Tag Archives: ScrapSimple Club

  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Botanica

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Botanica

    With summer just around the corner, Susie envisioned this month’s club pairing well with your heritage pages and garden-themed layouts. Susie’s grandmother was her inspiration for this Botanica Collection.

    Read More

  • Creating Mixed Media Cards

    Creating Mixed Media Cards

    When I first started digital scrapbooking, I loved how I could resize, change colors, blend layers, and embellish to my heart’s content. These “features” were not easily accomplished with traditional paper art. However, I also like the messy process of making art. Initially, my projects were either digital or mixed media. What I realized over […]

    Read More

  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Art Journal

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Art Journal

    Versatility is at the forefront with the April 2017 ScrapSimple Club: Art Journal. Here’s what Syndee had to say about the types of projects this club works well for: “Versatility – that’s one of the things I love best about templates! You can use any color scheme and supplement it with any style of digital kits you have […]

    Read More

  • Mixing Up ScrapSimple Template Sets

    Mixing Up ScrapSimple Template Sets

    Change isn’t always a good thing, but when it comes to this month’s ScrapSimple Club, it can be fabulous! You can get a lot of scrapping mileage from the different Art Journaling Template sets included in the club. This tutorial will show how mixing templates can give you tons of new scrapping options. By combining […]

    Read More

  • Shadows Make All the Difference!

    Shadows Make All the Difference!

    Cherise Oleson’s March ScrapSimple Club: Painted Collage filled me with nostalgia for my paper scrapping days. Her textures and organic shapes are just beautiful! Much of digital scrapping involves blending and masking, which are obviously digital techniques. But sometimes I miss those straightforward scrapping techniques that made paper scrapping fun, like layering paper on paper and […]

    Read More

  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Painted Collage

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Painted Collage

    We asked Cherise Oleson what kinds of layouts she pictured for her new ScrapSimple Club, and we think you’re going to love her answer! “I think the obvious choice would be children’s layouts and layouts about spring and nature, such as trees, sun, ladybugs, butterflies, etc. But I found that this club worked really well for a variety of layouts, […]

    Read More

  • Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Just a Little Love

    Scrap Girls SS Club Exclusive: Just a Little Love

    Our ScrapSimple Club designers wanted to give you more than just a “lovey-dovey” kit of hearts and flowers, so they used Valentine’s Day as a “jumping-off point.” We think you’ll go head-over-heels for the goodies Ginny Whitcomb and Jennifer Ziegler created in their club, Just a Little Love. “We took icons like hearts and flowers and made […]

    Read More

  • Three Easy Steps to Lighten Digital Papers

    Three Easy Steps to Lighten Digital Papers

    Do Patterned papers sometimes overwhelm your layouts? We share three tips to lighten and create a more subtle background.

    Read More

  • Fun With Photo Masks

    Fun With Photo Masks

    Designer Angie Briggs started the New Year off for us with her delightful ScrapSimple Club: Capturing Moments — full of amazing products perfect for any type of photo. Although I’m familiar with all of the products in this club, I discovered that by going beyond my usual layering and clipping, I could achieve some fabulous […]

    Read More

  • 3 Steps to Eraser Stamping

    3 Steps to Eraser Stamping

    Eraser stamping is a popular technique that is showing up in everything from scrapbooking to clothing to children’s crafts. Basically, you take some paint or ink and use the end of a pencil to stamp it onto paper. Using multiple colors of paint or ink, and several different pencils adds layers of interest. Eraser stamping […]

    Read More