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Welcome to Part 2 of a 10-part series called Where We Scrap, where our bloggers share their scrap space with you.  This week, Sue Sykes is sharing her space. Hello everyone!!  Hope you had a wonderful holiday season! I’m excited to share my studio photos with you today.  You see, we recently started renovating my studio.  And by recently, I mean two years ago.  Yep, it was certainly a LONG project, but I finally managed to get it done and put back together (with a few aesthetics touches to finish). The first thing we did was tear down the wall and install French doors.  Like Jayme, I felt too isolated from my family when scrapping.  My studio is off of our rec room downstairs – these French doors open all the way in so when I want to connect with my family, I can open them up! As you can…

ETA:  So sorry for the delay, everyone!  The holiday messed up my calendar – I thought TOMORROW was Tuesday! 🙁 Today, we’re starting a new blog series, called Where We Scrap.  Over the next 10 weeks, our bloggers will share their scrapping spaces with you.  With the new year, maybe you’ll find some ideas to help with your resolution of keeping your scrap space organized! 🙂 ~ Sue My Scrapbook Space by Jayme Loge  Happy New Year Scrapbookers! I wish you health, happiness and love for 2013 :0) I am the lucky lady that gets to start off our new blog series on our scrapbook spaces.  My space has been through many, many transformations and adaptations, but the current set up is one I love. It is right in the middle of our family room, and is a space I share with my daughter’s toys, and all our family activities.…

Creating Paper Roses by Christy Riopel Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone! I am so lucky to be married to my best friend and I created this layout to celebrate our life together. Remember to scrapbook the relationships in your life not just the important dates. I used Lucky 7 Factory Paper, Stampin’ Up! punch and ink, Bo Bunny alphas, Papertray Ink buttons, Tim Holtz Tissue tape, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Fabri-tac, baker’s twine, rebar wire and Clearsnap Smooch Spritz. I made the flower stems myself to represent the flowers that Mike often gives me. Basic Step by Steps 1. I start by punching quite a few circles from my paper. I like to use a small pattern to add interest to the flowers. 2. Flip the circles over and spray them with Clearsnap Smooch Spritz. Wait only for the colour to absorb, but work with the paper when…