Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Navigating the Scrapbook Grid

Welcome, Club Scrap Navigation Blog Hoppers!

The photo of Marilee has nothing to with the Navigation theme of the collection, however, I just like the color and style . . . so it works!

Simply trim a series of 1" squares from assorted papers in the collection. Crop a 5x7" photo to 5x6" and trim into 1" squares. Be sure to layer everything with several mats in contrasting colors and anchor the grid element with gold-edged satin ribbon.

The CS Grid Ruler is critical for maintaining equal spacing between 1" squares.

Apply a few dabs of adhesive from Club Scrap's handy Glue Pen to adhere the squares.

And finish up with a few embellishments from your stash.

Thank you for hopping with us. Next up is Debby at Masculine Inspirations in Paper Crafts.

Wishing you a very creative new year!

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Watercolor Christmas Blog Hop

Merry Christmas! Welcome to my merry stop on the Club Scrap Watercolor Christmas Blog Hop.

The artwork for this Club Scrap Collection was created by the talented watercolor artist Swarup Murthy The Storyteller. Her artwork transformed into a wonderful paper crafting collection. Tricia (our fearless leader at Club Scrap) has more information about how it all came to be HERE.

With lots of holiday spirit, I've created a 4x4 Canvas Stitched Mini Album using this unique collection.

Watercolor Christmas 4x4 Canvas Mini Album
The Watercolor Christmas papers are so pretty, it was actually hard to cut into them, however I'm so glad I did.

It's pretty cute filled with Christmas photos from the past, I just happen to have a few!

More photos below if you are interested! However, for now, next on the hop is Annette from Digital Musings, you'll have to go see what she is up to!
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

Since a picture is worth a thousand words, I hope this series of photos I took along the way helps!
Club Scrap's Watercolor Christmas Collection