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Hello crafty friends! Tracy here and today I have a pretty little layout to share and a card I also created using some leftover bits and pieces featuring Echo Park Paper Co. Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L AND the Brother ScanNCut SDX125Here are all of the details. The first step was to create my simple layered background. White cardstock 10.5×10.5, yellow cardstock 11×11 and the pink plaid is the full 12×12. I cropped the photo to 4×4 and matted it in white cardstock, and added Creative Photo Corners White. Then cut 2 patterned mats that I distressed the edges on. Adhere these layers together. Add the matted photo and a couple of strips of patterned paper to the left-hand side of the layout using the E-Z Runner Grand and Crafty Foam Tape. I then added a few cardstock sticker embellishments around the layout, including the title in the bottom right-hand corner.…

Check out this beautiful card designed by Tracy McLennon. Tracy’s card was designed using the Purr-fect Posies collection by Heartfelt Creations which is now ON SALE! Get it while you can! That beautiful frame on Tracy’s card is also a die from Heartfelt Creations. The entire card was stuck together using a variety of adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L! Speaking of Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L – have you entered their AWESOME sweepstakes yet?!?!?!? You can win an ENTIRE YEAR of adhesives by them!!!! HOLLY MOLLY!!!!! YAHOOOO!!! CLICK HERE TO ENTER! Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

Summer is slowly slipping away but that doesn’t mean we can’t capture those moments and scrap them. Hello fellow creatives, Nicole here bringing you a scrappy layout!  I know… not my usual gig.  However, I have a new paper collection releasing with Wild Whisper called Tinbit Travels and I wanted to scrap with it.  I created these mixed media pages to mimic the outdoors with colours and texture.  Check out this easy layout for my Airstream, Tinbit. Tinbit Travels is about to release.  For this layout I cut every sheet.  Yes, that was surprisingly difficult.  I printed out a 5×7 Tinbit photo and gathered some supplies to get inspired. I cut each piece of the mixed media side of the Tinbit Travels pages 1 ¾”x 11”.  Because each mixed media page is designed with the textures of nature, I wanted to add all that pop of colour.  You can use…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! For today’s blog post, I’m sharing with you my Life was meant for Great Adventures Wall Hanging. To create my wall hanging, I’ve used the Adventure Collection from Wild Whisper Designs, Dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs, Ink from Ranger Ink and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and learn how to recreate my wall hanging at home. To start, you’ll need the Fitted Indented Square and Stitched Indented Square dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs. Die cut the 4 ¾” Stitched Indented Square out of kraft cardstock. Die cut the 4” Fitted Indented Square out of kraft cardstock. Distress the edges of both squares. Ink the edges of both squares using Walnut Stain Distress Ink and a Blending Tool with Foam from Ranger Ink. Next, you’ll need to choose three patterned papers out of the Adventure Collection…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! For today’s blog post, I’m sharing with you my Flowers are Always a Good Idea Art Journal Page. To create my art journal page, I’ve used a variety of products from Ranger Ink and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and learn how to recreate my art journal page at home. To start, you’ll need to select what size art journal you want to use. I decided to use the 6” x 6” Dina Wakley White Art Journal from Ranger Ink. Select where in the book you want to create your project. Choose a pattern out of the Dina Wakley Collage Paper – Background from Ranger Ink. You’ll need both pieces. Cut both pieces down to 6” x 6”. Use a paintbrush to apply a coat of Distress Collage Medium – Matte from Ranger Ink to…

Hello crafty friends! Tracy McLennon here on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog. Today I have such a fun little card to share featuring a cute little stamp set from Picket Fence Studios and coordinating dies. I also used some of my favourite Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L products and Ranger inks. I started by creating a simple blended background for my card using white cardstock, a Ranger blending tool & mat, and Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks. I was going for a moody sunset kind of backdrop. To add a slightly distressed border I stamped the Ranger Tim Holtz Early Espresso Distress Oxide ink onto my mat, misted it with water, and then drug the edges of the blended background through it. Let dry. This is also when I stamped the card sentiment in the bottom left-hand corner of the card using Ranger Archival ink. I stamped the super cute…

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’ve been looking at stamps differently lately. I like to see if there are ways that I can deconstruct the different design elements so that I can cut it apart and create layers.  The Beauty and Song stamp by Picket Fence Studios is a stamp that has a lot of opportunities to go a bit crazy with layers. Here’s how I put this one together.  Step 1. Stamp the image on cardstock and use the Brother ScanNCut to precisely cut the stamped image from the cardstock. TIP: This stamp has some open ends. The Brother ScanNCut scans the outside edge and requires a black edge.  The opened-ended leaves on this stamp needed to be closed in. The Brother ScanNCut did an amazing job of cutting out this complex stamp. I was suitably impressed with how it cut perfectly…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans Katelyn Grosart here today! There is so much going on in our world today and I feel that it’s so important to send cards to friends and loved ones to remind them that you are thinking of them or are there for them. So, for today’s blog post, I’m sharing my I’m Here For You Card. To create my card, I’ve used a variety of dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs, Cardstock from Creative Scrapbooker Magazine, a variety of products from Ranger Ink,  embossing powder from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and learn how to recreate my card at home. To start, die cut a 4” Stitched Rectangle from Elizabeth Craft Designs out of a piece of Cotton Watercolor Paper from Ranger Ink. Using a paintbrush that has a little bit…

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