Do you ever CASE a project? CASE means Copy And Share Everything. It’s my favorite way of creating cards. The funny thing is, my project always looks very different at the end. I guess for me, it’s more of a starting point. Kelly Holbrook used a challenge called “Case Study” to create this wonderful baby […]
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Need a cute idea for a Halloween Costume? Why not start with a mask? This amazing project is easy and fun to make. You will be the hit of the party! Melinda Spinks created this priceless mask. Be sure to visit The Scrap Farm for more of her inspirational ideas. Use purple and black cardstock […]
While visiting the Clear Scraps Blog, I discovered this adorable baby girl dress album. I’d like to send out a big thank you to Clear Scraps for allowing us to share this precious project with you today. I highly recommend visiting their blog. You will truly be inspired. Who wouldn’t be thrilled to receive this adorable album. Mom is going to be impressed […]
LeAnn shares some great information on a tool for cutting and sealing the ends of ribbon! Thanks for sharing LeAnn! To see more information about the i-magicut Ribbon Cutter from Imaginisce, go here.
The iRock hot-fix gem setting tool is multi-faceted. The battery-powered tool conducts heat through the tip and channels it through to the back of the gem where the adhesive melts and then fuses to paper, fabric, wood, or other porous surfaces. Add bling to about anything. Just imagine. Here is the link to the i-rock […]
Having trouble with a color scheme for your layout? Look around your house! You probably decorated your home with the colors that you love. The color scheme from this layout were inspired by different colors from a patio. The colors were from flowers, pillows, and even a few throw blankets on the patio chairs. […]
This week Imaginisce is launching their new line called Hello, Cupcake! online. This is a fun line with great colors that are gender neutral for any birthday occasion. The collection consists of 6 12×12 double-sided pattern papers, 6 stamps, 4 sticker sets, die cuts and a 6×6 paper pad. Double-sided 12×12 papers: […]