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Do you remember paper-tole from the 80’s? It was a very fussy art form that involved layering identical prints to build a 3D pictures. I love to make dimensional cards and there is a quicker and easier way to get a suede-paper-tole look and not waste anything! How to make two 3-dimensional cards at once: leave one Therm O Web Deco Foil Toner Card Front intact. use a second Therm O Web Deco Foil Toner Card Front to cut out a large flower for a 3D flower. layer the remaining pieces of the second card to build a stunning 3D floral cluster. Foiling made easy: Therm O Web Deco Foil has partnered with Unity Stamp Co. to create an exclusive line of Toner Card Fronts. The Toner Card front is made for foiling. You can have a lot of fun changing up the foil colours but for this set, I…

Hello everyone! Happy Tuesday! Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog playing with my Brother ScanNCut electronic cutting machine. Stickers, gotta love ‘em. They are the backbone of contemporary scrapbooking. They really deserve a shout-out for the role they play in helping us to tell our stories in our scrapbooks. Twenty-three years ago when I started scrapbooking it was all about adding stickers to your pages and they still play a pivotal role in my creative expressions. That said, stickers can do more than stick, they can be very versatile. I have a sticker hack for creating next-level stickers. Here’s how I create my own sturdier ‘cardstock’ elements from stickers, to help me to create design clusters that really pop. To create this clustered tag I needed different weights of the various elements (ie. Stickers). I create my own ‘card stock’ sticker elements with the Brother ScanNCut…

Hello everyone – Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog. I had an afternoon of happy accidents recently when I was playing with Therm O Web Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets. I ended up creating a card and a scrapbook page. I started with my MultiCraft Forever in Time burlap. I wanted to see if I could add the Flock Transfer Sheets to MultiCraft Forever in Time burlap using the Therm O Web Deco Foil Transfer Gel Duo. The Transfer Gel DUO works two ways; you can transfer flocking or foil using heat from a laminator OR pressure from a die-cutting machine. Transfer Gel DUO is a permanent transfer medium that dries clear and remains tacky for easy use. I spread the Transfer Gel DUO through stencils and laid a piece of the Flock Transfer Sheet on top and ran it through my die cut machine. A…

This new Therm O Web line by Rina K. Designs called Electro-Pop Neon is ELECTRIC!!!!! We absolutely need some of these Bright Playful products in our lives! Inspired by the original Rina K. Designs Electro-Pop line of inks from Gina K. Designs, the new Rina K. Designs for Therm O Web Electro-Pop Neon Collection allows paper crafters to combine adorable stamps, detail stencils and coordinating dies with various innovative gel mediums to create multi-textured, multi-layered projects full of bright color and dazzling sparkle. The StampnStencil Collections include stamps that can be used alone to create beautiful stamped art, with dies to create easy embellishments, or with the detail stencil to add Neon Enamel, Neon Flock or Neon Glitz Glitter Gel accents. Deco Foil Transfer Gel DUO, when used with the detail stencils, allows you to transfer enamel, flock or even foil to stamped designs in two ways – using heat…

Art  Impressions stamps capture real life for so many women. The confident ladies strutting their stuff in the Girlfriends Make the Best Accessories stamp reminds me of me and my friends when we go for lunch. I wanted to make the ladies a bit glitzy so I used the paper piecing technique on their sunglasses and purses. A little glitter goes a long way! I also tried something different for me, I applied Ranger Tim Holtz Oxide inks onto foiled Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Foil-Mates paper. It turned out really well. The inked and foiled background looks like a Vegas night sky. Here’s how I created this look: 1. Stamp the Art Impressions Girlfriend stamp on watercolor paper and fussy-cut the ladies. 2. Stamp the Ranger Oxide Inks on a non-porous surface and add water, using a paintbrush paint your stamped image 3. Stamp the image a second…

Add some flock and foil to your next Christmas card! Check out his fabulous card designed by Kerry Engel. I love the non-traditional colors and I just want to rub that Christmas tree! Kerry used a number of products by Therm O Web to put this card together. Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Premium Cardstock Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Foil-Mates Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Fancy Foils Therm O  Web iCraft Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets Therm O Web iCraft Mixed Media Adhesive The results are stunning! Kerry is a MORNING crafter! Every morning before she heads off to work she takes some time in her craft room. Once or twice a week she shares what she has been working on,  within the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Instagram Stories. Be sure to follow us on Instagram so you won’t miss what is cooking at Kerry’s house! CLICK…

Our design team member, Kerry Engel has been playing with the Quilted Poinsettia Frame Die by Impression Obsession and I am loving the results.  Here is one of her creations. She cut the die out onto our heavyweight Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock. The base of the card was created using some Therm O Web Gina K. Designs cardstock. Kerry Colored the quilted poinsettia frame die using Amy Tangerine watercolors by American Crafts. For the inside of the card, Kerry used another Impression Obsession die and colored it using Ranger Wendy Vecchi embossing powder. Kerry adhered everything to her card using Therm O Web iCraft Mixed Media Adhesive and Sticky Strip Runner. The results are GORGEOUS! Want to see more of Kerry’s creations? Be sure to follow Creative Scrapbooker Magazine on Instagram. Kerry shares her creative process on our Instagram stories. You will love it!  CLICK HERE Have a wonderful Wednesday…

Yahooo! Christmas card making season is around the corner OR maybe it is right now!  Christmas truly is one of my MOST favorite times of the year…and without a doubt, the card making that goes on in the next few months is sooooooooo INSPIRING! Recently our design team member, Kerry Engel, was playing with some Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel and she came up with this SPARKLING card. Kerry used the Carta Bella Christmas Market Holly stencil to create the background. Along with the Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Glitz Glitter Gel. For a final touch she added some MultiCraft Forever in Time gem stickers! AWESOME!  Kerry is a MORNING crafter! Every morning before she heads off to work she takes some time in her craft room. Once or twice a week she shares what she has been working on,  within the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine…

Congratulations to Jennifer Herman – this week’s lucky winner! Why Not Win Wednesday is here and we are thrilled to be partnering up with the wonderful team over at Therm O Web. One lucky winner is taking home the NEW Autumn Wishes Stamp n Stencil Collection along with glitter gel and Deco Foil Metallix Gel. Win the new Autumn Wishes Stamp n Stencil™ Collection by Gina K. Designs for Therm O Web! This innovative system allows you to pair the Stamp n Stencil™ Clear Stamp Set and coordinating Detail Stencil with any of Therm O Web’s amazing gel mediums—Glitz Glitter Gel, Deco Foil® Metallix Gel or Deco Foil® Transfer Gel—to add festive sparkle, shimmer and shine to seasonal cards and layouts. Matching Craft Dies make it easy to transform the stamped-and-stenciled images into beautifully dimensional embellishments for any project. This prize pack includes the Autumn Wishes Stamp n Stencil™ Collection,…

Hello! Kim here with some Llama Llove! I shared this little tag on our Instagram Story a few weeks back and thought  I could show you how easy it was to put together! Let’s Go! STEP BY STEP LLAMA LOVE TAG: Thanks for checking into the blog today, hope this project inspires you to try some masking! For more inspiration, get your hands on the latest, summer issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine!