I am trying to get my scrapbooking groove and mojo back on after a few months of not scrapbooking. It's kinda hard to switch gears sometimes but I keep on taking pictures so scrapbooking is like the hobby that's never done. The trick is trying to find a way to switch gears that is easy. I know so many scrapbookers who do so much more than just scrapbooking - knitting, wood burning, building stuff out of pallets! We all need a little help sometimes to get back in the scrapbooking groove.
I recently found out about the scrapbook.com photo matching color tool. I had NO IDEA they had such an amazing tool!!!
Upload your photo to the tool and it will give you color combos that will match your photo, as well as suggest products that will make scrapping those photos much easier. I used the color tool to create this layout with all kinds of old papers from my stash:
Here's how the tool works and how I then used the color suggestions to choose papers for the page:
Supplies for this layout:
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- Tombow Extreme Adhesive
- Westcott Scissors
- Westcott Paper Trimmer
- Bazzill Embossed Cardstock
- Bazzil Ladybug Cardstock
- Jillibean Soup Journal Spots
- EK Success Jolee's Tool Stickers
- American Crafts Foam Letter Stickers
- Pink Paislee Paper (mint green)
- Sassafras Lass Paper (multi-color)
- Label Stickers (Martha Stewart, October Afternoon, etc)
- Black Pen
- October Afternoon Small Sticker Letters
Do you think the scrapbook.com color tool might be something you'd use in your scrapbooking? Try it here: Scrapbook.com Photo Match Color Tool
Please let me know in the comments if you do try the tool and what you think.