Synopses & Reviews
More and more scrapbookers and paper artists are seeking clever ways to make their albums and paper projects more interesting and three-dimensional. One of the most exciting ways of accomplishing this is by adding interactive elements, such as doors that open and reveal hidden layers, and envelopes and pockets that hold secret text, personal letters, or special photos.
Pockets, Pull Outs and Hiding Places: A Guide to Interactive Scrapbooking, Memory Art and Paper Art teaches the paper engineering techniques for making three dimensional and interactive ôpaper toolsö such as vellum pockets, hinged doors that reveal mini booklets underneath. These tools are applicable to scrapbookers, memory, and paper artists at any level of experience. The tools are also adjustable enough to be used in any style of work.
About the Author
Jennifer Mason's scrapbook design and paper art has been published in numerous books and leading art and scrapbook magazines. She worked as co-designer for Anna Griffin's Elegant Scrapbooking and also contributed to Sandi Genovese's Three Dimensional Scrapbooking. Her work has appeared on PBS, QVC, and HSN. She lives in Brookline, MA.