Today’s tip shows 3 different ways to adhere vellum onto a project without any adhesive showing through! If you are a fan of vellum, or afraid to use it, this tip is for you! Thanks to Stacy Millet of Quick Quotes for being our guest host on this episode.
One of the most anticipated new product launches at CHA this winter was the markers to match the Tim Holtz line of Distress inks. These dual-tipped markers come in 37 colors (all 36 colors plus Picket Fence white) and are available individually or in a canister set. Use them for journaling or use the […]
I think it’s hard to find holiday-themed scrapbooking products for Easter. This is a holiday our family has enjoyed for generations. We always have an Easter egg hunt. We always have a traditional meal. And we start out the holiday festivities with Easter egg coloring. In fact, we have more photos of this event than […]
This is one of my new favorite products! Send It Clear card kits come complete with three pieces of acrylic, a clear envelope and stickers to adhere the card fronts to the back. They retail for about $4.99. And are completely fine to send through the regular US postal system with proper postage. Susan Frase […]
This is a look at a new die and an awesome cute project too! This project features a new ScoreBoards die from Sizzix. This is my kind of project – die cut, ink, add a little embellish, done. More photos are here: http://eileenhull.blogspot.com/2012/03/night-in-studio.html The Sizzix ScoreBoards XL Die – Box w/Lid, Cake Slice is one […]
This is a great product for new scrappers, those who need some creative inspiration, or those who like to match up shapes and papers from page to page. These are templates which allow you to create your page layout before you cut any materials. The templates are sturdy and come in small collections so […]
This is such a cute card: The vista through the window is clever and easy to make with Aquarelle watercolor pencils from Faber-Castell and I really like the detail in the window stamp from The Rubber Cafe! Plus, the designer has basic instructions on how to make it! Check it out here.