I started doing regular scrapbooking when my mom lived with us. She was just in the beginning stages of alzheimer’s, and I was looking for an activity that we could do together that would keep her busy, keep her active, be creative, and exercise her memory. Scrapbooking fit the bill perfectly. We spent way too much money on our hobby, and scrapbooked every afternoon for years, until she was no longer able. It was during this time that I started whining to my hubby, Doug, that the embellishments fell off of the pages after a week or a month, and that the glue was way too expensive. He was a chemist for a large printer, and we worked together to develop a scrapbookers liquid glue, and thus ScrapFusion(tm) was born.
We receive lovely comments from scrapbookers, cardmakers, quillers, and altered art makers. Colleen shared some cards with us that she made, and I’d love to post them here. Thank you, Colleen for sharing and allowing me to post these pics!
Can you believe how detailed these are? She used a Martha Steward punch for the branches. I’m pretty sure that I wouldn’t have the patience to make these beauties!
Love the blue and white combo!!
This one, with the window, is so pretty! Almost (almost, not quite, lol) makes me want winter! I love the layering!
This card is just so stunning with the red background and the red berries. I love the branches from other trees in the top corners!
I would love to make my own cards for Christmas…but who am I kidding? I never seem to find time to send any cards! Christmas always takes me by surprise. I usually have one or two gifts made throughtout the year, then I don’t do anything until it’s panic time. And wrapping? Forget it! Doug and I spend Christmas Eve and a good part of Christmas morning wrapping. Maybe this year I’ll be organized! Hey, if you’re gonna dream, dream big!
Oh, and did I mention that from now until the end of August, there is free shipping on ScrapFusion(tm)???