Sunday, 22 July 2018

Studio75 "Berry Cherry" birthday card ~ Lynne

Hello dear crafters! Lynne here with a step card featuring a combination of papers from two Studio75 collections, "The Berry Copse" and "Cherry Blossom". I found the neutral papers in the two packs coordinated beautifully together, and the soft green was a lovely complement as well.

I started with a 6" x 12" strip; after a few folds and cuts I ended up with this stand-up shape

I left the chipboard piece uncoloured as the natural shade matched the papers so well:

The Berry Copse paper pack, 12x12
Cherry Blossom paper pack, 12x12
Organza Rose trim , ecru
Scrapiniec Happy Birthday

So glad you stopped by, and I hope you enjoyed seeing my card!! Have a wonderful, colourful, creative week!

Thursday, 19 July 2018

DIY Mixed Media ATC's with Process VIDEO TUTORIAL ~ Tracey

Hello dear Scrap & Craft friends!

It's Tracey back with a set of mixed media Artist Trading Cards with a DIY Process Video Tutorial. These sweet ATC's feature the gorgeous Craft O'Clock Always Together Collection along with Scrapiniec Chipboard and flowers from the Scrap & Craft Store.


 In this DIY mixed media card process video and tutorial learn how to:
~ Use clear gesso to reduce warping
~ Add color with mist
~ Add texture with stenciled molding paste, and glitter
~ Add visual interest with spattered ink
~ Create texture with twine
~ Heat emboss chipboard  
~ Color sentiment strips with ink
~ Add texture with Prills, chunky glass glitter, and pearls using Bambino Glue



Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Enjoy card with LemonCraft

Hello everyone!

Emmy here today sharing my latest card I created using the wonderful papers from LemonCraft and chipboard pieces.

Products used to create this card:
Scrapiniec - Brush art script - Dream
White cardstock, 30x30 cm
White Pearls
Anemone - Summer frame 02
Studio75 Designer Stencil - Marocco Clover
Texture paste
Double Sided Tape 12 mm
3D foam cubes

Take a 30 x 30 cm white cardstock and cut off a 21 x 15 cm stripe. Fold it in two to create the card base. Cut a 10 x 14 cm panel from pattern paper from the Yesterday paper pad. Distress its edges using a paper piercing tool and adhere it to the card base.

Then using a designer stencil with texture paste, create the dimensional white layer.

Cut two paper stripes from a different pattern papers and adhere them as shown. 

To decorate my card I chipboard frame and a chipboard word.

As a final touch I added self adhesive pearls.

I hope I managed to inspire you today!

Have a wonderful creative week!

Sunday, 15 July 2018

SUMMER DREAM layout with Simona

Hello everyone! I'm Simona  and today I want to show you my brand new project for Scrap&Craft...a breezy, summery LayOut...
I am very fond of this picture, taken last year on the beautiful and 'wild' Ag. Theologos beach in Kos...the mesmerizing sound of the waves and the amazing shades of the sea are still so vivid in my memories...
I have used a sheet of 12x12 paper from the 'Daydream' collection by Lemoncraft...these papers are absolutely gorgeous! The designs are so beautiful and perfect for my Summer mood!

Let's start...

I have covered the paper with Clear Gesso, then with a wash of white gesso added with a brayer.
Tried to add a composition of my elements, and when I have found the perfect placement I added colour using Inks, stamped here and there for more interest and then added modeling paste through a stencil...while it was still wet I sprinkled with embossing powder and heat set.
More stenciling with a white acrylic paint and dried it well.

Glued all the layers under the photo..I have used a lot of scrap papers, cardboard and pieces of vellum, when everything was in its place I added more colour with ink and a brush, dried and glued the 3d elements...Added also pieces of chipboard previously coated with white gesso.

Here's more details...


Hope you enjoyed this week's project...I wish you a great Sunday and....see you next time!


Saturday, 14 July 2018

Lots of chocolates:)

It's Monika today with lots of chocolate boxes I made recently as a thank you for teachers.
I used number of different paper pads and as you can see I made foamiran flowers for each box.
For the flowers I used regular foamiran in pink and purple but please check the full range of foamiran HERE.

List of products: 

Thursday, 12 July 2018

Combination Easel and Stair Step Card Tutorial with Einat

Hello dear crafty friends!

Einat here with a new project to inspire you!

Today I want to share with you a fun Combination Easel and Stair Step Card Tutorial.

Start with a 5 1/4" x 12" piece of double sided cardstock.  
Score the cardstock at 1 1/4", 2 1/2", 4 1/4", 6" and 9".

Fold the panel back and forth on the score lines so it looks like this.

Cut a 5 1/4" square panel out of the same cardstock and adhere to the front side of the back panel.

Cut three pieces of pattern paper to cover all front panels: 
5" x 5", 5" x 1 1/2" and 5" x 1".

Add embellishments and your card is finished!

Supplies used:

Have fun creating!

Sunday, 8 July 2018

Beautiful Marilyn- Craft o'clock "Celebrate Today" layout by Lynne

Hello there! I love the soft greens and greys in this lovely paper line and I knew it would look perfect with this photo of Marilyn Monroe that I've been wanting to use on a page for a while.  I love vintage movies and stars, and every so often I create a layout featuring one.

I stenciled with texture paste and misted here and there, and I couldn't resist making a few more foamiran flowers for added texture.

The leaf sprays were diecut then rubbed onto a green inkpad. The beautiful flowers in the paper pack are perfect for fussy cutting and layering. I randomly punched along the edge with a notebook punch for a little added interest, and added the looped pearl string, which I got at the dollar store.

I hope you enjoyed seeing my page; if you've ever done a celebrity layout, I'd love to see it on our Scrap & Craft Inspiration page!  Wishing you a wonderful and creative week!

Friday, 6 July 2018

July Challenge: Summer

Hello dear crafty friends!

We're happy to welcome you to our July challenge: Summer

In this challenge you need to create any summer project! Use summer theme embellishments, colors or wording.
You can create any project you want: layout, card, canvas, art journal page or OTP project.

Please make sure to follow ALL the rules of the challenge to be eligible for our fabulous prizes!

The rules are:

* You need to use at least one product from the Scrap and Craft store 
* Link that product to the Scrap and craft store.

We have Three amazing prizes for you:

First prize: 25 Euro voucher for shopping
Second prize: 20 Euro voucher for shopping
Third prize: 15 Euro voucher for shopping

Before we share our design team's inspiring creations let's announce the winners!
The winners are:

First Prize: Sharon
Second Prize: Nancy Hill
Third Prize: Suzi Mac

Congrats! Please contact us so we'll send you the prize!

Here are the fabulous creations for the June challenge from our very talented Design Team



White cardstock 30x30 cm (…/…)
LemonCraft - Stack of basic scrapbooking papers -Yesterday (…/2001-stack-of-basic-scrapbooking…)
LemonCraft - Pad of scrapbooking papers- Yesterday 6x6 (…/1999-pad-of-scrapbooking-papers-…)
Misz masz Set of bubbles - chipboard (…/1396-misz-masz-set-of-bubbles-ch…)
Brush art script - Dream (…/1284-brush-art-script-dream.html)
Pink Cherry blossoms, 5 pcs. (…/1926-pink-cherry-blossoms-5-pcs.…)
White pearls



and yellow foamiran…/1069-foamiran-lemon-yellow-06-mm…





Studio75 ~ Blank Cards - 15x15cm , 20 pcs…/1925-blank-cards-15x15cm-20-pcs.…
Mulberry Paper Magnolia Flowers x 5 ~ White…/322-mulberry-paper-magnolia-flow…
Mulberry Roses ~ Ivory - 10 mm
Agateria ~ Unmounted Clear Stamp - Grille
Agateria ~ Unmounted Clear Stamp - Grille 3



The challenge ends on July 29th

Have fun creating!

Add your project to the Linky tool down here or on the right side of the blog

Thursday, 5 July 2018

"Dream of Being More" featuring Craft O'Clock Morning Dreams II with Tracey

Hello dear Scrap & Craft friends!

It's Tracey here with a new project for you. I created a two in one piece. It's an oversized mixed media graduation card, reinforced with an extra layer of 110lb cardstock so it can be placed on an easel to brighten up a mantel or desk. Rather than using a congratulations or graduation sentiment on the front, I stamped this inspirational sentiment that is perfect for a home decor piece as well as an encouragement to the graduate.

Tips and Techniques
The sweet floral cluster includes Magnolia Flowers, and Pale Pink Mulberry Roses from the Scrap & Craft Store. The gorgeous background paper is from the Craft O'Clock ~ Morning Dreams II Paper Collection. I also fussy cut flower images from the collection to layer under the cluster. The background and borders are stamped with Grille and Grille 3 Stamps from the store. I added a touch of teal pastels around the edges as well.

Bambino Glue dries clear and is just perfect for adhering texture with Prills and microbeads along with sequins, half pearls, and flakes of teal mica scattered onto the background.

From this angle you can see Pearl Stamens from the store that I tucked in under the rosebuds. I just adore the chipboard from Scrapiniec's Doily Lace Corner Set that I heat embossed in teal, then topped with another layer of blue glittered embossing powder. 

I collect odds and ends to use in my paper crafting from a variety of different sources. The decorative crystal and pearl stick pin is for wedding decor. I also tucked in a couple seashells I found at the shore on one of our vacations as well as a few flowers from my stash. A while back I crocheted some sweet little flowers and came across them recently. I couldn't resist adding one at the edge of the paper flowers.

The sentiment is stamped with permanent black ink onto watercolor paper. Once dry, I spritzed with water and brushed with watercolor paint, then tore around the words to expose the creamy white paper edges. Foam squares are used to raise up the sentiment so it sits nicely over the twine wrapped around the card.

I used light molding paste with the Studio75 Small Brick Stencil to add texture and when dry spritzed with color mist, then spattered with white ink.

I got artsy with these sweet summery dragonflies. They're stamped onto watercolor paper, then colored with blue and teal watercolors. It was a bit of extra work to fussy cut them, but well worth the effort! I wanted something shimmery, so added teal seed beads to the long slender bodies with Bambino Glue.