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Archive for July, 2009

Are You a World Traveller?

world traveller kit

It doesn’t matter if you are trekking across the globe or hanging around enjoying a “staycation”, this kit can work for you!  The papers are cardstock weight and are double sided to give you maximum versatility.   Here are a couple pages from a mini album I am working on about some of the summer events we have been taking in:

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If you’d like to see more samples, check out our forum here or enjoy what the designers at My Little Yellow Bicycle have done here.

This kit is on preorder now  so snag yours before they’re gone!

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Blog Sketch Contest #24

Are you ready?  Our amazing sketch artist, Katie Turner, does it again with this amazing sketch and sample:
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And a little detail shot here:

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Let’s see what you got! Enter your layout into our Blog Sketch contest folder which can be found here. Don’t forget to put your NAME and the words BLOG SKETCH #24 in the subject line. The lucky winner will receive an envie of goodies courtesty of Scrapbooker’s Club House!

Deadline: August 1st, 2009

I look forward to seeing your entries!!

Dress Up That Chipboard!

 Looking for creative uses for chipboard?  Chipboard is economical and easy to alter, making it incredibly versatile to have in your stash.   Here’s a quick look at what you can do today:

Add  rhinestone dots or Opal/Pearl dots.
Apply dimensional glaze for a tiled effect.
Place drops of liquid pearls for added shimmer.
Outline a shape with dimensional glitter.
Cover with crackle medium and rub chalk into the cracks for extra pop.
Dab craft glue along edges and sprinkle with glitter.
Use a Crop-a-dile or “anywhere” punch and add holes in the chipboard design.
Colour it with ink.
Stamp it with a patterned stamp.
Cover with dimensional adhesive and sprinkle with micro beads while wet.
Heat emboss it for some shine.
Flock it for a fuzzy texture.
Spray it with Glimmer Mist.
Use rub ons to add detail.
Alter the colour with paint.

Have fun altering your chipboard! Feel free to show us what you’ve done in our Gallery. :0)