The promise of spring’s (far away) arrival is enough to get anyone through the winter. With spring comes beautiful flowers – even dandelions – my husband doesn’t think so though! Continue reading Spring into Winter with Digital Full Bloom Scrapbook Pages
Would you like to learn a quick paper craft technique that will create beautiful flowers that you can use for party decorations or wall art? You’re in luck because we’ve got just the thing for you! Check out this easy tutorial to learn a fun paper craft project!
It’s #ThrowbackThursday here on the blog, and we’re traveling back to March of 2017 with a sketch challenge from a Virtual Crop! We asked one of our awesome blog contributors, Sarah, to use the sketch with the Full Bloom collection to create her version of it and give it her own spin. Ready to be inspired?
Welcome back to another #ThrowbackThursday! Today, we will be showing you a 2-page layout that our fantastic blog contributor, Karen, created using the Full Bloom collection. She took one of our past projects and turned it into a flower-power masterpiece! Ready to take a look?
Looking for a quick, easy way to make an adorable gift album? Here’s a simple tutorial for creating an 8×8 scrapbook album using just a few supplies and tools of your choice! Let’s get started!
What is the fastest way to a fabulous, complete scrapbook album? Fast2Fabs™ Albums of course! If you haven’t tried them for yourself, you will want to take a look at this post to see how one of our contributors, Karen, creatively integrated traditional pages with Fast2Fab™ pages.
Happy Easter! We have a special Easter scrapbook layout project for you to showcase your Easter photos with your family or somebunny special. Check it out!
Here’s another #ThrowbackThursday on the blog! We provided one of our fabulous blog contributors, Meggan, with a sketch that we created for the Sorbet collection and asked her to re-create it using the Full Bloom collection and make it uniquely hers! Want to see? Take a look!
Hello! I am having a hard time with the fact that Edward is now 8 years old! Those eight years have flown! Just a few moments ago, I was just sitting here thinking about the things I love about him… and then I jotted them down on paper so I would not forget them! He is such a good kid with a lot of good qualities. I just love him.
For this 10 things scrapbooking layout, I decided to use the gorgeous Full Bloom collection. I love the gorgeous colours and patterns in this collection. It’s so very different and pretty… and the stickers are even prettier in person.
When a new collection arrives, I love to see how all the pieces work together and play with the Paper, Embellishments and Mats to start – even before I start creating layouts and working with photos. This gets my creative juices flowing and I get excited and more inspired to work with the collection. Today, I decided to play around with Full Bloom and created three spring scrapbook layouts you’re going to love
While you’ll see in these three spring scrapbooking layouts that these samples have been adhered to White Cardstock with strips of paper and border stickers, I normally create mats ready to use on layouts or in a Fast2Fab™ Album.
What You’ll Need:
- Full Bloom Paper Pack
- Full Bloom Embellishments
- Full Bloom Mat Pack
- Full Bloom Stickers
- Bouquet Punch Bundle Leaf Embellishments
- Tape Runner
- Repositionable Tape Runner Refill
- Foam Squares
- 12-inch Trimmer
- Multi-Purpose Tool
It is great to have decorated scrapbooking mats ready to go! I just add a photo, use as a journal box or even decoration on a page. Then, adding an appropriate sticker, title or sentiment can provide the perfect inspiration to complete a page. Sometimes it is also as simple as adding a location and date in my handwriting. See what your handwriting has to say about you in this blog post!
To start, I pull all the packs apart and look at both sides of the papers. The Creative Memories designers usually include a decorative side and a more tonal side. Then, I answer the questions… Which sides do I like best? Which colours and designs work for me?
Then I start grouping pieces that work together. With Full Bloom, there is an amazing assortment of flower shapes with multicolour pieces. I chose to use colour combinations from the flowers that added a little bit of pop. I know with any two or three papers I chose I could also find embellishments and mats that worked together. I had fun finishing-up with leaves from the Bouquet Punch Bundle promotion.
Once you are happy with your selections, then you can start layering and clustering will bring these together for a finished look. Make sure to add plenty of Foam Squares for dimension and 3-D effect. Adhere and enjoy!