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Kelly Klapstein, the creative mind behind the Kelly Creates line of hand lettering products, is on our web show today  – Hand Lettering on Thank You Cards – Technique Tasters #130. Watch as Kelly walks you through the very basic steps on creating gorgeous handmade cards that look like they would take literally hours to create but really only took a few minutes. Here are the products Kelly used Kelly Creates Metallic Jewel Brush Pens Kelly Creates Deluxe Lettering KitAmy Tangerine for American Crafts Clear Stickers Bazzill Basics Paper Foil Accent Cardstock Grab a coffee and enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFT74bBVhJc&feature=youtu.be Be sure to follow Creative Scrapbooker Magazine on YouTube for hundreds of scrapbooking ideas – CLICK HERE Happy Hand Lettering Everyone!Subscribe today to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine – HOLD IT! READ IT! LOVE IT!

Today we turn the pages of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine’s Summer 2013 issue. Here we found a layout designed by Christy Riopel celebrating her love of being Canadian. It made us smile!SUPPLIES : Bazzill Basic Paper cardstock, Simple Stories patterned paper and stickers, Marvy Gel pen, Scrapbook Adhesvies by 3L.  Happy Birthday CANADA! I hope you all find some time this year to enjoy our beautiful national parks!Creative Scrapbooker Magazine is honoured to announce that we have started an ART Scholarship in Christy’s name. For those of you interested in honouring Christy Riopel and helping her legacy of ART continue, we are collecting donations for art scholarships for youth through the Boys & Girls Club of Calgary. CLICK HERE to donate. Thank you

Hello Everyone! Corina Finley here with you today to share my ‘Simple Pleasures’ Coffee themed layout featuring Heartfelt Creations and Southern Ridge Trading Co. chipboard. I created this page to capture my Sunday morning ritual. On Sundays, my oldest son brings me my first cup of coffee of the day in bed! I get to start my day by laying back and relaxing with my dog Kuma. He thinks that the king size bed really belongs to him and sleeps whichever direction he wants! I like to start my projects by collecting the supplies that I think I will need from around my studio and having them on my work surface.  I do still have to grab other items as my design idea changes but I find by doing this it cut back on getting distracted. I chose to use Bazzill Java cardstock and the Coffee Bean Pattern Paper from…

Here is a little look at Christy’s Tool Junkie article that was featured in Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Summer 2014 issue. This article was all about using templates. SUPPLIES: s.e.i. patterned paper, Clearsnap ink, The Crafter’s Workshop stencils, Marvy pens, Itty Bitty Alphabet, Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock, unknown buttons, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. Photo by Allison Orthner. Here is the tutorial as seen in our summer issue. Enjoy! Creative Scrapbooker Magazine is honoured to announce that we have started an ART Scholarship in Christy’s name. For those of you interested in honouring Christy Riopel and helping her legacy of ART continue, we are collecting donations for art scholarships for youth through the Boys & Girls Club of Calgary. CLICK HERE to donate. Thank you so much for helping us share Christy’s love of art and keeping her legacy alive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejDCoC0WVos&t=5s

Check out this layout from Karen Tamir that was featured in Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fall 2012 issue.  Its stunning! SUPPLIES: Bazzill Basics paper cardstock, Simple Stories patterned paper, American Crafts Thickers, Echo Park alphabet and stickers, The Crafter’s Workshop stencil, Viva Decor crackling color and paper pen sand paint, Prima Marketing and Recollections crystals, Cosmo Cricket Glubbers, unknown gold head band. Some techniques are simply timeless.  Karen used a Crafter’s Workshop stencil and Vivia Decor paint to create the circled background.  The effect is simply stunning. Do you subscribe to our quarterly publication?  Each issue is FULL of timeless paper crafting ideas for stamping, card making, scrapbooking, home decor and so much more.  SUBSCRIBE today and receive a FREE gift from Clearsnap with the Winter 2016 issue! CLICK HERE Happy Scrapbooking everyone!

In loving memory of Christy Riopel – here is a page from our Fall 2012 issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine.  Christy was our regular Tool Junkie columnist. Each and every issue she showed our readers how to use a variety of different paper crafty tools.  In this issue she worked with the Simply Scored scoring tool from Stampin’ Up!  SUPPLIES: Fancy Pants Designs patterned paper, stickers and rub-ons, Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock, Marvy Gel pen, Quick Quotes ribbon, Clearsnap ink, Stampin’ Up! Simply Scored tool, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. I love this layout and remember Christy creating it at a retreat we attended in Pigeon Lake, Alberta. I was so happy she included it in her Tool Junkie article. Thinking of you everyday Christy! Creative Scrapbooker Magazine is honoured to announce that we have started an ART Scholarship in Christy’s name. For those of you interested in honouring Christy Riopel and…

Here is a blog post from April 2012 that Christy created – in her words. She sure loved art journaling – and we sure loved what she created. I was recently asked, “Why should a scrapbooker take time to art journal?” The answer is simple. An art journal is a place to make mistakes, experiment with mediums, looks, and just play. Very often I take ideas I have developed in my art journal and turn them into Scrapbook pages. I took the above page and turned it into this layout. Materials Used: Fancy Pants paper and Rub Ons, Bazzill cardstock, ChromaColour Paint, Marvy Pen, 3L Adhesives How I did it…. To create this fun frame I first placed a scrap of paper in the middle of where I wanted my frame. Next I took paint and sponged it along the edges sporadically. When done sponging I lifted it and replaced…

Check out Kelly’s take on our February Sketchy Challenge SUPPLIES:Fancy Pants Designs patterned paper, stickers, die cuts; Bazzill Basics plaid cardstock; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares and E-Z Runner; Brother ScanNCut heart. This layout features the Fancy Pants Designs collection Office Suite Kelly used the Brother ScanNCut electronic cutting machine to cut out the heart on her layout. The layout is stuck together using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares and E-Z Runner Here is the sketchy she based her layout on We want to see your take of our monthly sketchy challenge – CLICK HERE to join our sketchy community. Have a great Sunday everyone!

Good day Creative Scrapbookers! Jayme Loge here today with a few layouts from my craft table. I wanted to play with a few simple supplies and try to create a couple of layouts with them. I started with a few sheets of We R Memory Keepers patterned paper and coordinating sticker set, a few sheets of Bazzill cardstock and an American Crafts alphabet set. Here’s what I did with them: First, I started off using the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine’s sketch from this month’s “Let’s Get Sketchy” challenge – CLICK HERE to download your take on this sketch! I added the heart to the background with some ‘vintage’ Heidi Swapp masks and Inca Gold paste. I changed the orientation of the sketch somewhat and used a special old photo taken on a trip to Mexico in 2000. Back then, film cameras were still in use and disposable panoramic cameras were all…

Today we are featuring Jayme Loge’s take on our monthly sketch challenge. SUPPPLIES: Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock, BasicGrey patterned paper, May Arts ribbon, Pageframes acrylic snowflake, Simple Stories sticker. Tombow Xtreme adhesives. Scraps of Info – “I save leftover bits of paper and embellishments for the purpose of making cards, especially if I only need one at a time. This card was made with some real treasures as I think the BasicGrey paper line (Kioshi) is at least 5 years old! It was created to be an Easter/Spring line, but I thought the crisp cool colours worked for a wintry feel.” Jayme Loge Jayme based her card on our monthly sketchy challenge! We would like to see your take on this sketch – CLICK HERE to share your work with us! Merry Card Making!