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Kim Gowdy is on our latest web show creating super fun mixed media stickers using a variety of products. We especially love the title on her layout she created using the Brother P-touch PT-P300BT Cube Labeller. Grab a coffee and watch Kim create the mixed media stickers for her scrapbook layout. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSt7AvvhYII Products Used Included Echo Park Paper Co. Coffee Collection Echo Park Paper Co. Cardstock Echo Park Paper Co. Stencil Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Cleasrsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink Clearsnap ColorBox Stylus and White Foam Tips Chameleon Color Tone Pens Chameleon Detail Pen Brother P-touch PT-P300BT Cube Labeller Be sure to follow Creative Scrapbooker Magazine on YouTube! Do not miss a single video! CLICK HERE Happy Scrapbooking Everyone!Subscribe today to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine

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…

Are you familiar with FabScraps? They are a company from Africa and they have a ton of gorgeous shabby chic products including patterned paper, chipboard, embellishments, journaling cards and so much more. Here is a little project that Jennifer Hottinger-Sloan created for her sister-in-law. SUPPLIES: FabScraps patterned paper and chipboard, Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk ink and Donna Salazar Mixed Media ink, Clearsnap Smooch ink, EK Success punch, Prima Marketing flowers, Dee’s Distinctively Dies, Target frame, unknown bling and vellum. Jennifer used the Heritage collection from FabScraps to create this project. CLICK HERE to see it up close and personal Have a wonderful Sunday everyone.