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Cathie Allan is back at it again with some FABULOSA stamping techniques! SUPPLIES: Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock, Clearsnap ink, stylus, white foam tips, Art Screens, Smooch Accent tips and Top Boss, Art Impressions stamps and dies, Tombow Dual Brush pens, May Arts Ribbon, Sizzix dies and Big Shot die cutting machine, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. Here are a few of the products Cathie will be playing with… Clearsnap Art Screens (stencils) Tombow Dual Brush pens Art Impressions slider stamps! Grab a coffee – and get ready to HEAT up those stamps! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8SGudxbdH4 Happy Scrapbooking everyone Subscribe today to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine – DON’T MISS A SINGLE COPY! – CLICK HERE

We found this GORGEOUS Christmas card on DT member Tracy McLennon’s blog today! This card is created from Heartfelt Creations Celebrate the Season Patterned paper Along with coordinating dies from Heartfelt Creations!  To see all the details visit Tracy’s blog – CLICK HERE GUESS WHAT???!???!?!? The Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnivals are right around the corner! AND we are super duper excited to announce that is once again…. one of the ….. for our Registration for our 9th annual Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnivals opens at 9am MST as follows: For the EDMONTON show: on Tuesday, Aug. 2nd. For the CALGARY show: on Wednesday, Aug. 3rd. CLICK HERE for crop and class info. We have split the registration dates by location to make it easier for you to reach us. Register online or by phone 403.809.4888 We can’t wait to see you there! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right…

These are the CUTEST things ever!!! We have fallen in love with the NEW Mini Wobbles from Art Impressions! Watch this video for the details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xZDLIdc7fo Here is what wobbles look like in their packaging and here is a project designed by Sharon Caudle that kinda shows what the wobbles do. The turkey head actually wobbles around!!!!  LOVE IT!!!!! Visit Art Impressions today for more information and to get your next project wobbling! Happy Scrapbooking everyone SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

#imbringingbirthdaysback It’s a movement. A movement supported by Shannon West and Stampin’ Up! A movement to make sure that people feel the love on their birthdays with handmade cards. It seems to be a perfect match for me. And certainly I don’t need another excuse to create a card. When Stampin’ Up! released the 2016 Occasions catalogue, I knew that I needed the Balloon Bouquet punch but I didn’t take it out of the package until now… and now I can’t stop playing with them. There are two balloon sizes in this punch. In addition, there’s an even smaller balloon punch with the Party Punch pack. I mean, really… these balloons will never get old. To create this card, I heat embossed several gold balloons from the Balloon Celebration stamp set on watercolour paper. Using my Stampin’ Up! markers and an Aquapainter, I coloured the balloons. After punching them out,…

Hello Creative Scrapbookers! Kim Gowdy here with a simple but fun idea, that we have visited before. I often like to find ways to bring trends into the stash I already have if possible. There is no denying that adult colouring is a huge trend! Here is my twist from my own scrapbook stash. I made these cards by stamping images from my Impression Obsession stamps onto Core’dinations Glitter Paper. Use a multi-surface ink like Clearsnap ColorBox Chalk Inks, I used Charcoal. Let it dry…it WILL take longer than on regular paper…be patient. Once it’s dry I grabbed my Chameleon Pens and coloured away…it was so fun! The alcohol inks flowed beautifully on the glitter paper and dried very quickly. Here is a third quick card I made while I had the glitter cardstock out. I took the arrows from this Stampin’ Up/Sizzix die set and cut them out of the…

Hi ALL! Kim Gowdy here with a quick card share! Trying to get my head out of winter; so I’ve had fun creating a card, using this leaf stamp and sentiment stamp from Magenta. The card kind of reminds me of a tropical destination [NOT on my calendar] and warms my winter heart. All of the colour applied to the card was done with Sakura’s CRAY-PAS oil pastels and some yellow was added to the background with Sakura’s Koi watercolor brush pens. The oil pastels were quite fun to play with. They layer and blend so smoothly. I added a few colours and used a piece of paper towel on my finger to blend and kept layering until I was happy…SO EASY. The colors are soft yet vibrant…I look forward to more creative time with them. Have a CREATIVE day!

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!

Stamping Wood Slices Hello. Good morning Jack Frost. Hello world! It wasn’t until December that it arrived, but the snow has fallen in Newfoundland and will undoubtedly remain until long into Spring. If you are like me, you are enjoying the Season already as you trim the tree, attend parades, dance at the office holiday parties and, of course, send out a gazillion Christmas and holiday cards. But I quite like it. The cold invites me to stay inside next to my fireplace and craft the night away. I created this card with a new fancy die called Sleigh Rides created by Stampin’ Up! as well as the Softly Falling Textured embossing folder (a must get). It was easy, not to mention gorgeous. The iridescent ice glimmer paper looks exactly like snow. Every year I make each of my children a personalized ornament. This year I gathered the clear bulbs…

Hello everyone! It’s Kelly Klapstein here today. I thought for December I would change things up a bit and design a card sketch for the Sketchy Challenge, hoping that everyone would enjoy making Christmas cards. Here is my card: I used Creative Memories papers, Border Punch System and pen. With the leftover confetti bits from the border punch, I added them as ‘snowball’ embellishments. I used the Creative Memories marker to doodle on the 3 white triangle trees and to write my sentiment “let it snow.” Here are some samples of more cards that my friends made last weekend using the sketch: As you can see, the creative possibilities for this card sketch are limitless! I hope you join in the fun… because we will also be featuring many of your Christmas cards on Facebook and Instagram too! Remember to upload all your cards and layouts to the Sketchy Gallery!…