We’ve have got some amazing things in at the store! I am going to try and link y’all up with some You Tube videos to help give you ideas on how to use these products as well.
First up: Smooch
It’s fun just to say that, but it is a wonderful paint. The colors are so vibrant and the brush is nice and thin so you can do some fantantic detail work with it.
See the video here: Smooch video and you can purchase it here.
Next up, we have Tsukineko’s Fireworks Spray. This stuff is so cool as you can use it on glossy AND dark papers! I love that!
Check out the video here and the spray are in stock here. Also, we have Goosebumps that is mentioned in the video that you can find here as well.
Also, don’t forget we do carry Copic supplies and are happy to special order any colors that you may need. :0)
A quick post to let you know that we were let back into our house over the weekend. As there had been no power for two weeks, we were greeted with the stench of rotting food from our fridge and freezer. It has been quite a clean up here over the last 4 days.
I am doing my best to get us all back on track and things with the store look good. I ask for your patience during this time as we finish the clean up and get things rolling as “back to normal” as possible. We will begin shipping orders tomorrow and hopefully Canada Post won’t thwart our efforts with a postal strike. Cross those fingers!
Lastly, thank you all for your comments and emails during this stressful time. We appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts. :0)
Hugs and thanks to you all….
As you probably noticed, there have not been any posts in a few days. That’s because we are based in Slave Lake, Alberta and if you have been following the news, you know that we had a huge wildfire ravage our community. Many of our friends and family lost their homes and none of us know what we will be coming home to, whenever that may be. The town is so unsafe right now that no one is allowed in. I have no idea how much damage was done to my house or even if I have a store to run when I get back. It may be days or weeks before I know anything. Everything is so uncertain so I ask for your prayers and your patience during this time.
I’ll keep you posted.
I hope the sun is shining upon you and you are enjoying blue skies as I am here. :0) What a great day to scrapbook in a sunny window.
Speaking of which, Scrapbooker’s Club House has some wonderful new arrivals for your scrapbooking pleasure:
Clear Snap Smooch
Simple Stories by Memoryworks (these kits are HUGE timesavers!)
Copic accessories (we also do special ordering of the markers as well)
…and more. Click on the link below to be taken to the store:
Come shop with us online or book an appointment to come by in person–we’d love to see you!
We have some absolute gorgeous new stock in this morning. Either as a “Merry Christmas” to yourself or to another wonderful scrapper in your life, these items are perfect for giving. Stocking stuffers? We can help you there too! Here is but a sample of what’s just arrived:
Come and see What’s New!
I hope you love our new holiday look! Isn’t it festive?
I know over the last few weeks there hasn’t been as many posts as normal, but that is because I am working hard behind the scenes to get some new features ready for the new year! I hope you will find them fun and will participate as much as you can. If you have suggestions of what you would like to see on our blog, please feel free to contact me at infoAT scrapbookersclubhouseDOT com.
Have a wonderful scrap-happy day!
October is pet wellness month! Here are some scrappy ideas that you could do, featuring our furry friends:
1. Create a layout about the pet you have. What is his/her day like? How did you come to own this pet? What is his/name and how did you decide on it?
2. Make a layout about your veterinarian. Does your pet have special needs?
3. If you do not have a pet, why not?
4. Use a animal quote in your journaling, such as one of these:
“A cat is a puzzle for which there is no solution.” ~ Hazel Nicholson
“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.” ~ Martin Buber
“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting
and autumn a mosaic of them all.”
- Stanley Horowitz
Capture the splendor of October with these photo suggestions:
1. gorgeous foliage
2. Thanksgiving turkey
3. Halloween costumes
4. harvest time
5. silhouette of bare trees against a sunset (or sunrise!)
6. bowls of candy
8. fields of grain
10. corn maze
I was lucky enough to have this info/site passed on to me today. If you own Photoshop Elements and aren’t sure about how to use it, this may be the site for you. At Everyday Elements you can find tutorials, actions, a blog and more to help you discover how to make the most of this program. Sound like something you might want to look into? See it all here:
Have a great day!