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Challenge #28 Anything Goes....really anything!

It's time for our next challenge! Anything Goes Our sponsor for this  challenge is (drum-roll please).... Yep, we are sponsoring this mini challenge! Stash prize package of goodies worth $20  A little about our sponsor... ScrapBook Blessings Club is a Tutorial/ Techniques/Tip blog. We have a great bunch of crafters excited to to share with you all their "tricks of the trade".  What a minute?!?!?! SBC??? That's right, our name changed from ScrapBook Blessings (which, once upon a time, was a small crop group in Youngstown, Ohio) to ScrapBook Blessings Club! A place where you can come and find tutorials, techniques and tips for the everyday at- home crafter, from beginner to advanced. Just a little info...We have a daily format to inspire you in creating fun, exciting paper crafts. Also, we will have a challenge twice a month! Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, a video tutorial from YouTube will be posted. The design team will showcase what they di

DIY Cake Carrier

Hello, Friends!  Marilyn here with a DIY Cake Carrier project.  I've seen these cake carriers all over the Pinterest board.  It appears to me that they were all created using vinyl.  Vinyl definitely works, but I much prefer working with Square1 printable. Finished Cake Carrier Here's what you'll need :

Portrait Scrapbook Layout Page

Hello and welcome to all my followers and crafty friends. Ange here today for SBC to share with you a single portrait layout that I made with a photo of one of our grandchildren. MY TIP - When using a large single photograph, to make it the point of interest have a black background and limited embellishments. In this layout I did a flower cluster.   Flower Cluster on Layout

Get Well

Hey kids!  Cindy back on the SBC blog today.  I've got a get well card to share today. TiP:  Keep your colors bright and your design fun for a Get Well card that is sure to cheer someone up :-) Recipe: 5" square cardbase in white Meljen Designs digi - Daisy Pitcher watercolor pencils DCWV - The Spring Stack - green patterned paper yellow organza & grosgrain ribbons TPC Studio- Greetings sentiment stamp set pop dots Diamond Stickles Thanks for stopping by today :-)  Cindy--- In Love with PAPER

Tuesday - Cards @Scrapbook Blessings Club

Hi there friends in the crafting world, Carolyn here to share a couple Christmas cards I recently made... But first the TIP:   Create your Christmas cards ahead of time, saves on the stress.   Christmas Village Church from here. The image was stamped on white card stock, and than die cut with a oval die.  Each scallop on the mat I applied Liquid Pearls and attached a ribbon on bottom.  Place it over a snow-flaked embossed mat and all attached to white card stock base. Sentiment from Stampin! Up Teeny Tiny Words.  Glitter glue applied to roof of the church; and I used Wink of Stella glitter pens to color in the stained glass window, plus the windows.  Door is also colored in with Wink of Stella glitter pen.   Photo download from a search on Internet that I printed out, and applied glitter/stickles to areas in photo that had glittered.  And created a easel card using my Silhouette Cameo.  I believe the photo was printed out and than cut out with my Brother&

"Dies" Tutorial ~ SBC DT

Hello Friends ! Annette here for the  Scrapbook Blessings Club   to share with you Monday's Project "Dies". Firstly: My Tip Of The Day Before removing Die once it has been cut, with a large Pin,  push all of the perforated cut pieces out of the Die before removing the actual Bow from the Die itself. I have found this process much easier rather than taking the Bow from the Die and trying to remove the little cut outs afterwards. Now onto my Tutorial: At this point I would just like to mention that these particular Dies are my most favourite of all Dies. I use these Dies on a constant regular basis, its very classy and adds loads of glamour to any projects. The Dies I am using today are the Sue Wilson Bow Dies  Finishing Touches ~ (Classic 3D Bow) and Finishing Touches ~ (Lattice 3D Bow)     Using Kaisercraft Cardstock in two contrasting colours I have chosen the small and large Bow Dies from both designs as well as the li

Restaurant Style Salsa

Hey kids!  Cindy back on the SBC blog today.  I've got a recipe for salsa for you.  I found this recipe on Pinterest.  It's from the The Pioneer Woman's blog.  Ree's a blogger and she has her own show on the Food Network.  This is the best salsa recipe I've tried (and I've tried a lot of them) :-) Tip:  Follow her recipe and measure carefully.  Let it sit in the fridge over night if possible. Restaurant Style Salsa Ingredients 1 can (28 Ounce) Whole Tomatoes With Juice 2 cans (10 Ounce) Rotel (diced Tomatoes And Green Chilies) 1/4 cup Chopped Onion 1 clove Garlic, Minced 1 whole Jalapeno, Quartered And Sliced Thin 1/4 teaspoon Sugar 1/4 teaspoon Salt 1/4 teaspoon Ground Cumin 1/2 cup Cilantro (more To Taste!) 1/2 whole Lime Juice

Digital Scrapbook page for Thursday Product Review

Good morning, Carolyn here with a product review.  I will have to confess - I thought I had signed up for Friday - Layouts this week and when I rechecked again, oops, Product Review.  So I will be reviewing the software I used to create the page layout.. TIP:   don't be afraid of learning how to use new editing software.  I used two different software in creating this: Abode Photoshop Elements ver. 12 (free software)

Birthday Card - Using Tagxedo

Hello, Friends!  Marilyn here with a birthday card that incorporates some subway art.  I found a fun (free!!) and easy online application from  Tagxedo.Com  that lets you create your own subway art. First, here's my finished birthday card: A2 sized card See the Subway art in the center of the owl? Here's how to do it: Step 1:  Go to Step 2:  Select the orange " Create " button on left. Step 3:  Select the  Load  Button on the left column. Step 4:  Type the words that you would like to have included in your final subway art.  Enter the same word more than once and it'll appear larger that the rest.  When done, select Submit button on right. Step 5:  Go to  Theme  and select a color choice. Step 6:  Go to  Orientation .  I chose H/V (horizontal and vertical) for mine. Step 7:  Go to  Shape .  I chose the circle.  This made all my words group together in a circle.  I could have chosen "Invert" which would ha

Fun Fold Card

Hi  to all our fellow crafter's, Ange here on the SBC blog today. I've got a fun fold card for you today. This is one of my favourite card folds I would like to share with you today a "Criss Cross Card", it has so many ways to decorate it, jazz it up with flowers and embellishments or just keep it simple for a thank you! Tip: You can decorate it with flowers and embellishments, color the image and attach it to the front of the card or just keep it simple as an invitation card, the invitation could be your card insert. I will start by giving you the step by step instructions: My Criss Cross I have made with a Sherri Ann Baldy Digi Stamp I have colored with my Copic markers. My Criss Cross Card-All Decorated and Finished. Here is a link to a utube tutorial video for those of you who like to follow along with a video. Tutorial Video for the Criss Cross Card Recipe: Cardstock: The base of this card is made from 2 x 6"