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There is ALWAYS time to join our monthly sketchy challenge. Each and every month Kerry Engel designs a sketch for your creative inspiration.  Create a layout, card, canvas, art journal – whatever your creative heart desires – and upload it to our Sketchy Gallery. You can do the sketches each month or you can do whatever sketch in whatever order you would like! There are no rules. Browse through our gallery to find past sketches, check out what other fellow scrapbookers have done with the sketches and leave your comments on projects that you love. Our sketchy gallery is a fabulous place to meet and be inspired by creative souls just like you. w now have a facebook group where you can add your takes right to! CLICK HERE Nov Sketch Here is a look at the Nov 2018 sketch! And here is my take on the Sketch SUPPLIES I used…

Kim Gowdy is back on our show today creating embellishments using a border punch. A different way to look at your border punch system. Here is the cutest little album she created. Featuring products from… Creative Memories Original Border Punch system, BoBunny patterned paper, Ranger distress ink and Stickles, Tim Holtz Idea-ology word stickers, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L E-Z Runner.  Watch Kim create! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxcgxCuaPl4&t=6s Happy Scrapbooking everyone! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

Hi Connie Nichol here today with a couple of snowy projects that are being featured over on the Quietfire Design blog.  I started with some of the papers from Simple Stories Snow Patrol line and just kept creating from there.  Here’s a simple 8.5 x 11 scrapbook layout to feature a photo I snapped with my phone in the Rocky Mountains last fall. Snowflakes seemed like the perfect embellishment, so I used my Sizzix Eclips 2 to cut a bunch of large snowflakes using the Berry Leaf digital cutting file from Quietfire Design and layered them under the photo to form a snowy background.   I love this cutting file because it includes the solid background layers you can use to add dimension and interest.  Even though I used only a monochromatic white, there are so many possibilities for layering different colours and types of paper to get different…

Have you been playing along in our Double the Fun Challenge by Kelly Klapstein? Every four months we post one of Kelly’s Double Page Sketches on our website. You design a layout based on the sketch and submit it to us!!! We then choose a few layouts to publish in an upcoming issue or on our blog!!!! It’s fun and super duber easy!!! Here is the current sketch Kelly created And here is Kelly’s take on this sketch featuring Bo Bunny! SUPPLIES: Bo Bunny patterned paper, Maya Road twine, American Crafts glitter, Ranger Industries Stickles, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Zig Millenium pen. CLICK HERE to upload your take on Kelly’s sketch! Can’t wait to see!!!