will find doodling a relaxing and fun form of expression that is easy to learn.
pick up a pen or pencil and draw while waiting for the kids, watching TV or listening
Follow the doodles and designs in this book for inspiration
and ideas. Use a template, trace designs or simply freehand ideas that appeal
Doodling is a wonderful way to add very personal touches
and creativity to your scrapbook pages. Next time you need to fill in an empty
spot on a page or card... add a line, scroll a doodle, scribe a note, or scribble
a playful design.
In this age of email and text messaging,
handwritten works are becoming precious and rare. Add a quality that is uniquely
yours to your scrapbook pages.
Dare to Doodle!.
About the Authors
Emily Adams is the Education Director for Imagination
Project, the artist behind their product line, Circus Rose, and co-designer of
Project 2002 and teaches all over the United States, as well as internationally.
Her classes are available online through CKU Home Study.
Emily has been
published in Memory Makers, CK, Scrapbooks Etc. and Scrapbook Insider and has
been featured on ten DIY Scrapbooking episodes.
Jaime Echt has been
teaching and crafting for the past 20 years. She loves portrait photography and
finds that scrapbooking allows her to combine her photographic interests with
her passion for beautiful papers.
Jaime designs papers and templates for
The Crafter's Workshop.
Donna Goss is an innovative and energetic
multi-media artist. She has created stamp art since 1992. Her talent repertoire
includes, soldering, collage, scrapbooking, beading, jewelry and metalwork.
works at the Stamp Asylum in Plano, Texas. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gibson loves making things with her hands and sharing her ideas with others.
It is her hope that these doodles inspire creativity. She currently designs layouts,
cards and jewelry as well as instructs for Artistic Wire. Contact her at email@example.com.
Bates spends her time creating crafts and fine arts. She enjoys paper crafting,
painting, sculpting, ceramics, drawing, decorating and playing piano.
Table of Contents
|Markers and Pens||3|
|Doodling with Rub-ons ||7|
|Doodling with Stamps||7|
|Doodling with Stickers||8|
|Alphabet Stickers with Doodling||9|
|Doodling with Hot Marks Tool||9|
|Doodling with Templates||10|
|Doodling with Chipboard||14|
|Doodling with ABC Templates||16|
|Freehand Doodle Borders for Any Shape||20|
|Freehand Leaves and Flowers||22|
|Freehand Flights of Fancy||24|
|Freehand Hearts and Arrows||26|
|Freehand Doodles and Brads||28|
|Freehand Alphabet ||30|
|Freehand Fat Alphabet ||32|
|Freehand Page Titles||35|