Show Great Gratitude With This Remembrance Day Scrapbook Layout

Remembrance Day, originally called Armistice Day, marks the day World War I ended — the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month back in 1918. Since then, many have commemorated this occasion and the men and women who have served — and rightfully so. Blog contributor Michele Burnard put together this Remembrance Day scrapbook layout that showcases her appreciation to those who not only served (and her sons who currently do serve!), but those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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The Wonders of the Woods Await With This Winter Scrapbook Layout

Are you starting to pine for the winter season? Although wintertime can call for cold temperatures and blustery snow, there are also some perks and benefits — the sheer alluring magic of the season is definitely one of them! Cue all the sparkly snowflakes and let’s bundle up for a beauty — check out this winter scrapbook layout and think of what wonderful winter photos you’d fill it up with!

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Weekly Sketch Round-Up Nov. 2-6

Are you ready to kick your creativity up a notch? Or how about giving a go at a new technique? Perhaps you’re searching for trendy design ideas or inspiration? Well you’re in luck — today’s Weekly Sketch Round-Up has four great projects for you to try out that are certain to have you excited about your albums. Ready, set, create!

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Spruce Up Your Spreads With These Pine Tree Scrapbook Borders

The serenity of the woods in wintertime is something that can feel a little surreal. The snow blankets and silences all footsteps. A crisp, blowing breeze whooshes in a calming atmosphere. A deeper connection to nature can be developed… and all of these can go on for miles. With the new Treeline Border Punch, you can replicate this awe-inspiring feeling by creating beautiful pine tree scrapbook borders that add a peaceful, wondrous look to any project — see for yourself!

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The Creative Countdown is On With This Christmas Scrapbook Spread

Here’s an interesting history lesson for you! The Advent calendar is of German origin, tracing back to the 19th century when German Protestants made chalk marks on doors or lit candles to count the days leading up to Christmas. In 1851, the first hanging, wooden (and handmade!) Advent calendar was created. By the early 20th century, the first printed calendars appeared in people’s homes, followed by the addition the iconic small doors in the 1920s. As many know, counting down to Christmas can bring a lot of joy, excitement and anticipation, which can also be a great time to prep your yuletide layouts and albums! Get a glimpse of this two-page Christmas scrapbook spread and start imagining of how you’ll commemorate the season!

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You’re Sure to Keep Cool With This Winter Scrapbook Layout

When the weather is extra cold outside, it can be quite comfy and snuggly to stay inside and scrapbook the day away! But if you are a brisk-weather lover, whether it’s sliding down a hill atop a toboggan, spending the day cross-country skiing, gliding around on ice skates or anything in between, you will surely want to check out this winter scrapbook layout. (P.S. It’ll give you all the warm fuzzies!)

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This Apple Scrapbook Border is Ripe for the Creative Picking

Ancestors of Malus domestica, the modern table apple, are said to have geographic roots in Asia. Nowadays, there are 7,500 varieties of apples grown throughout the world! That’s a lot of apple picking, fruit baskets, pies and other treats! The humble apple, from Granny Smith to McIntosh and Cortland, truly captures a crisp aspect of the fall season. Blog contributor Sachiyo Omitsu loves all things apple in the fall, so she wanted to capture this by creating an apple scrapbook border!

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Bundle Up to Beauty With This Enchanting Winter Scrapbook Layout

Make layouts for your winter memories that are “Best in Snow” with the new Winter Woods collection! This stylish subzero collection is filled with all sorts of winter tidings that will add icy elegance to your albums. Check out this winter scrapbook layout and start thinking up your own cold-weather wonders.

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Weekly Sketch Round-Up Oct. 26-30

They say inspiration can be found anywhere — but they don’t mention how easy it can be to find when you know about the Weekly Sketch Round-Up! Check out these four projects from our Instagram and get your creative juices flowing!

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Scariest Things for Scrapbookers: Part 3

Happy Halloween! The last day of October marks the occasion when we take time to celebrate all the things spooky-scary and creepy-crawly. But, as we all know, scrapbookers have a different set of fears that non-crafters just don’t quite understand. The past two years, we’ve listed some of the scariest things for scrapbookers (read Part 1 and Part Boo! here), and now we hope you’re feeling brave, because it’s time for Part 3!

WARNING: If you are a scrapbooker who gets scared, it’s recommended you read this one with the lights on…

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