What kind of vinyl do you use for scrapbooking?
Manufactured in the United States, this is a high quality vinyl with consistent results. Easy to weed and durable, Oracal 651 is ideal for use on tumblers, window decals, car decals, signs, stencils, scrapbooking, or any other permanent application with a semi-smooth surface.
Is scrapbooking a waste of time?
Scrapbooking IS a waste of time and money. All you REALLY need to ‘preserve your family’s precious memories’ is photos, an album, and a pen. Some scrapbookers spend hundreds… even THOUSANDS of dollars a month on scrapbook supplies!
What has replaced scrapbooking?
Here are my top 5 ways of memory keeping:
- Pocket-style scrapbooking. If you’re finding yourself short on time and patience but still want the look and feel of a handmade scrapbook, I recommend trying out pocket-style scrapbooking such as Project Life. …
- Digital Scrapbooks. …
- Journaling. …
- Calendars. …
- Mini Books.
How do I know what vinyl to use?
Here is the basic rule: In general, if your surface is hard and smooth (things like walls, mugs, bottles, picture frames, mirrors, boxes, etc.), then go with adhesive vinyl. If your surface is soft and can withstand heat (clothing, shoes, books, tote bags, etc.), then heat transfer vinyl will work best.
What is oracal 751 used for?
Oracal 751 is used for: vehicle wraps. complex surfaces. dishes which will go in the dishwasher (top rack recommended)
Is Cricut permanent vinyl the same as 651?
The difference is 651 is permanent adhesive vinyl and 631 is removable adhesive vinyl.