Wednesday, April 29, 2009
How long have you been scrapbooking - what do your first pages look like - do you have sticker sneezes all over them. You know what I mean - you scrapped all your pictures - some are even cut into shapes and then you filled in all the white space with stickers randomly stuck on your page. I know I have some pages like that!
So here is the deal - I want to see those sneezes and I want to see where you are in your scrapbooking now - post two photos (or links to photos) in the comment section and you could go from Stickers to Stick-Ons. We will randomly select a winner to send a prize package of Stick-Ons.
Monday, April 27, 2009
Anyway, I am rambling now - I haven't had a chance to try this new technique so I can't really tell you if it is going to work or not - but stay tuned - if it works I think you are going to love it!
Friday, April 24, 2009
I attached paper to the front and back of the Perfectly Shaped page, which required some fast work with a craft knife. I used some Scenic Route paper for the front and some plain red cardstock for the back. Then I used a MOSD Stacker collection for the "title." I attached the acetate strip to the front of the card with some brads. I stamped "you & me" with a with some Staz-on ink.
To make the chipboard page into a card, I cut a piece of printed cardstock to size, then scored it at 1/2" from the top. I used a tape runner to attach that scored flap to the back of the chipboard page, thus making a hinge. And TA-DA, a card!
Friday, April 17, 2009
I ended up using parts from several Easter Stacker Collections to make this page. Can you see how I attached the transparency from one of the monogram sets to the top of the flower? Cool, huh?! I also used the Celebrating transparency from another set, and the cross from yet another!
What can you make from your Stackers?
Monday, April 13, 2009
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Friday, April 10, 2009
I had a Petite (key chain) album from MOSD in my stash and thought it would make a cool swatch book for my Tim Holtz Distress Inks. The album is 2x2 and comes with two clear covers and four chipboard pages. I used some scrap chipboard left over from another MOSD project to make some extra pages for my swatch book. The chipboard was easy to cut with my Fiskars trimmer and I rounded the corners with my Round-it-All tool.
I covered each page with white cardstock (from the scrap bag!) and then stamped an image with each ink color, then labeled the pages with a Zig pen. Easy peasy! I used some black Staz-On ink to decorate the little clear acrylic covers.
Monday, April 6, 2009
We love what Melissa did with one of MOSD's word books! Check out LPA today!
Friday, April 3, 2009
I've been working through my older photos, and am up to 2004. I found these photos from Easter, and had an idea to scrap them using a clear background page.
MOSD sells clear "cover sets" in various sizes, and 12x2 is one of the sizes you can order. I only had one in my stash, so I knew I had to get the page right the first time! (The reason I was a bit worried, is that I ruined a 6x6 cover the other day!)
This is the page I came up with.
I painted the edges of the clear 12x12 cover to make it stand out. Then I distressed some Rusty Pickle Chocolate Bunnies paper (found at the San Diego Expo last summer!) and added that to the clear cover. I simply used my ATG for adhesive. It sticks very well to the acrylic.
I found some blue Thickers in my stash to use for the title. I also found the basket in my button bin. Not sure who needs a huge basket button, but I had one! I snipped off the back and attached it to the page with a Glue Dot. I punched a few eggs with a small punch, and added a flower to jazz up the basket.
I hope you'll give clear pages a try!