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Today we are looking back to our Spring 2014 issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine – Christy Riopel designed this breathtaking layout called – Never Give Up – featuring Clearsnap Smooch Spritz. I recently ran across this quote – “It’s hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember.” Christy gave us so much beyond her amazing art. Keep on scrapbooking those beautiful memories and have a wonderful saturday. 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.

What a yummy looking dessert!!!! and a darn tootin’ cute layout designed by Connie Nichol  SUPPLIES: Heartfelt Creations patterned paper, border die and cherry stamps, Chameleon pens, May Arts ribbon,  Clearsnap Smooch Spritz, Tombow adhesive, Sizzix Eclips 2 electronic die cutting machine. Connie created this layout using Heartfelt Creations stamps Chameleon pens for colouring May Arts Ribbon Clearsnap Smooch Spritz Tombow Adhesives Sizzix Eclips 2 for cutting out the title Now off I go to make that dessert! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

Jayme Loge has been playing with Clearsnap Smooch Spritz! We loved how she spritzed her layout for a DELIGHTFUL effect! SUPPLIES: My Mind’s Eye patterned paper, die cuts, alphabet and stickers, Clearsnap ink and Smooch Spritz, Art Impressions and Collage Press stamps, May Arts ribbon trim, Blue Fern Designs chipboard, Prima Marketing and Jenny Bowlin embellishments, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. Want to see more inspiration using Clearsnap products – be sure to visit their blog! CLICK HERE! Visit Jayme on her blog – Jayme’s World SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

In Canada, November 11 is Remembrance Day.  It is a statutory holiday in most provinces and territories in order to commemorate members of the armed forces and to remember and honour those who have fought for our country and our freedom.  It’s about respecting our past and thanking those that have served.    I grow many poppies in my garden and they always make me think of the iconic war poem ‘In Flanders Field’ by John McRae. To add some subtle texture and interest to the piece of Bo Bunny Heritage patterned paper, I used a Bo Bunny stickable stencil and smeared a little molding paste through it with my finger.  I adore the way these stencils stick, even after repeated washings, so the molding paste ends up where it is supposed to.  All the time.   It can’t sneak under the stencil and make a mess.   Then, I sprayed a…

So we are pretty excited to have teamed up with SHAW Cable to create our latest series of webshows – TECHNIQUE TASTERS! A new look, a new studio and as always fantastic techniques to get you paper crafting!!!!!! On this show Kim Gowdy shares the techniques she used to create these two cards. SUPPLIES: Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock, Simple Stories patterned paper, Heartfelt Creations stamps and coordinating dies, Heartfelt Creations Flower Shapig Kit, Sizzix Big Shot die cutting machine, Clearsnap ColorBox ink and Smooch Spritz, Tombow Xtreme adhesive, May Arts Ribbon twine. WATCH how she did it…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dMarVaw7sA Wanna see the entire 1/2 episode? This shows encore performance will be aired on SHAW TV CABLE CHANNEL 10 or on SHAW TV LIVESTREAM – CLICK HERE! This SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (oct 10th and 11th) at 10:00am!!!! Don’t miss it everyone!

Hello Canadian Scrapbookers! I have been intrigued and inspired by art journals lately. Although I am a true novice at this craft, I have been dabbling a tiny bit and learning a few techniques and about some of the main mediums. I am a dive in and give it a try kind of girl, so don’t look to me for authority on ‘how to’ and ‘you should’. If you do, you will be disappointed. BUT, if you are looking for someone to give you permission to try it out, explore and see what can happen, then I am your support team. Here are the steps to my first creation, where I figured if playing on paper and tucking it away in a book was good, then how awesome would it be to create something for the wall. Go ahead, and give it a try! What is the worst that can…