Tag Archives: Scrap Girls Club

  • Realistic Paper Clips

    Realistic Paper Clips

    Melissa Renfro’s Farmhouse Style Collection includes some darling wire paper clips. They are the cutest thing ever! I love the little shapes on top and the “perfectly imperfect” bent-wire look. The only problem with these paper clips is that sometimes it’s difficult to make them look like they are actually holding two pieces of paper together. Realistic […]

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  • Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Farmhouse

    Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Farmhouse

    Updating your home décor is all the rage now, and Melissa Renfro did a little reno of her own in her kitchen while working on January’s Scrap Girls Club: Farmhouse. As she immersed herself in the elements of the farmhouse style, she realized that this collection would work great for before-and-after layouts for your renovation […]

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  • Holiday Gift Idea: All-Occasion Card Sets

    Holiday Gift Idea: All-Occasion Card Sets

    With the holidays rapidly approaching, I find myself in a bit of a rush to get my Christmas gifts ready. Over the years, we have limited our holiday spending and tried to share simple, personal gifts with our family and friends. The minute I saw the word art, bonus items, and papers in Creative Spirit […]

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  • Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Creative Spirit

    Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Creative Spirit

    If you love to stretch your hobby/craft dollars, then you will absolutely “fall” for our November Scrap Girls Club: Creative Spirit from Syndee Rogers-Nuckles! “For any club I create, I want to make sure it can be used year-round for any theme. Even though there’s an obvious fall-season slant when look you look at the collection all […]

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  • Flowers: Thinking Outside the Cluster

    Flowers: Thinking Outside the Cluster

    I love using flowers on digital layouts, and the floral elements in Syndee Nuckles’ Creative Spirit Collection are perfectly suited for clusters. For this tutorial, we’re going to think “outside the cluster” and explore a few other ways you can use flowers to enhance your scrapbooking pages. 1. Create a unique title using flowers. Start by choosing […]

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  • Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Autumn Symphony

    Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Autumn Symphony

    With the skill of a conductor, Laura Louie orchestrated October’s Scrap Girls Club to echo the beauty of the season with rich colors, natural elements, and music accent pieces. Autumn Symphony is a digital scrapbooking “composition” written for musicians, music lovers, or simply those who have a song in their hearts. “I really saw this kit working for just about anything […]

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  • Wonderful Word Art

    Wonderful Word Art

    It’s no secret that I love word art. Elisha Barnett’s Simple Joys Collection has wonderful cursive script word art that is so pretty and useful. One of the reasons I love word art so much is its versatility. Let me share with you three fun word art ideas to personalize your page and make your […]

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  • Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Simplify

    Scrap Girls Club Exclusive: Simplify

    If you’re ready for a change of pace that comes with the change of seasons, then Angie Briggs has created a collection to put your memories in the perfect setting with her Simplify Collection. Angie captured fall in the gentlest way by focusing on its softer colors, while still echoing the season with dried florals and botanic treasures.  Fun Fact: We […]

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  • Clean, Simple Lines Using a ‘Busy’ Collection

    Clean, Simple Lines Using a ‘Busy’ Collection

    Love it. LOVE it. LOVE IT. Angie Brigg’s Wonderful You Collection. I just love it. In our household, however, there are not many occasions where I get to use a “pretty” or “decorative” collection. Many of my pages contain the boys or places we have been. Even the pages with Darren and me are not […]

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  • Unleash Your Creativity with Blending Modes

    Unleash Your Creativity with Blending Modes

    Get more use out of this month’s club papers by mixing them together using Photoshop’s Blending modes.

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