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Monthly Archives: June 2008

Altered Trays

I’ve been noticing some beautiful altered trays around.  Some are wooden and some are metal.  You can make a great gift for someone altering one of these with your scrapping supplies.  Here are a few ideas: Karin, of Creative Chaos, made this romantic tray shown at right.  Such a pretty assemblage of collage items. I […]

Scrapbooking Class Peeks

Prima has announced classes by the "PrimaDonnas!"  Below are some details: Sally Griswold is teaching a Paintables album class using the Tea and Silk collection. Other products used in the project besides Prima: Bind it all by Zutter, Bazzil solid cardstock for diecuts only. Adirondack ink, watercolor pencils and waterbrush.  Photo shown at left. Where: […]

New Scrapbook Product Releases

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer is releasing a line of exclusive stamps for Kits & Pieces.  You can see them all here on her blog. Stephanie Ackerman, of Homegrown Hospitality, has released a stamp set design of her doodled alphabet in red rubber.  You can order it here, but I understand there is a only a limited […]

Scrapbooking Calls, Contests and Events

Method Playground – Design Team Call Are you a scrap technique junkie? Do you love to try new things with your scrapbooking? Method Playground, a scrap technique challenge blog, is looking to add some new designers…. perhaps you will be one of them! A bit about us: Method Playground currently has 4 designers who post […]

Trendwatch: Bubble Wrap in Scrapbooking

I’m sure you’ve seen bubble wrap stamping appearing on scrapbook layouts in recent times. The effect is really interesting. Here are some examples which may get you interested in giving it a try (if you haven’t already!). AK IceCube shows how she used a bubble wrap and paint effect on coasters here. Amy Knowles, from […]

New Book: “Postmark L.A.” by Teresa McFayden, et al.

“Postmark L.A. – Nurturing Our Need to Create,” is a new self-published book by Teresa McFayden, Pamela Garrison, Carolyn Peeler, Rebecca Sower, Charlotte Lyons, and Amy Hanna. In this unique, collaborative book, the ladies share their “artful adventure” to Los Angeles, California. They share inspiration, projects, templates, ideas and photos from their trip. Highlights included […]

Scrapbooking Tutorials

Split Coast Stampers has a cute paper piecing tutorial by Beate Johns. Claudine Hellmuth has a new video tutorial up on her site. This one is on how to make a background technique using Adirondack Inks. Another tutorial using Adirondack Inks can be found on the Art Declassified blog. This one shows how to use […]

Altered Playing Cards

Playing cards have so many possibilities with papercrafting. Check out some of the ideas below: Sandie Downey has been having a little fun using recycled playing cards. Don’t you just love the birds she made at left? She tells us the following, “I picked these up at an op-shop – they were a mixed up […]

Speedlink Saturday for Week of Jun 15/08

Here is a gorgeous free digital download from Raspberry Road Designs. Love the patterned papers in this one. The designers of the clear scrapbooking products for Prima Marketing, Michelle van Etten and Trisha Ladouceur, have started a blog together, “Fire and Ice.” The first featured artist, or “PrimaDonna,” is Nathalie Kalbach. They will be featuring […]

Scrapbooking Calls, Contests and Events

Inspiration Unlimited – Event   Inspiration Unlimited is a scrapbook experience that  you won’t want to miss! This is going to a be a wonderful 2 day event hosted by Teresa Collins, Janna Wilson, and Layle Koncar.  A day of make and takes by manufacturers and mini workshops with Teresa, Janna and Layle.  The second […]

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