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I love submission calls! Often when I am out of creative ideas, a page call is just the thing to spark ideas! For the Spring issue of Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine (PICK YOURS UP TODAY) there is a fun loving article for Tye Dye you won’t want to miss! For the TIE DYE page call, my first thought was how to create the look using products I have. The more I thought of it the more I realized that TIE DYE was more than just a technique, it evoked a feeling. A feeling of free spirit, happy times, freedom and just “chilling” with your friends! So these cards evolved… For the TIE DYE technique I used Ranger Distress Ink Refills and Perfect Pearl Mists. I chose these inks because they are very reactive with water or water based products such as the Pearl Mists, which allow them to flow, move and…

Hello Canadian Scrapbookers! Kelly here to share with you today some projects made with Bo Bunny products.  Now who doesn’t love Bo Bunny?  They always come up with the most wonderful collections with patterns that are so versatile and eye-catching.  I love crafting with Bo Bunny! Here is a layout I designed using the winter collection “Powder Mountain,” which I received in a kit from ScrapThat!, a Canadian kit club. Another fall/winter collection is “Love Letters.”  I used the matching Bo Bunny chipboard stickers to add dimension to my layout. I made a video on how I created this layout.  Click HERE to watch the video The new spring collections are just arriving in stores, and I couldn’t be more excited!  Here is a layout I made with “Prairie Chic.” If you’d like to see how I designed this layout, here is a video you can watch…

Thinking of You Card by Jayme Loge First the steps: Start by stamping a background onto some cardstock, using waterproof ink. I used Clearsnap’s Archival Dye inks for this step. I stamped two images in the background (the small dots are a Hero Arts for Doodlebug Designs stamp, and the script is by Stampin’ Up!). Next, get ready for some inky fun! I took a used dryer sheet and cut it into 2″ squares, and spritzed them with three colours of Clearsnap  Smooch Spritz. Once they were dry, I mod podged them over top of the background I stamped earlier. Once it was dry, I tore off edges and tied some ribbon around it before attaching it to an embossed background. I punched the butterfly out of a double sided adhesive sheet and applied some Clearsnap glitter to it, then attached it to the ribbon. Last step was stamping…