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Archive for the ‘3L Scrapbook Adhesives’ Category

A Bo Bunny Mothers Day Card Idea

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

I made a page layout design last week and I couldn’t resist making a Bo Bunny mothers day card idea this week.  Bo Bunny has a beautiful paper kit called Love letters and I have used this collection pack a few times but I could not resist using it again because it has such beautiful paper and it can be used in so many ways.  I started off cutting down some card stock paper to 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 and then using the Bo Bunny paper I cut a sheet down to fit on the front of my card and I used the Hero Hues chalk ink to ink around the edges of the cardstock and the Bo Bunny paper.  I then used Spellbinders 5×7 Detailed Scallops Die with my Sizzix Big Shot Machine and then taped it all together with some Scor Tape and pop up stickers and finished it off with some Die Cut shapes from Kaiser Craft and bling from Want2Scrap, gotta have the bling!  I love this card.  I love the colors and how easy and fast it was to make,  It can be a mother’s day card or a Thank You card or just a pick me up card.  No matter how you use it whomever you give it to will love it because you made it and it looks like you put a ton of effort into making it just for them!

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Receipe:

CT743- KaiserCraft Die Cuts

2169- Want2Scrap Bling

13503503- Bo Bunny Love Letters

S6-004 Spellbinders 5×7 Detailed Scallops

657900- Sizzix Big Shot

As always, I have included a video tutorial showing how I created this card. I hope you enjoy!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin!!

Alexis

 

Tell Your Story Card Idea

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Sometimes I just want to make a,  To Tell Your Story card to brighten someones day and I believe that this card will do just that.  This Card has alot of bright colors and it just makes you feel happy and ready for summer.  It was so fast and easy to make.  I picked Teresa Collins paper packet, Tell Your Story and there is some beautiful bright colors on this paper collection that I used for my card.  I also used QuicKutz die called, Nesting Flowers for.  I love this die and how easy it was to use and the beautiful flower that it cuts out.  I also used Sizzix Big Shot to cut out my die cuts.  and then to finish off my card I used Hero Hues Chalk ink and Want2Scrap pearl bling to pull all the embellishments together. I Love this Card and I hope you do to and I hope it will brighten up your day!

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Receipe:

657900 – Sizzix Big Shot

DC0350- QuicKutz Nesting Flower

YS1029- Teresa Collins, Tell Your Story packet

AF184 – Hero Hues Chalk ink

SKU TDU – Want2Scrap pearls

I hope you will enjoy today’s tutorial showing you exactly how I made this card!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin!!

Alexis

Easter Surprise With QuicKutz

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

As I am thinking what to do for my kids for this Easter I thought I would do a Easter Surprise with QuicKutz.  QuicKutz has a fantastic Die that I used and it is called, Basket Die.  It comes with two dies, a Basket or a Box.  When I started to use these dies I found that the thicker the paper the better.  So I used a thick cardstock on the Box die cut and the Basket die cut.  I ran this die through my Big Shot Sizzix machine.  I also found that Scor tape worked perfectly with this project because it holds the paper together excatly the way you would want it to.  When my box and basket were put all together, I added some easter colored grass and candy.  Not only is this just the right die to use for a Easter Surprise, I also made this as a neighbor gift with some goodies and a pick my up card.  This is surely going to be a fun project for you to do with your kids anf for your friends and family.

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Receipe:

655268 Sizzix Big Shot

203 Scor Tape

DC0458 QuicKutz Basket Die

This video tuturial will show you step by step how to create these!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin!!!

Alexis

Stuck On Adhesives?

Monday, April 18th, 2011

I get the question quite frequently about what adhesives to use. Well, that all depends on what type of project you are doing and what your preference is! We carry a variety of adhesives, such as 3L Scrapbook Adhesive, Scor-Tape, and Beacon Adhesive.

Lets start with 3L Scrapbook Adhesives! We carry Repositionable and Permanent Mounting Squares, E-Z Dots Repositionable Adhesive, E-Z Runner Permanent Tape, E-Z Runner Permanent Vellum Adhesive and Photo Corners in several color choices! These are fantastic for mounting Photos, paper to paper, or vellum to paper, among other things!

I can’t imagine paper crafting without Scor-Tape! We carry all sizes from 1/8″ rolls(currently on back order) to 8 1/2 x 11″ sheets! If you like working with ribbon, I guarantee that you will fall in love with this stuff! I think it is the best double sided tape on the market! There is no easier way to apply ribbon! The rolls come with 27 yards per roll! It is easy as well as clean! No messy glue sticking to your fingers!

Beacon Adhesives Zip-Dry Paper Glue is fast drying for fast results on almost all paper types & scrapbook embellishments such as rhinestones, beads, and glitter. It never wrinkles paper and dries crystal clear. It is mistake-proof and removes easily when wet without leaving any residue. Zip Dry bonds metal stampings, beads, glitter, wire and other embellishments to paper. It is acid and lignin free for archival quality. It has a special precision applicator top for accuracy. One bottle of Zip Dry goes for 2000 inches!

Hopefully, this will help answer some of your questions! I personally use all of these products and they are all fantastic! If you are just beginning to get into paper crafting, or a consider yourself a pro,  adhesives are a must have!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Carrie

 

 

 

New QuicKutz Whirlpool Alphabet!

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Today I want to show you the adorable new QuicKutz Whirlpool Alphabet! I have a weakness for swirls! The more swirly the better as far as I am concerned! This alphabet is so dang cute! You get 65 dies in upper and lower case letters, numbers and punctuation! The letters are approximately 1″ tall and come in strands held together with the tiny tabs that I mentioned yesterday with the Blue Sky Alphabet. This is the same with the new Carousel and Handmade Alphabets. I used my Cuttlebug with my extended 6 x 13″ Cutting Mats to cut a bunch out at once!

There are so many ways you can use this on both cards and layouts! Spring, Summer, Water play, Easter, oh goodness, you name it! I can’t wait to get some spring pictures of my granddaughter with flowers to use it with! I happen to think that flowers and swirls naturally go together.  I also think that swirls go with water, and considering the name of this alphabet, I thought it appropriate to use it on my layout of our dive trip to Sand Hollow with my brother-in-law.

My supplies consisted of the following:

Bazzill Cardstock, pattern paper, Fiskers Wave Border Punch, 3L Scrapbook Adhesives EZ-Runner (can’t live without it!), Spellbinders Reverse Wonky Rectangles, Anchor and Fin Eyelets, DCWV Shimmer Mat Stack and QuicKutz Whirlpool Alphabet.

I’m sure that you can think of a million ideas that you can use this alphabet on! Fun stuff!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Carrie

 

New QuicKutz Blue Sky Alphabet

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Alphabets are some of the funnest investments, and this new QuicKutz Blue Sky Alphabet is no exception! You get 78 capital letters, numbers and punctuation, which includes the shadow for each! Shadows may take a bit longer to cut out, but so worth the extra work! They really make your letter or number pop! This alphabet is approximately 2″ tall.

The new alphabets come a bit different than what we are used to with QuicKutz. They are coming in strips with a very tiny tab separating each letter instead of individual letters. The strips  seem a bit flimsy, but once you lay them on your plate they are fine. If you prefer them separate, you could easily cut the tab with tin snips, then file down the rough edge, but that is completely up to you! I am NOT saying that is what you should do! It is just an option.

I used the Blue Sky Alphabet for my son’s Army layout, but it is fantastic for sports, seasonal, or anything that you need a block letter for! I used both the letter and the shadow for this layout!

 

I kept the colors more muted since the Army is all about camouflage! The only other embellishment I used besides a couple of stickers was the small rope looking border that I punched with a Fiskers Border Punch.  I also used Gold Photo Corners from 3L Scrapbook Adhesives. I really had fun with this alphabet! I can’t wait to use it on more layouts!

We also just received some fun new paper packs from Lifestyle Crafts! Hello Goodbye and Sweet and Spicy will make a great addition to your paper collection, with fun patterns and colors!

Well, that is it for today! Tomorrow we’ll take a look at the new Whirlpool Alphabet!

Thanks and Happy Scrappin’!

Carrie

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