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Connie Nichol is on our latest web show designing pinwheels and textured flamingos on a summery fun card and layout! This project will have you smiling! Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmArFBzOk4A&t=41s SUPPLIES Echo Park Paper Co. Patterned Paper Echo Park Paper Co. Stencil Brea Reese Texture Paste Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L DodzBe sure to follow Creative Scrapbooker Magazine on YouTube! Do not miss a single video! CLICK HERE Happy Scrapbooking Everyone!Subscribe today to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine

Birthday Fishes Card by Kerry Engel A colleague at work was having a special birthday so I decided to make an extra large card that would accommodate numerous greeting from staff (it measured 6×12). I’ve been using my Ranger distress inks to make watercolor backgrounds for my hand lettering and thought it would make a great background for the fish stamps from Heartfelt Creations. I got a bit carried away making fish one Saturday night but it resulted in a very impressive shoal. According to Wikipedia “any group of fish that stay together for social reasons are shoaling and if the group is swimming in the same direction in a coordinated manner, they are schooling”. My fish were swimming in every direction and they looked really social so I’m going with shoal. When I was done I asked my husband, “now what do I do? How am I going to…

Check out this layout Connie Nichol designed featuring products from Art-C, Clearsnap and Westcott! SUPPLIES: Art-C patterned cardstock, large alphabet stamps, stencils, texture cream and embellishments, Stampin’ Up! small alphabet, Clearsnap ink, Westcott paper trimmer and scissors. To create the chevron background Connie used an Art-C stencil and texture paste. She used Art-C alphabet stamps and Clearsnap ink to create the title. Connie cut everything out using a Westcott paper trimmer and scissors! Happy Sunday everyone and happy scrapbooking! Subscribe today to our quarterly publication; delivered right to your mailbox.

Hello, Connie Nichol here today with a layout featuring Momenta cardstock and Art-C texture cream.  My youngest played team handball at school this past year and I wanted to scrapbook the photographs the school took of the team. I started with a piece of Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock and applied Art-C silver texture cream through an Art-C plastic stencil on both sides of the page. Don’t be shy, just smear that texture cream with a palette knife or an old credit card generously through the stencil.  It’s easy to do and just adds such a neat touchable texture to your page. Let dry.  It doesn’t take long.  I then took a couple of pieces of Momenta cardstock and layered them in the middle of the page.  If you have not used this brand of cardstock, you need to go check it out.  It’s heavy and beautifully textured and a pleasure…