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Scrap 365 August/September 2013

Issue No: 17
On Sale: 19/7/2013
SKU: SCP130801
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A note from the Editor.

Scrappers Bazaar

Tons of tempting stash with fabulous giveaways to win!


Check out our latest subscription offer featuring gorgeous Squidgy Pins wooden shapes.

Delightful Details

We pick out some noteworthy details from this issue’s projects.

Sketch Collection

Your cut-out-and-keep collection of sketches based on this month’s layouts.

Coming Next Month

A peek at what’s in store in the next issue of Scrap365.


Inspiration Station: Beautiful Burlap by Gabrielle Pollacco

Add tons of texture without spending the earth using fabulously rustic burlap fabric.

In the Spotlight: Maja Design

Find out more about the scrapbooking companies you know and love.

CSI: Colour, Stories, Inspiration

We team up with the folks at the popular CSI website to bring you a brand new bespoke Scrap365 Case File!

Inspiration Station: Grab your Glue! by Birgit Koopsen

Who knew you could do so much with glue?!

Signature Style

Brit Sviggum shares her quirky and unique style of scrapping.

8… easy ways to improve your photos by Morag Cutts

Brit Sviggum shares her quirky and unique style of scrapping.

Inspiration Station: Hand Stitching by Morag Cutts

Make your page unique with hand-stitched borders, embellishments and titles.


Viewpoint by Els Brigé

Scrapbooking from a different point of view. Els uses oversized words to make her story central to her layout.

Embellish It… DIY wooden shapes by Marsha Valk

Use a simple image transfer technique to make stunning bespoke wood veneers!

Stash Savvy by Emy Buxton

Grab your paint and some household junk to create a background for next to nothing!

And Finally… by Lisa Saunders

Raid the stationery drawer for some fun additions to your next page.


On a Theme: Weather

The weather has such a big influence on where we go, what we do and how we feel. We encourage you to scrap this theme more often!

PDQ Pages: Babies

Prepare to go gooey with our gallery of quick and easy pages featuring adorable little ones.

On a Theme: Food

Lots of yummy pages featuring food and drink – guaranteed to make you peckish!


Softly, Softly by Emeline Seet

Use a light touch to create delicate, feminine backgrounds with Distress Inks.

Bright Ideas by Katy Leitch

Use your old postage stamps to decoupage a bright and colourful box.

Simply Delicious by Riikka Kovasin

Stamp and embellish with plants in this innovative foodinspired mini book.

A Cut Above by Emilie Chamel

Get much more from die cut frames with these clever techniques.

Tiny Tag Brag by Katy Leitch

Create a cute tag brag book that can be fi nished in just an hour.

Layer upon Layer by Georgia Heald

Make a gorgeous collaged background using your paper scraps.

Fresh Paint by Anna Bjorklund

Make a colourful mini book that hangs on the wall!

The Week that Was by Lisa Saunders

Record a week in your life with this easy but adorable concertina mini book.

Mini but Mighty by Lousette Ashton

Lousette explores the creative possibilities of the new Cricut Mini die cutter.

Going Postal by Riikka Kovasin

A trip to the post offi ce inspires Riikka to get creative with her scrapping supplies.

Spill the Beans by Jaine Drake

Jaine confesses the things that she just can’t live without in this cute album made from upcycled coffee sleeves.

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