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Thursday, October 31, 2013


Happy Thursday and Happy Halloween. Tonight it seems it will rain and we're hoping it won't be cold for the kiddos to go out for trick-or-treat. My card for today is a center step card, a tutorial I got from Cindy. She is my fellow team member from SBC. You can check her post here.

The image I used today is one that I got from From The Heart Stamps, a monthly progressive challenge. If you played along in the challenge last month, you will be emailed this image for FREE! :) If you missed out, you can still play along with the challenge by purchasing the image. Then you can enter the challenge and receive next month’s digi free. OR if you spend $10 in the From The Heart Stamps store this month, you can enter code HARVEST to receive this as a free gift.

Card recipe
Papers - Making Memories Fall
Cardstock - Gina K White, Bazzill
Accessories - Prismacolored pencils, ribbon, Martha Stewart punch leaf, Harvest bling (Studio G)


From The Heart Stamps - Monthly Progressive Challenge
Baffies StopBlog - Amtumnal Works
Simon Says Stamp - Anything goes
Whimsy Stamps - Anything goes
Crafty Sentiments - Anything goes
Cuttin and Stampin - Autumn Harvest
Party Time Tuesdays - Anything goes
Wags' n Whiskers - Fall Colors

Saturday, October 26, 2013

SBC's Save the TaTa's Blog Hop

Welcome to the Scrapbook Blessings Club... Save the TaTa's blog hop!

If you are jumping in the middle, you can start at the beginning, but hopefully you hopped over from Zenita's blog.  So let's get started...

It's October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I'm sure that many have been touched by this dreaded disease. We need to have Awareness for Mammograms for early detection. SO, with this being said, the talented Design Team and Facebook members of Scrapbook Blessings Club are ready to strut their stuff and show you just how easy it is to use the Tic Tac Toe Board in the SBC FB group as inspiration.  

Here is the card that I did using the first row i.e Pink ribbon, Pink brads and Pink Beads of the Tic Tac Toe Board.

I was going to play with the first row from the top but stop dead since I couldn't find my pink embroidery floss!!! So, had to play with another row or column...Of course, I had trouble on where to place the Pink bead but I was able to find a spot. Phew! 

Another fun note is that I don't own a lot of Verve stamps set and I had to include the word SURVIVOR in my tag. So what do I do? Eureka!!! I took the Sweet on You set, took out the sentiments " You're a lifesaver, You color my World & Can't bear it without you" and started playing...It took me a while to stamp just the alphabet and masking the rest but it was well worth it!!! Don't you think so?

My sketch comes from the The Heart Stamps

and lastly, a close up...

Hopefully this inspires you to remember to get the TaTa's checked when you see pink!!! Your next stop is Cristina.

Oh, did I mention that there will be a little prize given by Lynne Kirsch of a cross which she makes using her Embroidery Machine to one lucky person that comments.  Also, THE STAMPING CHEF is giving away the Fighter digi stamp too!  Just leave a comment and we would love if you followed the blogs but it is not a requirement.

If you would love to play along with the tic tac toe card game, you can share it in the special album in the Scrapbook Blessings Club Facebook group for a second prize offered by Lynne.

Here is the entire blog list:

Supplies - will update later

Other challenges I would like to enter:

Verve StampsTag, You're It, October Diva Dare
The Squirrel and the fox - Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
Amusing Challenge - Anything goes
Challenges 4 Everybody - Anything goes
Creative Inspirations - Anything goes
Penny Black Challenge - Anything goes (no digi)
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Anything goes
Craft-Dee bows Challenge - Anything goes
Paper Nest Dolls Challenge - Anything goes

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

What is Craftsy?

Happy Wednesday everyone. Hope you're doing great today! I would like to let you know that Craftsy is offering FREE, yes FREE, classes. Check out what they have. Enjoy!

What is Craftsy?
Craftsy is a worldwide craft community offering online classes. It also has a patterns marketplace where independent designers can sell their patterns; a supplies shop with great deals on yarn, fabric, and class kits; and a projects section where members share pictures of their latest craft successes. With over two million members and counting, Craftsy has something for just about everyone, in categories ranging from quilting, sewing, knitting, painting, photography, cooking, and more. 

Why should I take a class online?
Online education isn’t just for schools and universities anymore. Craftsy courses provide you the convenience of a world-class instructor in your home, whenever you want to learn. Online education, no matter what subject, is a great alternative to in-person classes for a number of reasons. 

With many online learning opportunities being on-demand, you are able to learn at your own pace, anytime. Online learning is a fantastic alternative to in-store craft classes for people with busy schedules or who have difficulty leaving the house. It also allows you to watch a troubling section over-and-over again, so you can see exactly how a technique is carried out, or refer back to your class for relevant concepts before beginning any new projects.

Here are the Free Craftsy Classes that I was telling you. What do you get? FREE classes!!!

Sunday, October 20, 2013

SBC's Challenge #4: Twisted Easel technique

Good morning and happy Sunday everyone! Hope you're laying down cozily in your bed as you are reading this post. This week, SBC is challenging us with the Twisted Easel technique. What is that? Well, like the name says, it's an easel but twisted on its side! Now, how cool is that?

Here is what Mary from Cardztv has done:

and here's is my version using Bugaboo's Stella and Gus - Mariage. This cracked me up!

I went with a simple design since I wanted the image to shine. Love the sentiments too LOL. I colored the image with my prismacolored pencils and baby oil. The leaves are made with a stencil. Papers are from my stash.

This is the card when partly shut but it lays flat and goes in an A2 envelope. 

Please check my fellow teamies for more inspiration here

4 Krafty Girlz - Any goes
Crafting by Design - Any goes

Monday, October 14, 2013

You're invited to a ....... Party!!!

Happy thanksgiving Monday to all my Canadian friends!!! Hope you had a blast yesterday and that you had lots of turkey, pumpkin pies and cherry sauce. We had a simple family gathering but boy, are we stuffed! Lots of leftovers though...

The image is from Sassy Studio Designs called Cheers Sassy and she was given as part of a monthly progressive challenge over on Paper Craft Planet. As always, I have colored her using my prismacolored pencils with baby oil. I cuttlebugged the white background cardstock, inked it before I matted her with some bazzill cardstock, Papers are from a We R Memories kit. 

If you missed on my tutorial to color with prismacolored pencils and baby oil, please have a peek here

 My sketch comes from Sweet Sketch Wednesday and the sentiments are from the Simon Says Stamp July Kit.


Sassy Studio Designs Monthly Progressive Challenge - Oktoberfest
Simon Says Stamp Wed Challenge - Use Rubber or Cling stamps

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Happy Birthday!!!

Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope it was a great start to  your work day. For me, it was even though I don't technically work at a 9 to 5 day job :-) I wanted to share this Happy Birthday card that I made for my special friend's birthday. Hers is tomorrow and we're all meeting her up for dinner. Ah, a girl's night hehe...

I colored Mud Piggy with my prismas and baby oil, matted the iamge with kraft cardstock. Papers are from Anna Griffin and the sentiment is from an old company that I don't have the name of. Psst, if you want, you can check my tutorial on how I color with prismas and baby oil here.

 The following are a close up of my image and the inside. Stamps are from the Inkadinkado sentiments set.

My sketch comes from the I{heart} sketch #37.

Card Recipe:
Cardstock - Kraft (Recollections)
Paper - Anna Griffin
Stamps - Mud Piggy (Doodle Pantry), Inkadinkado
Accessories - Circle, Scallop (Spellbinders), prismas, flower punch 

I would also like to enter this card into the following:

Simon Says Stamp Wed Challenge - Rubber or Clear (Used both on inside and outside)

Sunday, October 6, 2013

SBC Challenge #3 - Triple Time Stamp Technique

Hi friends!  Jennyfer here for ScrapBook Blessings Club to share with you the Triple Time Stamp Technique.

First, I have my tip of the day for you....Write down the measurements on the cardstock after you have cut down your pieces. First hand experience, I got mixed up in the measurements and had to re-measure again :-)

Onto today's project...

This is a card that I made for my mom. She loves blue and her birthday is coming up.

Here is what you need:

  • cardstock: blue and dark blue
  • adhesive
  • ink pad
  • paper cutter


  • First, cut your card stock base
  • Measure and cut all 3 layers as shown in Dawn's video tutorial. You will find it on the SBC's site.
  • Stamp your sentiment 
  • Using your background stamp (in my case, I used the PTI stitching set), stamp all over the layers.
  • Adhere your layers (TIP - Make sure that you follow the designs of your stamping when you are gluing everything back together)

I hope your enjoyed today's project.

I have today's post over at ScrapBook Blessings Club where you can see what my teammates made for today's challenge.

And as always, comments are appreciated.

Thank you for stopping by and Have a blessed day!

 SBC Team Designer

Saturday, October 5, 2013

SBC Blog Hop + giveaway

Welcome to our first Scrapbook Blessings Blog Hop. Today, we are celebrating a exciting new journey at the Scrapbook Blessing Club! So let the party begin!!!


We are so super thrilled to introduce our new SBC Design Team. At SBC, "we are making crafts and saving memories one technique at a time." We have daily themed posts, bringing you lots of fun and creative tips, techniques and tutorials to use for all your paper crafting projects.

Also, we have a sponsored video tutorial challenge every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, for us to learn fun ideas and for a chance to win great prizes. We also have our own Facebook group, Scrapbook Blessing Club found HERE and with our  team we will be bringing you great tips, sites and online deals each and every day.

Take a few minutes and hop along with us and check out all the talent these ladies are contributing to our Club here. You should have hopped over from Sandy but if you are just joining us you can start at the beginning over at Scrapbook Blessings Club

I am so pleased to be part of the SBC DT. I don't have a card for today but I do want to share my favorite tutorial with you: coloring with prismas colored pencils and baby oil

I am giving away a little something for today's hop. 

To be eligible to win this prize:
  • Follow Scrapbook Blessings Club
  • Follow my blog Jennyfer Creates
  • Leave a comment on this post

1 Stampendous stamp set
1 unknown company sentiment set
1 3D Studio112 stickers
2 Colorbok paper packs
1 washi tape roll
1 pack of adhesived bling
 4 different kinds of ribbons (note these will be sent with the small cardboard box as seen in the picture)

P.S: I am adding a magnolia stamp in it too but forgot to include it in the picture

I will ship anywhere. Good Luck!

Your next hop is Luisa.

Here is the entire line up order for you. Don't forget to comment on each blog, follow here at the club and on their blogs for a chance to win some great prizes!

Wednesday, October 2, 2013


Happy Wednesday!!! Today I chose to play with Wagon Ride, a Friday freebie from Whimsy Stamps.  Digi Sketch Challenge has a sketch and the theme was boys. I followed both and this is what I came up with.

This is a close up of the image. I made my own clouds' background by fussy cutting some clouds from a cloud stamp (small but I love it), used my sponge and my Memento ink. As usual, I colored the image with prismas and baby oil. I fussy cut my own banner and wrote down the word "play" with my black gel pen. 

Card recipe
CS- Recollections
Image - Wagon Ride (Whimsy Stamps)
Accesories - Bakers twine, black gel pen, adhesives

Digi Sketch Challenge - Sketch or boys or both (Both)
Creative Craft Challenge - Anything goes
Simon Says Stamp Wed - We're going dotty (dots from my dp)
PaperTake Weekly - Anything goes