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We love playing with tissue paper!!!!! Connie Nichol put this layout together using Core’dinations ColorCore cardstock – the spotted collection Magenta stamps – including this wheat and tree stamp Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk ink in a variety of shades May Arts Ribbon ric rac The Brother sewing machine Tombow Xtreme Adhesive and markers Watch these products change the way you look at tissue paper in our latest websiode! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2b8256DRbko&list=UUmuMGQnmXpsQs2hVMbe0E_A After Connie completed her layout – she went ahead and put together a card using all the left overs!!!! Get out your tissue paper!!!!! Happy Scrapping

Check out Desiree’s take on the Feb sketch featuring Simple Stories and Tombow. SUPPLIES: Simple Stories patterned paper, Sharpie marker, American Crafts Thickers, Ranger Industries Stickles glitter glue, Tombow Aqua liquid glue. The elements were adhered down using Tombow Mono Aqua Liguid Glue Desiree based her layout on this sketch. We would love to see your take on our monthly sketchy challenge!  CLICK HERE to join the fun! Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone!

Kim here with a post today on a cause that has become near and dear to Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine’s team. You may have already noticed on our blog and Facebook page; a link to “Hope for Haiti”. We also have a full page dedicated to the cause in our magazine, in hopes that OUR scrapbooking community can rally together and help raise the funds required to build an ART ROOM for the under privileged children living in the outskirts of Cap Haitien. This art room would be a roof-top adjunct to a school being built with the help of volunteers like our team member Alison Orthner. She has joined forces with LIVE DIFFERENT and CANADIAN SCRAPBOOKER magazine in efforts to make this dream become a reality. A place where these children can leave the hardships of their life for a short time and create beautiful art and music. Every child…

It is DAY#4 of a Taste of CHA featuring Tombow, Quietfire Design, Grafix and DCWV How it works 1. This contest is all about giving our sponsors some LOVE! NO sponsors NO prizes! 2. During the next 12 days (Feb 11 – 22) you need to visit 41 of the HOTTEST scrapbooking manufacturers on facebook LIKE their pages and say CS SENT ME. Joining their communities will keep you informed of all things good in the scrapbooking industry! What will you win – A TASTE OF CHA sample pack worth  over 1000.00$ of the latest product released by each of the 41 sponsors this past Jan at CHA!!!!!!!!!! WOWZERS! Lets get started! #1 – Tombow – Xtreme Adhesive – WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Visit Tombow  on facebook – CLICK HERE – say hello from us. *Please do not continually post the same comment on the facebook walls of the sponsors i.e. CS SENT ME – by doing this facebook…

The Tombow booth at the Craft & Hobby tradeshow has LOTS of team spirit! Many scrapbookers love Tombow adhesive, and their newest Xtreme High Performance Permanent Adhesive tape runner is exactly what it delivers….extremely strong bonds for all kinds of applications. Even mixed media artists are happy with its powerful adhesion! For dimension, there is Foam Tape and 3D Foam Tabs: The Tombow Adhesive Dots are packaged as individual pieces that are COLOURED!  That’s right…you will easily see your Adhesive Dot! You can also use these for embellishments, just as shown in the centre of these flowers dusted with glitter. Including all the adhesive products, Tombow also has an amazing selection of markers, pencils and pens. For anyone who loves to draw and colour, with or without stamps, Tombow has everything you need…and more! The Dual Brush Pens are water-based ink and are super popular! There is a marker/pen set…

Hello everyone! Kim Gowdy here!!!! It’s January and I’m already behind! Actually I was late getting my November 2014 Sketchy Challenged done, so really THAT doesn’t count! No worries I’ll get behind in 2015 too! My point is…it doesn’t matter! Scrapbooking is meant to be fun. It’s my time to escape the routine and sometimes chaos of daily life. Lucky for you, we keep our sketches in an online gallery that is ALWAYS available for you to browse and use! Just because we put a date on it, certainly doesn’t mean you need to create with it at that time! …so here I am to reveal my layout for November’s sketch. Our sketches are designed by the talented Sue Sykes. Play with them and share how they have inspired you! Remember…our Sketchy Gallery is open 24/7! Happy Sunday everyone!

Hi everyone, Karen Ellis here… I thought I’d show you a little something that I’ve been playing with in the studio recently. Stamping on cardboard!  I absolutely LOVE doing this. I use flat corrugated cardboard sheets for this so that it’s a hard, flat, not creased surface but you can use recycled cardboard too – just be sure to use a smooth piece. First, you’ll need to GESSO the front of your cardboard.  This does two things: makes a white surface to stamp on so, however you colour it later, the colour will be bright and vivid.  It will also make the cardboard less porous so you’ll use less paint/ink and you’ll have a little more playtime with it! Then go ahead and stamp your favourite images using a permanent stamping ink (I use Ranger’s Archival Inks).  Be sure heat set the ink or let it completely dry to avoid…

Check out Desiree Saskiw’s take on our Nov sketch featuring May Arts Ribbon and Sizzix! SUPPLIES: DCWV patterned paper, Sizzix die, Me & My Big Ideas hockey embellishment, Faber-Castell Gelatoes, Sharpie marker, May Arts ribbon, Be Creative Sookwang tape, Tombow liquid glue, Google hockey board image. Okay – if you need the perfect Maple Leaf die – look no further than Sizzix! CLICK HERE We adore the 1 inch adhesive flag banner ribbon from May Arts Ribbon Desiree used on her page! – CLICK HERE Desiree based her layout on this sketch. Our December sketch is ready!  Check this one out! Join our sketchy community to share your take on our Dec sketch – we want to see your work.  CLICK HERE! Happy Scrappin!

Check out Desiree Saskiw’s take on our October Sketchy Challenge featuring Fancy Pants Designs SUPPLIES: Fancy Pants Designs patterned paper, alphabet, label stickers and ephemera pack, May Arts Ribbon moose garland, K &Company Smash stick pin, Tombow liquid adhesive Here is the sketch Desiree based her layout on. Join in our monthly challenge! CLICK HERE! We want to see your work!

Hello Canadian Scrapbookers!!!!!!  It is my extreme pleasure to join you on this lovely Tuesday to share a little inspiration with you. If you know me at all from the magazine, you know me more as a writer than as a scrapbook designer, and true to my role with the magazine, I have some words to share that I hope will inspire you every bit as much as the scrapbook page that I will share with you! Here’s the thing. I have had a self-imposed creatively dry spring and summer and have not touched my scrapbook supplies since about January.  I am pleased to say some wonderful things have happened in that time. My family decided to build a new home and I pulled back from my work with the magazine to focus my energy there. I am a VERY messy scrapbooker and once we had our house listed I…