As the wind whips outside my window and a late-season blizzard descends on Minnesota, I’m staying nice and cozy inside with the new Little Lamb baby scrapbook collection spread out before me. What fun to have the sweetest farm and floral images and soft and cuddly colours and patterns of our new baby scrapbook products to play with! Snow schmoe!
“Graphic,” “striking” and “bold” pretty much sum up the new Black & White collection. Add that to the new Double Chevron Border Maker Cartridge and Starburst Punch, along with your favourite Cardstock colours and you have all you need to make some seriously snazzy scrapbook borders! In fact, we’ve come up with 5 scrapbook borders you’ll want to make. The best part – they can be used for nearly any occasion, from birthdays to graduations to weddings and on and on.
Have you ever looked at one of your scrapbook layouts and thought to yourself that it needed a little… something to liven it up or make it complete? Borders are a great way to do that – and these scrapbook border designs may be just what you’ve been waiting for!
Scrapbooking border ideas with the Textile Paper Packs are endless! It’s fun to use your imagination to come up with different options with each and every collection. They are endless options of tools you can use to create scrapbooking borders, but keep reading to find out what tools I used!
Think a standalone punch can only be used for creating individual cut-outs for your scrapbook layouts and projects? Think again! Creative Memories Independent Advisor Rachael DelVecchio came up with a genius idea this past weekend using the new Starburst Punch… check it out!
Have you seen the Timber, Stone and Cloth Paper Packs yet? I absolutely love how realistic the textures are! These border designs came about by indecision. So many shades and textures, how could I choose just a few? What if I laid strips of my favourites side by side, marquetry-style, and used the resulting patterns to create richly textured borders? Read on to see what I came up with!
Happy #FiveThingsFriday, everyone! Today, we have compiled a list of not one or two, but FIVE incredible punches that you’ll absolutely need in your scrapbooking stash this spring to make the most beautiful spring projects and layouts! The great news? They complement each other for fun layering effects! So… let’s spring right into it!
Looking for fresh ideas for your spring scrapbook layouts? Well, look no further – we’ve got two spring scrapbook border ideas using Full Bloom that you’re going to love! They’re boisterous and fun and will take your spring and floral layouts to the next level… Sound like something you’d like to create? Read on!
Here’s a cure for the winter blues: make happy, colourful springtime borders with the new Full Bloom Collection! I changed it up a bit this time and created some corner borders. So simple, yet fun. Borders are a great way to add a little pizzazz to Fast2Fab™ Predesigned Refill Pages. Make a few and try them out on different layouts in the new Full Bloom Fast2Fab Album!
I love working with old photos, especially when I know the names and even some of the stories that go along with them. I will admit it can be challenging to effectively arrange on a page a group of old delicate black and white photos, in all sizes and conditions.
That’s why I love the new Archiver’s™ collection. The muted colour scheme and delicate laser cut embellishments blend so well with the old photos and eras so they complement, not distract, and help pull together a unified page. These borders serve to recreate the feel of an era gone by, to balance pages full of well-loved photos and the memories they evoke.