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06-20-2008, 05:39 PM
Is it possible to make bookmarks or note cards in SMB?


06-20-2008, 06:05 PM
Anything is possible in SBM. Just change the paper size at page, setting, size.

To make bookmarks, I would probably use an 8 x 10 sheet of paper and create a paper scrap the size of my bookmark. Then copy and paste several on one page to conserve paper.

The easiest way to make a note card is to use the index card setting (4 X 6). Many of the brag book pages found in this forum are in that format. You could also divide a 8X10 page into four sections and make a folded card but that is more complicated.

Also search the template section for cards.

06-21-2008, 11:58 AM
Thanks Granny for your reply..

06-21-2008, 04:02 PM
Hey Grannywin... I sure love your name. I always get the credit for every thing you do!! Keep up the good work!!! ;) :D

Texaslady, please check this out. There is a freebie here you can download and use as a guide.

Hope it helps!


The Groove
06-23-2008, 05:20 PM
LOVE the idea of making bookmarks! I've been using a receipt to mark the place in the latest book I'm reading - talk about cheesy! I'm off to make a bookmark tonight!

Great tip, grannywin, on sizing, which is really all it would take to make a scrapbook page into a bookmark - or a series of bookmarks for gifts - what a great way to jazz up the gift of a book, with a personalized bookmark!

And speaking of ingenious uses for Scrapbook MAX!, be sure to read The Groove, Scrapbook MAX!'s free monthly newsletter for more tips.

In it, we often feature a "creative genius" way our members have used Scrapbook MAX!. Off hand I recall Christmas ornaments, t-shirt transfers, and gift tags.

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06-24-2008, 01:13 PM
I have a printer that will double side. So, after I set up a couple of bookmarks on one page (front of bookmark). I make a duplicate of that page and then change the duplicate to make the back different from the front. It makes it kind of nice not to have just a white back on them. I also use Cardstock at 110 weight paper.