Dina Wakley Inspiration

Hi y’all Laurie here today to share a project I created using Kaisercraft Scrap Yard products from The Crafty Scrapper.

 Dina Wakley is one of my all time favorite teachers, I always try to take her classes when she is at The Crafty Scrapper!

  I created a flip album out of Bazzill Cardstock.

 

The cover is the Scrap Yard Specialty Die Cut, cutting it to fit my cover. Also added Scrap Yard Copper to the back cutting it to fit the die cut. Using the other Scrap Yard papers I made photo matts.

Thanks for looking!

<3 Laurie

Live for Today

Hi there! It’s Erica, and I’m back with a little altered hanging that uses some of the fabulous Tim Holtz Correspondence papers.

I started with a piece of recycled chipboard (a cracker box) for my base. Then I started layering the papers, adding stamps, ink, and embellishments as I went.

The photo is of my husband, taken when he was about 4 years old. He thought he was something else riding with no hands, and training wheels!

For the hanger and bow, I used a piece of white seam binding that I dyed using distress inks. I like to buy rolls of  white seam binding since I can color it to match my projects.

I hope you’re doing something crafty this week, and keeping cool!

You Make Me Happy Layout

I created this whimsical layout for the Design Team at The Crafty Scrapper.  I had this photo of my son Ryan and his daughter Paityn which I really love but I needed  a special type of papers to work with the photo.  These papers by Carte Bella worked wonderfully!

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I used so any items on this layout.  I love the paper that was like a doilie!  I used distress ink, pearls, ribbon, wooden button and a laser tag.

Please visit The Crafty Scrapper to see this layout and look on the back and you will find the items that I used listed.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Hugs – Ginger

Two Beautiful Hearts

Hey y’all, Amy here with a fun mini project to share!

Today’s project features a color combo I am quickly falling in love with from watching way too much DIY television – black, gray, and yellow. There is something so soothing and elegant about this color palette. The project I am sharing today features my two youngest children. Now, I might be bias, but I think they have two of the most beautiful hearts of any children I have ever had the privilege to meet. It radiates from the inside out and I wanted to show that with the project.

Layers upon layers was what I was going for here! I see that in others’ projects and wish I was better at it. Sooooo…since I wasn’t doing a whole album to show off this beautiful paper I decided to try and feature several of the papers in the layers.

I used Wendy Vecchi embossing paste and a stencil to give me some texture in this corner. Once dry, I blended over it with shades of yellow and gray distress stain. The heart is painted with red chalkboard paint and covered in glossy accents.

As always, no project is complete for me without some Maya Road goodies. Here I used the yellow zipper trim to create an accent on the saying I pulled from the Authentique paper as well as some Kaiserkraft flowers.

The background chalkboard is made by Jillibean Soup and is available down at The Crafty Scrapper.

Happy Scrappin’ Y’all! :)

Father’s Day Box with Laurie

Hey y’all! Laurie here with a Father’s Day Memory Box for you!

I was wondering what I could do for a Father’s Day Gift.  I found an old stationary box in my stash, so I thought I would recycle it and make a cute little box for my Daddy for Father’s Day!

Fathers day 1

I added paper around the box and Tim Holtz Tissue Tape  Commute to the edges. I layered different sizes of paper after distressing and inking the edges, then added my picture.

Fathers day 2

I love using the Tim Holtz products. On the Trophy Cup and Industrious Stickers, I dabbed a bit of the Cracked Pistachio Distress paint on them and Mushroom Alcohol ink to make it look distressed.

 

This has been one of my favorite projects that I have done as part of The Crafty Scrapper Design Team.

Thanks for looking!

<3 Laurie

 

From 6×6 Paper Pad to Simple Guy Cards

Hello, Tina here today, to share with you a few simple cards for the men in your life.

 All the cards today are made with the 6 inch pad by KaiserCraft called Scrap Yard.

The first card I made by just cutting the pages into 1 1/4 inch squares to create a background.

 

The next one, I added embossing in two ways, first by using embossing folders and then by embossing with ink and clear embossing powder.  Both of these methods added more texture to the papers, which gives it a different look.

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 For the third card, I used larger panels of papers.

On the first three cards, I used the punch out sentiments in the back of the pad.

A couple of the papers in the pad, had a metallic finish,  so I decided those would be perfect for this last card.

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 You can see, that all of these cards can easily be recreated with any pattern papers and would be perfect for many occasions!

Be sure to see them in person when you are at The Crafty Scrapper!

 Happy Stamping!

Tina

This Weeks Classes

Tim Holtz 2014 & 2015 Tag Class – teacher Carolyn Ross $25 TONIGHT!

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You will be learning to create watercolor backgrounds with distress ink and stencils. June 1st we will find out the 2015 tag we will be making  in this class, fun new techniques! Supplies needed: non stick craft met, scissors, heat tool, adhesive and water brush. Be sure and check the class description on our events page for any added supplies depending on what the new tag is.

 

Magical Memories Album- teacher Anita Scroggins $50   Saturday, June 27th, 2-7pm

MAgical Memories Album Cover

Do you have some magical memories to record? This album is the perfect solution! We will start with the Say Cheese papers and a Maya Road chipboard album as the base, but will add additional pages and lots of extra media to create an amazing one of a kind book. Using the Cinch binding tool allows us to create an album that opens on BOTH sides and measures an impressive 20″ wide when fully open!

If you have been wanting to learn to use the Cinch binding tool, or would like some more practice with it, in this class you will learn how to make your albums really interactive and personal.
I recommend Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive for covering the chipboard base of the album. If you have never used it I will be showing the method I use. Also bring a Tiny Attacher, Bone folder, black journal pen, white Signo pen, LOTs of foam tape/pop dots, and the basic class kit found on our home page.

 

Build A Bouquet- teacher Tina Covington $28   June 27th, 2:30- 5:30pm

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Come make three floral cards all using the Build A Bouquet stamps and die sets from Stampendous.  First, is a card using their pop-up die set, that will wow the recipient when opened.  Next, you will make a flower pot card, which is an old favorite of mine, and lastly, a step card.  You will fall in love with these new flower stamps and die sets, just like I did!  Please bring adhesive to include scor-tape (any size), small pop-ups, detailed scissors, and your preferred coloring medium.  All other supplies provided.  (Copics list, for those who want to know what colors I used: Card 1: CO, B000, BG000/BG11, R02/R14, RV32/RV95/RV69, Y06, YG17/G28, Card 2: R05, Y17, BV04, Y15, YG23/YG17, Card 3: R000, R11/R20, G43/G46, E44

Debby Schuh is  coming back to Texas and has 4 new classes that you are going to love! If you are unable to attend class, you may purchase a kit!
Debby can’t remember a time when she wasn’t tucking her photos and all kinds of “stuff” into scrapbooks… she still has her scrapbook from when she was two years old! After teaching school for many years and working as a staff designer for Anna Griffin, Debby now shares her love of memory-keeping and story-telling with students at stores and events around the world. Her class projects are known for their clever techniques, design details, and meaningful themes. She says she is most gratified when her students are inspired to fill their creations with their own stories and photos and treasures – to use the projects they’ve made!
In addition to a busy teaching and traveling schedule, Debby has had her designs published in many books and magazines through the years and is the author of the book Kids Scrapbooking… Easy as 1, 2, 3.
Debby feels incredibly blessed to do what she loves – travel the world and meet wonderful people, do a little shopping along the way, and share her passion for preserving our stories. She lives near Buffalo, New York, with her husband Dave. Their two sons are living on opposite sides of the US now… one in California and the other in the Army, stationed in Virginia.
You can read more about Debby’s classes and adventures on her blog at debbyschuh.typepad.com.

The “Debby-dori” Anything/Everything Bookmaking Workshop $55
Sunday June 28th 1:30-4pm

For years I’ve wished for a journal/planner that could hold all the different notebooks and information for my daily life in one place – after searching and searching and not finding just the right thing, I decided to create my own from a vintage book. Using the binding system of the hugely popular M   idori Traveler’s Notebook, I created a book that is exactly what I’ve always wanted. From there my mind started whirling with the possibilities for using this idea to make books for anything and everything! I took a small book and made a notebook for my purse; I plan to take a large book about France and make a scrapbook for my Paris photos and memorabilia and stories; I want to make a book filled with a variety of papers for sketching, watercolor, and mixed media… the possibilities are endless once you learn the techniques to make this book.
For this workshop, you will need to bring your own book – it can either be a book with a cover that you love or not – you can always paint and decorate over a less appealing cover. Your hardcover book will need to have a cloth spine like the books in the photo of my samples that is in fairly good condition, attached to the front and back cover – the inside pages will all be removed, so they do not need to be in good condition. For the supplies you will receive in your class kit, your book needs to be at least 5” x 8.25” (my Being a Friend book in the workshop photo is 6” x 9”) so that we can use a Moleskine large Cahier notebook in it. The binding should be at least ½” wide. When you make more of these books (and you won’t be able to stop yourself!) you can use ANY size book that you want!) Old readers, novels, and children’s books are perfect for this. I have found my books at Goodwill, but ebay and thrift shops are great places to look also. Please feel free to bring more than one book to class in any size to transform into your own “dori”.
Your workshop kit will contain papers to make pages and pockets and a “dashboard” along with fun accessories and the all the supplies to bind your “Debby-dori.”
Student supply list: please bring the following items to the workshop… 12” paper trimmer, scissors, ruler, scoring tool, craft knife, liquid “tacky” style white glue, strong tape adhesive about ¼” width, Crop a Dile punch, the book you will use to make your journal – don’t worry if you can’t find the exact book that you want – bring any book and learn the techniques and when you find just the right thing, you will know how to make it.
When signing up for this class, be sure and check the website for the list of optional supplies you may want for your book.

In Bloom Altered Book $65
Sunday June 28th 5-8pm

I’ve always wanted to make a memory book in an actual book, using both scrapbook techniques and art journal techniques… a cool place for a little bit of everything from special photos, page protectors, stamping, painting, pockets, sewing, and so much more – this class will offer a wide variety of mixed media techniques in my own “Debby-style” that can be used over and over again in your mixed media, scrapbook, and card-making projects. It’s going to be a fun class to play and try new things!

Using one of the Puffin in Bloom children’s classic books, with cover illustrations by Anna Bond of Rifle Paper, and products from Crate Paper and other companies, you’ll learn and play and create a one-of-a-kind memory book. Your kit will be packed with product to use – you’ll even get your own stamp set to use in the book. I’m going to use my book for pictures of happy memories of adventures with my “sisters” – women that have impacted my life from childhood to today with friendship and love! Can you guess which title I’ll be using!

You will have a choice of one of the four titles in the Puffin in Bloom series: Little Women, Anne of Green Gables, Heidi, or A Little Princess. The books are approximately 5” x 7”, and they are all about 1” thick, except Little Women, which is 2” thick. Please specify which book you would like to work in when you sign up. The book is included with your class kit. You can see pictures of the books at Rifle Books.com in order to choose a title. When you sign up, please specify which title you would like to have. If you already have a book that you would like to use for the class, you can still sign up and specify that you will bring your own book, and your class will be discounted by $10.

Student supply list: Please bring the following items to class… 12” paper trimmer, scissors, ruler, pencil, scoring tool, stapler, glue stick, strong tape adhesive (1/4” is perfect), distressing ink (I use a pretty dry Vintage Photo Distress Ink pad), ink-blending tool, non-stick craft mat, Faber Castell Gelato – Guava color, white acrylic paint, a brush, and a variety of things you might want to color with such as watercolor paints, colored pencils, markers, etc, and a favorite washi tape that matches the colors of the book ( for example: pale pink, periwinkle blue, black print, gold, sage green), acrylic block for stamping, black stamp pad (preferably a permanent ink like Ranger Archival Ink or StazOn.), corner rounder, an old gift card or hotel key to paint with, water cup. Optional: Craftsmart acrylic paints in Pink Chiffon, Robin’s Egg Blue, Pale Blue, and Ivory (pale yellow).

Atlas Travel Album $60
Monday June 29th 1:30 ~ 4:30pm

One of my favorite parts of a trip are the memories that we can enjoy afterwards by documenting the adventure! It’s time to gather your photos, momentos, and trinkets from your trip into this colorful book that we’ll make in this travel album class. Using the  new collection of papers and the cutest embellishments from the Atlas collection from Pink Paislee, we’ll put it all together in a way that features your best memories with the techniques that I love for including lots of photos and the “stuff” that tells the story of your journey. A new album and page protectors from Heidi Swapp will be the foundation of our book.
Your kit will be overflowing with all kinds of goodies to play with and to make your book your own.

Student supply list: Please bring the following items to class… 12” paper trimmer, scissors, pencil, ruler, scoring tool, narrow strong tape adhesive, regular tape runner adhesive, Crop a Dile (or 1/16” and 1/4” We R MemoryKeepers Power Punches), Distress Ink (I use a dry-ish Vintage Photo Distress Ink pad by Ranger), ink blending tool, non-stick craft mat, sanding tool, stapler or Tiny Attacher, foam squares, corner rounder punch, scallop-edge scissors, Optional: Heidi Swapp Memorydex 4 hole punch.

Collecting Happy Moments Portfolio $60
Monday June 29th 6-9pm

As I was designing my new classes, I had an idea for an album that would be both a book and a portfolio, but nothing like that existed, so I decided to create my own! The result is a super cool album with pages and “flips” and the fun interactive elements that I love in a book. Once you create this original album, you’ll be able to fill it with happy moments and recreate it in different sizes and for different purposes. When opened, this portfolio album is about 24″ across!
Using pretty pieces from Crate Paper’s new Craft Market and Confetti collections, we’ll create our books step by step together, featuring the darling vintage embroidery image on the cover. As always, your class kit will contain lots of paper options to use for the cover to make it your own. The little wood embroidery hoop finishes it off perfectly!
Student supply list: Please bring the following items to class… 12” paper trimmer, scissors, pencil, ruler, scoring tool, strong tape adhesive (¼”, or ½” and wide tape, if you have it), regular tape runner adhesive, Crop a Dile (or 1/16” and 1/4” We R MemoryKeepers Power Punches), Distress Ink (I use a dry-ish Vintage Photo Distress Ink pad by Ranger), ink blending tool, non-stick craft mat, sanding tool, stapler, foam squares, corner rounder punch, a special button to sew on the front cover (I will have some with me to chose from) and a needle.  Optional, WeR Memory Keeper Cinch.

For questions or to reserve a spot
call 972-923-3151

Wendy Vecchi Embossing Powders

Hey Crafty Scrappers! A real quick post to show you what you can do with Wendy Vecchi’s Embossing Powders and Archival Inks! If you come into the store, you can see it in person.

 

 

Match the ink to the powder when creating something like this. Wendy has several colors to choose from. These are the Letterpress Letters from Tim Holtz Idea-ology. Simply ink the letters, pour on the powder, and heat emboss with a heat tool until the powder is melted. Simple. After every letter was embossed, it was adhered to the wooden base. How about spelling out a loved one’s or even your own name, and give this a try?!!

Upcoming Classes and Events

UPCOMING CLASSES:

Whole Lot of Shakin’ Goin’ On!  $28 ~ teacher Tina Covington
Wednesday  May 27th 11:00am
Saturday May 29th 2:30pm

I have always loved shaker cards, but cutting and layering tapes to make them is frustrating.  No more of that as I have found an easy fix!  You are going to love it too!  In class, you will be creating three creative and fun shaker cards using some new favorite stamps and dies from My Favorite Things.  Please bring adhesive to include 1/4″ scor-tape, micro glue dots, detailed scissors, and your preferred coloring medium.  (Copics I used -Card #3: E00m R27, BG23, E35, E37).  All other supplies provided.

Terrific Technique’s Class $28 ~ teacher Gena Glover
Saturday May 30th 10:30am ~ 1:30pm

Do you want to learn more about dry embossing? Using your stamps and inks with your embossing folders? This class is FULL of techniques to learn about dry embossing, how to use a embossing diffuser, using mover and shaker dies, dry emboss wax resist and more. Included in the class you will receive the We R Memory Keeper 4×4 album where you will be able to stor your sample with written instructions on the back. This will be an on-going class that will you to add new techniques each time! Please bring to class: Die Cut/Embossing machine with plates…(Big Shot, Cuttlebug) if you do not have one, that is ok! Just please let us know when you sign up for the class so we can have one available to use. White crayon, Craft mat.

Terrific Techniques II $20 ~teacher Gena Glover
Saturday May 30th  2:30pm ~ 5:30pm

In this class we continue learning fun techniques to use on cards, in scrapbooks or any other papern  crafting project! We will learn 10 new techniques: using embossing paste and how to add color, crackle paste, heat embossing, emboss resist with gesso, Tim Holtz chalk technique and more.  Just like in the Technique One Class we will create a sample and you will have written directions to add to the back. 4×4 page protectors will be included. Please note: THE NOTEBOOK IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS CLASS. Please bring to class: craft mat
Simple Beauty $45 ~ teacher Gena Glover
Sunday May 31st noon ~ 5pm

I was SO excited when I saw this new book created by Heart Of Texas!  Inspired by Pam at Heart of Texas creations… I created this flip book with the Tim Holtz Wildflower paper collection.  It is perfect for so many types of photos.  You will completely construct this album.  In this class/kit you will receive a sheet of each of the Wildflower Collection, Tim Holtz Thrift Shop Ephemera pack and Tim Holtz small talk.. so much product to make this your own special album.
Please bring to class: basic kit, pop-dots, brown ink for distressing, scor-board (if you have one)
bone folder, scor-tape – suggest 5/8, 1/2, 1/4 (this is very important for making the album), ruler (Tim Holtz ruler is the best)

Tim Holtz June 2012 & 2013 Tags $25
~ teacher Carolyn Ross

Thursday June 4th 6:30pm
Saturday June 6th 10am


In this class you will learn to color tint photos. We will be using distress ink and pens to create beautiful watercolor images and backgrounds. Supplies needed: non stick craft mat, scissors, heat tool, adhesive and water brush (important)

Father’s Day Keepsake $38 ~ teacher Carolyn Ross
Saturday June 6th 2:30pm

We will be altering a hammer with alcohol inks and crackle paste to hang a 6×6 mini album show casing your favorite photos for Fathers Day. You will receive an entire pack of letters so you can customize yours for a grandpa, friend or uncle. Supplies needed: basic tool kit and non stick craft mat.

Vintage Flip Frame designed by Tim Holtz $60
~ teacher Carolyn Ross

Sunday June 7th 1-5pm

This class is packed with techniques and product. You will learn to alter the look of this frame to display those special old photographs. One page we will learn techniques with the new distress glaze and custom ink pad. Each student will receive their own pad to create their favorite color palette. Supplies needed: non stick craft mat, heat tool, scissors and adhesive

Wendy Vecchi will be here in less than 3wks. Saturday is sold out but we still have a couple of openings on Sunday.

WENDY VECCHI WORKSHOPS
More info
HERE!  

ATTENTION: Teens
Summer Pinwheel Banner $20 ~ teacher Gena Glover
Thursday June 17th 1-3pm

Come and create this fun pinwheel banner! You will be able to customize you banner (up to 6 letters) just for you! Open to pre-teens and teens! We will be using hot glue guns and must be able to work independently :)
All supplies included

Tim Holtz June 2014 & 2015 Tags $25
~ teacher Carolyn Ross

Saturday June 20th 10am
Thursday June 25th 6:30pm

You will be learning to create watercolor backgrounds with distress ink and stencils. June 1st we will find out the 2015 tag we will be making  in this class, fun new techniques! Supplies needed: non stick craft met, scissors, heat tool, adhesive and water brush. Be sure and check the class description on our events page for any added supplies depending on what the new tag is.

USA Banner $28 ~ teacher Gena Glover
Saturday June 20th 2:30-5:30pm

Come and join me to create this fun banner to celebrate the 4th of July! We will play with rosettes, and Tim Holtz distress glitter. Please bring to class…. basic kit, glossy accents, pop-dots,

Magical Memories Album $50 ~ teacher Anita Scroggins
Saturday June 27th 2-7pm
Sunday July 26th 12-5pm

Do you have some magical memories to record? This album is the perfect solution! We will start with the Say Cheese papers and a Maya Road chipboard album as the base, but will add additional pages and lots of extra media to create an amazing one of a kind book. Using the Cinch binding tool allows us to create an album that opens on BOTH sides and measures an impressive 20″ wide when fully open!

If you have been wanting to learn to use the Cinch binding tool, or would like some more practice with it, in this class you will learn how to make your albums really interactive and personal.
I recommend Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive for covering the chipboard base of the album. If you have never used it I will be showing the method I use. Also bring a Tiny Attacher, Bone folder, black journal pen, white Signo pen, LOTs of foam tape/pop dots, and the basic class kit found on our home page.

 

Debby Schuh will be here at the end of the month.

DEBBY SCHUH WORKSHOPS
More info HERE!

Tim Holtz July 2012 & 2013 Tags $25 ~ teacher Carolyn Ross
Thursday July 2nd 6:30pm
Saturday July 11th 10am

We will working with alcohol inks, distress stains, lots of stamping and altering grunge board. Supplies needed: non stick craft mat, scissors, adhesive, heat tool and a small brayer.

Disney Magic Album $65 ~ teacher Gena Glover

Sunday, July 12th 12:00-5:00pm
Sunday, August 9th 12:00-5:00pm
  
Are you headed to Disney this summer? Have you been to Disney and need to scrap those special photos? This class is for you!! Using the Heart Of Texas Flip Album,  I have created a fun album for you to save and share your special memories. We will construct an album from  start to finish. You will receive an entire pack of Say Cheese II paper, wooden embellishments,  gold stickles and more.  Please bring to class: basic kit, pop dots, score tape, scor board (if you have one), a ruler and pencil.

Botanical Album $38 ~ teacher Anita Scroggins
Saturday August 8th 2:30pm

We will create this mini album from scratch using a variety of different media for the pages. Using the new Kaisercraft line Botanica gives us the beautiful garden theme. You could use this album for so many different kinds of photos; birthdays, Mother’s day, mini vacation or just special everyday photos.

In addition to the Basic Class Kit you will need: Glossy Accents, White Pen, VersaMark ink, floral border punch, background stamp of choice, and bring your Cinch binding tool with you if you have one.

For questions or to reserve a spot
call 972-923-3151

Caged 3-D Project

Hey y’all! Amy here with a fun project to share using Bo Bunny’s new Safari line. When I first saw this paper line in down at The Crafty Scrapper, the first thing that popped into my head was one of those old circus trains…you know the kind like in the old cartoons?  This project is a smaller version of that idea. I got the chance to work on it while on retreat, so it came together much more quickly than it would have otherwise!

The shell of the cage is just plain ole 12 x 12 chip board. Once glued together I painted the inside with black chalkboard paint. I used the paper straws currently out by Jillibean Soup for the “bars”.

One of the parts I had fun with on the top was making it reversible. Each side of the lid has a design so you can set it back on whichever way you prefer and still have something to look at. Layers of flowers help finish off the top here. The ribbon is Tim Holtz crinkle ribbon dyed with two colors of distress spray stain to give it a marbled look.

Hanging from the lid of the cage is a tag album. Now I did mine as an album of decorations, but you could easily insert pictures to feature your own little monkeys. It’s just been so many years since mine were little enough to enjoy the zoo that I had to go another route! On the tag you see here, I laid down one of the Bo Bunny Noteworthy elephant pieces and used my Vintage Photo stain over it to create the shadow of the elephant in the background of the tag.

Not very many of my projects are complete without some Maya Road in them. Here MR bottles caps serve perfectly as the wheels to my cage, and buttons as my hubcaps.

 

All of the goodies you need to make this fun project or your own version of any project with this awesome paper line can be found down at the Crafty Scrapper.

 

Happy Scrappin’!

 

Amy

Disney Classes Times TWO!

It is so true that great minds think alike. Gena and Anita S both created amazing classes using the new Say Cheese papers from Simple Stories.  To try and cut down on the confusion – and to make sure you are getting the class you want – here is a run down of the two classes.

Disney Magic- Gena- $65

July 12,  12:00 – 5:00pm    *and*   August 9,  12:00 – 5:00pm

Gena Disney MAgic Class Photo

Gena used the Photo Flip Album from Heart Of Texas Studios for her album. You will create this entire album from scratch- and it is packed with space for your photos.

Gena Disney Album 2Included in your kit for this class is a full pack of Say Cheese II papers, wooden embellishments, Gold Stickles and lots more.

 

Magical Memories- Anita- $50

June 27,  2:00 – 7:00pm   *and*   July. 26,  12:00-5:00pm

Cover

Anita used the Oh, Snap chipboard album from Maya Road for her album base and added lots of other media to the mix.  Of course, there are lots of flaps and folds, pockets, and hidden spaces to put your photos and journaling.

Anita Magical Memories Open

You will be using the Cinch from We R Memory Keepers to bind the album- on both sides. This album opens from both sides of the base- measuring @20″ wide when fully open!  Included in your kit are papers from both the Say Cheese and the Say Cheese II paper lines, coordinating 12×12 Die Cut Sticker Sheet, multiple die cut mat-board pieces and so much more.

 

Really- you should just go ahead and plan on taking both classes. I mean, who goes to Disney and doesn’t have enough photos to fill two mini albums? Contact the store to reserve your spot in these amazing classes. Spots will fill up fast!

 

Best Friends Layout

  Hey Crafty Scrappers!

Laurie here with a layout I did with

Bella Blvd Classic Calendar paper and sticker page!

Layouts are way out of my comfort zone!

So I really had no idea what I was doing, but I think it came out pretty good!

I had all  kinds of ideas for this calendar paper.

But then I saw the 24/7 sticker and thought of my Best Friends!

No matter what we are friends 24/7!