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Helmar, Punky Sprouts Day 2.....

So it is Day 2 With Helmar Adhesives and Nicole and Kim
have created 2 more fantastic books using their favorite 
Helmar Adhesives for you today.  Don't forget to check out their 
blog all week too to see what their designers have created out of
our Best Creation papers -- because it is amazing!! 

And if you haven't tried Punky Sprouts books you are in for a real treat.
  They carry a huge selection of mixed media albums
that have chipboard, acrylic, canvas and paper all in one
so it it really fun to get all your Helmar adhesives out with our fantastic
glittery papers and create a real masterpiece!!

So let's go to our first book with our talented Nicole Wise.....

Disney Trip 2011 by Nicole Wise

Nicole used the scalloped book for her project and
covered each page with papers from our Loops 
and Scoops paper line.  She added the border stickers
across the top and bottom of the pages to add lots 
of dimension and color.  
and added lots of stickers and popped them up...

Be sure and click on the pages to see them up close
to see the acrylic pages and the canvas too....

Products Used: New Loops and Scoops Collection
LS002, LS003, LS004, LS005, LS006, 
 LS008, LS009, LS012, LS014, LS016, GCS009, GCS011, GCS021. 
 Punky Sprouts Album-PS011, Helmar Tape Runner, Helmar Liquid Scrapdots, 
Helmar 450 Quick Dry Glue, Helmar 1/4" ZapDots.

Now it is on to Kim Arledge's book .....

"Nasa Mini Book" by Kim Arledge
 Kim created this amazing book to remember
their family trip to NASA with a Punky Sprouts
 book and our favorite Helmar Adhesives....

This book is so fun because it has so many shapes
and different textures so her variety of Helmar Adhesives
really fit the bill for this project.....

Don't you just love all the details that she put into
making this book!!  It is really going to be a family
heirloom someday... What a fantastic trip to scrap :)

Kim used all the papers and stickers from our
Spring release of the Robot Collection.  It
was perfect for this album with all the fun planets,
spaceships, stars and robots!!

So here we are at the end of day 2 and if you leave a
comment today you have a chance to win either the
Loops and Scoops collection or the Robot Collection!!

Thanks so much for stopping by to check us out!!


  1. Love the disney trip book. Clever use of the Loops and Scoops. Still loving the Robot collection!

  2. Fabulous albums! Kim, I can't believe your family got to go to NASA! How awesome is that...and how perfect these papers are to scrap your trip with! LOVE both of these paper lines. Thanks for showing them off for us! :-D

  3. I've never been one to do mini albums but I've always loved working on canvas. These books sound awesome to play with!

  4. Oh these are awesome! I was wondering how to scrap our Disney trips, I didn't want them in the regular albums, but the 8x8's are still kinda big, this is perfect! The space album is too cool!

  5. love the loops and scoops paper collection! and of course punky sprouts is always awesome! Hope I win!

  6. I love the colors of these albums!

  7. These books by Punky Sprouts are terrific and I love that the Lopps and Scoops works for a Disney album!

  8. I love how the DT is using these Punky Sprouts albums! Beautiful work ladies!

  9. All of these fabulous projects has inspired me to get out a mini and get scrappin! Love how they showcased the products!

  10. I like both collectiosn so winning either one would be Great !
    Thanks for the chance!

  11. These are so cute! I love each one! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. Thanks DT for creating such cute and detailed mini-albums. The Punky Sprouts kits look so interesting to use.

  14. Another set of awesome minis!! Loving the colors of both the Loops and Scoops and the Robot collections!!

  15. Great albums! The team is really having fun with minis! What great ideas!

  16. WOWZERS! Day 2 with Punky Sprouts and Best Creations is awesome! All these samples are amazing but I have to say, that NASA book is above and beyond!!!! (pun intended)


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