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Scrap 365 December/January 2014

Issue No: 19
On Sale: 15/11/2013
SKU: SCP131201
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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.

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.


In the Spotlight: Webster’s Pages

Find out more about the people behind one of the scrapbooking world’s best known brands.

10 easy… ways to glam up your projects by Marsha Valk

Who doesn’t love a little sparkle? Add a little (or a lot) of bling to your projects with these ten easy ideas.

CSI: Colour, Stories, Inspiration

We bring you a brand new bespoke Scrap365 Case File, courtesy of the lovely folks at CSI.

Inspiration Station: Chipboard by Brit Sviggum

Add depth and dimension to your projects with versatile chipboard.

Inspiration Station: Die Cut Cards by Emy Buxton

Use popular die cut cards in some unexpected ways.


Embellish It… Handwritten Title by Lisa Saunders

Create a totally unique and bespoke hand doodled title for your next layout.

Signature Style: Emma Trout

Emma takes us into her world of lovely layered scrapbook pages.

Viewpoint by Birgit Koopsen

Draw attention to important journaling by mixing up your style with stickers and hand drawn details.

Stash Savvy by Riikka Kovasin

Riikka makes the most inexpensive things look a million dollars!

And Finally... by Elena Olinevich

Alcohol-ink an acrylic title to add an opulent feel perfect for Christmas.


On a Theme: Winter

Our chilly inspiration will make you want to stay indoors and play!

PDQ Pages: Christmas

Loads of ideas to get you motivated in time for your festive scrapping.

Work, Work, Work

Work and play is perfectly balanced in this gallery!


Shape Up! by Jaine Drake

Use up leftover bits and pieces to create unique and eye-catching layered embellishments.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered by Morag Cutts

Make your next mini interactive with these great ways to incorporate envelopes.

Postive/Negative by Ifa Zainon

Embrace the trend for negative space even if you don’t own a die cutter, with Ifa’s hand cut design elements.

An Untraditional Christmas by Kim Woods

No time to shop for scrapping supplies? Kim shares some tips on making festive layouts using everyday stash.

Fun! by Tomoko Takahashi

Good things really do come in small packages, as Tomoko shows in this adorable mini made from scraps.

She Art Angel by Ali Parris

Be angelically green and recycle cereal boxes to make this festive decoration.

A Box of Memories by Michelle Jackson-Mogford

Bring your memories to life by creating box frames packed with personal ephemera.

December Daily by Marsha Valk

Marsha shares a simple and elegant way to record the busiest month of the year.

Bright Ideas by Els Brigé

Create a cute little wallet that makes a gift card extra special.

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