Scrapbook Adhesives Week! {day 4}

Guess what is coming up soon?! Our birthday celebration at Stamp Fever in Orange, CA on this Saturday, March 7th! Woohoo! Click here for more info, and make sure to call in and sign up for the make and take! 🙂

Hello, everyone! We have lots of fun planned for you this week as we are teaming up with our friends over at Scrapbook Adhesives!  They have wonderful products like tape runners, 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!

Latisha’s card is so cute! I love those diagonal stripes and cute hearts! She got some awesome dimension from Scrapbook Adhesives foam squares! They really are the best!

We also have an super fun video from Nicole today! You can watch it here or at our YouTube channel!

Thank you so much for watching!

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Make sure to head on over to the Scrapbook Adhesives blog to check out their Lawn Fawn plus Scrapbook Adhesive products!
Also, comment on both of our blogs through the week to be entered for a chance to win prize packs! 🙂 
We can’t wait to show you more tomorrow!

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


88 thoughts on “Scrapbook Adhesives Week! {day 4}

  1. There is nothing quite like foam adhesive to give things the perfect lift!!! That cactus card is adorable.

  2. Seriously adorable cards. The video is awesome and I love Kelly Marie's tip with the foam adhesive. And, those are some nice adhesive squares. Great job on the video Nicole!!! Love the 'rock and roll' succulent!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  3. I love the card and the sentiment of snail mail. A fun and happy card Letter writing is becoming a lost art and I save all I receive and my friends say they save my cards.

  4. Sweet card, Nicole. Love the pastel shades you've used. BTW, what are Dodz? Are they little glue dots? I really should be buying those by the case! LOL. I LOVE glue dots! They HOLD!

  5. Great cards from Latisha and Nicole. I really like the combination of patterned papers on Latisha's card. That tiny grid paper is wonderful!

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