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Cathie Allan was very busy designing projects using this  Art Impressions Christmas Slimline Stamp Set. Here is a look at one of the layouts she designed. And here is a fabulous coordinating card. That snowman from the Art Impressions Christmas Slimline stamp set is absolutely delicious. WOWZA! Stunning creations Cathie! I love that Cathie used the stamp on BOTH a card and a layout. We often purchase supplies with one thing in mind and forget that there are so many possibilities and projects that it could apply to! Cathie’s projects both  have a really unique aspect to them – they both include REMOVABLE tags that you can take off and hang on the Christmas tree. How stinkin’ cool is that! Both of these projects were featured in the Fall issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine in Cathie’s regular column – Cathie’s Choice.Do you have your copy yet? CLICK HERE to order…

Every year I sit down for a little tag making session! I like to gift my co-workers with a little something fun to take home for Christmas and feel I must include a handmade tag as they all know I am passionate about paper crafts. I want my tags to be simple enough to make in bulk, but with enough details to show I care! I started this tag making session with some shipping tags purchased at Staples. I added a small strip of plaid paper [Echo Park Lumberjack Christmas] and then stamped the gift and branches images [Stampers Anonymous Seasonal Scribbles] with Distress Oxide ink.  I coloured and outlined the images with my Nuvo alcohol markers. I choose these markers for two reasons…I LOVE them and they will not reactivate the Distress Oxide ink! A little glitter was added to the gift image with a Nuvo glitter marker. My…

It is almost time for Christmas and the New Year…2021! Are you ready to make those little memories last a lifetime!  Pam here today on the Creative Scrapbookers Magazine Blog today sharing how to create a fun tag to begin the New Year with! The time is ticking to be creative! Begin by adding adhesive to a Southern Ridge Trading Company Chipboard Tag using your Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive. Photo 1: Add cream cardstock to the front of the prepared chipboard tag. Photo 2: Apply Ranger Distress inks to top of the prepared tag. Photo 3: Darken tag up using Ranger Festive Berries Distress Ink. Photo 4: Lay Wild Whisper Honeycomb Flair Stencil to the prepared tag; apply embossing paste over top with a palette knife. Add Emerald Creek Craft Supplies Buttered Pearl Embossing Powder to top and heat set.  Wild Whisper/A Girl With Flair Postage Delight and Little Things Stamp Set Stamp images to the prepared…

As the days get shorter, darker, and closer to Christmas, I find myself up in my craft room contemplating Christmas. I don’t have enough cards made and have lost my creative mojo. Like everyone, I’m getting weary of COVID dos and don’ts, but feel strongly about their importance. During these nights in my craft room, I have gotten into watching Lucifer on Netflix! It has been a long time since a series entertained me so much, I am LOVING it! It is easy enough to follow while I play with my supplies, yet I have been pulled into the story! About a week or so ago, I made all kinds of tag bases with my Ranger paints, stencils, and gel plates. Didn’t overthink them, just played and watched TV. It felt good, it felt easy, it felt fun. Last night as I made my way to Season 2 of Lucifer,…

Peace Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fans!! Pam here today sharing how to create a Mixed Media Peace Christmas Tag!!! So let’s celebrate Christmas in July!!!  Die cut one snowman from the Snowman Box Die; adhere scarf and snowman together. Apply embossing ink to snowman; apply Marshmallow Rock Candy to top; place carefully into melting pot. Turn melting pot on and allow embossing powder to melt. Repeat for scarf using Berry Mojito Rock Candy. (Allow embossing powder to cool before removing form melting pot.) Place Argyle Stencil on tag; apply Peacock Feathers Distress Ink to top. Apply Antique Linen Distress Ink to top of prepared tag. Lay Bubbles Stencil on prepared tag; apply bead gel to top with palette knife; dry. Lay Speckles Stencil on prepared tag; apply Picket Fence Distress Paint to top. Dry. Cut piece of pattern paper to fit behind tag; adhere together. Add prepared snowbank and snowman to…

Kim here with a fun project share using the Stampers Anonymous Merry Misfits stamps! Oh, how I LOVE these little guys! They are PERFECT for Christmas tags! The Misfits just make me smile and take a little stress out of the chaos of Christmas! Along with the Misfit stamps, I also used Ranger’s Simon Hurley Classic Flannel stamp, Distress Oxide Inks and a Shifter stencil! These products ALL play so well together! Have fun adding tags to your Christmas gifts this season! Maybe you could wrap up a Creative Scrapbooker Magazine subscription! Now THAT would be a sweet gift to receive!

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! Christmas is exactly a month away and I’m excited to be back on the blog sharing with you my tag perfect to hang in any area of your home. The jumping-off point for my project was the Christmas in the Country Collection from Prima Marketing Inc Ink from Ranger and Mini Blending Tool Dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs Tag from Stampers AnonymousAand adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite Christmas beverage as I share with you how to recreate my project at home. To start, you’ll need one Mini Tag as well as a reinforcement circle from Stampers Anonymous. Ink the edges of the tag and reinforcement circle using Black Soot Distress Ink and a Blending Tool with Foam from Ranger Ink. Trace the tag around the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Patterned Paper from Prima Marketing Inc.…

Can you smell it …. can you feel it ….. ? Fall is here and that means Christmas is right around the corner. Oh, for a card/tag maker this is the “funnest” time of the year. Break out ALL your Christmas stamps and your favorite mediums and create until the reindeer fly. This is what I have started my “Christmas card/tag journey” with, for 2019. I pulled out 3 of my favorite “Art Impressions”,  Christmas sets then pulled out some of my favorite mediums, some paint, fiber, and ribbon. First I stamped and colored my images. Yes, because I love the light fastness of pigment ink I pulled out my “VersaFine” quick-dry pigment ink and stamped the images that I wanted to color. Coloring was easy with my artist quality pencil crayons and I used Gamsol to blend. Now for the tag background …. this was easy & crazy quick!…

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