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Hey there! It’s Noreen from OrganizedandCreativeMom.com here to share some fun cards that have a cool retro-vibe with you! Everything old is new again, right? I’m sure digging these groovy cards from the “Gee, Golly” Card Kit by Creative Memories, man! This retro card kit kicks it back old-school style and includes all the ingredients to create 12 DIY cards with a vintage palette of dusty blue, pink, navy, mustard yellow, minty green, orange, and taupe. If you love that vintage and retro feel then you’ll love the design icons featured in this kit, like the cassette tape, typewriter, file folders, and rotary dial phone! And the fun sentiments like “You have the ticket to my heart”, “Gee, thanks!”, “Remember When?” and “So happy 4 you,” means that you’ll have cards suitable for almost any occasion! The kit comes complete with step-by-step instructions, twelve pre-folded card bases, pre-cut & pre-labeled…

Last night I was wondering around on the Internet and came across this gorgeous card designed by Galina Filippenko featuring all kinds of products by Tonic Studios.  How stunning! Galina used a variety of products by Tonic Studios including The Dainty Daisies Stamp Set The Linking Rings StencilAnd Nuvo Aqua Flow Pens – just to name a few! You can watch Galina put this card together from start to finish AND see a complete supply list. Grab a coffee and enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ofc7z6_ibD0 Have a wonderful Tuesday everyone!

This card by Connie Nichol is not only a GIGGLE maker – it might just be the “sunniest” card EVER!!!!  To create this card Connie laid her Picket Fence Studios stencil down on a piece of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Super Stock. She then applied Ranger Tim Holtz Distress ink to create the sunburst. Using Therm O Web icraft Mixed Media Adhesive she adhered the sequins over the inked design. She then stamped the Picket Fence Studios sentiment and adhered it to the card. Easy Peasy! Connie, you can mail me this card ANYTIME! Happy Sunday everyone!

Kerry Engel was very busy in her workshop designing Peek-A-Boo cards just before Christmas! Although her cards have a Christmas theme the variations on this design are endless! The Brother ScanNCut’s ability to scan stamped images and then fussy cut them out is FANTASTIC making the options for your PEEK-A-BOO card unlimited. Stamp your favourite stamp – scan the image – and cut the image! BOOM! It’s that simple! Grab a coffee and watch Kerry design her card from start to finish! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYO2xDVlYyw Enjoy

Look at this absolutely stunning card designed by Kerry Engel So elegant. Kerry  put the card together using the Heartfelt Creations Calla Lily collection. And that beautiful gatefold design was created using the Heartfelt Creations Heart of Joy Decorative Die – which really is a MUST HAVE! The entire card was stuck together using a variety of adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L! Speaking of Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L – have you entered their AWESOME sweepstakes yet?!?!?!? You can win an ENTIRE YEAR of adhesives by them!!!! HOLLY MOLLY!!!!! YAHOOOO!!! CLICK HERE TO ENTER! Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

Hey Sweet Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Friends; Pam here today sharing how to create a “sweet friend” slimline card to send to a few of your favorite people during this time of year. Wild Whisper/Pam Bray Designs Little Things 4 x 6 Stamp Set Begin by stamping the images from the Wild Whisper/Pam Bray Designs Little Things Stamp Set several times on white card stock with Ranger Archival Black Ink. Color images with your favorite marker. (I used Copic Markers) HINT: Color around all the images with a light brown marker so when you fussy cut your images your edges won’t be white. Fussy cut all the images out. Wild Whisper/Pam Bray Designs Simplicity Collection Cut 7″ x 8 1/2″ black card stock; score and fold in half to create a slimline card. Add green card stock and designer paper to the front of the card. Add Southern Ridge Trading Company Scroll Borders to…

Kim here for a quick share today! Are you ever in need of a “quick” one layer card to drop in the mail? I often need to make a card on the fly, here’s one way to do just that. Using three colours of Ranger Distress Oxide and Creative Scrapbooker’s Super Stock, I created a gradient of colour. I inked these colours over a circle mask, adhered with Scrapbook Adhesive by 3L reposition-able tape [ the GREEN one ]. Next, grab a stencil and use a baby wipe to “lift” off the Distress Oxide Ink, this adds a little extra visual texture to your card. I dug into my Magenta stash to find this leafy stem stamp. To give it a silhouette vibe, I stamped using Ranger’s Archival black ink. I like to work on a single piece of cardstock and then adhere to a card base with a permanent…

Looking for some Christmas Card making inspiration?  Look no further than the Fall issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine! Yep – you read that correctly!  Inside the Fall issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine, you will find “The Christmas Card Express”.  This section is a regular feature in ALL our Fall issues that are packed with Christmas card ideas to JUMPSTART your creative juices just in time for the holidays! Here are just a few examples of the beautiful Christmas cards you will find inside this issue! Get your copy of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine today! CLICK HERE Happy getting ready for the big day everyone!PS – Have you entered to win a $500.00 shopping spree with Best Craft Organizer yet? What are ya waiting for? It is so darn easy to enter your name to win win win!

It’s happening. We are less than 8 weeks away. Never before have I been as excited for Christmas as I am this year. My family is supposed to be in Florida but of course, that’s not happening. We are hunkering down in Newfoundland to enjoy the holidays with friends and family. We are so lucky to have most of our family nearby and it breaks my heart to think about others that may not be with their family this year. With Halloween behind me, I am going full tilt into the holiday spirit including making Christmas cards! Stampin’ Up! released the Merry Moose bundle in the holiday catalogue last year. Since those majestic animals can be found in abundance in Newfoundland, they have a soft spot in my heart. With a short hiatus, he’s back in stock and I was ready to see if I could bring him back to…

Hi Everybody, Cathie Allan here today to share with you a card I made for myself. Yes …. for me! I love making these types of cards because it allows me to get my photos off of my phone or my computer and share them by displaying some of my favorites in my home.  I make cards like this all year but most of them “go away” to a new home as I am always creating them for someone’s birthday, graduation, wedding etc. How I love creating one of a kind, very personal cards … I tend to always add photos in my cards …. for my special peeps but today …. that special peep is “me”. This “Me card” focuses on some amazing photos sent to me of my youngest “Grandhandsome son” Max. They simply could not just be on my phone …. they needed to be out and…