Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
FabScraps Christmas 'Victorian Angels' Paper
FabScraps Christmas 'Little Children' Paper
FabScraps Christmas 'Santa's Little Helper' Paper
FabScraps Pearls and Brads
X-Press It Clear Gel
X-Press It 6MM Double Sided Tape
X-Press It Glue Marker
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Sharmaine here with just a peek at something I created using FabScraps Christmas lines.
I have blogged the full version and you can see it on my blog
I’d love to have you visit.
In the mean time I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and I look forward to sharing more with you in 2013.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Products I have used:
FabScraps Christmas Flowers
FabScraps Victorian Angels paper
FabScraps Pearl Brad
X-Press It 6mm Double Sided tape
Did you know that FabScraps have die cut packs that come with instructions??
I mean, how easy does that make things?!
I like easy and I like it when it doesn’t take too much time.
Enter Christmas Crafting Day 1 and the FabScraps Christmas flowers
These gorgeous Christmas flowers come pre-cut and the instructions make it really easy to make your own flowers.
I just pushed out a few, using the various sizes and colours, and topped them off with a pearl brad.
EASY (and super quick)
Next up I decided to use my cutting machine and make a Christmas cracker.
Again super quick and easy.
I’ve used the “Victorian Angels” paper, found in the Christmas range from FabScraps
The paper is a great weight, perfect for the cracker, and the print is gorgeous.
I then constructed the cracker and added the FabScraps Christmas flower.
Quick, easy… love!
AND FabScraps also has a line of die cut (with instructions) to make your own Christmas Crackers!! How cool is that?!
I just love the little things that makes crafting a breeze, especially at this time of year!
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012
So many options for these sweet little tags, colour them, cover them, love them! Pin It
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Friday, October 26, 2012
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
I have been playing with the gorgeous papers from the Heritage range - I thought I would share my work with you today.
Materials I used:
- One sheet of Fabscraps Heritage Script Paper
- Fabscraps large brass cameo : I painted it red to match the mist
- Book Paper - from an old Dictionary
- X-Press It Double Sided Tape size:6mm
- X-Press It Glue Marker
- X-Press It Clear Glue
- Canvas alphas
- Red Mist
- Small black and white photograph
- Cream Canvas alphas
- Script stamp
- Black stamp pad
- Black scrapbooking pen
I also enjoyed using the X-Press it Glue Marker for the tiny alphas on this layout - it worked like a dream!
Sharmaine here, I’ve put together a little video showing how I created a textured and layered background using these
Some punched FabScraps stars (leftover from another project)
and a recycled envelope (one of my favourite things to create with).
So why not pop on over to my blog to see the video and to see what I created with some FabScraps products.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Hi everyone I’m Sharmaine and I’ve been playing with some of the gorgeous papers that are in the FabScraps “Heritage” range.
Products I have used:
FabScraps Heritage paper
FabScraps Die-Cut Grey Chipboard “Heart & Soul”
FabScraps Boxed Filigree Embellishment
FabScraps Silk Flower
FabScraps Jelly Brad
X-Press It TripleTac Glue
X-Press It 6mm Double Sided Tape
X-Press It Glue Marker
First thing I did was cut up some of the paper into 2” squares
I then adhered these to some scrap cardstock using the TripleTac glue
By using the glue, instead of tape, I was able to work quickly and get a lovely coverage all over the page.
To make my background more uniform (and not loose the photo into the background) I covered the background with some white paint.
I then crumpled up the page,
to create a worn, quilted look, with specks of the gorgeous pattern paper showing through.
I then backed my photo with some layers of the gorgeous pattern papers,
I’ve also used the glue marker to add the chipboard.
The chipboard was perfect for the title of my layout
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