Tag Archives: cricut

Tip of the Day: Attach versus Flatten from Cricut®

Calling all Cricut® users!  We are excited to have Anna Rose Johnson, project designer for Cricut, here today to share a Tip of the Day. Anna Rose demonstrates in Cricut Design Space® the difference between Attach and Flatten and how easy it is to use both of these very useful and helpful features. Thanks, Anna […]


Card with Heat-Embossed Die Cut

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a fun way to create a metallic finish on cardstock. I found this cute image on the Close to my Heart Artistry cartridge in Cricut Design Space and I knew right away that I wanted to use it on a card. I decided […]

Inspiration Station: How to Stamp On Plastic

Triangle Treat Box Tutorial with Jen Gallacher for the Weekly Scrapper Blog hosted by the Scrapbook Expo

Welcome back to another addition of “Inspiration Station”! In this tutorial, I want to show you how you can easily create windows for your projects with plastic sheets. You can dress up these windows with a bit of stamping and heat embossing. Keep reading to learn how! To stamp on plastic, you will need: a […]

Freebie Friday – Chameleon Pens

You Made My Day card by Ilona Crouse

Welcome back to Freebie Friday! This week we are showcasing the Chameleon Color Tone Pens. These pens are an innovative alcohol-based marker that give you the ability to change the color tone of a each pen. There are 20 different colors available that produce over 100 different color tones. Each pen allows you to go […]

National Scrapbook Day Giveaway

National Scrapbook Day is only days away.  We have a dozen prizes we are going to give away all day on Saturday, May 3rd. Here is a rundown of all the great prizes we are giving away! 8:00 AM Our friends at Sizzix are giving away 2 thinlits die packs.  Whether you’re a beginning scrapbooker […]

Every Day Boy

I discovered this adorable layout on Scrappin’ The Details Blog. I highly recommend stopping by for a visit. You will truly be inspired. I would like to send out a big thank you to Suzanne for allowing us to share today’s inspiration with you. Okay, how about some Teresa Collins? I love her Now & Then Collection! She has […]