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New Guest Designer for November

As cold as it is in the snow and as hard as it is to
get places sometimes sure takes a back seat
to the sometimes breathtaking scenes that we can
see when you have a first snowfall or even when you are
caught as big giant snowflakes fall effortlessly from the sky on you!
It is truly a gorgeous thing to behold!!

We have a few more pages to share using our Winter Collections
and a very special guest designer this month.

Her name is Debbie Sherman and she has been scrapbooking
for about 20 years now, and claims it is her greatest passion.
She loves photography and stays in touch with her grandchildren
by scrapbooking their photos to stay current since they live so far away.



Guest Designer for November

Debbie Sherman





Debbie gets her inspiration from people, places and things
around her. Her favorites are flea markets, vintage homes,
museums and inspiration from her favorite scrappers!
Best description of her style is a Shabby Romantic look!
She loves to layer her papers as you can tell and loves
to create lots of textures and distressing.

Don't you just love her pages!!



designer: Karen Thind

There is lots of fussy cutting going on this page
and we love the cute window that Karen cut in the paper
to put the photo in... Great idea!


designer: Petra Offrell

For this page Petra cut several strips of the house border paper,
sanded the edges and put it all around the outside edge.
She punched the branches and used all the Best Creation
Winter collection papers to create a monocromatic look!
She used Punchinella under the photo and used
painted gesso for the letters!







designer: Rita Barakat

Taking pictures of your child's favorite things may not
seem like a big deal now but someday this photo will be
absolutely priceless to them. Be sure and include lots of journaling
to remember the story just like they would have told it too!


We hope you have a wonderful
and creative weekend!

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