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These are the CUTEST things ever!!! We have fallen in love with the NEW Mini Wobbles from Art Impressions! Watch this video for the details https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xZDLIdc7fo Here is what wobbles look like in their packaging and here is a project designed by Sharon Caudle that kinda shows what the wobbles do. The turkey head actually wobbles around!!!!  LOVE IT!!!!! Visit Art Impressions today for more information and to get your next project wobbling! Happy Scrapbooking everyone SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!

Whoooooo’s Sooooo Cute??!! By Cathie Allan I am so excited to share with you this layout that is a direct result of me working with Creative Scrapbooker Magazine on their “Technique Taster’s Show” that is broadcast by Shaw Television and then becomes part of the “library of web shows” that Creative Scrapbooker Magazine has. SUPPLIES: Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock, Clearsnap pigment ink, Art Screen, embossing powder, stylus and white foam tip, Art Impressions stamps and dies, May Arts ribbon, Tombow Dual Brush pens, Sizzix dies, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. My series of shows was a set of 3 different segments that you will get to see in just a few months. For each segment, I created a project where I stepped out some very fun and inky backgrounds that I believe you are going to love. I kept them easy and “colorful” and you will be able to use these…

Connie Nichol shows a great way to add colour to glitter paste Here are the card Connie created Here is a close up of the colouring on glitter paste on the two projects Projects feature Chameleon Pens BoBunny Gitter Paste and stickable stencils Close To My Heart cardstock, ink, glitter gems, sequins and stamps Bother Sewing Machine to add a few stitches Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L – to keep everything together Watch how it all comes together https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NI4V1jfcf0 Have a wonderful Sunday everyone!

Learn some basic techniques when using Gesso as I have done here on this cute little card that was totally inspired by the very talented Christy Riopel! Thanks Christy! The base of this card was created using this YUMMY paper stack from DCWV. I love paper stacks – they are so packed full of gorgeous patterend paper and make mixing and matching a BREEZE! I also used Clearsnap Smooch ink to fussy colour in the details of this peacock or fancy chicken stamp from Magenta. What did we do before Smooch ink? Watch me create this card from start to finish – CLICK HERE! Enjoy PS – plesae ignore that one strand of blonde hair on my head that looks like it belongs on someone else’s head!!! LOLOL!!!! It makes its appearance around the middle of the show!!!!