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Hello crafty friends, Tracy McLennon here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog. Today I have a fun little birthday card to share. Here are all of the details for this beautiful birthday card. Project Recipe: Impression Obsession- Baby Bird Set (CL837) Chameleon Color Tone Pens- BV4 Blue Violet, RD5 Burgundy, YO3 Warm Sunset, RD3 Vermillion, OL3 Olive Green, BR5 Bark, BR2 Hot Cocoa, NU3 Fawn Chameleon Colour Top- RD5 Burgundy Ranger Archival Ink- Jet Black Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink- Bundled Sage, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Stain, Aged Mahogany, Antique Linen Ranger Embossing Pad Ranger Black Embossing Powder Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L- Crafty Foam Tape, E-Z Runner Ultra, 3D Foam Squares, This 3D Foam Squares Blending Tool Craft Mat Edge Distresser Burlap String Cardstock- WhiteI stamped my Impression Obsession stamps using Ranger Archival Ink- Jet Black onto white cardstock and added colour using Chameleon Color Tone Pens and Chameleon Colour Tops. Fussy cut…

What screams Birthday more than that confetti look!  Nicole here and I am sharing this fun stamping technique with a variety of Stampers Anonymous Stamp Sets and Rangers new Alcohol Lift- Ink.  This is an easy stamping technique that will work for any stamped image. I used Stampers Anonymous Crazy Cats and Crazy Things stamps for this quick Birthday Card.  Select an assortment of Ranger Alcohol Inks and Yuppo.  Load the Alcohol Ink Applicator with Alcohol Inks and a couple drops of Blending Solution. Dab the Alcohol Ink randomly around the Yuppo paper.  Use a twisting motion while applying the alcohol ink to the Yuppo.  It takes no time to dry so you can pop it right onto the Stamp Platform. Make sure you position your stamp where you want it and load it on the Stamp Platform.  Use the new Alcohol Lift-Ink to load your stamp.  With the stamp loaded…

Nicole Wright here today celebrating Canada’s 151st birthday!  I love Canada even more since today is also my husband’s birthday.  I always make sure he has a “CANADA DAY” theme card.  This year his card is extra special.  The paper used for the Maple Leaf and side red banners are 116 year old paper from his grandfather’s old book.  It’s ok, I have permission. I will be filming the HOW TO for this card with Creative Scrapbooker Magazine in a few days… while I am on vacation.  For now, check out this inspiration and get ready for this quick video. 1. I cut the Sizzix die cut Layered Leaf with the book page paper to create a Maple Leaf.    The side banners are cut with the same book page.  Each book page is inked with Ranger’s Distress Spray Ink Candied Apple.  To get that intensity I sprayed 2 times, drying…

Hello everyone – Karen Ellis here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog. I’ve been having a lot of fun playing with some pretty cool foil products from Therm O Web lately and I wanted to show you one of the cards birthday cards I’ve created using it. I wish photos did these foiled products more justice.  They are awesome!  The whole Gina K Designs line works so nicely together and each package comes with many sheets making it really easy for those who also like to mass produce or even coordinate invitations!  But, before I get too ahead of myself, let me show you how I created this particular card. SUPPLIES Turquoise Sea Premium Cardstock – Gina K Designs/Therm O Web Turquoise Sea Fancy Foils – Gina K Designs/Therm O Web Where’s the Party Foil Mates – Gina K Designs/Therm O Web Time to Celebrate Foil Mates – Gina…

Hello Friday, so glad to see you again! Hey everyone, Kim Gowdy  here with a quick card share for you. I don’t know about you, but April and May have my calendar FULL of birthdays and anniversaries! As a paper crafter, people expect a homemade card and honestly, I feel a bit guilty if I don’t step up to the plate! These birthday cards were all made using Simple Stories Beautiful Collection. When I need to make lots of cards, I tend to put away my ink and stamps and pull out collections of papers and embellishments!Because the colours and patterns in a collection are designed to play well together, it’s EASY to layer paper, stickers, die cuts etc. Before you know it, a handful of cards…. DONE like dinner! [Maybe dinner didn’t get made because I was making cards…just sayin!]I made this first card simply by layering paper and…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fans! Katelyn Grosart here and I’m excited to be sharing with you my Spring themed project. Spring has arrived here on the coast and the flowers are starting to bloom. So, with Spring in mind, I set out to create my project. By using a variety of dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs and ink from Ranger Ink, I was able to create this beautiful Happy Birthday Card. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage as I share with you how to recreate my Happy Birthday Card at home.To start, place the 4” Dashing Rectangle die from Elizabeth Craft Designs on a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock also from Elizabeth Craft Designs. Ink the edges of the rectangle piece using Black Soot Distress Ink and a blending tool with foam from Ranger Ink.Place the 4 1/2” Dashing Rectangle die from Elizabeth Craft Designs…

Okay – SERIOUSLY – this is one technique you just gotta try! Cathie Allan designed this card using a marbling technique for the background that is absolutely fool proof! This card was created using Clearsnap ColorBox ink Art Impressions stamps and dies Tombow Dual Brush pens Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Watch it all come together – you are gonna love it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNKc3jW7_Tg Happy Scrapbooking everyone! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

Birthday Fishes Card by Kerry Engel A colleague at work was having a special birthday so I decided to make an extra large card that would accommodate numerous greeting from staff (it measured 6×12). I’ve been using my Ranger distress inks to make watercolor backgrounds for my hand lettering and thought it would make a great background for the fish stamps from Heartfelt Creations. I got a bit carried away making fish one Saturday night but it resulted in a very impressive shoal. According to Wikipedia “any group of fish that stay together for social reasons are shoaling and if the group is swimming in the same direction in a coordinated manner, they are schooling”. My fish were swimming in every direction and they looked really social so I’m going with shoal. When I was done I asked my husband, “now what do I do? How am I going to…

Hi everyone!  It’s Kelly Klapstein here today with a card I made for a special friend who is going through a difficult time battling breast cancer.  Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I thought I would share this card with Canadian Scrapbooker readers. I pulled out my Close To My Heart watercolour supplies and pink cardstock and got busy! Did you know CTMH has all these wonderful products for you to indulge your inner artist? First I used a couple of the pink watercolours to paint the 3 heart balloons. After this dried, I outlined the balloons with a black permanent fine-tipped marker and also drew balloon string words. I wanted to add more pink colour to the plain white background so I brushed some wet watercolour pinks onto a piece of plastic and then pressed the card face down into it to pick up the paints. I like…