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GO! On an adventure…

GO! On an adventure…

Welcome to some great stamping inspiration, using the stamps in the August kit – PenPal. The stamps in the main kit this month are perfect for adventures of all kinds. I love how Christine used them with white embossing powder, on the cover of her beautiful mini...
Changing my mind…

Changing my mind…

What does your scrapbooking process look like? Do you change your mind a lot, going back and forth between ideas, or do you know from the beginning where you are heading? I rarely know where I will end up when I start pulling out photos and supplies. My starting point...
It’s all about the stamps…

It’s all about the stamps…

Hello, it’s Anna here with some stamping inspiration for you all! Suz used one of the small stamps from the April planner set in a fabulous way! She says: “I stamped 50 cupcake candle stamps from the April Daisy Day Planner exclusive stamp set to customize...
Product Focus – chalk away and cut things up!

Product Focus – chalk away and cut things up!

Hello everyone and happy Leap day! I hope you enjoyed the reveal of the March kit – Brand new day. Today we’re providing some extra inspiration on how to use a couple of the products in this wonderful kit. Lisa says that she really loved the March kit when...
Edgy winner…!

Edgy winner…!

The January Designer’s challenge was all about journaling around edges. Thank you sooo much to all of you who played along! We have a winner… and that is Julie! I really loved how she typed the song lyrics on vellum, to frame the photos. Fabulous!  ...
29 days of love and a beautiful friendship…

29 days of love and a beautiful friendship…

Hello…! Today we’re here with some mini album inspiration for you! Alissa created a gorgeous mini to use for her 29 days of love project, using a binder and the January kit. She is now all set up for the month of love!   I really love how Alissa...
Around the edges…

Around the edges…

The Designer’s challenge this month is all about journaling around the edge. I often journal around the edges of photos or other elements on my layouts. Sometimes also around the outer edge of my cardstock/background. My challenge for you is to tell a story on...
Mixing the media

Mixing the media

Hi there! I am sharing some tips and tricks on how to create a mixed media background today. I used a mix of the October and November kits. The first thing I did was to tear some pieces of the gorgeous paper that Stephanie designed for the October kit. I attached them...
A fox of your own…

A fox of your own…

This gorgeous card by Suz totally makes me want a fox of my own to hug! And if I can’t have a real one, at least I need this cute foxy stamp! I love how Suz repeated the stamping on the backgorund like this – so simple but so stunning!   Ashli also...
Add some paint!

Add some paint!

Using gesso and acrylic paint is so much fun! You can use the paint to make certain parts of your layout stand out, or you can use the paint to soften colours and to tie different parts of your layout together. I went to the August Hemingway gallery and found some...
Project Art – June

Project Art – June

Project Art has been a fabulous adventure and it feels strange to say that this was the last kit and that this is my last Project Art post for the blog. Thank you so much for this opportunity Christine and thank you so much everyone, for all your support! This month I...
Project Art – May

Project Art – May

It’s time for some Project Art inspiration again! The May Project Art kit is all about stamp carving. The kit contains all the tools you need to get started with carving your own stamps. I love the many possibilities of carving my own stamps and the fact that I...
Project Art – April

Project Art – April

Heeeelllooo! Have you been curious about zentangles? The Project Art kit for April contains a Zentangle set with the perfect tools for zentangling + 5 zentangle tiles in the size 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. The Zentangle workbook is filled with ideas for patterns as well as...
Project Art – March

Project Art – March

Hello! I’m so sorry that this is another late Project Art post. The good news are that the April post should actually be up before the end of April – yay! 🙂 The March project art kit contained a Dylusions Ink Spray Pad, 3 bottles of colourful Dylusions Ink...
February Project Art

February Project Art

It’s time for some February Project Art inspiration…! The kit contained two fab brayer stamps from American Crafts, three bottles of Distress Paint, a piece of vellum with a dictionary print, rub ons with numbers that I adooore and a smaller version of...
Project Art – January

Project Art – January

Helloooo! Welcome to the January Project Art post! The kit this month contained  a Prima Color Bloom spray mist in Pressed Petal, a tube of Dina Wakley Gel Medium, Prima Art Ingredients Glass Beads in Crystal and Plum and 10 Jillibean Soup Corrugated Words. My first...
Project Art – December

Project Art – December

Hello my friends! I hope you are all well, and that you will have a wonderful Christmas with friends and family and not too much stress! The December Project Art kit contained a very fun white crackle texture paste from the Art Extravagance line from Prima, a set of...
Project Art – October

Project Art – October

Welcome to the Project Art post of the month! 🙂 There are lots of fun goodies in this kit – one jar of Whipped Spackle from Faber Castell, 3 Faber Castell  Gelato double scoop sticks (big!) and 3 fab Princeton Catalyst tools! The Gelatos come in the colours...
Project Art – September

Project Art – September

Welcome to the September Project Art post! I was really excited to work with the Liquitex string gel, because it’s such a fun product that really adds a unique dimension to your projects. The kit contains a 8 oz jar with this fun gel! It also contains two...
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