- Watch a slideshow with step-by-step pictures.
- You can make fill in the grooves with wood putty to change the sizes of the squares.
- Use brads, buttons, rivets, etc. that stick off the page to make the project 3 dimensional. See the example below.
- Mod Podge is your friend....Since scrapbook materials can be thinner than photo paper or calendar pictures, the EnviroTex can easily soak into your page while it is curing and ruin it. To avoid this, be liberal in using Mod Podge on your scrapbooking materials and in the board grooves. We recommend gluing all your scrapbooking materials onto the board with Mode Podge, putting a coat around all edges and corners to seal them, and then putting 2 to 3 coats of Mod Podge on the entire project when it is all done. Painting the the board also keeps the EnviroTex out of the wood so it doesn't seep up into the paper. Below is an example of a scrapbook page that was not sealed sufficiently.
- If you don't want to risk the above happening to your scrapbook project then there is the option to scan it and then print it out on photo paper. The photo paper can then be cut and placed on the board. It's a little tricky to get the sizing right but worth the effort if you're technology savvy. This will also allow you to tile scrapbooking pages you've done in the past too. It also comes in handy if you have objects that can't have the resin poured on them like feathers or string. Below are pictures of a scrapbooking pages that was scanned, printed onto thick photo paper, and the tiled. Looks real doesn't it?