I’ve been having so much fun with this pocket/project life style scrapbooking, have you given it a try? I can’t get enough of these little journal and filler cards. I was working on a birthday page recently, and needed a few extra. I made these up mostly using Kate’s Bring on the Cake doodles. I showed them to her and she said we could share them here, with you all! There are a few 4×6, 3×4, and even a 4×4 for you instagram scrappers. Enjoy!
Hi, Edeena here to announce the winner of April’s challenge: the random number generator picked Agnes Tan as last month’s winner with her snail layout, congratulations Agnes! Please check your messages at The Lilypad with news of how to claim your prize. And now for this month’s challenge.
Gothic Arch challenges are very popular in the cut-and-paste world, and have been embraced by us digital folks. There are many kinds of arch shapes, and here is my Gothic Arch template for you to try out.
Here are my examples:
Welcome to my BIG iNSD blog post! There’s so much to tell you about today that I’m going to start with a quick run down of everything that’s going on this weekend:
With National Scrapbooking Day right around the corner I knew I wanted to create a new freebie for my Facebook page so when I was invited to take part in the first ever DigiScrap Parade I jumped at the chance to team up with some other designers! You can read more about this new event over on the DigiScrap Parade blog, and you can download these That’s Life doodles over on the Kate Hadfield Designs Facebook page!
If you don’t use Facebook, don’t worry! Both new and existing newsletter subscribers will also be getting this freebie this weekend! If you’d like to jump on the hop from here, the next stop is Sarah J Designs and you can find the masterlist of all the contributors over at the DigiScrap Parade blog. Happy hopping!
Hey everyone, Jewelle here again! Last month I promised to come back and show a few ways to take a card from basic to advanced. Please don’t get scared by the term “advanced”. These techniques are definitely not hard, but they do take a little more time. I can testify though that putting in that little bit of extra time is so worth it when you hand someone a card and their face lights up over it.
Last month we went over how to make this card:
Eeeek! There are monsters on my desk! And they are PARTYING!!!
They must know it’s almost National Scrapbooking Day
Today’s new release is a set of cleaning related doodles, because everyone loves housework! Or not…. Spring Clean is packed with all things houseworky and is new in the store today and is - as usual – 20% off all weekend!
I have a new obsession: instagram. I’m a bit late to the game I know, but I finally signed up and started snapping away and browsing through all the inspiring photos there! Here’s a selection of my instagram pics from the Easter holidays:
L to R: favourite mug and a magazine feature on the Springity Spring kit, playing with yummy new pens, rope swing, Doctor Who bedding on the line and spring sunshine at last, urban exploring, kid painted birdhouse, Easter chocolate smuggled out the house for our dog walk, geocaching, launch of my digikits on Create and Craft, Easter egg decorations, Complete Cardmaking article, Angry Birds castle Easter bonnet!
Do you instagram too? If so, come and say hello so I can follow you too!
…something sparklingly clean!