Gathering Ephemera for a Scrapbook

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A receipt, a pamphlet, a ticket. This stuff is ephemera. What do you do when you’ve collected ephemera can’t throw away? Put it in a scrapbook.

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Jenny P
Hi, I am new to scrap booking and memory keeping and I was diverted to this website by Lindsay Weirich, The Frugal Crafter who praised this course very highly and I just knew I had to give it a go and so far I am really enjoying the lessons and I am getting a lot of great ideas so thank you for that, However I was really upset about the lesson that was all about creating scrap book pages in Studio J because I can't join due to living in the UK. Am I going to miss out on any more for this reason?
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Jenny, thank you so much for taking Memory Keeping 101! I'm sorry that you won't be able to purchase layouts from Studio J, but you can apply the principles learned during the lesson to other forms of digital scrapbooking. One good (inexpensive) option is Photoshop Elements. It has more of a learning curve than Studio J, but the concept is the same. No, that was the only lesson on digital scrapbooking. I can't wait to see your completed assignments!
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