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Monthly Archives: April 2009

More Ideas for Scrapbooking with Dollar Store Finds

To view our past post about using dollar store items for scrapbooking and paper crafting projects, please click here. Retta, of Foxy’s Weblog, tells us, "I always scan up and down the aisles of my local Dollar Stores for scrapbooking related items. My first stop is where they keep school supplies. Clipboards, sketchbooks and small notebooks […]

Ideas for Scrapbook Projects from Vintage Craft Books

I have this ‘thing’ for vintage craft books.  As a matter of fact, I’ve now got two series’ of vintage craft books from the 60′s and 70′s.  The other other day, Todd came across this collection that you see below, "Encyclopedia of Crafts."  It is from 1975 and has so many wonderful crafts. I just […]

Decorating Easter Eggs with Scrapbooking Rub-Ons

I saw the idea to apply rub-ons to decorate Easter eggs on someone’s page on Facebook, so thought I’d give it a try.  I’m sorry I don’t remember who it was (they weren’t one of my "friends").  If it was you, let me know!  Such a great idea! These photos below show the Easter eggs […]

Scrapbooking Contests, Calls & Events

Mon Scrapbook – Design Team Call We are currently looking for talented Canadian designers to join our creative team. Selected candidates will receive every 2 months: – A custom kit – A basket of products worth $ 25 to present a technique or a step-by-step project on the store blog  – A  store discount on […]

Speedlink Saturday for Week of April 5/09

  Happy Easter, everyone! Looking to buy or sell handmade items? ArtFire is another site like DaWanda and Etsy that sells handmade items from individuals. Hambly’s blog talks about Jeffrey Rudell‘s tutorial on making paper flowers and shows some made by Allison Kreft Abad using their screen printed overlays.  One photo is shown at left. […]

Guest Post: Interview with Male Scrapbookers

Brigitte Grant, DT from Scrap Sanctuary ("A blog with a Difference") has posted an article there in French on "Male Scrappers."  She has graciously translated it into English to be posted here on ScrapScene!  We hope you will enjoy this interesting article and interview with a few male scrapbookers. (Also, an article we posted awhile […]

New Scrapbooking & Paper Crafting Kits

Serendipity Scrapbooks  Serendipity Scrapbooks no longer has just 3 kits each month. We have expanded our selection of kits for each primary kit to fit more scrapbooking styles and budgets. This month the altered kit is bright and cheery with SEI mimosa products. The I deserve it all is a great neutral kit with DCWV […]

Paper Aprons

Jennie Thompson made this pretty apron out of paper.  See photo below.  It’s hard to believe it’s not fabric! Click here to see more photos and a tutorial on how to make one yourself.   Look here to see paper aprons made from old photos by Bellafiore as part of an art installation at a […]

Scrapbooking Contests, Calls & Events

Croppin Paradise – "Sketch It" Challenge   Create a layout or card using Sketch 135 by Pamela at Scrapbook Challenges  as your inspiration. Post your layout in the CP Gallery and a link to the Weekly Challenge Thread for a chance to win a fun RAK from our DT! Have fun and get sketchy with it!! […]

New Scrapbooking Products

Provo Craft has shown peeks of their new folders on the Cuttlebug Challenge blog.  Take a look here to see the new products.  Also, Kolette Hall talks about her new designs for the Cuttlebug here. Below is a peek of a new release, "Marrakech," coming out this month from Kaisercraft. Adornit Digital products are now […]

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