Scrapbook Adhesives Week! {extra day!} + a Simon Sneak!

Here is a little sneak peek at a project I have over at the Simon Says Stamp blog! Go check out this card and comment on the Simon blog for a chance to win some goodies from them!

Hello, everyone! We have some cute extra projects today from teaming up with our friends over at Scrapbook Adhesives!  They have wonderful products like the My Stik tape runner, awesome 3D foam squares and Dodz! So after you see the projects here, make sure to head on over to their blog for more inspiration!

 Lynnette‘s card is so sweet! I love how she made the deer into Rudolph, and her coloring is gorgeous! 3D foam squares are perfect for creating dimensional scenes!

 Linda‘s poster is so sweet! This is such a cute idea, and Quinn’s Capital ABCs is perfect for this! She used the Adhesive Transfer Sheets which are perfect for a small item that is too skinny for a tape runner. Brilliant!

Make sure to head on over to the Scrapbook Adhesives blog to check out their Lawn Fawn plus Scrapbook Adhesive projects!
Also, comment on both of our blogs through the week to be entered for a chance to win prize packs! 🙂
A big thank you to Scrapbook Adhesives for an awesome week!

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,


54 thoughts on “Scrapbook Adhesives Week! {extra day!} + a Simon Sneak!

  1. I don't see the outlines of the deer or tree on Lynnette's card. Did she use Versamark and emboss in white before coloring? Both cards are very sweet.

    1. Thank you so much. I'll try that. I love how everyone shares knowledge and ideas on these blogs! As a beginner I appreciate all the help I can get.

  2. Oh yay! I just got Quinn's ABC'c and I now know the card I am making Hubby for Valentine's Day! Brilliant. I sure love how you warmed up Rudolph with his nose and scarf! Adorable. I sure am learning a lot about these adhesives. They seem to have some ingenius ways to make a card go together easier.

  3. Love these cards! I am looking for some help with copic markers! Suggestions for browns for a gingerbread man, a good Christnad red, and greens for Christmad trees. Thanks in advance for the help!

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