Hello, it’s Stacy from Craftaholicmomma today with a tearful last blog post for Scrapping for Less. It’s been a wonderful 4 years on Teresa’s design team. I’m so grateful for all of the wonderful opportunities she has given me. I can’t say thank you enough for everything she has done for all of us. She’s truly a gift.
For our last post we got to do anything we wanted. Of course I chose to make my project with the new Doodlebug Designs Magic of Christmas collection. I used the stocking die set from Sunny Studio Stamps to make these adorable gift card holders. I picked two pattern papers and two pieces of white Cardstock to make each stocking. Some matching Bazzill Dotted Swiss Cardstock in coordinating colors was the perfect touch. I decorated them each with a Doodlebug Doodlepop 3D sticker on top of a layered oval using the Queen & Co Foundation #5 dies.
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Hey there crafters!
Kim here from @CardmakingBlonde showing off a super fun paper pad and stamp set. “Australian Christmas” by SFL has the perfect patterns for the “Surfin’ Santa” from Sunny Studio Stamps. They really go together well!
While making the first card I was on such a roll that I went ahead and just kept going so here’s another card with a lot of the same ingredients but a whole different look!
Also don’t forget…
Thank you so much for joining me on the blog today, I hope you will get a chance to do something fun and crafty!
Keep on creating,
Hi everyone! This is Debbie from Project39 Mini Albums and I am so honored to be doing a guest post for Scrapping for Less.
I made a super simple mini album with the fabulous “A Red Christmas” paper pad. This paper pad is done in gorgeous red and white with tan and green and filled with familiar candy canes, ornaments, and other great Christmas themes, but any of the 6X6 paper pads from Scrapping for Less will make a wonderful mini album.
See the full process in my YouTube Video.
Here is the cutting guide for the mini album:
Chipboard: (2) 5X7 & (1) 3X7”
You will need 2 pieces of cardstock to wrap the chipboard, use 2 pieces taped together of 7X11”
To cover the spine, cut a piece of cardstock 4 7/8 X 6.
I used heavy cardstock for the pages, 100 or 110 lb (5) 6 ¾ X 4 ¼.
Page 2:Flap 4 ¼ X 6 ¼ Score on short side at ½
Page 3:Pocket 2 ½ X 7 ¼, score on two short sides and one long side at ½. Flap 6 ¼ X 4 ½, score on long side ½.
Page 4: Top Flap” 6 ¼ x 4 7/8- Score on long side ½ & 5/8. Side flap 6 1/4X 4 ¼, score on short side ½. Page 5:Cut (2) 3 5/8 X 4 ¼ Score on long side of both.
Once you finish building the mini album you can have fun decorating the pages. You can replicate my design, or do your own, and then use whatever embellishments you have to enhance the pages.
You will see that you can make this as simple as you wish, or mix and match the different features to create your own mini album.
Have fun creating!
Project39 Mini Albums
Sure hope you enjoy Debbie’s mini-album using “A Red Christmas” from Scrapping for Less! I cannot wait to take my paper pad and create a mini album. I think I might even do one for each Christmas! I am so behind in Scrapping Christmas pictures!
A Great BIG thanks to Debbie for doing this for us!!!
Hello there crafty friend! Crystal here from Tawny Owl Paperie with the new November Sketch Challenge for the Scrapping for Less: Show & Share Facebook group!
Christmas is covered!
We have the absolute cutest kits from classic to trendy!
Why not make some tags, or send someone a classic cardinal card?
Either way I am sure you will find something in this kit to get your Christmas cards and gifts taken care of.
Head on over to the website and see if you would rather have a Double Dip or a Banana Split level kit…and don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter on the SFL blog!
Now onto our blog hop line up:
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Hello crafty friends!
Kim here from Cardmaking Blonde, I am so glad you could stop in for a quick peek at what is in store for this month’s Flavor of the Month card kit. The papers create a perfect starry night and this little snowman looks like he’s definitely making a wish.
After stamping the image out in Gina K. black amalgam ink I colored it in with Copic markers doing my best to create a night sky. I colored over the stars in the image because I knew I wanted to use the stars from the sequin collection I received in the collection to place where the stamped stars are. Finished the card off with one of the sentiments from the stamp set stamping it in VersaFine majestic blue ink.
I am so looking forward to seeing the rest of the cards/projects that the design team comes up with using this month’s card kit! Make sure to join us this weekend for the full hop and thanks again for stopping in.
Keep on creating,
Hello my fellow crafters, I am so glad you are here today! I cannot believe we are so close to September and before we know it we’ll all be staring down Christmas wondering where the time went. Scrapping For Less has been creating beautiful paper pads and one of the newest ones is “A Red Christmas” and it’s a must have!
The card above shows off several of the sheets from the “A Red Christmas” paper pad. I just couldn’t bring myself to cover up the ornaments on that main middle panel which is why I went with die cutting the sentiment and letting that be the focal point. Originally cut out in kraft paper it wasn’t showing up enough for my taste so out came Nuvo drops in white to make sure the sentiment would stand out. Also added some dots to the little tab at the top right.
Below is a pic of all the recently released paper pads. Grab yours before they’re gone!
Thank you for stopping in today. I wish you time for yourself this week to do whatever makes your heart happy.
Just keep creating,
Hi Everyone! Luci here from My Crazy Craft Life with these super simple super fast Christmas Pocket Cards! I also do some foiling without a laminator!
I am so excited to still be doing this series this year, definitely helped me to have my cards ready without having to scramble during the holidays. So join us each month and hopefully it will inspire you to work through them all year!