Warning: Use of undefined constant BWP_RC_INSTANCES - assumed 'BWP_RC_INSTANCES' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/noeysp5/public_html/wp-content/plugins/bwp-recent-comments/includes/class-bwp-recent-comments.php on line 188
» Scrapbook Generation

Archive for the ‘Scrapbook Generation’ Category

Here Comes Trouble

Monday, November 3rd, 2014

Here Comes Trouble


This layout was featured in the April edition of CREATE magazine.  Please go take a look for more inspiration!

Taking a stroll through Trader Joe’s is a whole new ball game when you let your two little guys have shopping carts.  It was fun! or… it was fun?  😉

Notes: The grocery cart was cut and pieced together by hand.  Sometimes you just can’t find the right premade embellishment.  I knew exactly what I wanted so I found a way to make it.

Products used: Papers: Little Yellow Bicycle, American Crafts, My Mind’s Eye, October Afternoon; Letters: American Crafts, Basic Grey; Punch: ek success; Border: ki Memories


Monday, January 13th, 2014
Scrapbook Generation’s CREATE, a free monthly digital magazine, goes live today! With over 200 pages of papercrafting goodness, the inaugural issue is packed with information and inspiration from talented scrapbookers and cardmakers.
The magazine focuses on sketches — providing four free layout, card, and tag sketches designed by Allison Davis and Debbie Sanders each month — but there is so much more!
CREATE features a different manufacturer’s design team every month. For January, the Fancy Pants design team has created 34 layouts, cards, and tags using the SG sketches.
Allison Davis and her sketch expertise will show up in a variety of articles. You’ll get a close-up, detailed look at her creative process, and her  ability to make simple, yet totally theme-specific handmade  embellishments.
CREATE magazine has its own talented design team that is featured in three segments: a color challenge, a sketch challenge, and an optional project challenge.
The magazine also includes other inspirational articles and  features related to scrapbooking, cardmaking, and papercrafting, including a monthly technique tutorial by Tammy Tutterow.
Head over to Scrapbook Generation’s newly expanded online store and check out the first issue of CREATE. It’s free, and it’s fabulous!