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December Linky Party- Anything Goes, Happy Holidays Challenge!!!!

Hi everyone, it is time for our last Challenge of the year-  Anything Goes, Happy Holidays! We are doing things a little differently. You will have the whole month of December to post your projects. That have to be Christmas/ Holiday/ Winter Themed. Also you can entered as many times as you wish. We only ask that there will be no link backs. So that means, these are all new 2014 projects you are making. Now for our sponsors, yep, you read right. We have some of our favorite sponsors from 2014, giving away awesome prizes!  Bugaboo Digital Stamps- $30 gift certificate Blue Moon creations- 3 mo subscription Stamp and Create- $20 gift certificate A Day For Daisies- 3 digi stamps My Besties- 3 digi stamps Scrapping for Less- SBC Dec Card Kit - for more chances to win this month kits, just leave a comment on the SBC You Tube Channel and our min blog hop (found on Dec 1st post)    Good Luck! *************************************************

Unique Gift Wrapping - A Homemade Pillowcase!

Today, I want to share with you not only a super easy sewing project to make for Christmas gifts but also to make for various organizations that are looking for pillowcases to be donated to children in need. I know when I had left my first husband, my daughter received her very own pillowcase from a quilting organization at the Woman's Abuse Shelter. Since then, the Quilt Guild I belong to collects them along with a local quilt store. Since that time, I have made special pillowcases for Jen which came especially handy when there would be "sleep-overs" as not to get her pillow confused with others BUT also a great wrapping instrument for gifts.  I now make them for Lily and this is her "special" pillowcase that I made to put her Christmas presents in this year. Supplies: 3/4 yard main fabric 1/4 yard contrast fabric for cuff  trim the salvage away on both the main fabric and the cuff fabric   TIP: at the same time make sure the widt

SBC Mini Card Kits

One of our exciting announcements in 2014 was starting our new Mini Card Kits, which you can order through Scrapping for Less. We will be continuing with these kits in 2015. Crafting can be fun and cheap especially with our kits that are $15.00/ free shipping in the US, International shipping extra. It is perfect for all levels of scrapbookers! So whether you are a newbie or an experience scrapper, these kits has everything you'll need to create fast and easy projects. All you need to do is get out your scissors, paper trimmer and adhesive. Why card kits? A couple reasons, one is getting fabulous papers and embellishments from popular Scrapbooking Companies, without buy a ton that you never use and letting it all just sit in the drawer.   The second is cost. I am a frugal scrapbooker and affordability is always high on my list.  It is not always easy to spend $30- $50 on a kit.  Our kits will be $15.00 which INCLUDES shipping! And lastly is co

Silhouette Knock-Out Technique

Hello, Friends!  Marilyn here with a technique that may be new to some of you.  Those who use it call it the knock-out technique. Here is an example of what the knock-out technique looks like: Silhouette Knock-Out Design Technique To create my example, I first typed out the "Happy New Year" in black using a thick font (I used Impact).  The line spacing will need to be adjusted to make the lines closer to each other. Then I typed 2015 in blue using the font Arial.  The colorful confetti was purchased and downloaded from the Silhouette store. Design #17667 from Silhouette Store I color filled the confetti and placed around the 2015 text. Step 1 - design  Next place the 2015-confetti design on top of the Happy New Year text and duplicate - you'll need two copies of your design for this effect. Step 2 - place 2015-confetti design on top of Happy New Year and create an extra copy. Highlight the top design and choose "crop".  You'l

Friday's PL

Hi there, Cristina with SBC here with you to share a PL layout I did. I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. It all came so fast so I hope everyone enjoyed some good quality family time. Today I will be sharing a PL layout I did of my daughter at the beach. I really wanted to incorporate some color photos with the black and white. I really like to use both color and black and white pictures, I think it gives it some character. With this layout I used: Project Life - Midnight Core Kit Authentique - embellishments MayaRoad - Ribbon Heidi Swapp - Gold and Pink color mist I wanted to give one of the cards some extra color, so I splattered some of the color mist onto it. View blog post for supplies I hope you enjoyed today's project too. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. Thank you for stopping

Merry Christmas

SBC Design Team would like to wish each and everyone of our wonderful followers a Blessing Filled Holiday Season!  You have made 2014 a wonderful year for us. Also, we have picked our random winner from our 12 days of Christmas Blog Hop. So our lucky winner will get one more gift in the mail!  Please email Sandy @ scrapbookblessingsclub at, your address. Winner is.... MamawCindy Congrats, you won a SBC mini Card Kit! Once again, Merry Christmas everyone!!!!

Post-It Note Teacher Gifts

Hey kids!  Cindy, back on the blog today.  I'm sharing the Post-It note holders I made for my kiddos' teachers for Christmas.  These are super easy to do and make a fun little gift.  I followed this  utube video.   I also included some chocolates in their gift bag.    Recipe: Bugaboo Digi Stamps:  Christmas Mouse ornament, Candy Cane Mouse, Plush Reindeer Snowball watercolor pencils Glossy Accents Diamond Ice Stickles The Paper Studio - N Pole Productions stack- red stripe The Paper Studio - Winter Wonderland stack - candy cane paper DCWV - Winter Wonder stack - silver snowflake paper Terrifically Tacky Tape - 1/4" mini pen - from Staples Sticky Note pad - from Target View blog post for supplies Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year! Cindy--- In Love with PAPER SBC Designer

Winter Scrapbook Digital Layouts

Penguin Believe  Ornament Layout @2014 Granny Ma's Creations Recipe for digital scrapbook page: Frames from Make the Cut Library (included in their software) Sparkly Flourish, snowflakes, background paper, snowflake border and lace snowflakes from Paper Garden Projects  Midwinter Digital Kit which is being released mid-December at The Digi Chick Penquin with Believe sentiment ornament found at Creative Kuts 2nd Penquin from Christmas Penquins-2014 by Scrappy Dew. The original template for the snowy hill from Rolling Hills Hill template by Digital Scrapbooking at Pixel Scrappers. I used Adobe Photosphop Elements 12 and for editing. I hope your enjoyed today's project too. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day! Carolyn - Granny Ma&

Easy Elegant Ornaments Using Vinyl and Your Cricut

Hi, it's Lynne today from Her Craftiness and  I want to share with you a super easy but elegant Christmas ornament! Yes, that's right, it's super simple and easy with little cost using your Cricut or any cutting machine, vinyl, and pre-purchased glass ornaments!!!! I made 2 of each style for a total of 6 ornaments, scraps of vinyl which took me approximately 30 minutes for all 6 and cost is less than $4.00 for all 6 ornaments!!!! Supplies: black vinyl scraps this is the image I had used creating with Make the Cut and using Create with TLC image  glass 3.5 inch ornaments TIP: when cutting be sure to use the "kiss" setting as not to tear the vinyl. Thanks for stopping by today and hope you want to try making these also! I hope your enjoyed today's project too and hope you want to try making these also. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: S

SBC Easel Tutorial ~

  Hello Friends, Annette here for the Scrapbook Blessings Club and today for Friday's Cards. Today I would like to feature my Easel Cards. Easels are one of my most favorite cards I make and I try to utilize my Easels for various styles, its amazing what you can achieve, they are so much fun. Tip of the Day: I always use 285gsm for my Easel for strength to hold the heaviest of embellishments. Now onto my project: Here are some of the different designs I have used my Easels for:  I always use 285gsm Easel Stand and I make my Easel separately to my platform. Using an A4 Quill Metalique 285gsm Board I score with my Scor-Pal as per photo hereunder scoring at 2" ~  4" ~ 8" Fold and join with double sided adhesive tape  Cut your platform out measuring 9" X 6+1/2" Cover your Platform and your Easel in desired designers papers and then place your Easel on top of your Platform with double s