Do The Words Cheap & Scrapbooking Go Together...
Well as per my last post; Chipboard is free or nearly free if you collect all the chipboard that comes into your life but even better if you have friends and family saving theirs for you too.
Storage devices from the supermarket. Donut packets and spinach leaves etc etc. (see earlier blog)
Paper towel, toilet paper, tissues, tissue paper, wrapping paper, gift ribbons, cards, buttons (you usually get some free with every outfit you buy), Old and broken jewellery, used postage stamps, writting paper, old money (as long as it's not valuable) maps, postcards, as well as fabric samples off ruined outfits (these are great to do a layout of a photo containg this outfit) seeds, labels, foil seals from coffee cans and tin seals from formula tins, clothing tags, shopping bags, paper bags, bottle tops, stones, shells, grass, flowers, gumnuts, bark, twigs, leaves, sand and dirt.
Paperclay is one of my favorite mediums and you can make it yourself really cheaply (anyone wanting this recipe just email me for a return email containing this recipe.
Your kids artwork? This can be a great background paper especially if you're scrapping a photo of them painting it.
Their are free items available everywhere if you're looking..... What's your best Free find?