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Friday, September 16th, 2011
Scrap fun with Ingvild Bolme – Part 1



I just love days like this! Yesterday and today I had the pleasure to attend two classes with Ingvild Bolme from Norway. We had a lot of fun creating projects with Prima products, and boy, did we get Prima products. Each kit was packed full with goodies: papers,8 packages of flowers, letter sheets, metal embellishments, journaling cards, ink, adhesive, mini album, sticker sheet and the list goes on. We also had the pleasure of working with Ingvild’s new tools! These tools are just great. The knife is super sharp and flexible and there is an option of changing its angle if you want. The distressing tool is basically 5 tools in one: two files one rough and the other gentle, bone folder, distresser and a metal brush. It is all on one tool! Very clever! You can already see a hint of one of the projects we did, but I want to finish all of them so I can share …

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011
101 Flowers Tutorial #7: ribbon flower



I love ribbons, you love ribbons, everybody loves ribbons! Why? Because they are so versatile, pretty and fun. One of my favorite things to create from ribbon is flowers. From each ribbon you can create two sizes of flowers: big and small, all you need is a needle and thread:1. Thread the ribbon on the bottom. 2. Pull the thread to crease the ribbon. 3. Join the two edges with the thread. 4. To create a smaller flower fold the ribbon in half length wise and repeat the first stages. 5. To finish your flowers add a brad or a button in the center.6. You can create layered ribbon flowers too! Have fun creating flowers for your projects! Einat

Monday, September 12th, 2011
Blog Star Award



I love sharing my work, ideas and knowledge with all of you and I know you appreciate it from all your amazing comments and responses I get. But every now and then it’s rewarding to get the recognition from someone else. I was very proud and honored to be awarded the Blog Star Award by addyourblog.com. My blog was chosen by their webmasters for the quality of web content, great design and web log everyone loves to read. Thank you very much addyourblog.com! Don’t forget to enter the Top 10 Contest! Einat

Friday, September 9th, 2011
Top 10 contest



In 3 weeks time Jews around the world will celebrate the Jewish New Year. This is a great time to summarize a fabulous year and what a better way to do that then share it with all of you in an exciting, surprising, fun contest: Top 10 contest! Here is what you have to do: 1. Go through all my blog posts this year and leave me a comment telling me which three projects are your favorites. 2. Become a follower (leave me a separate comment telling me this). 3. Subscribe to Scrappin’ it (leave me a separate comment telling me this). 4. Spread the word about this contest on your blog/FB/Twitter/Forum  (leave me a separate comment telling me this). You can enter until Sep. 29th Three weeks from today I will compile all the results and reveal your Top 10! I will randomly pick a winner from everyone who entered. Here is what you can win (I highly recommend …

Monday, September 5th, 2011
Designer Crafts Connection: Baby Shower Box



It’s the first Monday of the month…time for another fun inspiring Designer Crafts Connection blog hop! This month we have a mixed theme: baby/celebration. I decided to create a combined project: a cute baby shower favor box. It’s really easy to make and you can fill it with anything you want! Here is how you can do it: start with the upper left picture and just follow the process step by step! We have a great give away for you this month! If you want to win a DVD set of the new TV show, Scrapbook Soup, Series 100 keep on hopping and look for the Scrapbook Soup logo which appears in eight blogs in the ring.post where you found them in the comment section of Julie McGuffee’s blog. You can enter until the 15th. To keep hopping just go to the Designer Crafts Connection button on the right side of my blog.Have fun!Einat

Friday, September 2nd, 2011
Technique corner: Layout with a hinge



I shared with you before my passion for interactive scrapbooking. I don’t know, something about moving parts in a scrapbook layout just does it for me. Interactive scrapbooking can be anything as long as you have to discover a hidden secret, a photo or a message. It can be hidden in a small booklet, a turning wheel or even a pocket. This time it’s hidden behind a door! But not just a regular door, but a two sided photo door and just like any door it has a hinge that keeps it attached to the paper. Here is how to create a hinged door on your layout: 1. You will need two photos in the same size. I used 4″ X 6″ photos. It is the same photo, one in colors and one in black and white. 2. Attach a hinge to one of the photos using two brads. I used regular hinges I bought at the hardware store. 3. …

Monday, August 29th, 2011
Back to school: a special Mini Album for a special teacher



It’s time to go back to school! I always have mixed feelings about going back to school, I want the house back to myself, but I love spending time with them and I enjoy the time off from all the driving, baking, volunteering…. This time of year always reminds me of my son’s first teacher. She was one of a kind! She was his teacher for four years and she is largely responsible for his amazing progress. We all cried when it was time to say goodbye. Luckily his new teacher is just as great and the class gets to meet their old teacher when she comes to visit. I wanted to make her something special when she left, something to help her remember all the wonderful moments they shared during those four years. I decided to make a special mini album in the spirit of learning. Each page is dedicated to a letter in the Hebrew alphabet, total of …

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