my taste. I give this book a 3.5 stars. If you like ecclectic, busy, artsy-type tags and pages, this would be a good book. I do think that many of the pages that are too busy might be able to be toned down.
If you like altered images, you will probably love this book. If you are looking for tags with a calmer feel, I would recommend "It's All About Cards and Tags by Nancy Hill.
The book shows techniques and materials making tags from everything (cork, CDs, ribbons, slide mounts, fabric, can lids, etc.). The techniques range from stamping, distressing, altering, painting, colorizing, embossing, and other ways. Some are a bit more cluttered or funky than I'm quite ready for, but all were interesting.
Each two-page spread focuses on one technique. It shows a scrapbook page using tags, plus additional tags made in that way. Down the side of the page are step-by-step directions for using that technique.
At last I have a use for all the odds and ends I've saved up.
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