Scrapbook Club for January “Hopscotch”

Here in Missouri Winter is just now starting to set in.  But in January we are going to warm things up with this fun springy paper called hopscotch.

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Bonus Layout

Bonus Layout

 

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Card Club December “Snow Haven”

This month we used the beautiful card kit provided by CTMH.  This kit #G1085 comes with everything you need to create 15 wonderful cards, all  you need is your ink, cranberry, glacier and slate!

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Scrapbook Club for December “Snowhaven”

I so love this paper, (snowhaven #x7188b) I added the Black n Silver Glitter paper z1829 and the Snowhaven complements X7188c along with the Assortment Z3008.   I have this workshop available via a virtual workshop when you purchase this kit. 

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Card Club for November “Yuletide”

Christmas Cards made with Yuletide paper.

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I you have arrived from Beth’s blog you are on the right track. 

I so love this set of stamps, it gives you a taste of spring and all we have to look forward to when the winter snows melt. 

 

I Love that this can be used or many things, new baby’s, new job, a new home, the ideas are endless.  Check out this wonderful set with 15 stamps and only 5.00 with a 50.00 order!

its the little things stamps

For my project I choose to layer the flowers and used some of our fun new colors to do so Thistle, Pixie, glacier and Canary.   I also used our wonderful embossing folders to give it additional dimension,

Its the little things

For many other great ideas hop on over to Dana’s Blog

 

     
     
     

 

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Scrapbook Club for November “Yuletide”

This paper is so elegant, I just can not get enough of it.

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with this page I left of the red rose used it instead on a frame with some of this paper.  will show a picture of it at the end of this post.  Oh also to get the ribbon effect you will score your paper which is 3/4 x 12 at  3/4 and then at 1/4 all the way across.  then fold small section under.

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Bonus Layout

 Bonus Layout

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Card Club for October “Pathfinder”

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Scrapbook Club for October “Pathfinder”

Wonderful rich fall colors great for your thanksgiving  photos or anyoutdoor photos for that matter.  Enjoy!

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Bonus Layout

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Scrapbook Club for September “Chalk it Up”

 

This fun bright paper may be highlighted for school but you are going to love using this for many different events.

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Bonus layout

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page 5 I am still waiting on a photo used this for JD’s Graduation

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Card Club for September “Chalk it Up”

This was a fun workhsop, everyone needs birthday cards.  I enjoyed using the glitter paper to accent these cards.  I also used our  new score board found on page 181 of our catalog and a sanding block to accent the scored lines on the first card. 

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