We are excited to be hosting our ScrapPink Crop For The Cure Fundraiser this coming Saturday. The event is sold out, and we can't wait!
If you are not one of our lucky croppers, don't worry!
Our store is open to everyone (not just croppers).
Feel free to stop by for a visit and shop anytime between 8am and 4pm at the Salvation Army Church. (33 Diana Ave. Brantford)
EVERYTHING in the store is on sale!!! ... Even our kits will be 10% off.
In addition to the sale, ScrapMuch? will also be donating $5 to the cause for selected kits purchased and $1 to the cause for any other kits sold at this event. So this Saturday will be the perfect time to stock up on your kits and make a difference! As a reminder, ScrapMuch? will no longer be creating any new kits after our retreats later in November ... so get them now before its too late!
I am back today to share the remaining samples that Elaine created using the ScrapMuch? September kit club premium kit. My apologies for missing the last two Tuesday postings ... but never fear, we have 3 samples to share today!
Today I am back with another featured kit from our store.
The following kit "641 - Girls Nite Out" would be perfect for the pic of you and your friends getting ready for a night out (or that seflie while you are out and about)! I can see both a black and white photo or a colour photo looking stunning on this kit. This kit would also be super easy to rotate if your photo was landscape instead of portrait!
This kit is only $10+hst and can be purchased here.
Check out our "Project Kits For Sale" section of the blog or purchase your kits online on our website here!
Hello! Today I am sharing another photo from my maternity album ... sorry for all of the glare, but the photo sleeves make for a difficult time photographing ... and if you look closely at the top left corner you'll notice that I've actually used eyelets to hold/tie my photo right into the pocket (an easy trick).
You may wonder why I have the gold lining along the side of the page. Well, I actually had to use it for "reinforcement" since the pocket page holes ripped on me almost right away :( ... so I decided to use some nice gold paper and eyelets to create my own holes.
I've never had very pretty writing, but I decided that I wanted to journal in this album, and to make it truly a scrapbook of my experience, it has to include my authentically messing printing :)
Today I am back with another featured kit from our store. This time I am showcasing kit "931 - Smile Often, You re Gorgeous" (available for purchase here)
This layout would work for so many different types of photos --- a black and white selfie would be the perfect classic choice or a bright colourful picture of someone special in your life would be lovely and vibrant!
All of our single page kits are only $10+hst each! Check out our "Project Kits For Sale" section of the blog or purchase your kits online on our website here!
Today I am back with another featured kit from our store. This kit is #933 - Back To School and would be perfect for those first day of school shots! (This kit is available for purchase here)
As a reminder most of our double page layout kits are only $12.75+hst and all of our kits are ready to assemble (no cutting required!). Check out our "Project Kits For Sale" section of the blog or purchase your kits online on our website here!
I'm back and sharing more cards that I created recently using up scraps from my stash.
One thing that you'll see is consistent throughout these cards is my use of the sewing machine to sew the patterned piece of paper to the woodgrain or brick background page. This is a really easy way to add a nice little effect and also truly cuts down on the amount of adhesive needed since the stitching does all the attaching for you! I also used a number of sentiments that I cut out on my silhouette. I tend to cut these out in bulk and them set them aside so that I have a bunch of sentiments ready and waiting for the next time that I'm creating cards!
New this month, we are going to be featuring one of the kits available in our store each Friday. For those of you that aren't aware, we are continually creating new double and single page layout kits as well as card kits. Our kits are super easy to create with as all of the cutting is done for you and you just need to glue! Use the kit exactly as shown or just use it as a take-of starting point to create a whole different layout using the contents!
I was recently looking at some family pics that we took on father's day with my Grandpa, Dad, my son and my nieces and so I have decided to feature the following kit as our first Friday Feature. This kit is called "#939 - Dad" and is available for purchase here.
Perfect for those father's day pics! Like most of our double page layout kits, this kit only costs $12.75+hst. Check out our "Project Kits For Sale" section of the blog or purchase your kits online on our website here!
Today we are sharing some birthday cards that I created recently.
I'd like to point out the alpha technique I used on the top left hand corner card ... if you are like me and have a hard time placing square alpha stickers in a straight line beside each other, you can just plan to have them haphazard instead! It actually puts the letters closer together so that it takes up less space on your card!
Also, don't forget that you can always use "library pockets" on the front of a card to hold a gift card (or just a tag as I have done) -- its a great way to "wrap" a gift card!
Today I am sharing a few cards that I recently created using up some scraps from my stash.
I had fun using the Jillibean Soup Sequins on the "Sweet" card --- The best thing about these sequins are that there are multiple sizes and they already have the adhesive on the back! So they are super easy to add to your creations. We have a number of colours in stock at ScrapMuch?!
I also tried out the Nuvo Crystal drops that we now have in stock (the silver dots on the birthday hat card and the red dots on the "You are So Lovely" card) ... this was my first attempt (I decided to practice right on my cards) and although I like how the dots look on the cards, I learned afterwards that my drops were a little flat (and mis-shapen, haha) and that in order for me to get a more "enamel dot" type effect I just needed to put a bit more of the "liquid" into each drop. Once I had that down, my future enamel dot creations looked great! This is a great way to get the enamel dot spattering look at a fraction of the cost. All it takes is a few practice dots and you'll be a pro!
Feel free to ask us about the sequins of the Nuvo Crystal Drops at our next event or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!