Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You
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Halloween Bat Shaped Album

Hi Crafty Friends!

I’m sharing a bat shaped album, perfect for your Halloween photos! This album is so easy to make so even if you don’t scrapbook…that’s okay.  Just follow along with my tutorial and you’ll see how easy it is to make and showcase your Halloween photos!

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Watch my video on YouTube or below to see how I made the album.

One of the nice things about this album is that it is on a ring so you can add as many pages as you would like, depending on how big the album ring is that you use. My album consists of 11 pages and I share pictures of some of the pages below. If you would like to see all 11 pages, be sure to check out my video on YouTube.

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

I used the Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats die set to create the pages of the album. I also used the Bella Blvd Spell on You collection to decorate my album. I used the 12 x 12 paper pack, ephemera icons, ephemera words, and puffy stickers. I also used rectangle, circle, and square nesting dies to cut out my photos. You can check out all of the supplies I used at the bottom of this page.

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Bat Shaped Album - Halloween Mini album - Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats - Bella Blvd Spell on You

Thank you for stopping by today! Have a spooktacular day!

Lisa

SUPPLIES:
Scrapbook.com Halloween Bats 
Bella Blvd Spell on You, 12” x 12” Collection Kit 
Bella Blvd Spell on You, Ephemera Icons 
Bella Blvd Spell on You, Words 
Bella Blvd Spell on You, Puffy Stickers 
We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-dile Eyelet and Snap Punch Tool 
We R Memory Keepers Eyelet and Storage Case, Metallic
(Note: If the eyelet case is sold out, you can shop all eyelets here)
Spellbinders Precision A2 Layering Dies, Set A
Spellbinders Mini Slimline Dies, Set A (I showed these, but did not use them in the album.)
Scrapbookcom Nested Circle Dies 
Scrapbookcom Nested Pocket Dies 
Hero Arts Infinity Nesting Square Dies 
Scrapbookcom 1″ Mint Tape 
Scrapbookcom 5″ Scissors 
Fiskars Procision Rotary Trimmer 
30 pt Kraft Chipboard by Magic Water Supply 
Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue
Spellbinders Platinum Diecutting and Embossing Machine 8.5″ Platform
–1 1/2 inch album rings – at your local craft store

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Using Nesting Dies to Make Shaker Cards – Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

Hi Crafty Friends!

I had so much fun teaching at the Scrapbook.com SBC Fest 2022! There were so many amazing instructors teaching classes during the SBC Fest two-day virtual event. If you missed it, don’t worry.  You can view all of the SBC FEST videos here — CLICK HERE

During my session, I taught a class demonstrating how to use how to use nesting dies to make shaker cards. I demonstrated how to use basic shapes such as rectangles and circles to make shaker cards and I also demonstrated how to use not so basic shapes to make shaker cards. I made three shaker cards in my video and I’m sharing them in this post.

You can view my instructional video here.  (Once on the page, simply scroll down to Day 2 to find my name which will link directly to my video.)

The first way, and probably the most common way, to make a shaker card from nesting dies is to die cut a frame. To do this, simply take two nesting dies, one slightly larger than the other, and layer them together. This will give you a frame. You can do this with nesting dies of any shape — rectangles, circles, squares, just to name a few.

Shaker Card with Rectangle Dies - Pink and Main Be a Mermaid - Scallop Stencil - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

For this card, I stenciled a piece of cardstock and then used the Spellbinders Precision Layering Dies and die cut the second largest die and third largest die to create the frame. After diecutting the frame, I added a piece of acetate to the back. Next, I added double-sided adhesive foam tape to the back of the frame. Finally, add the shaker pieces to the top of the card base, added the frame on top, and added my stamped images. The stamped images are from Pink and Main’s Be a Mermaid stamp set.

Shaker Card with Rectangle Dies - Pink and Main Be a Mermaid - Scallop Stencil - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

The second way to use nesting dies to make shaker cards is to die cut the nesting dies out of the top layer of your card panel.

Shaker Card with Circle Dies - Pink and Main Be a Mermaid - Scallop Stencil - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

For this card, I cut a card panel to 5″ x 7″. I placed three Scrapbook.com Nested Circle dies on top of the card panel.  Next, I adhered the dies to the panel with Scrapbook.com Mint Tape so they wouldn’t move when diecutting. Next, added a piece of acetate to the back of the card panel and then add double-sided adhesive foam to the back, making sure to add the foam around all of the circles and edges of the card panel.

Next, I added a stenciled background to a piece of cardstock that measures 5″ x 7″. I added stamped images and sequins to the stenciled background. Finally, I added the top panel to the stenciled panel and then added it to a 5″ x 7″ card base.

Shaker Card with Circle Dies - Pink and Main Be a Mermaid - Scallop Stencil - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

For my next card, I made a shaker card with the shaker element being a not-so-basic shape. I used the Scrapbook.com Nested Fancy Circle Border Dies. Since the die that I used has scallops around it, I knew it would be very difficult to add foam to the back to build up the walls of the shaker. Therefore, for this card, I stacked the decorative circle die cuts to build the walls of the shaker element.

Flower Shaker Card with Nested Spring Flower Dies  - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

You can die cut as many pieces of cardstock you need to build up the walls of your shaker element. The height of your shaker element depends upon how thick the shaker pieces are. If you have thicker shaker pieces, you will want more layers of cardstock. If you have thinner shaker pieces, you will want to use less layers of cardstock.

Flower Shaker Card with Nested Spring Flower Dies  - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

For my card, I die cut the fifth largest decorative circle seven times. I glued six of the decorative circles together to create the shaker element. Next, I glued acetate to the top of the stack of decorative circles and then added the seventh circle to the top. The seventh circle is used to cover the acetate piece.

Flower Shaker Card with Nested Spring Flower Dies  - Scrapbook.com SBC Fest

If you would like to see how I made these cards, be sure to check out my video from Scrapbook.com SBC Fest! You can find that video by clicking HERE and all of my supplies down below.

Thank you for stopping by today! Happy crafting!

Lisa

SUPPLIES USED:

Dies:

Spellbinders – Precision Layering Basics A2 – Set A
Scrapbook.com Nested Spring Flowers
Scrapbook.com Nested Fancy Circle Borders
Scrapbook.com Nested Circles
Sunny Studio Stamps Slimline Nature Borders
Sunny Studio Stamps Spring Greenery
Pink and Main – Be a Mermaid Dies

Stamps:

Scrapbook.com Cheerful Sentiments
Pink and Main –  Be a Mermaid

Paper:

Neenah Solar White Cardstock 
Scrapbook.com Rainbow Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad 6” x 8” 
Scrapbook.com Rainbow Pattern Paper Pad 6” x 8” 
Scrapbook.com Sherbet Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad 6” x 8” 
Scrapbook.com Sherbet Pattern Paper Pad 6” x 8” 

Stencil:

Scrapbook.com Scallop Stencil 

Ink:

Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pad – Black
Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pad – Confetti Pink
Scrapbook.com Premium Hybrid Ink Pad – Olive
Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Peacock Feathers
Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Mermaid Lagoon
Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Prize Ribbon
Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Wilted Violet 

Adhesive:

Therm O Web Pixie Spray
Scrapbook.com Double Sided Adhesive Foam Sheets 4.25” x 5.5” 
Scrapbook.com Mint Tape 
Nuvo – Deluxe Adhesive 

Sequins:

Craft Medley Cup Sequins – Viola
Craft Medley Cup Sequins – Rhythm N Blues
28 Lilac Lane Premium  Sequins Think Pink 

Tools/Other:

We R Memory Keepers  12” x 12” Clear Acetate
Scrapbook.com Ink Blending Tool with Domed Foam Applicator
Sizzix Stencil and Stamp Tool 
Pink and Main Magic Anti-static Brush 
Scrapbook.com Scissors – 5-inch 

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House Shaker Card - Scrapbook.com - Winter Card - Christmas Card
Christmas Cards, Scrapbook.com, Shaker Card, snowflake card, Winter, winter card

Get Your FREE House Shaker Die!

Hi Crafty Friends!

Who loves free gifts! I do!

I wanted to pop in here and let you know about an awesome deal that Scrapbook.com is having. For a limited time, you can grab this FREE Scrapbook.com House Shaker Die.

Scrapbook.com House Shaker - Winter Card - Christmas Card

You can use the House Shaker Die on cards for all seasons. I used it to make a winter card. You can even use it on a welcome to the neighborhood card or welcome home card. You can even use it as a shaker tag!

House Shaker Card - Scrapbook.com - Winter Card - Christmas Card

Watch my video to see the House Shaker die set up close and how I turned it into a shaker!

Thank you for stopping by today! Happy crafting!

Lisa

SUPPLIES:
Scrapbook.com House Shaker Die
Scrapbook.com Christmas Pattern Paper Pad
Scrapbook.com Christmas Solid Cardstock
Scrapbook.com Snowflake Dies 
Scrapbook.com Gold Pops of Color
Scrapbook.com Sentiments for Every Occassion
Spellbinders Scarlet Smooth Discs
Spellbinders Gold Smooth Discs
Sunny Studio Stamps Nature Border Dies
We R Memory Keepers Acetate
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Spellbinders Platinum Diecutting and Embossing Machine 8.5″ Platform
Misti Stamping Tool
Versamark Ink
Ranger White Embossing Powder
Pink and Main Magic Anti-Static Brush
Pink and Main Heat Tool 
Scrapbook.com 5″ Scissors

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Ombre Background on Cards
Background Dies, Scrapbook.com, Stencil

Quick and Easy Cards with Scrapbook.com

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing some quick and easy cards using some products from Scrapbook.com. I’ll be using a stencil, paper pads, dies, and ephemera to make quick cards. I will also show you how to make an ombre background for a card using the the Scrapbook.com Roses paper pad. This paper pad is full of beautiful pinks, reds, and corals.

Check out my YouTube video to see how I made my cards.

For this card, I used the Scrapbook.com Metallic Rose Gold ink on the Scrapbook.com Rose Bloom stencil. The ink pad matches perfectly with the Scrapbook.com Roses cardstock which I used for my card layer. I added Scrapbook.com Silver Pops of Color to the center of the roses. Finally, I added the Scrapbook.com Love word die to finish the card.

Handmade Card - Scrapbook.com Rose Bloom Stencil with Metallic Rose Gold Ink

For my next set of cards, I used the Waffle Flower Angled Stripe Panel Die to create ombre backgrounds for my cards. The Roses cardstock from Scrapbook.com was perfect to create an ombre of pinks and reds. Just by adding a word die and/or ephemera, you can make a quick card.

Ombre Background on Cards

Quick and Easy Card with Ephemera

Quick and Easy Card with Ephemera and Stickers

Quick and Easy Card with Ephemera and Stickers

Supplies:

Scrapbook.com Roses Cardstock 6″x8″
Scrapbook.com Rose Bloom Stencil 
Scrapbook.com Silver Pops of Color 
Scrapbook.com Metallic Rose Gold Ink 
Scrapbook.com Metallic Frost Ink 
Scrapbook.com Love Die 
Scrapbook.com Adhesive Sheets
Scrapbook.com 1″ Mint Tape 
Scrapbook.com 4″ Mint Tape 
Scrapbook.com 4″ Scissors 
Scrapbook.com 5″ Scissors 
Scrapbook.com Ink Blending Tool 
Scrapbook.com Rainbow Glitter Slimline Paper Pad 
Scrapbook.com Smart Craft Glue 
Crafter’s Companion Glass Mat 
Doodlebug Design Love Notes Odds and Ends Ephemera 
Pinkfresh Studios Puffy Stickers – Rainbow Alphas
Lawn Fawn Simple Stripes Landscape Die 
Lawn Fawn Simple Stripes Diagonal Die 
Waffle Flower Angled Stripe Panel Die for A2 Size Card 

Here is the Waffle Flower Angled Stripe Panel Die for Slimline Cards. If you purchase this one, you must purchase the Roses Slimline cardstock.
Waffle Flower Angled Stripe Panel Die Slimline 
–Scrapbook.com Roses Slimline Cardstock 

Bristol Smooth Cardstock
— Amazon – https://amzn.to/2FRtgrS
— Simon Says Stamp – https://shrsl.com/369fs

–Spellbinders Platinum Diecutting and Embossing Machine 8.5″ Platform Available for Purchase on…
–Scrapbook.com – https://shrsl.com/2u3u5
–Spellbinders Paper Arts – https://shrsl.com/307ci
–Amazon – https://amzn.to/3ehRlXC

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Lisa

Masking Technique for Cardmaking with Scrapbook.com Mint Tape
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Masking Technique

Masking Technique for Cardmaking with Scrapbook.com Mint Tape

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun technique with you — masking! This is a technique to get a layered look with your stamps. I used the Hero Arts Daisy and Bees stamp set and created a card front with daisies. To get the look of some flowers appearing behind other flowers, you would create a mask. I’ll show you how to do this in my video below.

Supplies:

Hero Florals Daisy and Bees STAMP SET ONLY – https://shrsl.com/36pco

Hero Florals Daisy and Bugs STAMP & DIE SET
https://shrsl.com/36dwb – Scrapbook.com
https://shrsl.com/36dx0 – Hero Arts
https://amzn.to/3kKLFs1 – Amazon

Scrapbook.com 4″ Mint Tape
https://shrsl.com/36dw6

Scrapbook.com 1″ Mint Tape
https://shrsl.com/36dw7

Scrapbook.com – Scissors – Stainless Steel – Small Precision – 4 inch
https://shrsl.com/36dx5

Scrapbook.com – Scissors – Stainless Steel – Medium Straight – 5 inch
https://shrsl.com/36dx7

Bristol Smooth Cardstock
https://amzn.to/2FRtgrS

Versafine Onxy Black Ink
https://shrsl.com/36dw9

Heat Tool
— shop heat tools here– https://shrsl.com/32dwt

Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Sprayer
https://shrsl.com/36dw3

Spectrum Sparkle Clear Overlay Pen
https://shrsl.com/36dwg

Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens
–Peach Pink – https://shrsl.com/36dwt
–Blender – https://shrsl.com/36dwu
–Bright Yellow – https://shrsl.com/36dww
–Lemon Yellow – https://shrsl.com/36dwx
–Beige – https://shrsl.com/36dwz

Ranger Ink Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Peacock Feathers
https://shrsl.com/36dwj

Scrapbook.com Lagoon Blue Ink Pad
https://shrsl.com/36dwk

Scrapbook.com Embellishment Jar
https://shrsl.com/36dwl

Scrapbook.com Sponge Daubers
https://shrsl.com/36dwm

Crafter’s Companion Glass Mat
https://shrsl.com/36dwn

Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive Glue
https://shrsl.com/36dwp

Memento Tuxedo Black Dual Marker
https://shrsl.com/369fo

The links above are affiliate links which mean that I get a small commission of any sales at NO extra cost to you. Using my links helps me be able to bring in more content to show you on my channel. I appreciate your support! Thank you!

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Happy Crafting!

Lisa