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SUMMER 2010 ISSUE 18

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contents
the essentials
11 most wanted
Take a peek at what’s HOT
for summer!
14 i spy with emily
J oin designer Emily Pitts as she
showcases her favourite new trend
17 our 3 designer challenge
20 got scraps?
Back by POPULAR demand—see
how easy it is to turn leftover scraps
into beautiful cards!
the 3T’s (tips, tricks,
and techniques)
23 big story, small package
Marvelous mini albums are fast,
FUN, and functional
28 designer’s notebook
Check out Vicki’s great ideas for
working with colourful tissue paper
31 you’re not just a scrapbooker
anymore
Part 1 of Stacy J ulian’s AMAZING
tutorial on digital workflow
36 easy, detailed, expert
summer ‘10
48
the 3I’s (ideas, insights,
and inspiration)
39 the rainbow connection
J oin our designers as they celebrate
the wonderful world of colour
45 pagemaps
Versatility +contemporary elegance
=Becky Fleck’s sketches!
48 summer sentiments
Check out this CHARMING array of
summer cards—perfect for birthdays,
well wishes, and tokens of
appreciation
51 reader’s gallery
Summer is here and the living is EASY!
Don’t miss this beautiful collection of
seasonal layouts
66 something special
This layout by Lisa Dickinson is pretty,
poignant, and powerful
noteworthy
6 take 2 and 3
Don’t miss two other great
takes on our cover
7 editor’s letter
8 comments and letters
59 what’s next
Be the first to know what’s in
store for our fall issue
60 marketplace
62 directory
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take 2…and 3!
We asked 3 designers to work with our cover
photo and, because they all did such a fabu-
lous job, we just had to share them with you!
Paula pulled colours
and textures from
the photo to tell
this story. Notice
how the green
border draws your
eye right to the
center of the
page, and how the
mulch in the photo
is mimicked with
the wood letters.
Kathy kept the
focus on the
sweet photo with
this clean and
simple design. For
maximum impact,
she played with
complementary
colours and created
a subtle, yet linear,
visual triangle.
by PAULA GILARDE
supplies CARDSTOCK, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, J illibean Soup, October
Afternoon; CHIPBOARD LETTERS, Cosmo Cricket, BasicGrey; BRAD, Pink Paislee; TICKET,
Creative Imaginations; TAG AND CANVASFLOWER, J illibean Soup; PUNCH, Martha
Stewart Crafts; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L
by KATHY THOMPSON LAFFOLEY
supplies CARDSTOCK, PATTERNED PAPER, CHIPBOARD, AND LETTER STICKERS, American
Crafts; FONTS, Amelie, Rockwell
sun + slide = smile (on the cover)
by SUMMER FULLERTON
supplies: CARDSTOCK, Bazzill, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, J illibean Soup,
October Afternoon; CHIPBOARD LETTERS, BasicGrey; LABEL STICKERS, October Afternoon;
PUNCH, Stampin’Up!; DIE-CUTSUN, Cricut by ProvoCraft; OTHER, toothpicks; FONT,
Bohemian Typewriter
SUMMER 2010 ISSUE 18
FOUNDER & PUBLISHER Catherine Tachdjian
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Kerry McRorie
EDITORIAL
Special Projects Editor Emily Pitts
Contributing Projects Editor Vicki Boutin
Photo Editor J ustin Wootton
Contributing Photo Editor Kathy Thompson Laffoley
Assistant Photo Editor J ill J ones
Contributing Writer Stacy J ulian
Contributing Editors J en Walker
Karen Douse
Sketch Artist Becky Fleck
DESIGN TEAM Kimber McGray
Lisa Kisch
Davinie Fiero
Summer Fullerton
DESIGN
Art Direction & Design Stephanie Uprichard
J enny Hawkyard
www.treefrog.ca
PRODUCTION
Production Director J ack Tachdjian,
BPG Graphic Solutions
Mi5 Digital Communications Inc.
PHOTOGRAPHY Studio F8
ADVERTISING & EVENTS
Advertising Sales Catherine Tachdjian
Events Manager Tracy Blake
Social Media Coordinator J en Walker
SALES & MARKETING
Director of Sales & Marketing Tracy Blake
Accounting Manager Raffi Boudakian
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editor’s letter • SCT
KERRY MCRORIE
Editor-in-chief
the sights and sounds of summer by KERRY MC RORIE
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bo Bunny, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, American Crafts; LETTER
STICKERS, October Afternoon, American Crafts; BUTTONS, BasicGrey; FLOWERSAND
FLAIR EMBELLISHMENT, American Crafts; FLOSS, DMC; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK
ADHESIVESBY 3L (layout based on a 2009 sketch by Becky Fleck available at
www.pagemaps.com)
I
n the enduring words
of Kermit the Frog, “It’s
not easy being green.
Well, I grew up loving
this cute little
amphibian as much as
the next child, but, on
close examination of
our new summer issue, I
have no choice but to
disagree. You see, this
issue boasts the third
installment of “got scraps?” (p. 20). This article
showcases three beautiful cards created entirely from
re-purposed odds and ends.
Similarly, artist and author Stacy J ulian joins us to share
her extensive knowledge on the subject of digital
workflow (p. 31). This timesaving practice encourages
us to organize, purge (i.e. delete the non-essential
shots) and then print our photos on a regular basis.
Essentially, this process ensures that we use many
resources efficiently—energy, ink, paper, and most
important, TIME.
Finally, big story, small package (p. 23) demonstrates,
through the medium of mini albums, that beautiful
things can be accomplished in small spaces. Getting
more mileage from your stash of products is DEFINITELY
another great green initiative—oh, and don’t forget
that finished mini albums occupy less premium real
estate on your shelf.
With these figuratively green examples in mind, not to
mention the many literal references that can be found
throughout (chartreuse is such an “it” colour this
season), I think you’ll agree that being green isn’t
nearly as difficult as it sounds.
I fi nd endless inspiration in Becky Fleck’s
sketches and this layout was no different. Turn to
page 45 to view some of her latest creations.
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Dear Lizzy papers from American Crafts. 1.
www.americancrafts.com
Cardstock border stickers from Sassafras. 2.
www.sassafraslass.com
On Holiday pennants paper from Girls’ 3.
Paperie. www.thegirlspaperie.com
Birthday party clear stamps from 4.
J illibean Soup. www.jillibean-soup.com
Cardstock banner stickers from J enni 5.
Bowlin Studio. www.jennibowlin.com
A little happy rubber stamps from Unity 6.
Stamp Co. www.unitystampco.com
Paper from the new Midterm Collection 7.
from Bella Blvd. www.bellablvd.net
beautiful banners
Banners have hit the design world by
storm—appearing on everything from
home décor, print, and even fashion! For
paper crafters, the products are both pretty
and plentiful. Here are just a few of our
favourites:
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project 12
Project 12 is a happen-
ing place to be on the
SCT blog! All of us get
so excited to see your
monthly layouts based on
Becky’s sketches and on Davinie’s
interpretations. Here is what one
reader had to say:
“I love looking through each entry
every month—you get so many
cool ideas. Thanks again for an
awesome project!” Ann Freeman
(London, UK)
please help us
welcome…
We are thrilled to announce that
the very talented author and artist,
Stacy J ulian, joins the SCT family as
Contributing Writer. And, as a special
“hello” greeting to our readers, Stacy
has something fun up her sleeve—
check out the Big Picture Scrapbooking
ad on p. 30 for more info!
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where we’ll be
Durham College is the place to
be on October 15th and 16th for
ScrapFest! Visit the marketplace,
attend great classes (our
very own Kimber is teaching
a wonderful card class), and
participate in make n’ takes.
www.scrapfest.ca
J oin us for the CreativFestival at
the Metro Toronto Convention
Centre (October 22-24) for
make n’ takes, giveaways, our
new product showcase, and
more! www.creativfestival.ca
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i spy with emily p14 3 designer challenge p17 got scraps! p20
the essentials
most
wanted
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Want to know what is fresh and
FABULOUS for summer? Take a look
at our latest list of MUST-HAVE
products—perfect for documenting
your next sunny celebration!
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To scallop or not to scallop, that
is the question. Don’t miss these
adorable chipboard banners
from Maya Road.
www.mayaroad.net
Available in your favourite
doodlebug colours—check out
these sweet J ack and J ill letter
stickers.
www. doodlebugdesign.
homestead.com
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My Mind’s Eye does it again
with the delightfully diverse
Quite Contrary collection.
www.mymindseye.com
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SCT • the essentials
Punch your way to page perfection
with these new border punches
from EK Success.
www.eksuccess.com
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The Sweet Summertime
collection from Echo Park
Paper is downright delicious!
www.echoparkpaper.com
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We R Memory Keepers
guarantees that the forecast
will be “72 and Sunny” all
summer long!
www.weronthenet.com
Just like handbags, a girl can NEVER
have too many border punches! What’s
even better about punches, however, is
that they are less expensive and easier
to hide! LOL.
These chipboard
letters from Pink Paislee
are bold, bright,
and beautiful!
www.pinkpaislee.com
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Chronicle a great getaway
with the On Holiday collection
from Girls’ Paperie.
www.thegirlspaperie.com
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Feast your eyes (we know they
sound delectable, but PLEASE
don’t eat them) on this gorgeous
new collection from Jillibean Soup!
The Summer Squash Soup
collection from J illibean Soup is
simply sumptuous!
www.jillibean-soup.com
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Guaranteed to make anything
stick, the complete line of NEW
adhesives from American Crafts is
at the top of our wish list.
www.americancrafts.com
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SCT • the essentials
i spy with emily
—totally terrifc type
F
rom barely legible Victorian script, to crisp or grungy
typewritten text, and even to curly handwritten
words, typography is trendy in today’s scrapbooking
products. Searching for typographic images on Flickr is one
of my favourite ways to glean scrapbooking inspiration, so
I’m happy to see manufacturers embracing it as well. Script
and text papers work well as neutral backgrounds—try
turning them upside down so they work more as a pattern
instead of as legible words. For readable text, choose
A brand new season…brand new products…and a brand new trend!
Designer Emily Pitts is back to report on what products are turning
heads, and turning up, on scrapbook layouts everywhere.
5 things to
be happy
about
by EMILY PITTS
suppliesCARDSTOCK,
Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER,
BasicGrey, Girls’ Paperie,
Sassafras, Studio Calico;
ALPHABETAND CHARM,
Girls’ Paperie; STICKY
BACKED CANVAS, Studio
Calico; PUNCH, Fiskars;
ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK
ADHESIVESBY 3L, Scotch
by 3M; PEN, Sakura;
THREAD, Coats & Clark
The Paper Girl line
from Girls’ Paperie has
lots of typographic
products—including
two fun alphabets.
A mixture of script and
text, I’m in love with
BasicGrey’s new
Basics line. This paper
even features some
geometric equations!
EXTRA! EXTRA!
These chipboard
alphas from Cosmo
Cricket are breaking
news indeed.
Studio Calico adds
textual sophistication
to any project with
their papers and
alphas.
Large block letters,
individual die-cut letters,
and word stickers make
Girls’ Paperie a great
source for text in your
scrapping.
Lily Bee’s black and
white chipboard
flowers are just begging
to dress up any
paper-crafting project,
single or stacked.
Textual plus textural
equals bliss! I love
the versatility of
Prima’s canvases.
specific words or phrases to highlight or cut out. Papers
aren’t the only place text is showing up. I’ve found quite a
few alphabets sporting typographic images too. It’s a fun
and classic look, a chance to dress-up. I’ve also noticed
flowers, tapes, overlays, and canvases with typographic
themes. A subtle pattern that doesn’t compete with photos
or journaling, typography isn’t just a way to communicate
our thoughts; it’s now an integral part of design as well.
Old world script on one
side, vintage ads on the
other. Does text get any
better than when done by
7 Gypsies?
the essentials • SCT
our 3-designer challenge
Always up for a challenge, our design team welcomed this latest opportu-
nity to put their creativity to the test. How did each team member work
with these products to make them their own? Everyone was excited to see
just how different three layouts using the same six products could be.
Check out what Lisa Kisch, Davinie Fiero, and Lisa
Dickinson created when given the same six new
products to work with.
Banner and Border stickers
from the Apple J ack
collection by Sassafras.
www.sassafraslass.com.
The Treehouse
collection from
Pebbles Inc.
www.pebblesinc.com
Go Fly a Kite label stickers
from October Afternoon.
www.octoberafternoon.com.
Core’dinations
ColorCore cardstock.
www.coredinations.com.
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Pre-cut wood letters
from Harmonie.
www.loisirsharmonie.ca.
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Textured paper
brads from Bazzill.
www.bazzillbasics.com.
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SCT • the essentials
Lisa Dickinson
All of the great patterns in the Pebbles Inc. paper
made it difficult to choose which ones to use! Cutting
small squares and arranging them in a grid made it
easy to incorporate several patterns, yet still leave
ample white space. I loved how these photos of Riely
really worked with this colour scheme and “popped”
so nicely off of the brown background.
sunshine
additional supplies FLOSS, DMC; OTHER, buttons, hemp twine, machine stitching; FONT,
Veteran’sTypewriter
Brads are a very versatile
embellishment—check out
how Lisa used them to make
the centers of her flowers
dimensional.
A very effective visual triangle
(created from fussy cut flowers)
works to lead the eye around
the page and focus on all of the
important parts.
Look how Lisa stitched
around the outside edges
of her squares to ground
them on the page and to
add that homespun touch.
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bonjour brioche
additional supplies BUTTONSAND RUB-ONS, American Crafts
Lisa printed her journaling strips using
white ink on blue paper—this was an
effective way to add an extra hit of
colour and to add some weight to the
bottom half of her page.
A quick lick of white paint on the wood letters
serves to bring in one more white element—
and, don’t they look great against the yellow
and white patterned paper?
in life
additional supplies PUNCH, EK Success; PAINT, Gesso; OTHER,
machine stitching
Lisa Kisch
I loved how the bright
colours and the bold
shapes in the Pebbles
Inc. papers reminded
me of Provence in the
south of France. It was natural to pull out these
photos of my girls and me at our local French
bakery. I couldn’t resist using the Bazzill brads
for the letter “o.” They were the perfect size to
go with the wood letters and they added lots
of visual interest.
Davinie
Fiero
In order to use a
multitude of prints, I
trimmed them in
strips and layered
them across my layout. If you look closely,
you’ll see that I added weight to the bottom
by layering the darkest colour first (the
green), and then worked my way up to
place the lightest colour at the top
(the yellow). I brought all of the colours
together by stitching throughout the layout
with red thread.
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SCT • the essentials
got scraps?
Always a reader favourite, our “got scraps?” article shows QUICK and practical ways
to use up your scrap stash—and, as an added bonus, includes handy card sketches
from three different designers.
turn leftover scraps into BEAUTIFUL cards!
instructions
Make a 5.5 x 4” card from blue cardstock. 1.
Cut a 5.25 x 3” piece of floral paper, a 2.
5.25 x 1” piece of both blue paper and
orange cardstock (scallop one edge),
and a 5.25 x 3/8” of green paper; layer
and stitch to card front.
Punch 4 yellow circles using a 2” punch; 3.
fold in half to create a half moon shape.
Layer half circles together as you would 4.
fold a cardboard box; adhere under
each flap where it touches another circle.
Repeat above using a 1.5” circle punch; 5.
layer, top with a green button and tie a
bow with floss.
Cut two leaves from green paper and 6.
adhere, along with flower, to card front.
Ink chipboard letters and adhere as 7.
shown.
This adorable fl ower was made using
a combination of 1.5 and 2” circle
scraps—how sweet! And, a series of
1” strips (don’t we all have hundreds
of those kicking around?) were
used to play up the beautiful colours
and to solidify the design.
hello
by DAVINIE FIERO
suppliesCARDSTOCK AND PATTERNED PAPER,
Stampin’Up!; INK, Clearsnap; CHIPBOARD LETTERS,
BasicGrey; BUTTON, J enni Bowlin Studio; FLOSS,
Karen Foster Design; PUNCHES, Fiskars; OTHER,
machine stitching
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instructions
Create a 7 x 5” card from orange 1.
cardstock.
Cut a 6 3/4 x 4 1/ 2” piece of white 2.
cardstock and a 6 1/4 x 4” piece of blue
cardstock; adhere both to card front.
Cut 1 x 6” strips from various patterned 3.
papers; zig zag stitch strips together in sets
of three.
Turn strip sets 90° and cut into 1 x 3” strips; 4.
randomly stitch strips together—changing
directions frequently to create a roughly
shaped rectangle (approx. 6 1/4 x 4”).
Trim to measure 6 x 3 3/4” and adhere to 5.
blue cardstock.
Cut a 1 x 6” strip of orange cardstock and 6.
a 3/4 x 6” strip of white cardstock; adhere
as shown and add sentiment.
Die-cut leaves from green cardstock; 7.
layer flower elements on top and
embellish with button.
thanks
by KERRY MC RORIE
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Sassafras;
J OURNALING SPOT, Collage Press; DIE-CUTLEAVES, QuicKutz; LETTER
STICKERS, October Afternoon; FLOWER STICKER, Sassafras; FLOSS,
DMC; OTHER, button, machine stitching; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK
ADHESIVESBY 3L
have a ball
by KIMBER MCGRAY
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER,
Bo Bunny; LETTER STICKERS, doodlebug, BasicGrey; BRADS,
American Crafts; ADHESIVE, Scotch by 3M
instructions
Create a 4 3/4 x 4 3/4” circle template (Kimber 1.
traced around the outside edge of a spool of
ribbon).
Using the circle template, create a card base 2.
using a folded piece of black cardstock.
Again, using the circle template, draw the shape 3.
of a beach ball and cut into sections—trim away a
little from each piece to allow the black “seams”
to show through.
Trace the pieces onto different patterned papers. 4.
Adhere to card base. 5.
Add sentiment and embellishments. 6.
Kerry used 1 x 6” strips of leftover
patterned papers to create this fun
background that’s reminiscent of a
Victorian “crazy quilt.” This technique
boasts lots of visual interest and is
much easier to assemble than it looks!
Paper piecing is a wonderful way to use up
scraps AND to create unique projects—both
at the same time! Kimber suggests using
handy household items (like a spool of ribbon
or even a dinner plate) to create uniquely
sized card templates.
3T’S
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—making the most of mini albums by SUMMER FULLERTON
Looking for a fast and fabulous gift idea? Or, looking for lightweight
and compact alternatives to more traditional albums? Read on
to discover the latest and greatest products, as well as up-to-the-
minute ideas—all related to the realm of mini albums.
big story, small package
designer’s notebook p28 digital workflow p31 easy, detailed, expert p36
(tips, tricks,
& techniques)
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fresh recipes
by SUMMER FULLERTON
This chipboard and canvas album from Maya
Road is chock full of inspiration! The pockets
are perfect for storing memorabilia, extra
photos, or in my case, recipe cards. I started
with some of my favourite recipes, added
some photos, and took advantage of the
canvas cover to try a new (to me)
technique—misting. (See p. 23 for the
beautiful cover of this album).
suppliesCHIPBOARD ALBUM, Maya Road; CARDSTOCK, Bazzill;
PATTERNED PAPER, CHIPBOARD ELEMENTS, AND LETTER STICKERS, Cosmo
Cricket; BRADSAND CHIPBOARD LETTERS, BasicGrey; BUTTONS, SEI;
LETTER STICKERSAND RIBBON, J illibean Soup; FLOSS, DMC; MIST, Maya
Road; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L; FONT, Bohemian
Typewriter
good times
by VIC KI BOUTIN
Vicki created this “summer fun” themed project from
a peek-a-boo mini album from doodlebug. What
makes this album unique is that each page is a
different size and shape—thus allowing bits and
pieces of each page to be viewed from the cover.
For consistency, Vicki used coordinating papers,
stickers, and gems (also by doodlebug).
suppliesCARDSTOCK, PATTERNED PAPER, BUTTONS, GEMS, STICKERS, AND RIBBON,
doodlebug designs; LETTER STICKERS, My Little Shoebox; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK
ADHESIVESBY 3L
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M
ini albums have come a long way since I
started scrapbooking over ten years ago!
The vast number and variety of products
available today are responsible for providing paper
crafters with hours of inspiration. Many
manufacturers continue to push the envelope by
releasing a plethora of innovative products—all
intended to push our creativity to the next level.
So, where to start and how to begin? If you are
apprehensive or uncertain about “diving in,” try
working with a mini album kit. Kits take the
guesswork out of scrapbooking—they are usually
based on a fun theme and tend to be quite affordable.
Or, check out some of the many manufacturers who
are releasing “smaller scale” products like 6 x 6 or 8 x
8 paper pads—these papers and their coordinating
embellishments make it easy to carry a specific
design aesthetic throughout the entire project.
Similarly, mini albums are a fun way to try out new
techniques—I experimented with mist for the first
time on my “fresh recipes” album (see p. 23) and had
a wonderful time in the process! And, Davinie Fiero
discovered that canvas provides the perfect
opportunity to add visual interest and texture with
embroidery floss—take a look at her beautiful cross
stitching on the cover of her “with love, mom” album
on p. 26.
akumal mexico
by SUMMER FULLERTON
It’s hip NOT to be square! This mixed media album
from Fancy Pants provided endless inspiration and a
great jumping off point for my travel album. With
pages made of felt, acrylic, canvas, chipboard, and
even corrugated cardstock, I had instant texture at
my fingertips. Resizing my photos allowed me to
include more per page.
suppliesMIXED MEDIA MINI ALBUM, Fancy Pants; CARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED
PAPER, Bella Blvd.; CORRUGATED LETTERS, SHIPPING TAGS, AND CANVASFLOWERS,
J illibean Soup; LETTER STICKERSAND STICKER ACCENTS, Bella Blvd.; PUNCHES, EK
Success; BUTTONS, SEI; BRADS, BasicGrey; FLOSS, DMC; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK
ADHESIVESBY 3L; FONT, Bohemian Typewriter
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As you can see, there is no shortage of fabulous
products (or of artistic inspiration) when it comes to
working with mini albums. Whether you are new to
paper crafting and are looking to “start small,” or, are
looking to add another skill to your finely honed set,
mini albums offer a world of endless possibility. It just
goes to show you—good things really DO come in
small packages.
Looking for the perfect theme for
your next mini album? Try any of
these great ideas!
ABC’s or 123’s
home is where the heart is
inspirational quotes
my BFF’s (perfect for a teen or tween!)
baby or bridal shower
a season of sports
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with love, mom
by DAVINIE FIERO
This album’s canvas base makes it open to all sorts of
creative possibilities. Almost at first glance, Davinie
was inspired to create a “words of wisdom” album
for her daughters. This heartfelt album combines
traditional scrapbooking elements with stitching and
handwritten journaling.
suppliesCANVASBANNER ALBUM AND RIBBON TRIMS, Maya Road; CARDSTOCK,
Staples; PATTERNED PAPER, BUTTON, AND BUTTERFLIES, J enni Bowlin Studio; INK,
Ranger; LETTER STICKERS, BasicGrey, Pink Paislee; CHIPBOARD LETTERS, American
Crafts; FLOSS, DMC; OTHER, vintage glass buttons and buckle
Here is an excerpt from Davinie’s
poignant journaling:
be you.
Individuality. Independence. Value. Know
who you are. Don’t be afraid to walk to your
own beat, as long as you know you are doing
the right thing. Lead the way. Don’t feel like
you have to follow anyone, anything, or any
belief. Ask questions. Explore.
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For this “tweet” tag, I covered a
plain tag with spray adhesive (in a
well-ventilated area). Then, I layered
tissue on top and created pleats and
folds for interest.
A great way to add texture
and a punch of colour to your
next project is to pleat a
folded strip of tissue paper and
then stitch it in place.
tweet
supplies CARDSTOCK, Prism, Stampin’Up!; STAMPS, We R
Memory Keepers; INK, Ranger; BRADS, 7Gypsies; BUTTONS,
Autumn Leaves; STICKERS, We R Memory Keepers; AD-
HESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L, Henkel Consumer
Adhesives, Inc.; OTHER, tag, tissue paper
fun day to play
supplies CARDSTOCK, doodlebug,
Stampin’Up!; PATTERNED PAPER, American
Crafts, October Afternoon, Sassafras; TICKETS,
J enni Bowlin Studio; DIE-CUTFLOWERS,
Sassafras; CHIPBOARD LETTERS, American
Crafts; BUTTONS, Autumn Leaves; STICKERS,
My Little Shoebox, October Afternoon;
ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L;
OTHER, tissue paper
designer notebook
add texture with tissue WITH VIC KI BOUTIN
Happily conjuring fond childhood memories of creating with papier-mâché,
Vicki Boutin is here to share some fast, fun, and fabulous projects using a
colourful, economical, and easily accessible material—tissue paper!
Are you ready to have some fun (and maybe get your hands just a
tiny bit messy)? Lately I have been playing with tissue paper—and
LOVING the results! There are so many great ways to incorporate tissue
into paper crafting projects—due in no small part to its weight, texture,
and availability. Here are some of my latest projects.
Vicki
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Try customizing your brads!
I punched circles from
tissue and stamped one
layer with a background
stamp. Then, I adhered
multiple circles to a brad
with a craft medium,
tucked them underneath,
and let them dry.
Don’t these gorgeous blooms remind
you of Mother’s Day gifts from days
gone by? See the easy-to-follow
instructions in the sidebar.
Try covering chipboard with
patterned tissue! Adhere torn strips
of patterned tissue to your shape of
choice using a craft medium. Let it
dry and sand away the excess.
a day in the life
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Pink
Paislee; STAMPS, Pink Paislee; INK, Ranger; BRAD,
Sassafras; TAG, Pink Paislee; PUNCHES, Fiskars; ADHESIVE,
SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L; MIST, Maya Road
remember this moment
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Stampin’Up!; PATTERNED
PAPER, Sassafras; STAMPS, Studio Calico, Hero
Arts; STICKERS, Studio Calico; CHIPBOARD, J enni
Bowlin Studio; GEMS, Hero Arts; BRADS, BasicGrey;
ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L; OTHER,
Multi Medium by Ranger, tissue paper
Using a punched circle
as a template, layer 5-6
pieces of tissue paper
together and cut them
out; secure layers together
by inserting a brad through
the center.
1
Spritz the tissue fl ower
with an iridescent mist
and heat set.
3
Create beautiful blooms!
hello
supplies CARDSTOCK AND PATTERNED
PAPER, Stampin’Up!; STAMPS, Hero Arts;
INK, Ranger; BRADSAND CHIPBOARD,
American Crafts; PUNCHES, Stampin’Up!
(corner rounder), Fiskars (circles);
ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY
3L; OTHER, Multi Medium by Ranger,
tissue paper
Crumple the layers of
tissue—beginning with the
top layer and working
towards the bottom.
2
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you’re not just a
scrapbooker anymore!
—digital workflow with stacy julian (part one)
D
igital photography has changed everything about
how we capture, share, and use our pictures. Gone
are the days when you could shoot a roll of film,
develop it, toss the not-so-good shots, and go home to
scrapbook. In our world of digital tools and
software, cell-phone photos, blogs, Facebook
pages, and even online galleries, we are a
globally connected community of scrapbook
enthusiasts. You are no longer an isolated
scrapbooker looking forward to a Friday
night crop with friends. You are managing
a never-ending stream of digital images and the
possibilities for creative expression are endless. You are not
just a scrapbooker anymore. You are a CMO (Chief Memory
Officer) charged with making critical decisions about the
security, longevity, organization, and use of thousands of
digital images taken annually. Yikes!
I know how you feel—and this is why I’m excited to share
ideas and solutions in a three-part series on digital workflow.
There is hope, and a wonderful sense of photo-freedom
within your grasp, if you can adopt and adapt some essential
tasks and make them a part of your scrapbooking routine.
Establishing your own digital workflow (or protocol of steps)
to take following a big event, at the end of the month, or after
any photo session will help you track your images and feel a
sense of productivity and confidence when it comes to
sharing them. You will need to design a workflow that works
for you; however, there are some general guidelines that can
be followed:
Digital workflow can be
defined as simply the steps
that are required to enjoy,
share, or use a photo after
you snap it.
Stacy
says:
Capture images using a digital camera
Upload images to a computer with backup
Purge (delete) unwanted files
Edit/Post-Process images
Set up search capabilities (using tags or keywords)
Upload images to an online photo service for
archiving and printing
Enjoy, share, and use (i.e. scrapbook) your memories!
basic digital workflow
Have photos? Check. Love scrapbooking? Check. No time?
Check. What to do? Read on—Stacy J ulian has the solution
we’ve all been looking for.
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Please remember that no one can (or even should)
attempt perfection and/or precision with his or her
personal workflow—you must live your life and be
both flexible and forgiving. On the other hand, you
will struggle to find the time and energy to be
creative with photos until you have established and
prioritized a digital workflow. The bottom line is that,
each and every time you choose to sit down and work
with your digital images, you are, for all intents and
purposes, scrapbooking!
Here, I’ll walk you through my digital workflow with
a group of photos taken in 5 short minutes on a
sunny Saturday in February. When I heard my son
Chase and my daughter Addie laughing hysterically,
I did what you would do—I grabbed my camera and
started snapping away.
The best way that I know to track my personal workfl ow
is to create a checklist for each batch of images I am
working with. Then, the best way to actually engage in
this workfl ow is to set a timer! I try to work with my
images for only 15 minutes, 4 or 5 days a week.
photos kept photos purged
If there is a secret to productivity in
scrapbooking, it’s this: Learn how to
recognize your best images and how
to delete the rest. Once you learn
to let go of the excess that results
from shooting digitally, you will
automatically feel more optimistic
about your documentation process.
Stacy
says:
Here’s the result of this
spontaneous photo op:
Photos taken: 28
Photos deleted: 19
Photos printed: 7
Photos used on layout: 5
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Stacy Julian is the founder of online education at Big Picture
Scrapbooking (bigpicturescrapbooking.com) and she blogs
regularly at stacyjulian.com
you two are so carefree
supplies PATTERNED PAPER, American
Crafts, Creative Imaginations; LETTER
STICKERS, American Crafts; TAB
STICKERS, DCWV; PAINT, Delta; OTHER,
chipboard letters, brads, jewels
For this layout, I printed
less than a third of the
photos I took. Do some
quick math and you’ll also
realize that I printed
two photos that I didn’t
use on my scrapbook
page. Why? Well, I often
use photos outside the
context of when they
were taken. For example,
I put aside a particular
shot of Chase and Addie
for a future page on
sibling relationships.
Being able to track the progress of photos as they move from
camera, to creativity, to sharing, is HUGE. Here’s the good
news: There are so many incredibly delightful ways to use
your photos! You can finally let go of all the unhealthy pressure
that stems from the notion that, “Every photo is an extremely
valuable piece of your past and must be preserved with
archival standards in a handmade scrapbook lovingly created
by YOU.” Now that you know you are the CMO of your home,
you get to call the shots (literally) and trust me—when you’re
happy, your board of directors (i.e. family) will be
happy, and they will be more supportive of your
scrapbooking initiatives. So, I invite you to “let go”
of the pressure—design a digital workflow that will
work for YOU, and get back to doing what you enjoy
most—celebrating life.
i love you
supplies MINI BOOK, Close To My Heart; PATTERNED PAPER,
BasicGrey; SHEER FLOWER, Prima Marketing, LETTER STICKERS
AND DECORATIVE BADGE, American Crafts
I’ve already used the “personality”
picture of Addie in a fun, purse-
sized mini book!
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easy, detailed, expert
Whatever level of difficulty appeals to you, our easy, detailed, expert
column has fantastic elements to try today!
W
hen my son Darian graduated from preschool this past year, it was such a happy
occasion for my husband and me, especially since Darian is our oldest son and
the first to graduate. I wanted to document my son’s “big day” to let him know
just how proud we are of him, as well as to celebrate all of his accomplishments. The
Report Card Collection from October Afternoon (with it’s bright colours and vintage flair)
contained the perfect papers to use for this occasion.
by LYNN GHAHARY
For my easy layout, I kept the design simple and focused on the sweet photos of my son.
First, I created a quick photo collage in Photoshop. Then, I played up the red colour of
my son’s graduation cap by using red cardstock for the base and by adding in some
bright and coordinating patterned papers. Finally, I created a visual triangle on the page
between the simple, typed journaling block, the photo corner in the upper right corner of
my photo collage, and the painted chipboard title in the bottom right corner.
supplies CARDSTOCK, Bazzill;
PATTERNED PAPER, October
Afternoon; CHIPBOARD,
BasicGrey; STICKERS, October
Afternoon; PAINT, Making
Memories; FONT, Rough
Typewriter; ADHESIVE, All
Night Media; SOFTWARE,
Photoshop CS3
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For my expert layout, I decided
to step things up a notch with my
embellishments. What better way to
communicate a school theme than with
the addition of some very basic “school”
supplies such as binder clips and
staples? Next, I slightly overlapped my
two supporting photos and layered them
with a handmade tag. A pumped up
chipboard title (now laid on the vertical)
with a metal rimmed “A+” sticker adds
interest to the title and focuses attention
on the main photo. Additional details,
like stickers adorned with buttons and
brads, give my embellishments even
more “pop.”
additional suppliesMETAL TAGS, Making Memories; BINDER CLIP,
Office Supply; STAPLES, Tim Holtz; BRADS, Queen & Co.; J UTE, Maya
Road; PUNCH, EK Success (corner rounder); FONT, Prissy Frat Boy
Want to check out more of Lynn’s great work?
Visit her blog at http://lynnghahary.blogspot.com/
For my detailed layout, I wanted to add
lots of visual interest, so I split up my
photo collage and included additional
patterned papers that played off both
the vertical and the horizontal planes
of my layout. I used a notebook edge
punch to spice up the striped patterned
paper on the left edge of my layout,
while adding some zig zag stitching
for detail and texture. My title received
a little “lift” from some dimensional
adhesive, a rub-on apple, and some
floss tied to one of the letters. Typed
journaling, added in strips instead of a
block, also lends to a more sophisticated
design.
additional suppliesRUB-ON, October Afternoon; FLOSS, Craft
Supply; THREAD, Coats & Clark; PUNCHES, Martha Stewart (tag),
Stampin’Up! (notebook edge)

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designed with Tim’s own touch. Soar ahead with everything edgy for cutting
and embossing all kinds of altered edges and materials.
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the rainbow connection
Hue…saturation…brightness…opacity…what do all of these words have in
common? They are all words that can be used to describe aspects of colour.
J oin Kimber and friends as they shed some light on this powerful creative tool.
applying the theory of colour to paper crafting by KIMBER MCGRAY
(ideas, insights,
& inspiration)
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Kelly Goree used a triadic colour palette on her bright, summery,
and energetic layout. Note how this colour combination works
together to provide the perfect amount of balance, contrast, and
excitement. To complete the look, Kelly repeated the sunny shade
of yellow on her page embellishments—check out how the pom
pom trim ties everything together so nicely.
C
olour is an incredible resource to have in your paper
crafting toolbox. The role it plays in telling your
story can be just as important as the one your photos
and journaling play. Based on the colours you choose, you
can, at a glance, determine if the layout you’re looking at
is based on a happy event, or on a more reflective topic.
Similarly, a relaxing vacation page may be reflected with
tonal blues and neutral browns that mirror both the ocean
and a sandy beach. Sometimes, however, we sit and stare at
our photos and don’t quite know where (or how) to begin the
process of pulling together a complete colour package for
the page at hand.
soak it up!
by KELLY GOREE
suppliesPATTERNED PAPER, RIBBON, BRADS, BUTTONS, AND CARDSTOCK STICKER, Fancy Pants; INK,
Clearsnap; LETTER STICKERS, BasicGrey (blue), Fancy Pants (brown); PUNCHES, Fiskars (border), Marvy
Uchida (circle); PEN, Zig; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L, Glue Dots
To get started, let’s first go back to some colour
basics by taking a quick look at the colour wheel.
The three Primary colours are red, yellow, and blue
The three Secondary colours are orange, green,
and purple
The six Tertiary colours are yellow-orange, orange-red,
red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green, and yellow-green
How can the colour wheel be used to select
appropriate colours for paper crafting projects?
When picking a colour palette for your next project,
start with a “main” colour and build on it from there.
If it is a primary colour such as red, you can easily pick
yellow and blue and be assured that they will work together
perfectly. The red, yellow, and blue grouping is an example
of a triadic colour combination—the colours fall an equal
distance apart from each other on the wheel.
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refreshing
by KIMBER MCGRAY
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Bella Blvd., BasicGrey; LETTER STICKERS,
American Crafts, Bella Blvd.; STICKERS, BasicGrey, Bella Blvd.; PENS, Martha Stewart
Crafts, Uniball; PUNCH, EK Success
My “so refreshing” layout is a great example of an
analogous colour combination. Because the blue and
green hues fall next to each other on the colour
wheel, contrast is virtually eliminated—thus evoking a
calm, soothing feeling on the page. A neutral Kraft
base works to enhance the chosen colours and allows
them to work their magic on the page.
Colours that appear adjacent to each other on the
colour wheel are called analogous colours. Typically,
one colour is chosen as the dominant colour, while others
are incorporated to enrich the overall palette. An example of
an analogous colour scheme can encompass everything from
a lively cherry red to a deep shade of mustard—or, gazing
at the opposite side of the wheel, it can include everything
from a soothing seafoam green to a rich cerulean blue.
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Now that we’ve covered some of the
basics, let’s explore some ways colour
can help tell your stories:
Convey a happy mood or occasion. Did
you know that yellow is known as the
“happy” colour, that orange indicates a sense
of adventure, and that blue has been proven
to increase energy levels? It would make sense
then, that a combination of these three colours
is a match made in heaven! If you are looking
to create a high-energy page that focuses on
FUN (birthday celebrations and school-themed
layouts would be perfect), look no further than
this great trio.
A monochromatic colour combination consists of
different values (otherwise known as tints and
shades) of one single colour. Although typically less
vibrant than a triadic combination, the end result of a
monochromatic scheme can be very restful and soothing.
Interior designers use them when looking to achieve a space
that is both clean and elegant. To visualize a modern day
example of a monochromatic colour scheme, picture a multi-
hued paint chip.
3
4
my girl
by KIMBER MCGRAY
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, BasicGrey; GEMS, Me and My
Big Ideas; LETTER STICKERSAND CARDSTOCK STICKERS, BasicGrey; PUNCH, Stampin’Up!
35 years & 11 months
by LISA KISC H
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Creative Memories, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, Sassafras; STICKERS,
Sassafras, American Crafts, My Little Shoebox; RUB-ONS, Imaginisce; RHINESTONES, Kaisercraft; CIRCLE
CUTTER AND PEN, Creative Memories; PUNCH, Fiskars;
(PHOTOGRAPHY BY www.h2ophotography.ca)
Lisa says that once she has selected her
colour palette for a particular project, she
looks through her stash for embellishments
that coordinate. In this case, the rhinestones
and the rub-on words complimented her
yellow, orange, and blue palette perfectly!
This sweet card is an example of a monochromatic
colour palette. Choosing pink as my “main” colour, I
then incorporated several different tones of pink—
varying from a pale carnation, to a rich coral, and
fi nally to a freshly smoked salmon. Note the calm,
clean look that is achieved with this soothing palette.
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Tell a story that is rich with historical
details. Heritage photos dictate the
introduction of another colour palette altogether.
Here is the opportunity to tone things down
and tell more of an in-depth, reflective story.
The neutrality that is accomplished with black
and white photos immediately takes your page
back in time and encourages the use of colours
that lack both saturation and intensity. A great
example of this technique can be found on the
“Clear Lake, Indiana” layout—by incorporating
a beautiful grey-blue with a pale, buttery yellow
and a rich, rusty red, it sets the stage for my
heritage page.
One final thing to remember is that you can
always add a neutral colour into your chosen
palette. White, brown, grey, and black are
colours that work no matter what colour
combination you choose to play with. In fact, the
introduction of a neutral is a great way to both
break up, and to balance out, a virtually endless
number of beautiful colours at the end of your
creative rainbow. SCT
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clear lake, indiana
by KIMBER MCGRAY
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, Little Yellow Bicycle; LETTER STICKERS,
American Crafts, BasicGrey; DIE-CUTS, Little Yellow Bicycle; STICKERS, American Crafts, Little Yellow
Bicycle; PEN, Martha Stewart Crafts
Something to consider when starting a
scrapbook page is to change your colour
photos to black and white. For example,
the last photo on this layout was originally
a poor quality colour photo from the 70’s
that didn’t mesh well with the older black
and white photos—I took this opportunity
to take the distracting colours out of
the equation (resulting in a more unifi ed and
cohesive look).
smile
by KIMBER MCGRAY
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, American Crafts;
BUTTONS, Stampin’Up!; J OURNALING SPROUT, J illibean Soup; LETTER STICKERSAND
CARDSTOCK STICKERS, American Crafts; PUNCH, We R Memory Keepers;
EMBOSSING FOLDER, Cuttlebug by ProvoCraft; FLOSS, DMC
Kimber’s tip for organizing
your colours:
Consider organizing your paper
and embellishments by colour in
your scrap area. This will make
reaching for that perfect paper (or
that final embellishment) a piece
of cake! When creating this card,
I started with the flower stickers,
and then pulled paper, alphas, and
buttons from that same palette. It
was very quick and easy to do!
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Same old page templates getting you down? In search of fun
new sketches to help get those creative juices flowing? Look no
further than pagemaps—a brand new sketch feature with an
interesting twist! BY BEC KY FLEC K
J une’s sketch
Becky combined two of the three photos found on the
sketch into one to better accommodate her horizontal
photo. Although the crocheted flowers are positioned at
different heights, they are the same size and create a
natural flow from left to right. A ticket stub, positioned
slightly askew, deviates just a bit from the linear design, but
adds a nice touch of whimsy to the page.
W
hat’s the twist, you may ask?
Why, sketches that focus on a
particular design principle—in
this case, linear design. Have you ever
heard that old saying, “It’s hip to be
square?” I always remember that motto
when I think of linear design. Although
balance is key, a linear layout doesn’t
have to be humdrum. One secret to
achieving a great linear page is symmetry
amongst all of your elements to keep
them from competing with one another.
Read on to see how this month’s artists
interpreted these summery linear sketches.
pink posies
by BEC KY FLEC K
suppliesPATTERNED PAPER, American Crafts, My Mind’s Eye; LETTER STICKERS, BasicGrey;
BUTTONS, Buttons Galore; PEN, American Crafts; DIE-CUTS, My Mind’s Eye; BUTTERFLY
PUNCH, Martha Stewart; DYE MIST, Tattered Angels; YARN, DMC; CROCHETED FLOWERS,
Becky Fleck; OTHER, vintage book paper, straws, thread
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J uly’s sketch
Waves of blue patterned paper against a
sunny yellow backdrop flow seamlessly across
Lisa’s page, adding motion and harmony to
her vacation theme. Lisa created a fun
mixed-media title (broken into two parts)
and added bright yellow strip journaling.
One photo, just a bit on tilt, offers a playful
appeal to the page.
heavenly hawaii
by LISA KISC H
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Imaginisce, October Afternoon;
BUTTONS, Making Memories, American Crafts; STICKERS, Imaginisce, American Crafts,
October Afternoon; CIRCLE CUTTER AND PUNCH, Creative Memories
Check out these fabulous BONUS sketches—also designed by Becky Fleck!
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August’s sketch
Notice how the placement and size of
J anet’s title (and also how it is crowned with
an adorable bird) dictated that the tree be
moved to the right hand side to balance out
her page. All other elements of the sketch fell
right into place, while a sweet pom pom trim
across the bottom added the perfect
finishing touch on this beautiful layout.
wonder
by J ANET BALL
suppliesPATTERNED PAPER, Bo Bunny, Pebbles Inc.; GLIMMER MIST, Tattered Angels; PEN, Zig; LETTER
STICKERS, American Crafts; RIBBON, Bazzill; STICKERS, Pebbles; THREAD, Mettler; PUNCH, Stampin’Up!;
TREE DIE-CUT, Cricut by ProvoCraft; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L, Sakura, Scotch by 3M
Becky Fleck is a graphic designer and author of the best-selling
book Scrapbook PageMaps: Sketches For Creative Layouts.
Her second book, Scrapbook PageMaps 2, will be available in
October 2010. Visit her website at www.pagemaps.com for free
monthly sketches and loads of inspiration.
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suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER,
GCD Studios; INK, Tsukineko, Clearsnap; LETTER
STICKERS, Cosmo Cricket, American Crafts; PUNCHES,
Spellbinders; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L
hello sunshine
by J ULIE OVERBY
Make a 5 x 7” card from Kraft 1.
cardstock.
Cover card base with patterned 2.
paper.
Machine stitch four 2.5 x 2” pieces of 3.
inked cardstock onto card front.
From a piece of sheet music, punch 4.
flower; ink edges and crinkle up.
Using a flower punch template, 5.
punch and emboss four more flowers
from patterned paper; ink edges.
Using foam squares, adhere 6.
patterned paper flowers onto
cardstock rectangles; adhere
crinkled flowers to centers.
Embellish with trim. 7.
Cut a 1.25 x .75” rectangle; ink edges 8.
and add sticker sentiment.
Adhere letter stickers along bottom. 9.
summer sentiments
Sun ripened and mouth-wateringly delicious summer fruit, when paired
with brightly coloured and freshly picked seasonal blooms—not to
mention the occasional winged creature thrown in for good measure—
work together to complete this exquisite gallery of cards.
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so sweet of you
by J ULIE CAMERON
Make a 5.25 x 5.25” card from card- 1.
stock.
Cut brown cardstock to fit card front; 2.
adhere.
Cut a piece of patterned paper 3.
slightly smaller than card front.
Cut a square of white cardstock and 4.
a strip of patterned paper; adhere
together and stitch around edges;
adhere to card.
Stamp sentiment in upper left corner. 5.
Die-cut watermelon; ink edges and 6.
stitch; adhere to card with foam
squares.
Add rhinestones for seeds. 7.
Punch flowers and attach to card; 8.
add rhinestones to centers.
hang in there
by COURTNEY KELLEY
Make a 5 x 3.75” card from brown 1.
cardstock.
Cut a 4.5 x 3.25” piece of floral paper 2.
and a 4.25 x 3” piece of grid paper.
Stamp sentiment on left side of grid 3.
paper.
Fussy cut clouds and flowers; cluster 4.
and adhere.
Stamp tree branch; cut out and 5.
adhere.
Cut out owl; adhere to brown 6.
cardstock and then to card front.
Backstitch border with brown floss 7.
along edge of grid paper.
Adhere card front to base. 8.
Add Glossy Accents to owl, tree 9.
branch, and centers of clouds and
flowers.
supplies CARDSTOCK, Bazzill, Prism, Making Memories,
Staples; PATTERNED PAPER, My Mind’s Eye; STAMPS,
Papertrey Ink; INK, Stampin’ Up!, Papertrey Ink;
RHINESTONES, Crafts Inc.; PUNCH, EK Success; DIE-CUT
MACHINE, Silhouette by QuicKutz; ADHESIVE, Lineco
Inc., Crafts Inc.
supplies CARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER,
Sassafras, Collage Press; STAMPS, Purple Onion Designs;
INK AND GLOSSY ACCENTS, Ranger; FLOSS, DMC
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Prism; PATTERNED PAPER AND
RUB-ONS, October Afternoon; GLITTER GLUE, Stickles by
Ranger; ADHESIVE, Tombow
thank you
by ANGIE HAGIST
Make a 5.5 x 4.25” card from 1.
cardstock.
Cut nine 5.5 x .5” strips of cardstock; 2.
adhere to card front; trim.
Cut a 2 x 3” rectangle from white 3.
cardstock.
Hand-cut curtains from gingham 4.
paper; adhere to rectangle.
Trim window using brown strips of 5.
cardstock.
Hand-cut a window box shape from 6.
brown cardstock; set aside.
Attach base of window to card front. 7.
Add rub-on to corner of window box; 8.
adhere to card using foam squares.
Cut flowers from paper; adhere to 9.
card; embellish with glitter glue.
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happy anniversary
by SARAH HODGKINSON
Make a 4” square card from Kraft 1.
cardstock.
Cut a 3.75” square piece of embossed 2.
cardstock and sand; round each
corner.
Cut a 3.25” square piece of grid 3.
paper; round each corner.
Cut one 2.5” oval from green 4.
cardstock and one 2.25” oval from
cream cardstock; mount “Happy
Anniversary” sticker in center.
Adhere sentiment to green cardstock 5.
with foam tape.
Adhere foam tape to back of 6.
strawberry sticker and tuck in behind
sentiment.
you are my reason why
by SARAH HODGKINSON
Make a 5.5 x 4.25” card from 1.
cardstock.
Cut a 5 3/8 x 3 7/ 8” piece of paper; 2.
adhere and stitch with a 1/ 8” border.
Cut a 5 x 3.5” piece of embossed 3.
cardstock and sand; round edges;
adhere with foam tape.
Stamp sentiment on center of die-cut 4.
journaling card.
Using a large Glue Dot, secure 5.
butterfly to pin; push pin through
journaling card and adhere.
Adhere chipboard to card; use foam 6.
tape to support overhanging flowers.
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Core’dinations, J illibean Soup;
PATTERNED PAPER, Cosmo Cricket; STAMPS, Technique
Tuesday; INK, Tsukineko; MIRRORED BUTTERFLY, Heidi
Swapp; PIN, Maya Road; CHIPBOARD AND DIE-CUT,
Cosmo Cricket; TOOLS, We R Memory Keepers (Corner
Chomper), Making Memories (sanding block); ADHESIVE,
Scotch by 3M, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L, Glue Dots;
OTHER, thread
supplies CARDSTOCK, Core’dinations, J illibean Soup;
PATTERNED PAPER, October Afternoon; STICKERS, SRM
Press (“Happy Anniversary”), October Afternoon
(strawberry); TOOLS, We R Memory Keepers (Corner
Chomper), Making Memories (sanding block), Creative
Memories (oval cutters); ADHESIVE, Helmar, SCRAPBOOK
ADHESIVESBY 3L
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reader’s
gallery
SUMMER 2010
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beans and peapods
by J ING -J ING NIC KEL
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, My Mind’s Eye; INK,
Ranger; LETTER STICKERS, American Crafts, Pink Paislee; RUB-ON,
KaiserCraft; DIE-CUTS, My Mind’s Eye; STICKERS, 7Gypsies; BRADS,
BasicGrey; PEN, American Crafts; CIRCLE CUTTER, Creative Memories;
ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L
Mmm…don’t these fresh vegetables look
delicious? Like you could just reach out,
take one, and pop it into your mouth!
Jing-Jing created this stunning layout to
document the gathering of her family’s
summer harvest.
tomato harvest
by GRETA HAMMOND
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Fancy Pants;
LETTER STICKERS, Carolee’s Creations; GLIMMER MIST, Tattered
Angels; CHIPBOARD AND FELT, Fancy Pants; PEARLS, Queen & Co.;
FONT, Calibri
Greta made her own tomato “plant” by
spraying glimmer mist onto a chipboard
fl ourish. Then, she hand-cut tomatoes from
red felt, stitched a stem into place, and
sprayed them with glimmer mist to make
them appear real. Finally, she attached
them to the vine with pop dots.
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baby girl
by STEPHANIE HOWELL
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Studio Calico;
CHIPBOARD LETTERS, BasicGrey, American Crafts; PEN, American
Crafts; CANVASPAPER AND SEQUIN CIRCLE, Prima; BUTTONS, Studio
Calico; BRADS, FLOWER, AND RHINESTONE CIRCLE, Making Memories;
ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L
strawberries and donuts
by PAULA GILARDE
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Core’dinations; PATTERNED PAPER, October Afternoon,
J enni Bowlin Studio; LETTER STICKERS, American Crafts (red), J enni Bowlin
Studio (brown), GCD Studios (yellow); PUNCHES, EK Success; FONT, Century
Gothic; ADHESIVE, SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVESBY 3L
We fell in love with this beautiful page
the second we saw it. Look at the inner
beauty and depth that Stephanie was able
to capture in Harper’s eyes. This photo,
when paired with simple, yet elegant,
embellishments, as well as heartfelt
journaling, makes for one special layout.
This well-balanced, double page layout captures some
very precious events in young children’s lives—visiting
with good friends, strawberry picking, and, most
important—enjoying some sweet and delicious treats!
Yum!
54 scrapbook & cards today • summer 2010
swing me—higher
by AMY HELLER
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill, Papertry Ink; PATTERNED PAPER,
BasicGrey, American Crafts, October Afternoon; INK, Close to My
Heart; CHIPBOARD, Maya Road; LABEL STICKER, October Afternoon;
BUTTONS, Papertry Ink; BRAD, BasicGrey; LETTERS, Making Memories
(bamboo), October Afternoon; TWINE, Studio Calico; PUNCH, Fiskars;
ADHESIVE, Tombow, Scotch by 3M, Zig, Therm O Web; FONT,
Cocktail Shaker
Amy created this great layout based on
her children’s love of the hammock at
Grandma’s house. Angling the photos and
other page elements enabled Amy to
capture the back and forth movement
of the swing, and the inked letters and
journaling strips played up the colour and
texture of the hammock.
action
by SÉVERINE DI GIACOMO
supplies CARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Making Memories,
A Muse; STAMPS, 7 Gypsies, Florileges Design; INK, Tsukineko; BRADS,
doodlebug, Making Memories, Tim Holtz; STICKERS, 7Gypsies; PHOTO
CORNER, Scenic Route; PUNCH, Fiskars; DIE-CUTS, QuicKutz
This photo-focused page centers around
several things—food, friendship, and FUN!
Ample white space and minimal embellishing
allows the sweet summertime photos to
tell an enchanting story of Severine’s
children and their neighbourhood friends.
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Celeste did great things with colour on this
layout about her son’s whale watching experience. A
neutral Kraft background allows the shades of blue
(picked up from the water photos), and the striped
patterned paper (picked up from her son’s tie-dyed
shirt), to complement the sweet photos.
whale watch
by C ELESTE SMITH
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, October Afternoon; DATE STAMP,
Staples; INK, Tsukineko; CHIPBOARD LETTERS, BasicGrey; J OURNAL CARD AND
STICKER, October Afternoon; GOOGLY EYES, Craft Supply; PUNCH, Fiskars; DIE-CUTS,
Silhouette by QuicKutz; ADHESIVE, Fiskars, Scotch by 3M (this layout is based on a
sketch challenge at Inspired Blueprints)
beach bliss
by J ULIA STAINTON
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, J enni Bowlin
Studio; LETTER STICKERS, American Crafts; STICKY BACK CANVAS,
Claudine Hellmuth; RIBBON, Making Memories; SHEERS, Maya
Road; BUTTON, BasicGrey; TICKETS, Advantus; CANVAS, Prima;
LABEL MAKER, Dymo; TINY ATTACHER, Tim Holtz for Advantus; DIE-
CUTS, Silhouette by QuicKutz; OTHER, machine stitching, twine;
ADHESIVE, Glue Arts
Julia created this layout to remember
the sweet summer days that she and
her family spend on the shores of Lake
Huron. To add texture and visual interest,
Julia printed the scenic beach photo onto
canvas.
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picturesque portland
by MELANIE LOUETTE
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, American Crafts;
LETTER STICKERS, CHIPBOARD, AND RUB-ONS, American Crafts;
STICKERS, Martha Stewart Crafts; ADHESIVE, Kokuyo
Melanie was inspired to create this layout
after clipping a Nike advertisement out of a
magazine. Look how she alternated between
black and white and colour photos to make
each of them stand out.
vacation playground
by LEAH WRIGHT
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, BasicGrey; INK,
Clearsnap; LETTER STICKERS, Pink Paislee, American Crafts; DIE-CUTS
AND STICKERS, BasicGrey; PUNCHES, EK Success, Fiskars; ADHESIVE,
Scotch by 3M
This sweet, feminine layout captured
our attention with its great use of
pattern and colour, along with nice
touches like the scalloped borders and
the die-cut fl owers. Dimensional foam
letters add texture and interest to
the fun title.
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loves watering cans
by J ILL SARGINSON
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, Cosmo Cricket;
LETTER STICKERS, Pink Paislee, American Crafts; FLOSS, DMC; LABEL
MAKER, Dymo; CIRCLE TEMPLATE, Bazzill In Stitch’z; PUNCH, Fiskars;
EDGE DISTRESSER, Close to My Heart; OTHER, buttons, twine, stapler;
ADHESIVE, Creative Memories
treat
by VIVIAN MASKET
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; CHIPBOARD LETTERSAND PEN,
American Crafts; DIE-CUTS, J OURNALING CARD, AND RUB-ON,
October Afternoon; FLOSS, DMC; ADHESIVE, Kokuyo, All Night Media
We were immediately drawn “in” (both
literally and fi guratively) to the magic of
this beautiful summer layout. The bright
colours and patterns are both interesting
and engaging, and the stitched circle
(lovingly embellished with coordinating
buttons) draws the eye in to rest on the
gorgeous photo.
We loved the sequence of “delicious” photos
on this layout by Vivian Masket—look how
they lead the eye across the page and
then upwards to focus on the focal photo
and the title. Hand-stitched bumblebee
fl ight paths are the icing on the cake!
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Summer Fun Page
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what’s next...
We loved the different textures that Lisa used on this beautiful fall
layout—from corrugated cardboard and glittered cardstock, to ribbon
and fabric hearts that were cut from fl owers. How sweet!
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some of what you’ll fi nd…
For the latest in scrapbooking
trends, giveaways, instructions,
templates, and more…check out
www.scrapbookandcards.com
p.s. all of our past issues can
be viewed…and downloaded
online!
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fall
by LISA TRUESDELL
suppliesCARDSTOCK, Bazzill; PATTERNED PAPER, J illibean Soup, October Afternoon; STAMP, Studio Calico; INK,
Ranger; CORRUGATED LETTERS, J illibean Soup; LETTER STICKERS, J enni Bowlin Studio; SEQUIN AND PEARL, Prima;
GLITTER ACCENT, Fancy Pants; RIBBON, American Crafts; STICKER, BasicGrey; RUB-ON, Bo Bunny; FABRIC HEARTS,
Bella Blvd. (cut from flowers); MIST, Maya Road (all products are from a Studio Calico kit)
project 12
Don’t miss out on this
great opportunity!
Head on over to our
blog for all of the details
on this monthly challenge—and for the
chance to win amazing prizes!
becky’s sketches
Becky Fleck’s
inspirational
sketches are
available in pdf
form—ready for
you to download
TODAY!
blog
Have you visited our blog lately? J oin us
each weekday for fresh ideas, fabulous
inspiration and, most important, FUN!
Here is what a typical week looks like:
Monday – Designer’s Challenge
Tuesday – the 3T’s (tips, tricks, and techniques)
Wednesday – Designer’s Project
Thursday – Reader’s Submission
Friday – Fabulous giveaways!
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call for fall
We’d love to see what you’ve been
working on! Head on over to our
website and check out our current call
for layouts, cards, and more!
www.scrapbookandcards.com
This call ends J uly 12th.
Oooh…fall! Colourful foliage, cozy sweaters, and crisp
autumn air—not to mention homemade pumpkin pie! Here
are some of the things that our fall issue has in store:
the latest and greatest • scrapbook secrets with Kimber!
rub-ons reinvented • —dig them out and dust them off
because these ideas are sensational
welcome to our neighbourhood • —our designers explore
and document the unique places they live
digital workflow (part 2) • with artist and author, Stacy J ulian
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SCT • directory
visit these great stores for shopping, classes, advice and more...
directory
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Ateliers “Mon Scrapbook.com”
Online store/ Boutique en ligne
Quebec
www.monscrapbook.com
Cozy Lands Scrapbooking Retreat
Cambridge, ON
(519) 651-1338
www.cozylands.com
Memory Workshop Scrapbook Co.
Monthly Kit Club, Crops & Retreats
Maple Ridge, BC,
(604) 202-4808
www.memoryworkshop.ca
Memories Manor
St. Clair, MI
(810) 329-2800
www.memoriesmanor.com
Scrap Shotz
Calgary, AB,
(403) 870-8576
www.scrapshotz.com
Scrap-tures Kit Club
Midland, ON
(705) 528-9705
www.scraptures.ca
Scrapbooker’s Paradise
Calgary, AB,
(877) MEM-8818
www.scrapbookersparadise.com
Scraptivity! –
A Club for Scrapbooking Memories
Toronto, Ontario, (416) 239-9603
1-877-SCRAP23 (727-2723)
www.scraptivity.com
The Crop Stop
Bowmanville, Ontario
www.thecropstop.org
(905) 243-7824
The Scrap Attic
Kirkland Lake, ON,
(705) 568-5463
www.thescrapattickl.com
Whole Lotta Scrapbooking
Tofield, AB
(780) 662-2826
www.wholelottascrapbooking.ca
Younique Country Retreat
Guelph, ON N1H 6J 2
(519) 836-0045
www.youniquecountryretreat.com
Canada
British Columbia
Cherish The Thought
3130 St. J ohn’s St.
Port Moody, B.C. V3H 2C7
(604) 949-1872
www.cherishthethought.ca
Chocolate Clover
Scrapbook Supplies
1114-102nd Avenue
Dawson Creek, BC V1G 2C1
(250) 782-4220
Creative Accents
79B 3rd Avenue North
Williams Lake, BC V2G 2A3
(250) 392-3829
creativeaccents.blogspot.
com
For Keeps Sake Scrapbook
Co.
1708 Emerson Court
North Vancouver BC V7H 2Y6
(604) 929-4043
www.forkeepssake.ca
Got Scraps!
414 W. First St., Box 3329
Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
(250) 837-3329
www.gotscraps.ca
Luv 2 Scrap
101-33031 1st Avenue
Mission, BC V2V 1G2
(604) 820-0600
www.luv2scrap.ca
Making Memories with
Scrapbooking
4415 Hastings Street
Burnaby, BC V5C 2K1
(604) 299-3601
www.makingmemorieswith
scrapbooking.com
Oasis Scrapbooking
108 Van Horne Street South
Cranbrook, BC V1C 1Z3
(250) 426-6822
www.oasisscrapbooking.com
P.G. Scrapbook Zone
3899 – 18th Avenue
Prince George, BC V2N 1B9
(250) 562-9663
mjstewart1@shaw.ca
Photo Express
100 – 22470 Dewdney Trunk
Road
Maple Ridge, BC V2X 5Z6
(604) 463-3654
www.photoexpressions.ca
Pick of the Patch
104-250 Schoolhouse Street
Coquitlam, BC
(604) 520-5874
Precious Memories
107-19925 Willowbrook Drive
Langley, BC V2Y 1A7
(604) 530-2917
www.myscrapbookshop.com
Scrapbook Central
307C - 14th Street
Courtenay, BC V9N 6P5
(205) 338-8815
www.scrapbookcentralbc.
com
Scrapbook City Shops
Canada
3 – 15970 96th Ave
Surrey, BC V4N 2L6
(604) 581-2489
www.scrapbookcity.ca
Scrapbookin’ Adventures
175 Corfield St.
Parksville, BC V9P 2G6
(250) 954- 0009
www.scrapbookin
adventures.com
Scrappers’ Anonymous
2 - 50 Burnside Road West
Victoria, BC V9A 1B5
(250) 590-1266
www.scrappersanonymous.
ca
Scrapbook Parade
670 Granderson Road
Langford, BC V9B 2R8
(250) 727-0372
www.scrapbookparade.
wordpress.com
She Runs With Scissors...
A Total Scrapbooking
Experience
582 South Dogwood Street,
Unit 4, Campbell River,
BC V9W 6R4
(250) 287-4572
www.sherunswithscissors.com
Studio 11 Designs Scrap-
booking and Cardmaking
2411 Trillium Terrace
Duncan, BC V9L 3Z7
(250) 748-5672
www.studioIIdesigns.ca
The River Scrapbook Room
830 13th Avenue
Campbell River, BC
V9W 4H2
(250) 286-1633
darlaone@telus.net
Treasured Memories
Scrapbooking
2753 Charlotte Road
Duncan, BC V9L 5J 2
(250) 748-8054 /
877 748-8054
www.treasuredmemories
scrapbooking.ca
Alberta
Black Ink Paperie
R R #1
Winfield, AB T0C 2X0
(780) 682-3973
blackinkpaperie.blogspot.
com
Creative J unction Inc.
5117-51st Street
Barrhead, AB
(780) 674-2292
www.creativejunction.ca
Crop-Paper-Scissors
5124 51st
Drayton Valley, AB T7A 1S2
(780) 515-9860
croppaperscissors@telus.net
Life’s Treasures
5018 51st Street
Olds, AB T4H 1P8
(403) 556-7647
www.lifes-treasures.ca
Lil’ Scrappers
6 Springwood Lane NE
Slave Lake, AB T0G 2A2
(780) 849-6879
www.lilscrappers.ca
Scrap-A-Lot
9218 - 51 Ave
Edmonton, AB T6E 3L8
(780) 944-1526
www.scrap-a-lot.ca
directory
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Scrapbook Fancy
9-677B South Railway Street S.E,
Medicine Hat AB T1A 2Y8
(403) 527-2135
www.scrapbookfancy.net
Scrapbook Memories &More Inc.
20 - 975 Broadmoor Blvd.
Sherwood Park, AB T8A 5W9
(780) 449-0603
www.scrapbookmemories.ca
Scrapbooker’s Paradise
20-9250 Macleod Trail South
Calgary, AB T2J 0P5
(403) 253-4799
www.scrapbookersparadise.com
Scrapbooker’s Paradise
45 Crowfoot Terrace NW
Calgary, AB T3G 4J 8
(403) 547-8522
www.scrapbookersparadise.com
Scrapbooker’s Paradise
185 – 2004 – 50th Avenue
Red Deer, AB T4R 3A2
(403) 314-0550
www.scrapbookersparadise.com
Scrapbooker’s Paradise
103B – 2045 Mayor Magrath Dr.
Lethbridge, AB T1K 2S2
(403) 327-2122
www.scrapbookersparadise.com
Scrapbooker’s Treasure Box
106 – 403 2nd Street W
Brooks, AB T1R 1C5
(403) 793-8833
scraptb@telus.net
The Scrap Yard
#2118, 380 Canyon Meadows
Dr SE
Calgary, AB T2J 7C3
(403) 271-2225
www.thescrapyardcalgary.com
Treasured Memories
5218-86 Street
Edmonton, AB T6E 5J 6
(780) 414-1540
treasuredmemories.typepad.com
The Urban Scrapbook Inc
100, 14315- 118 Ave
Edmonton, AB T5L 4S6
(780) 451 – 3459
www.urbanscrapbook.ca
Saskatchewan
J ust Scrap It! The Scrapbook
Shop
108 – 103rd Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y7
(306) 955-4850
just-scrap-it.blogspot.com
Prairie Chicks
Quilting & Scrapbooking
205 Main Street, Box 752
Hague, SK S0K 1X0
(306) 225-4787
prairiechicksquiltingandscrap
booking.mysite.com
Tawbalies at BG’s Gifts, Home
Decor & Crafts
506 Main Street
Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0
(306) 435-2437
trinabrace@yahoo.ca
www.tawbalies.com
Manitoba
Crafty Scrapper
526 2nd Avenue
Rivers, MB R0X 1X0
(204) 328-7087
www.craftyscrapper.ca
Gone Scrappin’ in Bloom
20 Victoria Avenue E.
Rossburn, MB R0J 1V0
(204) 859-3334
www.gonescrappin.ca
Magical Memories –
The Scrapbook Shop
#3 –103 Cree Road
Thompson, MB R8N 0B9
(204) 677-3736
www.magicalmemories-
manitoba.com
Paperbag Scrapbooking
645 10th Street
Brandon, MB R7A 4G6
(204) 725-1747
www.paperbagscrapbooking.
com
Scrapbooking By Design
1191 Pembina Hwy.
Winnipeg, MB R3T2A5
(204) 269-2521
sbdpembina@gmail.com
Scrapbooking at Shelley’s
712 18th Street (Thomas Mall)
Brandon, MB R7A 5B5
(204) 727-7878
www.scrapnatshelleys.blog
spot.com
Scrap Yard
371 Main Street
Stonewall, MB R0C 2Z0
(204) 467-1942
www.scrapyardcanada.com
The Scrapbook Cottage
116B Park Road West
Steinbach, MB R5G 1V6
(204) 326-6777
www.thescrapbookcottage.ca
Ontario - Eastern
Auntie Em’s Scrapbooking
109 11th Street West
Cornwall, ON K6J 3A8
(613) 938-4888
emmasab@aol.com
www.auntieemsscrapbooking.
com
Crop Circles Scrapbooking
Peterborough Square,
Lower Level
360 George Street N., Unit 12
Peterborough, ON K9H 7E7
(705) 201-1097
www.cropcircles.ca
Heather’s Stamping Haven
250 Greenbank Road
Nepean, ON K2H 8X4
(613) 726-0030
www.heathersstamping.com
Marchant Paper Memories
1187 Princess Street
Kingston, ON K7M 3E1
(613) 542-0369
www.marchantpaper
memories.ca
Memory Lane
20 Russell Street East
Smiths Falls, ON
(613) 284-4200
memorylane@cogeco.net
Paper Paradise
18 Harmony Way
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J 0
(613) 258-6561
www.paperparadise.ca
SCRAP EN MASSE
269, St-Philippe Street
Alfred, ON K0B 1A0
(866) 218-3704
www.scrapenmasse.com
Scrapbooks and Smiles
469 Dundas St. W.
Trenton, ON K8V 3S4
(613) 965-0952
www.scrapbooksandsmiles.com
SCRAPtease
156 Bridge Street
Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V7
(613) 257-7300
www.scraptease.ca
Sweet Sentiments…
scrapbooking and more!
Sommerville Plaza
6835 Hwy 62, Belleville, ON
(613) 969-8311
www.sweetsentiments.ca
The Scrapbox
5510 Canotek Road, Unit 13
Orleans, ON K1J 9J 5
(613) 745-2215
www.thescrapbox.ca
Tina’s Scrapbooking Creations
485 Caleb Street
Winchester, ON K0C 2K0
(613) 774-4611
www.tinascrapbooking.com
Ontario – South Central
DK Scrapbook Connection
1001 Rymal Road East, Unit 9
Hamilton, ON L8W 3B7
(905) 318-0228
dkscrapbook.701.com
Flim Flam Arts & Crafts Supplies
63 Charing Cross Street, Unit 2,
Brantford, ON N3R 2H4
(519) 753-0826
flimflamacroom@rogers.com
Herrschners Yarn and Crafts
1486 Victoria Street N., Unit 5
Kitchener, ON N2B 3E2
(519) 579-0314
www.herrschners.ca
Learning Factory
175 Lynden Road, Unit 10
Brantford, ON N3T5L8
(519) 756-7550
www.learningfactory.ca
Scrapping Turtle
1441 King Street North
St. J acobs, ON N0B 2N0
(519) 664-3951
www.scrappingturtle.com
Simply Scrapping Inc.
162-64 Grand Ave. S.
Cambridge, ON N1S 2L8
(519) 624-8082
www.simplyscrapping.ca
The Art House Studio -
Go Scrapping Retreats & Crops
591 Lancaster St. West, Unit 3
Kitchener, ON N2K 1M5
(519) 954-6620
www.thearthousestudio.ca
The Memory Keeper
1119 Fennell Avenue East
Hamilton, ON L8T1S2
(905) 318-4897
www.discountscrapbook
supplies.com
The Scrapping Bug
10 Pioneer Drive, Unit 103
Kitchener, ON N2P 2A4
(519) 895-0554
www.thescrappingbug.com
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Two Scrapbook Friends
370 Eastbridge Blvd.
Waterloo, ON N2K 4P1
(519) 746-6672
www.twoscrapbookfriends.com
Younique Country Retreat
7799 Wellington Road 22
Guelph, ON N1H 6J 2
(519) 836-0045
www.youniquecountryretreat.
com
Ontario – Central
April’s Scrapbook Studio
928 2nd Avenue East downtown
Owen Sound, ON N4K 2H6
(519) 371-1200
scrapbookstudio@bellnet.ca
Craft Nook
195 Wellington St., Unit #3
Bracebridge, ON P1L 1C2
(705) 645-6231
www.craftnookbracebridge.com
Finn’s Affordable Scrapbooking
Supplies
154 Main Street N.
Mount Forest, ON N0G 2L0
(519) 323-9875
elizabusiness3@msn.com
Karen’s Creations
632 Berford Street
Wiarton, ON N0H 2T0
(519) 534-2224
www.kc-scrapbooking.com
Scrappin’ Buddies!
233 La Neige Avenue
Port Sydney, ON P0B 1L0
(705) 385-2052
www.scrappinbuddies.ca
Scraps of J oy
304 Dunlop Street, Bldg 1, Unit 4
Barrie, ON L4N 7L2
(705) 726-6287
www.scrapsofjoy.com
Seasons in The Country
Scrapbook Supplies
719637 Hwy 6
Hepworth, ON N0H 1P0
(519) 935-0838
www.seasonsinthecountry.ca
The Cottage Scrapbook
294 King Street
Midland, ON L4R 3M6
(705) 526-8855
www.thecottagescrapbook.ca
The Travellin’ Scrapper
24 Trowbridge Street Unit 8
Meaford Ontario N4L 1Y5
(519) 538 9595
www.travellinscrapper.com
Ontario – Northern
Abundance
224 Main Street South
Kenora, ON P9N 1T2
(807) 468-8010
abundance@kmts.ca
O.C. Scrapbookers n’ More
3 Ottawa Avenue
Elliott Lake, ON P5A 2J 8
(705) 848-9595
www.scrapaholics.ca
Scrapbooking @Photo Metro
191 Lakeshore Drive
North Bay, ON P1A 2B4
(705) 472-9311
www.photometro.ca
The Scrap Attic
33 Harding Avenue
Kirkland Lake, ON
(705) 568-8491
www.thescrapattickl.com
Ontario –
Greater Toronto
Area
A Scrapbookers Dream
35 Nixon Road, Unit 1
Bolton, ON L7E1K1
(905) 951-9544
www.ascrapbookersdream.com
Bizzy B’s Stamp & Scrap
2100 Bloor Street West, Suite 4
Toronto, ON M6S 1M7
(416) 203-0433
www.bizzyb.ca
Forever Scrapbooks
29 Plains Road West
Burlington, ON L7T1E8
(905) 681-1985
www.foreverscrapbooks.com
Olde Tyme Country Crafts
& Studio
57 Mill Street North, Suite 102
Brampton, ON L6X 1S9
(905) 452-1271
www.oldetymecountrycrafts.
com
Pointer Gifts and Crafts
8355 Woodbine Avenue,
Units 1 & 2, Markham, ON
L3R 2P4
(905) 940-8900
www.pointerscrapbooking.com
Scrapalicious Inc.
5170 Dixie Road, Unit 102
Mississauga, ON L4W 1E3
(905) 614-0085
www.scrapalicious.ca
Scrapbook Emporium Inc.
3 - 133 Taunton Road West
Oshawa, ON L1G 3T4
(905) 721-0183
www.scrapbookemporium.ca
Scrapbook Moments & More
77 Mayvern Cr.
Richmond Hill, ON L4C 5J 6
(905) 884-8496
www.momentsandmore.ca
Scrapbooks By Design
1783 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON M4L 3Y5
(416) 690-7447
www.scrapbooksbydesign.ca
Stamping Bella
55 Doncaster Avenue, Suite 130
Thornhill, ON L3T1L7
(866) 645-2355
www.stampingbella.com
The Workshop
100 Ringwood Drive, Unit 22
Stouffville, ON L4A 1A9
(905) 642-1742
www.sandysworkshop.ca
Ontario – South
Western
All About Scrapbooks & More
22-24 Kent Street
Woodstock, On N4S 8L5
(519) 533-1500
www.allaboutscrapbooks.
blogspot.com
Crop ‘til You Drop Scrapbooking
31 McNaughton Avenue
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 1R7
(519) 627-2500
www.croptilyoudrop.ca
First Choice Trophies &
Scrapbooking
160 Wallace Avenue South
Listowel, ON N4W 1X9
(519) 291-2081
firstchoicetrophiesscrapbooking.
blogspot.ca
Lasting Impressions
850 Colborne Rd. Unit 4
Sarnia, ON N7T6V8
(519) 332-8846
www.lastingimpressions
bluewater.com
Sarnia Craft Supply
1000 Finch Drive
Sarnia, ON N7S 6G5
(519) 332-1006
www.sarniacraft.com
Scrapbook Memories –
The Design Studio
1890 Hyde Park Road
London, ON N6H 5L9
(519) 474-2665
www.scrapbookmemorieslon-
don.blogspot.com
Scrappin’ Great Deals
26 Kilworth Park Drive, RR5
Komoka, ON N0L 1R0
(519) 473-5751
www.scrappingreatdeals.com
Scrapping Nook Ltd.
301 Thorold Road, Unit 4
Welland, ON L3C 6H5
(905) 732-9994
www.thescrappingnook.ca
Scrapbook Towne
60 Murray Street
Amberstburg, ON N9V 1H5
(519) 713-9254
www.scrapbooktowne.com
The Paper Pickle Company
44 Fourth Street
Chatham, ON N7M 2G2
(519) 351-5220
www.paperpickle.ca
The Rubber Room
#14-90 Charterhouse Crescent
London, ON N5W 5V5
(519) 452-1489
www.rubberroom.ca
The Stamp Shack/Memory
Mansion
355 Wellington St. - CitiPlaza
London, ON N6A 3N7
(519) 673-1823
www.stampshackcanada.blog
spot.com
Québec
La Cour à Scrap...booking!
87 Boul. St. Luc, Suite 24
St.-J ean-sur-Richelieu,
QC J 2W 1E2
(450) 515-7845
www.lacourascrapbooking.
com
Scrapbook Centrale
3349 boul. des Sources
Dollard des Ormeaux,
QC H9B 1Z8
(514) 683-5558 / 888-383-5558
www.scrapbookcentrale.ca
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Scrapbook Quebec
3233 J ean-Beraud
Laval, QC H7T2L2
(450) 973-3373
www.scrapbookquebec.com
Scrapbook Star
6252 Somerled
Montreal, QC H3X 2B6
(514) 543-7827
www.scrapbookstar.ca
Scrapbookerie – Granby
34, St. J ude Sud, Suite 2
Granby, QC J 2J 2N4
(450) 372-0033
www.scrapbookerie.com
Ted’s Hobby Shop
291 Blvd St J ean
Pointe Claire, QC H9R 3J 1
(514) 697-1810
info@tedshobbyshop.com
Nova Scotia
Scrap & Shop
49 Trinity Lane
Antigonish, NS B2G 2V8
(902) 735-3434
www.scrapandshop.ca
Scrap & Stamp Among Friends
166 Provost Street,
New Glasgow, NS B2G 2R1
(902) 695-3006
jaybird5513@yahoo.com
New Brunswick
A Pile of Scrap!
515 Saint Mary’s Street, Unit 1
Fredericton, NB E3A 8H4
(506) 454-PILE (7453)
www.apileofscrap.ca
Scrapbooking Gone Wild
136 South Street
St. George, NB E5C 3R2
(506) 755-6229
www.scrapbooking-gonewild.
com
Scraptacular Images
625B Main Street
Sussex, NB E4E 7H8
(506) 433-5050
www.scraptacularimages.com
The Scrap Shack
200 Irving Road,
Riverview, NB E1B 5V7
(506) 384-2767
scrapshack21@aol.com
United States
Arizona
Scrap Happy Sisters
6525 W Happy Valley Rd
Glendale, AZ85310
(623) 376-8257
www.scraphappysisters.com
California
Moments in Time Scrapbooking
7400 District Blvd.
Bakersfield, CA
(661) 831-0300
www.bakersfieldscrapbooking.
com
Simply Scrapbooks
4612 California Avenue
Bakersfield, CA 93309
(661) 325-2767
www.simply-scrapbooks.net
Connecticut
The Inspiration Station
13 Furnace Ave
Stafford Springs, CT06076
(860) 684-2641
www.the-inspiration-station.
com
Wiggles & Giggles LLC
1273 Silas Deane Hwy
Wethersfield, CT06109
(860) 529-5899
www.wigglesgiggles.com
Colorado
The Scrappy Moose
457 Main Street
Delta, CO 81416
(970) 874-0399
www.thescrappymoose.com
Florida
A Scrap in Time
151 Brock Ave
Crestview FL 32539
(850) 689-0001
www.ascrapintime.net
Priceless Scrapbooks
514 S. Magnolia Avenue,
Unit 101
Ocala, FL 34471
(352) 390-6813
www.pricelessscrapbooks.com
Kansas
Scrappin’ Time LLC
403 E. Madison Avenue
Derby, KS 67037
(316) 788-2821
www.scrappin-timellc.com
Maryland
Photo Scraps
1213 Liberty Road
Eldersburg, MD 21784
(410) 549-5187
photoscrapsblog.blogspot.com
Massachusetts
Absolutely Everything
30 Main Street
Topsfield, MA 01983
(978) 887-6397
www.absolutelyeverything.com
Michigan
Scrap, Scribble & Stick
89 - 54th Street SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49548
(616) 532-2000
info@scrapscribbleandstick.
com
Minnesota
The Scrapbook and More
310 Minnesota Avenue North
Aitkin, MN 56431
(218) 927-3457
scrap@mlecmn.net
New Hampshire
NH Scrapbook Cabin, LLC
294 US State 101)
Amherst, NH 03031
(603) 769-3333
www.nhscrapbookcabin.com
New York
Buffalo Stamps & Stuff
3314 Sheridan Drive
Amherst, NY 14226
(716) 834-3540
www.buffalostamps.com
Ohio
B & B Scrapbooks
3980 W Powell Road
Powell OH 43065
(614) 336-0556
www.bandbscrapooks.com
Oregon
The Paper Bucket
235A E Main
Hermiston, OR 97838
(541) 289-8008
www.thepaperbucket.com
Life’s A Scrapbook
16555 NW 12th Street, Suite C
Sherwood, OR 97140
(503) 625-1193
Visit us on facebook at “Lifes a
Scrapbook”
The Scrapper’s Corner
2650 Washburn Way, Suite 102
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
(541) 273-6125
kristenknoll@aol.com
South Carolina
Scrapnesia
1178 Woodruff Road, Suite 7
Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 288-7771
www.scrapnesia.com
Tennessee
Eclectica Scrapbooks & Stamps
2965 N. Germantown, Unit 104
Bartlett, TN 38133
(901) 377-0730
www.eclecticamemphis.com
Scrap Happy
453 East E Street Suite A
Elizabethton, TN 37643
(423) 542-0056
www.scraphappytn.com
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SCT • the 3I’s
i think about you
by LISA DIC KINSON
supplies CARDSTOCK, Bazzill;
PATTERNED PAPER, October
Afternoon, Studio Calico; GLIMMER
MIST, Maya Road; LETTER STICKERS,
American Crafts; CHIPBOARD,
Scenic Route; STICK PINS, J enni
Bowlin Studio, Making Memories;
FONT, Bohemian Typewriter; OTHER,
machine stitching, button
The word “special” can be defined as something that is just a little bit unique and that
is made with a specific purpose in mind. This issue’s project meets those criteria and
will undoubtedly be treasured for years to come.
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y house is filled with many things that bring back memories of my grandmother, who passed away last year. I created
this page to document some of those very special items. These are things that I see everyday and glimpses of them
always brings her to my mind. I think about her…when I sit down at my sewing machine and see rows and rows of
colourful thread…every time I use the pewter dishware that used to be hers…whenever Riely clutches the beautiful blanket
she knit for her…when I see the striped cushion in the mudroom that she sewed…when I set the table with her china…as I am
knitting…a skill that she taught me…I think about her almost every day.
Lisa
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