Monday, June 18, 2018

How To Make An Epic Layout For A Fantastic Pet

Charity here from Scrappin' Chaos with an epic layout for a fantastic pet. I used my favorite color theme of blue and yellow. ScraPerfect products made this layout a cinch to put together.
~ Feetsies ~
 The cat is the star of the show so I had a plan in mind to make him stand out. First I fussy cut him out of the photo. I matted him with blue cardstock. I reassembled the photo on grey patterned paper. Finally, I used Best Glue Ever on craft foam to pop up the cat.
Before adhering the striped paper to the layout I inked the edges then laid it on the patterned paper to mark its position. This left me a clear border so I could emboss flourish designs just under the corners.
Best Glue Ever is so versatile I use it in place of foam squares. I add just a few dots of glue to craft foam and stack to my hearts content.
 The cluster of shapes and designs layered over the blue, embossed flourishes would be quite difficult without my trusty ScraPerfect supplies.
The hexagon shapes have a cat punched out of the center. To give the hexagons loft and the cat a contrasting yellow I just used more craft foam and a thin rim of Best Glue Ever.
 The die-cut grey flourishes are quite thin. Applying glue precisely where I want it is easy with a No-Clog Writing Cap.
 Layouts featuring our furry family members are so much fun. I hope the tips outlined above inspire you to try new things. Stop by ScraPerfect online for more inspiring products.
My blog Scrappin' Chaos has a list of supplies used.

Scrap On!

~Charity Hotrum~

Saturday, June 16, 2018

How to Make an Easy Little Girl's Scrapbook Page.

Good morning fellow crafter's Penny here to show you how I made this simple, but cute little girl's scrapbook page. This is my granddaughter Madison when she was about 4. This hair style came about after her 5 year old brother Matthew decided to be her barber. Let's just say that this photo was taken AFTER her hair had grown out quite a LOT. She wears it well however. At any rate back to the layout at hand.


This layout was super easy only requiring a few supplies, so it's a perfect example for a beginner, yet still looks like a great layout. First I chose a selection of pattern paper that went well with the colors of the layout.  It's best to chose a large print, a med. print, and a small print.  For my small print I chose instead to use a couple different solid colors. I glued these in place with The Best Glue Ever from ScraPerfect.  It holds great, and you can learn more about it on this video.



Next I added the washi tape, pearl bling dots, and some scallop punched out shapes that I cut in half. Last was the flowers, the wooden heart, twine, and butterfly.  Super easy, and still cute. I hope you had fun playing along today, and until next time Happy Scrapping. Love Penny 

Friday, June 15, 2018

How to Scrap your Wizarding World Memories (with Free Sketch)

Hello and welcome to the blog today.  Shelly here sharing my latest scrapbook page memorializing my amazing trip to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter!  ScraPerfect has the products that make my pages come together with ease - Best Glue Ever, No Clog Writing Cap, and Embellie Gellie - my "go to" crafting tool trio.

A frosty mug of butterbeer - as delicious as imagined!
With Best Glue Ever, a little goes a long way - there is never any reason to overdo it ("a little dab'll do ya!")  The No Clog Writing Cap controls the flow of adhesive while allowing you to apply it in small places.

A little dab'll do ya!


paper collection used on this layout is from Stampin Up

Embellie Gellie allows me to pick up and place ALL of my embellishments - big or small and all different textures and mediums from paper to metals!


Would you like to recreate this layout with your own twist?  Here's a sketch to get you started!

Right Click on this image to copy or save this sketch!



Thanks for stopping by the blog today!  Have a creative weekend!

Shelly

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Mermaid shaker card with Best Glue Ever

Hi all

I am back with a mixed media shaker card this week.





Start off by applying a stencil to a blank card using modelling mask. Use washi tape to keep the stencil in place.


Spray the whole card with mist spray and leave to dry.


Use  a die to cut out a Polaroid style frame from craft foam and apply Best Glue Ever to the back.


Glue the frame down to patterned paper and cut it out.


Use the die again to cut out a piece from another sheet of patterned paper and one from acetate.  Fill the box with sequins and then glue the acetate over the top and then add the patterned paper over the top. 


Glue down the shaker box and then add some dyed cheese cloth around the edge. Stamp out a mermaid and colour it in before adding it to the card.


Add some embellishments and finish with a sentiment.


Thank you for visiting

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

How To Make A Layered Graduation Invite

Hey there scrappy friends!
Lisa back to share a fun and easy graduation invite. My son is graduating from high school this year. Rather than having someone make invites for his party, I decided to create my own.

I used an invite I found on Pinterest: http://www.make-your-own-invitations.com/printable-graduation-invitations.html

I spiffed it up a bit by adding some color and the year in a few places. For safety reasons, I blurred out the party specifics.
Here's what I came up with:


I started by cutting the cardstock to size.
The orange is 3 3/4"x 5 1/8"
Black is 3 1/2"x 4 3/4"
The invite is 3 1/4"x 4 1/2"
I added The Best Glue Ever to the back of the black cardstock using the No Clog Writing Cap. Just a little bit of this glue goes a long way! I adhered the black cardstock to the orange cardstock. 


I added The Best Glue Ever to the  back of the invite in the same manner and adhered this to the black cardstock.


Now all I have to do is address the envelopes and include one of his senior photos.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Lisa




Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Got A Crafty Mess? Reach For Best Cleaner Ever

Hello Crafty Friends!
Welcome to the ScraPerfect blog.

Michelle here today to share a very quick & easy way 
to clean up your next crafty mess....
grab ScraPerfect's Best Cleaner Ever!
http://scraperfect.com/product/best-cleaner-ever/

After finishing a recent canvas project,
not only was my craft mat a mess, but I had managed 
to make a mess off the mat too.




What a mess!

With just a few squirts of Best Cleaner Ever,
I was able to clean the mess
in less than 5 minutes!




After spraying my craft mat & table surface
with Best Cleaner Ever,
I spread BCE over all the gelato, and ink mess.

And as quick as grabbing paper towels,
Best Cleaner Ever had loosened all the gunk
and using only a dry paper towel, I was able to easily remove
the leftover mess.


In an instant, my mat & table was perfectly clean
and completely was mess free.




Did you know Best Cleaner Ever is Eco Friendly?
And there are no harsh chemicals, no harmful fumes,
and it is biodegradable too!

Best Cleaner Ever is not only for crafty messes either. 
I have personally used BCE
to remove stubborn stains from delicate material to 
stubborn ink stains on my hands, even hair color stain
from around my hairline.
Check out my previous post on how I did this.


https://scraperfect.blogspot.com/2017/10/best-cleaner-ever-skin-safe-effective.html



Do you have ScraPerfect Best Cleaner Ever
in your home?
If not, I encourage you to get some for yourself today!

What are you waiting for?
Just visit the ScraPerfect online store at:

Thanks for visiting today!

Be sure to check out the ScraPerfect galleries to 
see how design team members have used Best Cleaner Ever themselves, as well as the other completely innovative product line from ScraPerfect.

Michelle Wells










Monday, June 11, 2018

A bright and cheery card with layered flowers

Hi everyone, Ginny here with a fun card using designer paper and Best Glue Ever!





I cut the flowers out on my Cricut machine, Using the Best Glue Ever, I glued down all the layers of the paper, the gems, the feather and the sentiment!



This was a fun thank you card to send to a little girl who spent a lot of time making foam Easter eggs for everyone in church!

Thank for stopping by and I hope you have this great product in your toolbox!
Ginny M - DT Scraperfect


Sunday, June 10, 2018

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Linda here to share a fun project today. Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products. For those of you that don't have a glue gun or are glue gun challenged you will love this project and save your fingers from getting burned.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products


Artist Trading Coins are 2.5 inch round circles. These coins can be made out of anything from, paper to fabric and more. In this project I'll show how the Best Glue Ever helps to make this a super easy project.

Video Tutorial for the Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products.



Supplies used for the Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Begin by adding ink to the edges of the 2.5 inch round cardstock pieces. Then flip over one and apply a bead of the Best Glue Ever around the edge. Set aside to dry for about 15 to 20 minutes until the glue is clear.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Apply ink to the edges of the digital image that was cut at 2.25 inches. Then apply the Best Glue Ever to the back of the image and attach to the second of the two and half inch circle. Tip: Apply a small drop of the Best Cleaner ever to the pin for the lid of the No Clog Writing Cap, this will give added protection against the tip clogging.

Put a few drops of glitter paint over the flower images and spread with a paint brush. This gives a pretty touch of glitter that isn't over powering. Clean the brush with the Best Cleaner Ever and rinse with water.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Once the Best Glue Ever has become clear on the 2.50 inch circle apply lace. Make sure to pleat the lace, even if it is gathered. This will help the lace curve around the circle and give it a full look.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Spray the lace disk with Glimmer Mist of choice and allow to dry. Can use a heat tool to dry, but make sure not to get the tool to close to the lace.

Apply the Best Glue ever to the back of the digital image disk and sandwich the lace between the two disks. Add zig zag stitches to hold all the layers and to add more interest.

Use a paper punched bird as embellishment and attach with the Best Glue Ever.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Add a drop of the Best Glue Ever using the No Clog Writing Cap to the eye area of the punched shape.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

With the help of Embellie Gellie placing a flat back rhinestone for the eye is an easy task.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products

Now admire your work. See wasn't this a great project showing how to make Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products?

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products


Remember if making anything for a swap to read and understand the swap rules. Always ask questions of the host so you understand what is required.

Artist Trading Coins made Easy with ScraPerfect products


Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today. If you love projects like this one, make sure to follow me on my Facebook page to see more.