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



About a month ago I created these samples for the 4th Spellbinders Educator Class, and forgot to post them and the class info. And guess what? Last night we had this class. So today I am sharing the projects without the class info, and including the...

I was so very excited when this paper collection arrived at Stacey's store! I purchased both the 12 x 12 pad and the 8 x 8 pad. But now I am showing you what we are making in our 7th Shabby Chic card class!SAND & SEA SHABBY CHICWhen: Thursday, Se...

On Saturday we had our first Christmas card classes of the year which we always call Christmas in July! I taught the first of the classes for the day, and it was the "Christmas in July Shabby Chic Style" class. It was a full class, and everyone ended...

Last week we had our 5th Shabby Chic class. We again, used some of the gorgeous 49th & Market papers! And as usual we had a lot of fun in class. The class was filled right up! I took about 50 photos and had to decide which ones to post. It turned...

I always love working with beautiful papers and making the most of them. But, I also love to stamp and create with them on cardstock! I know there are stampers that frequent Scrapbook Essentials BC, and may be wishing for more stamping classes! Well...

Long & Tall Cards

on Jul 21, 2017

It is always a nice change of pace and a little more fun, when you make cards that are not the usual A7 or A2 sizes. For this Scrapbook Essentials BC class we are making card to fit inside a business #10 envelope. Long or tall cards, depending on whi...

Getting a head start on making Christmas cards, especially when you are starting in July, often means that we end up using paper leftover from last year. That's not a bad thing actually, because when we create, we often end up with more than one...