Hello, Connie Nichol here today with a fall layout featuring some gorgeous Momenta textured cardstock that has a dreamy water colour look. The cardstock comes in an 8×8 paper pad with three sheets of each design. The colours will go with almost everything. I put two of the 8×8 cardstock sheets in opposite corners on a sheet of 12×12 cardstock and then filled in the corners with some shimmery Art-C paint and a self adhesive stencil. Because hey, who doesn’t like to play with shimmery paint? This stuff is gorgeous. And the colour stops my heart. I filled in what was left of the gap between the stenciled paint and the cardstock with a piece of May Arts gingham ribbon, and then mounted my photograph. (P.S. By the way, especially for Canadians, I had this 8×8 photo enlargement printed at www.blacks.ca for 99 cents on a sale last month. I am super…
Check out Tracy McLennon’s take on our Sept Sketch featuring Creative Memories! Tracy created this layout using the Creative Memories Hello Baby Girl Collection – patterned paper, cardstock stickers, alphabet stickers and journaling cards. She also used the Creative Memories Original Border Makers System – the Button chain border maker. She stuck the entire layout together using Tombow adhesives Here is the sketch Tracy based her layout on! JOIN our Sketchy Gallery! We want to see your take – CLICK HERE To see more details on Tracy’s layout visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!
Hello Creative Scrapbookers! Kim gowdy here today! Just a quick blog post sharing my take on the May Sketch, designed by Kelly Klapstein. I used the awesome Coffee Talk collection from Heartfelt Creations to pull my layout together. I loved this collection form the first time I saw it, especially the stamps and dies! As always, I LOVE playing with these sketches…especially when I am in a creative funk! Other products used to complete my page: twine from May Arts Ribbon, India Ink from Clearsnap, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, older Stampin’ Up felt flowers & brads and unknown vellum. Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek. Be sure to find your way to our Sketchy Gallery to see lots more inspiration from this month’s sketch and all previous months. Happy Scrapbooking SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!
Here is Tracy McLennon’s take on our May Sketch featuring BoBunny and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Tracy put this layout together using the BoBunny Beautiful Dreamer collection She stuck it all down using products from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Here is the sketch she based her design on. I hope you are able to play along with the May Sketch Challenge this month! We would love for you to join our sketchy community! Happy Scrappin To See More of Tracy’s work visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!
Here is Tracy McLennon’s take on our April Sketchy Challenge featuring Simple Stories Tracy put this layout together using the Simple Stories YOU ARE HERE collection Here is the sketch she based her design on. I hope you are able to play along with the April Sketchy Challenge this month! We would love for you to join our sketchy community! Happy Scrappin To See More of Tracy’s work visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!
Hello! Kim here, just logging in to share my take on this month’s Sketchy Challenge! This month, for the most part, I stayed true to Kelly’s sketch. As always, a sketch is a fun place to start creating from…especially if your mojo is on hiatus. I pulled out my “A Year to Remember” collection from Creative Memories, and had fun going through the many different embellishments to find the ones that I felt worked best. I really like the colour palette of this collection, and look forward to pulling it out again. Here’s a detail shot of the banners. I cut between each banner, so I could add some texture and movement to it. I also curled and distressed the edge of some of my paper…I love texture and layers, but still need my pages to be flat enough to fit in my albums. Another layer I have added but…
Here is Tracy McLennon’s take on our March Sketchy Challenge featuring Stampin’ Up! and May Arts Ribbon. SUPPLIES: Stampin’ Up! English Garden collection and May Arts Ribbon. Here is the sketch she based her design on. I hope you are able to play along with the March Sketchy Challenge this month! We would love for you to join our sketchy community! Happy Scrappin To See More of Tracy’s work visit her blog – Scrappy Chick Designs SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!
Check out Kelly’s take on our February Sketchy Challenge SUPPLIES:Fancy Pants Designs patterned paper, stickers, die cuts; Bazzill Basics plaid cardstock; Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares and E-Z Runner; Brother ScanNCut heart. This layout features the Fancy Pants Designs collection Office Suite Kelly used the Brother ScanNCut electronic cutting machine to cut out the heart on her layout. The layout is stuck together using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares and E-Z Runner Here is the sketchy she based her layout on We want to see your take of our monthly sketchy challenge – CLICK HERE to join our sketchy community. Have a great Sunday everyone!
Good day Creative Scrapbookers! Jayme Loge here today with a few layouts from my craft table. I wanted to play with a few simple supplies and try to create a couple of layouts with them. I started with a few sheets of We R Memory Keepers patterned paper and coordinating sticker set, a few sheets of Bazzill cardstock and an American Crafts alphabet set. Here’s what I did with them: First, I started off using the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine’s sketch from this month’s “Let’s Get Sketchy” challenge – CLICK HERE to download your take on this sketch! I added the heart to the background with some ‘vintage’ Heidi Swapp masks and Inca Gold paste. I changed the orientation of the sketch somewhat and used a special old photo taken on a trip to Mexico in 2000. Back then, film cameras were still in use and disposable panoramic cameras were all…
Each issue Kelly Klapstein posts a double page sketch on our website to inspire you! Design a layout based on the sketch and submit it to us! Submissions are welcome from all over the world! You could be published in an upcoming issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine! YAHOOO! Here is the current sketch – you have until May 01 2016 to submit your take on Kelly’s sketch! Here is Kelly’s take to inspire you featuring some of our favourite products from BoBunny and Tombow SUPPLIES: BoBunny papers, stickers, jewels and flowers, Tombow Pens and Adhesives, Westcott trimmer and scissors. This layout came together using the BoBunny Heritage Collection To create the word SHINE Kelly used Tombow Dual Brush pens CLICK HERE for more details and to download your take on our double the fun sketchy challenge. Get your double page sketchy on!