Love, love, love you card | Scrapbook.com

Hello Friends. Holidays are just around the corner and it's time to help Santa filling all those boxes and socks :) I bet your letter to Santa is filled with scrappy supplies. You can help him save some $$$ checking all the amazing offers at the Scrapbook.com. You know what you can do with saved $$$, right? Buy even more scrappy supplies. Scrapbook.com is already counting down to christmas, adding free products to every order. You already got a chance to grab some roll adhesive, word die, paper pack and glitter. Now it's time to for 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS KICK OFF. 

Starting from today, December 1'st up tp December 3'rd they are adding Mini Smart Glue to each order. If you order for more than 20$, you will also get Scrapook.com Colorcase. You can also pick goodies with reduced prices from 12 hottest brands.

Mini Smart Craft Glue is very useful and you totally want to have it in your stash. It's tacky so it means you can use hot foiling with it. I also saw very clever tutorial on how you can make glue dots with it and save some money. I created simple card using it but it's such a versatile product!

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Tropical cards | Scrapbook.com

I am having so much fun with new Scrapbook.com Smooth Cardstock pads recently and I already showed you few projects made with them. This time I used them for paper layering using Altenew dies. One of the pads is specially designed for this purpose, with few pinks and greens in various shades starting from lighter to darker. This makes the whole process so easy. Simple, monochromatic background is decorated with a little bit of texture. I used stencils and embossing mat to make it. It gives a little bit smaller impressions than embossing folders but you can still see them. Visit my Instagram profile to watch step by step photo tutorial saved in my Stories.

As always, you can find the full list of supplies at the end of this post.



Easy and simple plaid cards | Scrapbook.com

Hello everyone. Today I come to you with an idea for easy to make background ideas. They are downsized to the card base but you can totally use the same technique to make a bigger, layout size background. Actually, I think I will make one as an inspiration in upcoming week. All you need is a trimmer, glue and some colorful cardstock. I created few christmas cards but you can make them any theme you want by just changing colors. 

I also recorded a process video and you can find it at Scrapbook.com YouTube channel here:

I used very versatile product - A2 smooth cardstock pads from Scrapbook.com. They come in six different color combinations and are a must have for all the cardmakers. If you are more a layout person, you can reach for American Crafts cardstock. You can purchase it in colorful sets too. 
Here are few more photos of my cards. You can also find a list of supplies at the and of this post.

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Heidi Swapp Memorydex Spinner swatch book | Scrapbook.com

Hello everyone. My scraproom is a total mess. I have no more room to add any furniture anymore and my stash keeps growing every month. I need to reorganize everything, try to find better storage solutions and purge some of the products. Not an easy task if your spirit animal is a sloth. After I will finish it (not started yet...) I will share the results. I started with turning my new blush memorydex spinner I recently got from Scrapbook.com into a swatch book. I keep adding new groups of products to it and I just how simple yet brilliant idea it is. It's so easy to add new colors. Everything is in one place with fast access and most of all - it just looks pretty!

I still have plenty of room to add more swatches. Memorydex itself can be used in many other fun ways and I will for sure buy another one to make catalog of our travels with short info, dates, QR code to the video and few most favorite photos. You can choose between this pretty blush pink color (exclusive to Scrapbook.com), white and black. Here you can find more products from Memorydex line. Watch the video below, where I present you how it looks and works:

Here are few close ups of my swatch book. You can also find the list of supplies I used at the end of this post.

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