Friday, September 23, 2016

Every City has a Story - FFF Challenge (The ScrapRoom)

The ScrapRoom releases a variety of new kits each month.  It is always fun to see how the variety of kits can be combined to provide more supply options!  You can check out their blog for more inspiration from their design team.  If you love challenges come and join the Facebook Group for a new set of challenges that are revealed the first week of each month, also join us for chatter and tons of scrappy inspiration.  

The Freaky Fast Friday is one of these challenges.  The ScrapRoom provides a list of measurements and you provide the supplies and the ideas.  You cut your papers to the corresponding sizes and then play around until you like the arrangement.  Add your photo(s), title, journaling and embellishments to finish off your page...Freaky Fast! 

I wanted to do the FFF challenge this month especially when I saw how perfectly the measurements would work with the September/October Shots of Life Pocket Page kit.  I added the patterned paper from the September Patterned Paper Add-on kit to create this page.  After deciding on the placement of the paper and pictures it only took a few embellishments to finish off the page.  The great thing with the pocket sized cards is that they can easily be added to regular scrapbook layouts as journaling spots or titles, like I did on this page. Extra details like the double hears and the green banner strips can be cut from extra cards to create your own embellishments.  The puffy stickers, paper clip and enamel dots are all from the Shots of Life kit.  I added the extra word strips from a previous kit.

Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 
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- Cassie -

Thursday, September 22, 2016

September Cards (The ScrapRoom)

Today I am sharing 4 cards that I made from the leftovers from the September Patterned Paper Add-On Kit, Doubleshot Kit and Semtember/October Shots of Life Kit from The ScrapRoom.  
The kits are jammed pack with lots of goodies that make scrapping super fast and easy!  After I created my layouts for the month I decided to use some of the extras to create some fun cards.
Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 
Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 

Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 

Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 
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- Cassie -

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Go. See. Do. (Stuck?! Sketches & Just Nick)

The birthday celebration at Stuck?! Sketches is continuing with the newest challenge.  This challenge is brought to you with Just Nick cut files.  Part of the Stuck?! Sketches design team worked with the Just Nick cut files to create fabulous layouts.


When I saw this large cut file in the Just Nick shop, I knew I wanted to use it on this page that features three photos from a day trip a few months ago.  When I decided to make this cut file my title and have it be really large, I knew I needed to adjust the cluster of photos, so flipped the sketch to the side and moved the cluster to the left side of the title.  I mixed and matched a few other Just Nick cut files and used them as my main embellishments. 
Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson
Supplies - Patterned Paper: Simple Stories, Bella Blvd.  Cut File: Just Nick.  Digital Cutter and Software: Silhouette Cameo with Designer Edition Software.  Cardstock: American Crafts.  Flair: Accent Scrapbooking.  Enamel Dots: Made with perler beads.  Banner: Pretty Little Studio.

I would also like to take a moment to say goodbye to the Stuck?! Sketches design team.  I have been on this team for the last year and it has been such a wonderful experience to work with Laura.  Life is throwing me some curve balls right now, so have decided to cut back on my scrapbook time.  I know Laura will pick a fabulous new team and I will them all the success!  Keep checking back on the 1st and 15th of the month for some great new sketch challenges!

Thanks for joining me!
- Cassie -

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Wild Ride (The ScrapRoom)

The ScrapRoom releases a variety of new kits each month.  It is always fun to see how the variety of kits can be combined to provide more supply options!  You can check out their blog for more inspiration from their design team.  If you love challenges come and join the Facebook Group for a new set of challenges that are revealed the first week of each month, also join us for chatter and tons of scrappy inspiration.  

The September kits from The ScrapRoom are jammed pack full of some really fun goodies!  For this page I combined the September/October Shots of Life Pocket Page kit with the September Patterned Paper Add-on Kit to create a traditional layout.  I cut up strips from the Pink Paislee and Dear Lizzy patterned papers and then used the cut apart sheets from Dear Lizzy that are in the Shots of Life kit as my title, journaling block and extra embellishments.  With a little bit of fussy cutting these cards make great extra embellishments for your pages.  I finished it off with the Echo Park enamel dots, Me & My Big Ideas paper clip, American Crafts puffy stickers from the Shots of Life kit.

Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 
Thanks for joining me!
- Cassie -

Monday, September 19, 2016

Yay: Adventure Time (The ScrapRoom)

From the second I saw this page kit in my September Doubleshot Kit from The ScrapRoom I fell in love with it!  Each month The ScrapRoom hosts a Jump Start Sketch challenge on their blog.  Make sure to play along and link up your layout for a chance to win!  If you love challenges come and join the Facebook Group for a new set of challenges that are revealed the first week of each month.  

I knew the colors of this page kit would look great with these photos from our summer trip to the town of Leavenworth, Washington.  It is a little town that has been styled to look like a German Bavarian town. Since my husband and I lived in Germany for three years we have been wanting to check out this town and get some delicious German food.  The town did not disappoint. I took so many beautiful pictures on our trip that I knew it would be impossible to narrow them down for just one page, so I decided to just pick out four when I saw the sketch.  

I loved the white cardstock in the kit, because I can never have or use enough of the stuff.  The white background really allowed the colors to pop off the page.  I used the silver stars from the embellishments to create the circle in the sketch.  I then finished off the page with the cute banner from the kit and various stickers from the sticker sheet before finished it off with some ink splatters using spray ink in my stash.
Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson for The ScrapRoom 
Supplies : Double Shot Kit from The ScrapRoom for September.  Color shine spray ink by Heidi Swapp.

Thank you for joining me!
- Cassie -

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Hello Sunshine (Scrap Our Stash)

Fall is such a beautiful time here in the Pacific Northwest.  Memories from summer are still fresh in my mind and make me want to use bright fun colors in my scrapbooking.  Although to be honest I always like to use bright fun colors! It is time for a new sketch + challenge from Scrap Our Stash!  I always find these challenges fun to do because I get to start with a sketch and then hunt through my stash for the extra goodies in the list.


For the sketch I decided to rotate the photo and paper cluster to the left.  As for the list, I used Air Balloons, Bella Blvd, Black, Chevrons, Canary.  I hope you find this sketch + challenge as much fun as I did and will play along with us.  I can’t wait to see what you create!
Copyright: Cassie Wiscarson
Supplies - Patterned Paper: Bella Blvd, Simple Stories.  Embellishments: Imaginisce, Simple Stories, Echo Park, Freckled Fawn, Bella Blvd, Project Life, My Mind's Eye, Teresa Collins, Recollections, Jillibean Soup.

Thanks for joining me!
- Cassie -

Friday, September 16, 2016

Wanderlust (Stuck?! Sketches)

Birthday month at Stuck?! Sketches is still in full swing.  I created another layout using a cut file from our sponsor Just Nick, and that project will be revealed in a few days.  For now I wanted to share this layout I made just using the sketch. If you have some free time on your hands, hopefully you will play around with the latest sketch that Laura has created for Stuck?! Sketches.  Make sure to link up your creation for a chance to win some fabulous prizes from our sponsors!


I loved the three little photos on this sketch and all the smaller bits of paper.  I decided to use a swag bag from an online store called Paper Issues on this page.  This one kit along with some Project Life Currently Collection embellishments pretty much finish up this page.  This page came together really quickly and it just makes me so happy!


Supplies - May Swag Bag from Paper Issues, Project Life Currently Collection die cuts, Echo Park, Imaginisce, Pretty Little Studio, Heidi Swapp.

Thanks for joining me!
- Cassie -
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