Scrapbookers now have their guide through the wonderful world of color, with lots of inspiration and ideas along the way. How can you prevent an album filled with sepia-toned photos and brown paper from looking muddy? A white layout from becoming too washed-out? And how much color is "too much"? Scrapbookers struggle with these questions, but now they've reached the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, with a guide to all the color tools and techniques in the scrapbooking arsenal. They'll discover how to utilize whites and pastels, work with primary shades, employ a cornucopia of earth tones, exploit the versatility of blacks and grays, experiment with unusual combinations, and create intricate patterns. Fabulous layouts from top scrapbookers will help clarify the concepts, from adding flair with metallics and glitter to capturing the palette of sunsets for vacation or landscape pages. And there are creative sidebars, a personality profile survey to define your favorite hues, and hands-on exercises. Kerry Arquette has authored numerous articles for national magazines and newspapers including: Memory Makers, Good Housekeeping, Ladies Home Journal, Woman's Day, and Parenting. She has also produced news segments for several network affiliate stations and has appeared as co-host and producer for PM Magazine. Andrea Zocchi is a former Art Director for a large craft book publishing company. To date, he has art directed and designed more than 30 books, numerous catalogs, and marketing and educational material. Zocchi is the father of two boys, a fluent Italian speaker, and lives in Centennial, Colorado.Arquette, Kerry is the author of 'Scrapbooker's Color Palette Using Color To Create Fabulous Scrapbook Pages' with ISBN 9781579907273 and ISBN 157990727X.