Aspiring to Creativity

Blog URL:http://glimmercraft.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:scrapbooking, card-making, crafts, papercrafting, cricut, cuttlebug, copics, cards, techniques
Country:Canada
State/Province:Alberta
Location:Calgary

Hub for creative inspiration as well as showcasing the work of 3 papercrafters.



Latest Blog Posts



I love stamping with Altenew layered stamps. One of my favourites, and on my wish list for a very long time has been this beautiful "Majestic Bloom" set. I look forward to making more cards for my own personal use and ideas when I can. In the meantim...

Shabby Chic Card Classes are BACK!!!When: Saturday, June 16thTime: 9:30 - 12:00Cost: $30 + GSTWhere: Langford Legion HallContact Stacey at sbebc2011@gmail.com  or  778-533-4290 to reserve your spotTo all the Shabby Chic card lover...

Time for another week in my Bujo! Yes, the same layout, but once again a different colour. I did not have a good purple marker to coordinate better with the washi tape, but used the best match I had. I am wondering if I can do a week layout in just b...

This card kit is a little more involved that the last few, and involves inking the edges of all the card pieces. It has a lovely vintage look and reminds one of the days spent with Grandma in her kitchen. I guess that is why the paper is titled "Home...

I do not know about you, but for me this week has just flown by! I am sharing my new week in my Bullet Journal with you as the new week starts. You will see that the layout is the same, and I apologize if it is boring for you, but when you find a lay...

Remember the posts of my Honeymoon Bay Retreat? Some were of cards made from Authentique "Meadow". Well it turns out that I was requested to teach a class to create some of theses cards that I posted.AUTHENTIQUE "MEADOW" CARD CLASSSet...

The card I am sharing with you today, is the larger A7 size (5 x 7) and was not made along with the other five you saw the other day. I made this one on another day of the retreat.In thinking about the stories of Heidi and Peter, I thought about the...