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Been away for you birthday? Well, why not record all of your photos and souvenirs in a scrapbooking layout? We love the simplicity of this one perfect if you are a scrapbooking beginner as well. Play around with washi tape to make little flags on strings and add as many embellishments as your heart desires.

Been away for you birthday? Well, why not record all of your photos and souvenirs in a scrapbooking layout? We love the simplicity of this one perfect if you are a scrapbooking beginner as well. Play around with washi tape to make little flags on strings

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Be who you are. Art journal inspiration. Collage-3 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Inspiration alert: Dude, journaling hexipuffs in a smash book! It's so obvious, and yet it only just occurred to me.

Use an empty toilet paper roll to print your very own fabric!

Use an empty toilet paper roll to print your very own fabric! Painted dots from an empty toilet paper tube. The possibilities are endless! Maybe green and red dots on a lovely burlap for a Christmas table runner? Or blue and silver?

Creativebug: “We just launched gift subscriptions, and now offer workshops with some of the most talented designers on the modern craft scene — including local faves such as Christine Schmidt (pictured) from Yellow Owl Workshop, Hello! Lucky, ceramicist Diana Fayt, book artist Jody Alexander and many, many more.” (www.creativebug.com) Photo: Laura Morton, Special To The Chronicle

Wrap some baker's twine or other string around a wooden block to create a graphic textured stamp. -can also use rubber bands- Stamp on inside of paper bags from grocery store or paper that comes in mailed packages, use as wrapping paper.

painting with cardboard rolls: several ideas with repurpose stuff.

Polka Dot pattern bubble wrap coiled around cardboard rolls! Use acrylic paint and print on recycled paper to created patterned wrapping paper. I knew I loved bubble wrap.