Scrapbooking Global October Blog Hop

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Once a month our Facebook group called Scrapbooking Global has a blog hop with a theme set by one of my fellow Design Team Members.

This months Theme is “Celebrate!”

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My Mother  in Law recently turned 80 so that was my immediate thought of using a few of those photos for this theme.

Here’s my Layout using Frosted Floral Specialty DSP.

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I also used Pick a Pennant Bundle (pg 173 AC), Itty Bitty Greetings (pg 46 AC), Celebrate You Thinlit dies (pg 216 AC), Frosted Bouquet Framelit Dies (pg 37 HC), Frosted Epoxy Droplets (pg 37 HC), Whisper White Bakers Twine (pg 201 AC), Blueberry Bushel ink and Cardstock (pg 183 AC).

It was great to finally ink up the Pick a Pennant stamp set as I hadnt used it yet! ..I dont know why I havent before as it is lovely for any celebration scrapbooking page card/3D item. In fact this set has given me a few ideas to use in another way!

More on that another day!

A simple page that I’m teaching for my beginner Scrapbooking Class next month.

So off we go on this blog hop to the lovely Sharon Dalton from Australia.

 

 

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You can also access all the other blog hop participants by clicking on the little blue frog below.

 

 

 

Thanks for looking.

Happy Scrapbooking.

Delys

Diecut Masking Technique

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This month on the Technique to Try Design Team we are using the Diecut Masking Technique.

You can see this technique tutorial on Splitcoastampers here.

Here’s what I came up with using a stamp set I havent used yet from the Annual Catalogue (Follow your dreams pg 54). It has matching dies with it (which I have used).

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I used my brayer for this card and brayered Night of Navy and Tranquil Tide onto Crumb Cake Cardstock.

My tips for this technique are :

Use a wide painters tape for diecutting, take the sticky off the tape a little by rubbing it on your clothing/hands and use the new pick up tool to gently remove the diecut from the Big Shot plate.

Hop over to Heikes blog here or have a look at what the rest of the Technique To Try Design Team have come up with using the links below.

 

1. Leonie Schroder – Australia
2. Libby Dyson – Libby Stampz, Australia
3. Delys Cram-New Zealand
4. Heike Vass – Germany
5. Carmen Morris – Netherlands
6. Ann Craig – Australia
7. Narelle Fasulo – Australia

 

 

Happy Stampin!

Delys

 

 

Winter Woods

I just had to have this bundle as soon as I saw it in the Holiday Catalogue. (page 27 HC)

But, with so many other shiny new things to play with, I hadn’t had a chance to have a play with this versatile bundle!

I can see lots of technique cards coming up with this bundle!

 

Two people that are pretty special got this card.  Both having a tough time of it lately.

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Simple card really! I stamped in Mossy Meadow with the trees onto the Wood Textures DSP (Page 191 AC).I mounted this onto Copper foil.

I then diecut the trees in white cardstock and used the new Bright Copper Shimmer Paint (page 38 HC) to give the branches some highlights.

The sentiment is from floral Frames (page 135 AC).

The Thick Whisper White base card is embossed with the Subtle TIEF (embossing folder page 223 AC

 

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Happy Stampin”

Delys

Minnie Mouse boxes!

Okay ..I’m seriously having a ball with this Takeout Thinlit Die (147927 pg 50 HC)..

Yesterday I made 10 of these Minnie Mouse Takeout boxes for my market this weekend!

Seriously ..they are so quick and easy to make up!

Perfect for a little gift (money, jewellery, lipbalm etc) or filled with lollies for a party favour!

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So the day before yesterday was Batman boxes, yesterday was Minnie mouse boxes..what shall I do today hmmm?

Happy Stampin’

Delys

 

Batman!

The first time I saw the Spooky Bats Punch in the Holiday Catalogue (pg 51)….I just knew I had to do a Batman box for my regular markets.

That box is the new Takeout Thinlit die (pg 50 HC)…

So here is my Batman boxes

 


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These are perfect for party favours or just something small for a child.

I’ve filled these with lollies and a balloon.

Off today to make some more boxes in another theme! These are addictive and so, so easy!

Happy Stampin’

Delys

September Scrapbooking Global Blog Hop

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Welcome to our September Scrapbooking Blog Hop!

This month, it is my pleasure to set the Theme ….which is Masculine!

I often get asked by class attendees for Masculine LOs.

Having a photo shy boy (now man), I would secretly take photos of our Son and then Scrapbook them! Haha!

So making masculine LOs is a passion of mine..to capture our Sons memories, my Husbands memories and capture my Dads memories onto my pages.

Here’s what I’ve come up with with my Husband as the focus this time …

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I absolutely Love the Festive Farmhouse DSP from the Holiday Catalogue! (pg 13)

In particular, the two wood papers in this pack. I just might have to get several more packs for this particular paper lol..Does anyone else do that ..or is it just me?

I’ve teemed it up with the Best Route Memories and More pack for my journalling card and a few other stickers.

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Other products used are Annual Catalogue-Lined Alphabet Stamp (pg 174), Love You To Pieces Bundle (pg 113), Metallic brad (pg 198), Basic Black Solid Bakers Twine (pg 201), Best Route Enamel Shapes (pg 197).  Holiday Catalogue- Frosted Bouquet Framelit dies (pg 37), Chicken Wire Element (pg 43), Galvanised Clip (pg 43), Takeout Thinlit Dies (pg 50) Merry Christmas Thinlit Dies (pg 5), Corrugated Dynamic TIEF (pg 13), Journalling pen (pg 203)

And now we are off to the next blog on our Blog Hop. The lovely and talented Sharon Dalton. 

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Click on the little blue icon to see all of those who are hopping with us and to get to the next blog!

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Thanks for stopping by! If you havent heard about Scrapbooking Global ..its a Facebook group with a focus on Stampin’ Up! Products. Come and join the fun and get some inspiration while you are at it!