06.10.2021

LO "New king in da castle" | Cocoa Vanilla Studio

Today I have fun layout to share with you made with a mix of many masculine collections from Cocoa Vanilla Studio. I even used the very first CVS collection called "Flying high"! I made a wonky scene with a house and photo of our new puppy - Filut. I had so much fun playing with pattern papers and my scissors. 






Pops of Positivity | Scrapbook.com

 Hello everyone. Life of each scrapbooker is a circle of great prosperity times when mojo is just boiling inside us and times where it's basically dead. It happens to me once in a while too. Great way to awake the creativity is to browse through amazing projects of other scrapbookers. It always leps me to get back my sparkle. There are few great sources and one of my favorite is Scrapbook.com Gallery. Thousands of SBC community members share their projects there and they are grouped by many categories. You can save most inspiring projects for later and easily find products used to make them. 

Recently the SBC Gallery had a great makeover making it even easier and fun to use! We were celebrating it with Pops of Positivity event on Instagram. Each participant had to create a project using Pops of Color - liquid pearls manufactured by Scrapbook.com. I created fun card with paint palette. 





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30.08.2021

Welcome home cards | Scrapbook.com

 Hello everyone. Today I wanted quickly to share with you two simple cards made with one stamp set. I used "Home" stamps from Scrapbook.com and few mini ink cubes to create pattern on the background. I also added "welcome home" titles combining alpha dies and alpha stamps. Easy peasy process!





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18.08.2021

Cards with foiled flowers | Scrapbook.com

Hello everyone. I own a hot goiling machine for a long time, but I didn't used it almost at all. I had only few foil colors and plates so it never tempted me to add those shiny elements to my projects. Recently I got few fun plates from Scrapbook.com and I pulled out my machine. I also purchased some foils and made myself a foiling station using one of the Scrapbook.com exclusive storage solutions. I reused a pocket card organizer and now my foils look like this:


All my plates are stored in the back and all the foils are tucked into the sections of the box. One section is empty for storing foil pieces that can be reused for some smaller elements later.
I must admit it's a very convinient way of storing foils and makes me want to use them more often.

I started with making two DL sized cards with foiled flowers. I used "Glimmered botanical" plates from Spellbinders and foiled on top of the colored smooth cardstock. Each card has a different color scheme and different pattern in the background, made with vellum and some DL size dies. Background was colored with Distress Oxide Sprays so it was a really fast and easy process. You can find all the supplies at the end of this post.






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31.07.2021

LO "Summertime" | Scrapbook.com

Hello everyone. Today I have another layout inspiration for you. This time inspiration came from a very unexpected place - one of the pocket cards. Simple, retro beach scene turned into fun page. I didn't used any pattern paper while making it. Instead I colored the white background using Distress Oxide inks and stencils. I used Slimline Smooth Cardstock Pads from Scrapbook.com to add some color. Embellishments are from the last ever Dear Lizzy collection called "Here and there" and some Simple Stories word stickers. It was one of those pages, made mostly for fun and to try new ideas. I recorded a process video for you in case you want to see how it all came together.


And here are few photos of my page. You can find full list of supplies at the end of this post.






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