Saturday, July 28, 2012

Family Wall Hanging by Billie St Clair


Hi there!
Billie here with a family wall hanging for the Scrapbook Pal Design Team. 

I created this project using chipboard, Spellbinders Label Four die set, Basic Grey papers, twine, Walnut Stain Distress Ink, etc.  The letters and numbers were part of the BG paper collection.  The flourishes are an old Spellbinders die, which I inked with Coffee Shop Glimmer Mist

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Labels Four Walnut Stain Glossy Accents Chipboard Coffee Shop Glimmer Mist
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

A Happy Hello by Steph Ackerman

Good morning, Steph here today with a bright and fun new card. It's summer and I love using lots of bright, happy colors in the cards I mail during the summer.  I also love to mix my Cricut Cartridges and Spellbinders dies for some fun effects.


I used the Just Because Cartridge which is full of assorted shaped cards. 


To create all the elements of this card, use the 8th button on the 4th row.
To create the card base, cut green cardstock at 7 1/2".  This results in a 4 1/2" x 7 1/2" card. 
Using the Scor-Pal, score and then fold on the score lines.
To create the next layers -
Cut top most card layer (Fruity paper) use shift + card at 7 1/2".  Ink edges with brown ink.
Cut the next layer (black cardstock) using shift + card at 7 3/4".
Cut the next layer (dotted paper) using shift + card at 8".  Ink edges with brown ink.






Assemble the 3 layers together and tie a white ribbon around the center.  Then add some coordinating twine to the knot.


Using Spellbinders dies, die cut 3 layers from white cardstock, red pattern paper, and black cardstock to create the base for the sentiment.    Adhere the layers together and add to the card with foam adhesives.  This creates some nice additional dimension to the card.





Stamp the sentiment in black ink on white cardstock and cut the sentiment apart.  This is a great way to use a longer sentiment that may be too big for a card. Ink the edges of each piece and adhere to black cardstock.
Add the sentiment to the die cuts.






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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Another Pirate Birthday! by Jamie Cripps


Hi, Jamie with you today and if you have seen my past posts, you know that I am stuck on the Cricut Imagine Buccaneer cartridge!  I just love the details on all the images so much...and the little animals are just adorable!  Today I am going to show you how to make this card...





1.  Begin by adding the pirate ship shown in the first image buy selecting the image and then clicking on the +.
2.  Next, find the turtle image and then add him by clicking on the + then click next.
3.  Click on the pirate ship then click on the pencil icon.
4.  Resize the ship to 4.5" then click on the layers tab and then click apply.
5.  Your screen will now have two pages.  Click on the page with the turtle and then click on the image and select the pencil icon.  
6.  Resize the turtle to 1.5" then click on the layers tab and then click apply.
7.  On the main screen, click next.
8.  Follow the prompts on the screen.

Once you have all the pieces cut, adhere the pirate ship to the card as shown then use foam adhesive to pop up the remaining pieces.  Do the same with the turtle, placing him on the card as shown.

Add in a sentiment sticker and tie twine to the top left corner.

Supplies used:

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Monday, July 16, 2012

s{ick}? by Penny Ward

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Hello fellow scrappers. Penny here today with a fun card for someone who is under the weather. Super simple to make and your recipient is sure to get a chuckle from your creativeness.

Let’s Make a Card…

1) Cut a base card 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. Ink all around the edges.
Mask off about 1” by 3 1/2” section in the center of the card and ink this area forming a solid wide stripe. Cut patterned paper just a bit smaller, cutting one end as a banner. Attach to card base as shown.

2) Die cut border and scalloped circle, ink both and stamp sentiment. Attach sentiment with foam adhesive, and attach border near bottom of card.

3) On inside of card, ink edges as shown. Stamp sentiment.

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4) Cut a rectangle measuring 3 3/4 x 7 1/4. Score lines at 2”, 3 1/2”, 5 1/2”, and 7”. Crease at folds so you have a “box”. Cover top and front side of box with patterned paper. Die cut opening for “box” top.

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5) At the base card crease, attach backside and bottom of “box”. Insert a one ply tissue.


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White card stock
Stamps; Gratitude (Penny Black Inc.) Word Play (Stampin' Up)
Patterned paper (Authentique)




Friday, July 13, 2012

From My Kitchen To Yours by Billie St Clair

 Hi Blogger Friends!
Billie here with a project for the Scrapbook Pal Design Team. 
Sadly, dinner is one of those things in my household that I don’t really think about until it’s time to cook.  That doesn’t mean my family goes hungry or that we don’t have meals on the table.  It just means I get a lot of “what’s for dinner” questions!  So, I’ve created a weekly menu board to {hopefully} keep from having to figure out last-minute meals, cut back on the grocery budget and keep my family from having to ask “what’s for dinner”!  It’s a win/win for everyone!  :-)
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I have had this frame hanging around for a while, so it seemed the perfect candidate for our menu board. 
The paper I used is from The Paper Studio and is called Sugar & Spice.  It’s a super cute stack with embossing and glitter on most pages!! 
I cut the recipe cards with tabs on my Cricut in white paper, which my oldest daughter inked with Vintage Photo, while I cut the matching tabs in some of the more solid papers in the stack.  I stamped the days of the week from an old Close To My Heart stamp set.  After everything was inked and glued together, I laminated my cards with my YourStory machine.  My intention is to write on my recipe cards with a dry erase marker so I can reuse my inserts. 
I covered a binder clip with cut heart print, glittery paper, which was also included in the stack.  I created the note pad with some regular copy paper and added a piece of chipboard on the back side to hold it in place.
How CUTE is that apron?!  I just adore it!!
I’ve used the following products on my project.  Click the photo of the product you’re interested in and it will take you to that item at Scrapbook Pal
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Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you’ll stop back by again soon!  :-)
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