Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Scrapbooking Studio has everything you need to start creating scrapbooking layouts and cards! Check out the newest trends and designer papers arriving daily. I've created a few items to spark your creativity. Simple Stories has several lines of papers you'll fall in love with as soon as you pick up a few sheets and start using them. Here's a 12x12 layout using two 5x7 photos. It was super easy to create a title and journaling block using the Generations pre-printed pieces.
Generations by Simple Stories designer papers and title block help create heirloom layouts in a fraction of  time.

The journaling blocks from Generation line by  Simple Stories are a great starting place for heartfelt cards .

Patterned papers for baby and toddler layouts can be hard to find. I was thrilled to be able to work with these adorable Simple Stories paeprs: Baby Steps.

Tiny journaling blocks and titles are perfect for cards. Grab a 6x6 Paper Pad and some adhesive-the card is almost made for you.

I used a bit of netting colored with Glimmer Mist and adhered with a glue dot to help create the cluster of embellishments in the upper right corner of this "You are Loved" card. 

One of the great thinks I loved about this paper line from Simple Stories is the muted colors and themes of each printed paper. I felt that many of the papers could be used for boys or girls depending on the matching embellishments.

Each 6x6 paper pad comes with so many  journaling cards and  die cut images you'll have enough for several cards - even inside card greetings too!
 Here's a sweet family of snow people read to be attached to Holiday Gifts for 2011.
A collection of three snow people all created with the same die and embossing folder from Sizzix. The Acrylic snow lady attached to the brown bag was colored with Staz-on ink and Ranger Perfect Pearls Mist and the other two also used the Perfect Pearls Mists.

Thanks for checking out the samples and be sure to stop by or order on-line today from The Scrapbooking Studio, 1623 5th Avenue, Moline, IL 61265 (309) 736-7242

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