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Peace Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fans!! Pam here today sharing how to create a Mixed Media Peace Christmas Tag!!! So let’s celebrate Christmas in July!!!  Die cut one snowman from the Snowman Box Die; adhere scarf and snowman together. Apply embossing ink to snowman; apply Marshmallow Rock Candy to top; place carefully into melting pot. Turn melting pot on and allow embossing powder to melt. Repeat for scarf using Berry Mojito Rock Candy. (Allow embossing powder to cool before removing form melting pot.) Place Argyle Stencil on tag; apply Peacock Feathers Distress Ink to top. Apply Antique Linen Distress Ink to top of prepared tag. Lay Bubbles Stencil on prepared tag; apply bead gel to top with palette knife; dry. Lay Speckles Stencil on prepared tag; apply Picket Fence Distress Paint to top. Dry. Cut piece of pattern paper to fit behind tag; adhere together. Add prepared snowbank and snowman to…

Hi, Creative Scrapbooker fans! Pam Bray here today sharing a tutorial on how to create a monochromatic Image tag using Ranger Tim Holtz’s latest Speckled Egg Distress products. LOVE…the Distress Glaze and the color of the Speckle Egg…oh my! Photo 1: Spray white card stock with Distress Speckled Egg Distress Spray; dry. Photo 2: Ink edges using Speckled Egg Distress Ink. Photo 3: Lay Floral Layering Stencil on the prepared tag; apply Speckled Egg Distress Ink to top. Photo 4: Stamp background image using Distress Speckled Egg Ink. Photo 5: Apply embossing ink over top of prepared tag; emboss with Distress Speckled Egg  Emboss Glaze. Photo 6: Die cut doily and border from white cardstock; adhere to top of the prepared tag. Apply Distress Speckled Egg   Ink lightly to the top of the doily. Spray white card stock with Distress Spray; dry. Stamp the Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Crazy Cat…

Hello Creative Scrapbookers! Kim here today with a fun camping inspired layout that I hope you’ll enjoy! I am blessed with a craft room and lots of supplies to choose from. That may sound amazing, but honestly at times I think it stalls my creativity, giving me too many choices. On this particular scrapbooking session, I narrowed down my focus and picked a few products to work with, which in turn forces the other stuff out of the wayThe products I choose to work with were, Echo Park’s Little Lumberjack collection, Elizabeth Craft Designs Planner Essentials and MultiCraft glitter. I started by adhering 2 sheets of patterned paper together using Glue Dots Adhesive Sheets. Using the die from Elizabeth Craft Designs Planner Essentials set, I cut out two pages for my layout. I didn’t stress over which directions the tabs would be. They could have been high or low on…

Hello, Connie Nichol here with a couple of cards I created using Stampers Anonymous cling mounted stamps and wooden mat minis designed by Wendy Vecchi.   The front door stamp totally  captured my imagination – it’s so versatile!  You can make it any colour you want, you can stamp it on the  wooden mat minis to add dimension, you can decorate it with pots, flowers or anything else you can imagine to make your door welcoming.  I was totally feeling a red door decorated with assorted plants so I added some MultiCraft paint and stickers to bring my vision to life. Here’s the stamp set and the coordinating wood veneer mini mats.  They are lots of fun.   Add one flower pot or many to your front door. The pearlescent paint by Color Factory (a MultiCraft brand) is very pretty with a lovely shimmer and the Forever in Time  cactus stickers have…

Hi Creative Scrapbooker Fans, Pam Bray here today sharing my Enjoy the Journey…Rule the World Mixed Media Tag. Most of us are on some type of lockdown because of the COVID -19 Virus and are looking to areas of help others or doing self-help like creating and expressing yourself through art. I created an easy tag by using products in my stash that you might also have in yours. I also included a few new ones that are easily available or that you might incorporate a product you have in your stash. I began by running a piece of mat board through my Xyron Creative Station Light using permanent adhesive. Apply Barn Door and Wild Honey Distress Ink on craft mat; mist with water and dab 5×8″ white card stock through inks. Dry. Adhere to prepared paper to the top of the adhesive mat board. Die cut the tag from…

Hi Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fans!!! Pam here today sharing a step-out tutorial on how to create your very own Blooming with Mr. G Mixed Media Tag! Mr. G is so stinking cute how can you resist him!!! You will find Mr. G along with my Scribble and Scratch Stamp Set over on the Blank Muse Stamp Site along with other fabulous products!     1. Apply Ranger Distress Tim Holtz Distress inks to top of the tag.  2. Stamp background from the Scribble and Scratch set using Archival Tuxedo Black Ink.  3. Lay Mr. G Heart Stencil to top of the prepared tag and apply distress inks. 4. Adhere a paper doily to the top of the prepared tag along with a fussy cut stamp image of Mr. G.  5. Stamp background image to the top of the prepared tag with white paint; dry.  6. Color Mr. G with Ranger…

Hello Creative Scrapbookers! I’m Jayme Loge, a proud member of the Creative Scrapbooker team, and I’m delighted to share some layouts and cards I made with Simple Stories adorable spring and Easter line, Hip Hop Hooray! I had a lot of fun playing with these papers and was so happy to scrapbook 4 years’ worth of Easter and spring photos. You can watch my daughter grow and change with each layout. The first layout shows my preschool Avery hard at work coloring eggs. I wanted to add a bit of mess to my layout to echo what was going on at the kitchen table, so I added some pigment powder to my embossing paste (from Ranger) and applied some through a stencil (Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz) and some just smudged around. The Hip Hop Hooray stickers and Bits & Pieces are perfect for adding quick finishing touches- LOVE that! Next…

The winter issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine has a FABULOUS article written by our Frugal Scrapbooker – Connie Nichol – all about Repurposing Dictionaries.  There are cards, art journaling pages, and layouts all featuring a number of different ways to use dictionary pages on your projects.  I love it! Here is an example of one of the cards you will find designed by Connie Nichol. Connie’s card features Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Stencils Stampers Anonymous Wendy Vecchi Stamps Ranger Grit-Paste Glue Dots Adhesives Be sure to grab your copy of the winter issue today! CLICK HERE Happy Scrapbooking SUBSCRIBE TODAY! to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine

Happy Day! Kim here on the blog today sharing a quick little card that was so satisfying to make! Why? Because I love dabbling in mixed media art supplies and when I can bring it into a card to give, it’s a win-win! First I cut a piece of Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock to work from. This 110 lb, bright white cardstock is my go-to foundation for scrapbooking and cardmaking. It holds up to everything I throw at it, it is my ‘workhorse’ in my craft room. I added a thin layer of gesso with an old credit card. I added 3 small blobs [such a technical term!] of acrylic paint to my Tim Holtz glass mat. I used a wet brush to add my paint to the background. Honestly, this step could also be done with a dry brush, it would give more opaque coverage. I like the colour…

Kim here with a fun project share using the Stampers Anonymous Merry Misfits stamps! Oh, how I LOVE these little guys! They are PERFECT for Christmas tags! The Misfits just make me smile and take a little stress out of the chaos of Christmas! Along with the Misfit stamps, I also used Ranger’s Simon Hurley Classic Flannel stamp, Distress Oxide Inks and a Shifter stencil! These products ALL play so well together! Have fun adding tags to your Christmas gifts this season! Maybe you could wrap up a Creative Scrapbooker Magazine subscription! Now THAT would be a sweet gift to receive!