Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Scrapbooking-Related Pins of Interest

As you can see by the new addition to my sidebar, I'm now a full-fledged, crazy Pinterest member. It's opened up a whole new world in terms of finding things on the web that appeal to me. I thought I'd share some of my scrapbooking-related finds with you today.

First up is a quick and easy-to-understand tutorial on how to use your DSLR camera. I found it on kevinandamanda.com. Check it out by clicking on the "source" link below the photo.


Next up is something you can do with all of the fantastic photos you're going to take after reading the tutorial above. Find an old window to display them in! (Oh, and Connie, if you're reading this, you're going to love the blog it came from AND I'm commissioning you to find me one of these babies! LOL!) Be sure to check out the blog these came from. There's many more repurposed window ideas there.


Lastly, if you're like me, trying to create a wall collage of photo frames stumps me (to say nothing of the fact that I can't get them all lined up and straight on the wall so I always have to get Tom to do it). Here's a web site that will help you come up with creative photo groupings. I see many that inspire me. How about you?

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  2. oh I'm reading and took note of the source. Lisa about 7 years ago I co-owned a shop and this is the kind of stuff we loved. Vendors would bring it in and it was gone quick. You could find these easy just by driving down back alley's. I have two choice ones ( divided windows 6 and 8 pane) and doors, lots!!!:):) Enjoyed your blog post!!!

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  3. oooo I love old windows. I have one hanging in a cut out... I'm trying to ignore pinterest. Like I need another habit. lol!!! I'm really just delaying the inevitable.....

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  4. cool cool cool - i have about 3 hanging around in my cellar - you've inspired me to get them out!

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  5. Very fun pictures! Loved to get on of those window frames!!

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  6. I love kevinandamanda.com, lots of great stuff there. I like the old windows used as frames.

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  7. Love the site of photo collages, thanks!

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