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Scrapbook News and Review May 2009 Call

May 2009 Calls

By Style* (see special call below)
Caught Ya! Mischievous
Children's Artwork
Graduation
Letter to My . . . husband, wife, son, daughter, friend, hero, etc.
Military & Serviceman (police, fire, emergency crews)
Pieces of Me

Call Guidelines
Please submit your pages with the following guidelines:

Pages only -- no altered projects, home decor or mini albums, unless specified
Of any size, i.e. 12"x12", 8"x8", 6"x6"
Can be traditional, hybrid or digital (please specify)
Please send image(s) as large as possible and we’ll scale down to size
Please NAME your image with the title of the layout or project
Call name must be specified in subject line
No restrictions on whether it has been posted to an online gallery, blog or other site, but we respectfully request that you take them down when requested for publication.

Important Note: Please register at our site before sending in your submissions. This will ensure that we're able to properly contact you as well as authorize you to view the magazine should your artwork be accepted for publication. All submissions must include a SNR username.

Deadline: May 13, 2009

Send submissions to subs@scrapbooknewsandreview.com

Special Call
By Style

In each issue of Scrapbook News & Review, we'll feature scrapbook pages by style and skill level. As a chance to see as many styles and genres as possible, for this call only, we will not restrict the amount of submissions per scrapbooker. In fact, we would prefer to see at least 3 to 5 layouts per scrapbooker in order to give us an idea of how well defined your style is.

We're currently looking for pages and projects of any size or subject. It must be a clearly defined style, i.e. clean and simple, modern and graphic, shabby chic, classic, freestyle, eclectic, etc. Please include the style category you feel best describes your work.


Mini Album Call



The above flap album is an example that is just bare bones. Now we'd like to see what you can do with it!

Here is a list of what you'll need:

3 pieces of cardstock cut to 6x12
1 piece of patterned paper or cardstock cut to 6 x 11
5 pieces of patterned paper approx 5 1/2 x 5 1/2
8 pieces of patterned paper cut approx 5 1/2 x 2 1/2
2 pieces of patterned paper or cardstock cut to 6 x 1/2"
2 pieces of ribbon approx. 18"
4 eyelets

Score the cardstock at 3" and 9". Fold and use a bone folder to flatten the folds.

Glue the 3" flaps together so all 3 pieces of cardstock are attached to each other.

Adhere patterned paper to the book.

Punch holes in the 6 x 1/2" piece of cardstock/paper about 1/2" in apart in the middle of the paper. Thread your ribbon through the holes. Adhere these papers to the ends of the 6x11 paper. This is the part that wraps around the closed book.

Close up the book and lay it face down. Line up the center of that 6x11 piece of paper with the center of the back of the book and adhere. Then wrap the corners around the front of the book and use your bone folder to flatten the folds. Don't adhere the flaps.

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