Tuesday, November 20, 2018

How to Make a Homemade December Journal or Planner

I've been doing a Journal Your Christmas/December Daily album for about four years now.


This year I've been using vellum, Simple Stories page protectors and Maya Road transparent snowflakes -- all which just scream out for the Best Glue Ever from ScraPerfect.




On this page I used all three. I started by adhering a vellum envelope with the Best Glue Ever. I like to run thin lines on the back then use my fingers to smear the glue to lightly cover the back of the vellum.


And when you add it to your page, you don't see any of the adhesive. Cool, right?!

Next, I had a extra piece of a page protector left over. I've been punching lots of holes for my book, so after sewing around three sides I dumped the holes into the pouch, then folded the top down and sewed it shut. To add it to the page I used a large line of the Best Glue Ever - the glue starts just under the red thread and goes to just past the fold. And, you can't see ANY of it!


After adding a strip of paper across my envelope, I decided to adhere a Maya Road snowflake. So I grabbed the Best Glue Ever and made a swirl on the back.


Then used my finger to smear the glue over the back of the element. This photo is just after a finished, before the glue had completely dried clear & tacky.


The glue dries very quickly, and after you add it to your page it's virtually invisible.


And, a few more additions... and here's the finished page and a close-up.


Here's a close look. 


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Monday, November 19, 2018

Revitalizing the Pocket Letter with ScraPerfect

Hello everyone, Kim L. here today to share a pocket letter that I created for Thanksgiving.  I started out with a baseball card divider clear page, got out my products from ScraPerfect and had a ball!  I had plenty of leftover supplies in my stash, so this was a free and fun project.  I hope you'll try some too!  Please follow the ScraPerfect blog, and s\check us out every day for loads of creative inspiration and fun!




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Sunday, November 18, 2018

How To Make A Fantastic, Colorful Rainbow Card

Charity here from Scrappin' Chaos with a colorful rainbow card made from fantastic 3-D glossy gel. Best Glue Ever holds the sheer strips of color to the cardstock without leaving a smear. Craft foam is cut to umbrella size and held securely with more Best Glue Ever.
 The first step is to paint the glossy gel onto a non-stick surface. I used plastic product wrapping. For an even surface use a pallet knife; for a more textured approach a paintbrush works well. The product takes a few hours to dry, depending on the thickness. Once the product is dry peel it from the plastic and cut or shape as desired. I ran the dried, yellow gel through my die-cut machine. I die-cut a boots and umbrella figure from tissue paper and painted an additional die-cut umbrella with the yellow gloss.
 I used pale pink folded cardstock for the card blank. Using a paint brush I applied two colors of glossy gel to simulate a puddle.
I cut the legs off the tissue paper figure and glued them to the card front. Best Glue Ever adhered the tissue paper directly to the glossy gel puddle with no trouble at all.
More dots of Best Glue Ever, precisely placed with the No-Clog Writing Cap, hold the die-cut boots to the tissue paper. Even though the boots are sheer, Best Glue Ever holds them down without a smear or discoloring mark.
The coat portion of the tissue paper is lined with craft foam and then attached to the card, over the legs. Another helping of craft foam lines the yellow umbrella. Best Glue Ever holds the umbrella down, attaching craft foam to tissue paper easily.
The strips of color that compose the rainbow are peeled, trimmed, and stacked to form a single band. Best Glue Ever holds the rainbow to the card. The edges are trimmed after the rainbow is placed.
In my region rain almost always means mushrooms. I applied 3-D glossy gel through a stencil to create pink mushrooms. A toothpick and white glossy gel give the mushroom caps their spots and fill in the stalk.
This mixed media rainbow card has so many bright colors it glows with happiness. Best Glue Ever ensures messy spots and smears don't get in the way. The No-Clog Writing Cap puts Best Glue Ever exactly where it is wanted.
Stop by my blog Scrappin' Chaos for a list of supplies.

Scrap On!

~charity~

Saturday, November 17, 2018

How to Make a Gorgeous Serving Tray with Dew Drops and ScraPerfect

Becky Conley's tray has been featured on the Simon Says Stamp blog , but we've got the details!

She decorated an tray using a multitude of the MANY colorful choices of Dew Drops by The Robin's Nest and the performance of The Best Glue Ever! with assistance from a mighty tool: Embellie Gellie,

Here's the finished tray -


And here's where she started --


Becky painted a wooden tray with white paint, then covered the tray with a layer of the Best Glue Ever. Once the glue was dry and completely clear she used Embellie Gellie to help her place the Dew Drops.  To make it easier she started by gluing her design first, then worked on the background.

You can see her work in progress --



Here is a link where the Embellie Gellie can be purchased. 


The center of the flower is beginning to take shape. 
 

A close up of the center shows how truly beautiful it is with the sealer on it. 


The tray is almost completed, and it's gorgeous. 


When the tray was totally covered with Dew Drops, she squeezed 3d Crystal Lacquer all over, concentrating on filling in between the Dew Drops. After the lacquer was dry, Becky applied epoxy over the top of the design about 1/4" the top of the Dew Drops to ensure the surface was level.

For a complete list of the supplies she used, including which Dew Drops for each part of the flower check out Becky's blog!

Friday, November 16, 2018

How the Best Glue Ever Helps Make a Fall Greeting Card

Janet from Try it - Like it - Create it uses The Best Glue while making a card for Fall.


This fall card is a size A2 which when folded is 4.25"wide x 5.5"tall with the fold at the top. I wanted to make a card that had a slight see-through window. Notice the white showing through the leaves. Here is the process I used. 




I started with the leaves cut from a die and the cardstock cut for the card.


I used The Best Glue Ever to piece everything together.



Don't forget the details!

If you would like more information and detailed measurements, you can find them on Try it - Like it - Create it. I really hope you will visit and see what I have been up too lately.


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Thursday, November 15, 2018

How to Create Clean and Simple Cards Using a "Recipe"

Hello and welcome to the blog!  Today I am sharing my latest cards and sharing the "recipe" that I use as the basis for all of my card making!


I found this terrific, colorful paper in my stash and it really needed very little embellishment with the bold graphic pattern - but I did choose my sentiment wisely!

Best Glue Ever is the only glue you need for card making - paper and embellishments go on easily - no wrinkled paper and it "grabs" quickly - clear drying under those opaque embellishments!


Here is my card base "recipe":

  • Card base - Cardstock cut to 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 folded in half 
  • Mat - Cardstock cut to 4 x 5-1/4
  • Embellishment Base - Cardstock or patterned paper cut to 3-3/4 x 5



All my cards start with this recipe and it is so easy to build on it!

For this card, I machine stitched around the patterned paper - but hand drawn faux stitches would work just as well!

As I layer and attach each layer, I press and smooth using the Perfect Cleaning Cloth to keep the oils and misc. craft mess from my hands from getting on my project!

Before stamping my sentiments, I always like to tap my cardstock with the Perfect Crafting Pouch to insure a crisp image.


A few Dew Drops (I am using the Dew Drop Mix in Primary) added for a bit of dimension and sparkle - so easy to apply tiny embellishments when you are using Best Glue Ever with the No-Clog Writing Cap!


And that's all there is to it!  I hope you find my card base recipe helps you in your card making!


Thanks for stopping by today!

Shelly


Wednesday, November 14, 2018

The Best Brush Cleaner Ever!


Good morning everyone, Kim here today with my next DT post for ScraPerfect~
I wanted to share an amazing tip with you today featuring The Best Cleaner Ever! 


If you are like me, and well, make a mess while Art-ing, then you are going to love this tip. I use lots of paint brushes for lots of different things and sometimes, well, ok, most of the time, I forget to clean them. The Best Cleaner Ever has become my new best friend!

I take my messy brushes and add a few squirts of The Best Cleaner Ever to them,wait a few moments, rinse, and Voila! My brushes are magically cleaned back to their original state.   For stubborn brushes, I squirt some of the cleaner on and leave it over night, and then rinse in the morning.


The bristles are soft and ready for my next project!


The Best Cleaner Ever has become my new best friend in my craft room!

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

How To Adhere Thin Diecuts

Hey there!
Lisa back today to share a card with you.
What do you use to adhere thin diecuts to your projects?
I found the perfect combo- The Best Glue Ever and the No Clog Writing Cap!
Here's my card:


See how intricate this diecut is?


See how fine the applicator tip is on the No Clog Writing Cap? It's perfect for adding glue to this diecut!


I like to pop up my embellies with craft foam and The Best Glue Ever is perfect for this. It dries(and holds) super fast!


I love how this card turned out and I love my ScraPerfect products!

Monday, November 12, 2018

Only The BEST Cleaner For My Craft Mat

Hello there!
Welcome to the ScraPerfect blog!

Michelle here today to share a quick, effective & SAFE 
way to clean your silicone type craft mats, without
messing up the surface.


Let's face it, replacing these mat's can be expensive.
So why not preserve the life of your mat's using only the BEST Cleaner Ever
to remove paint, ink, gesso..... whatever medium that seems to want to stick around, doesn't stand a chance using ScraPerfect's Best cleaner Ever.


With a recent card project I completed, I used some metallic gold misting spray, got a little lazy and didn't used my box that I usually use when using sprays.
Oh boy, did I have mess!


So, I reached for my bottle of Best Cleaner Ever.


With a few spritz of the cleaner, a little blending 
with my fingers (IT IS SKIN SAFE!) over the misted surface, and just a few brief moments of letting it sit, my surface wiped clean with a dry paper towel!!!





No harsh fumes, no abrasives to mess up the surface of my mat, and skin safe!
What is not to love about this cleaner?!?!?!
And a spotless mat!


Do I seem overly excited? Most likely, because I have NEVER used a cleaner like this before in ALL my adult years of living!

I have used it outside of my crafting space as well. 
I have used it to remove stubborn stains from certain clothing. 
I have used it to remove hair color stain from my skin, and even to remove sticky cooking messes from bakeware & cookware and 
my glass stove top surface 
(next time I will be sure to get before and after photos from the kitchen).

If you do not already own a bottle or two or three, I strongly suggest you invest in some today! You won't regret it! 

If you are looking for some crafty inspiration today, be sure to visit the ScraPerfect archives to the right, and find an array of projects created by the talented ScraPerfect Design Team. You will also find how they have used the Best Cleaner Ever. and the other innovative projects by ScraPerfect.

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Thanks so much for visiting today!
Until next time......
Happy Crafting & Fall Blessings!

Michelle Renee Wells