Fun ways to use chipboard in your scrapbooking and cardmaking crafts. Chip board and scrapbooking pretty much go hand in hand.
You can use MSN or Yahoo groups to find other scrapbookers or stampers who may not be local for you, but if you want to actually get together with others you can try Meetup.com.
If you are into scrapbooking and/or rubber stamping, chances are you have a brayer. I have one. It’s still in the box. Still hasn’t been used. I have yet to be inspired. So what am I supposed to do with this thing?
A good friend of mine wanted to make handmade Baby Shower invitations and came up with a dilemma – How can you make sure that the guests know that the excited Mother-to-be is expecting TWIN BOYS?
If you think you don’t have any ‘Easter’ stamps, remember that any spring-like flower stamps will work. Here’s a simple hand-made Easter card to make.
Here is a quick Easter treat bag idea, using punched-out flowers for a springtime feel. Plus links to other Stampin’ Up Easter bags, pouches, boxes, and treat holders.
If you’re like me you have sheets of rub-ons that are half-full — in the same box as the half-used sheets of stickers. Now that Stampin’ Up has rub-ons that coordinate with their stamp sets, there is a new technique using the new product.
In an effort to share some other ideas about how my work space is set up, I’m going to post a few articles that might give you some new ideas. In turn, I would love for you to share your ideas as well.
Here is an idea for a Valentine Treat bag for giving away treats. If you have a small heart punch and some cardstock, you’re ready. The best part is that it requires no stamping and can literally be done in less than 10 minutes!
Some fun scrapbooking paper storage ideas for your cardstock and regular paper.