#Rentrée (back to school)

by Claire Barrin | 0 comments

Good morning dear Scrap FX followers,

Today I’ll show you my 2017 ‘Back-to-School’ Layout.

As usual, I worked on my background with a stencil that I outlined.

This time, it was the Numbers Collage stencil.

I chose to cut the Subject Signpost into pieces that I put on each side of my picture.

I also used a Weekdays Cards that I slipped under the picture.

You can also see a quote from the Education transparency on the previous picture.

And finally, the #SchoolFrench here and there.

Items used:

Subject Signpost


Weekdays Cards

Education transparency

Numbers Collage stencil

What about your ‘back-to-school’ layouts?

Did you made some?

Have a nice Tuesday.



“Dreamer” canvas with Irina Gerschuk

by Irina Gerschuk | 1 Comment

Hi my friends!
It’s Irina Gerschuk with you today and I’d like to share with you my new canvas 30×30. I’ve created it in a junction of mixed-media, shabby and boho styles.On the photo is my younger sister:

Products used:

And now some close-ups:

I’ve colored the ballet slippers with three different tones of embossing powders (white, peach and pink), and added some pink glitter on tips while the ep was still hot

I’ve divided the flourish damask corner into several parts to match the composition

I’ve colored the mini feather the same way as the ballet slippers:

The dreamer frame was colored with white embossing powder:

I’ve colored the damask flourish with “egg shell” acrylic paint and added some liquid pink glitter as the last layer:

And one more closer look to the background and dreamer frame:

Thank you for stopping by!
Have a lovely day))


School Photo…… by Cindy Porter

by Cindy Porter | 0 comments

Hi everyone, just sharing my latest for Scrap FX…
School Photo
So this is the only school photo I have of my hubby….. this was a few years before I met him…
I created my background using lots of Scrap FX stamps over some tissue paper….
and the Numbers Stamp
I also added the Harlequin stamp to the background…
I stamped the new Filmstrip Stamp underneath my School Photo title…. which is actually “School Photos” but I chopped off the “s”
Finally, I added the #schooldays which is just one of seven mini # words relating to school in the pack…
Scrap FX products used:
School Photo
Filmstrip Stamp
Harlequin stamp
Numbers Stamp
Notebook Edge Stamp
Moroccan Tile Stamp
till next time
happy creating

Dream it, discover it, make it possible

by Anguree Jansen Van Rensburg | 0 comments

Hello there dear friends

I’m back on the blog again sharing 2 tutorials with you featuring the stunning new products of our last release.  This release was all about learning, the start of the new school year and possibilities and opportunities. So maybe you made some New Year’s  resolutions and maybe you, like many of us (me included) have almost given up on the thought that you may reach your goals. Let’s face it we are more than halfway through February and you may still be struggling to get into that fitness routine or eating healthy – yes me too. Today I want to let you know it’s okay you can still reach those goals. Every day holds the possibility to start over, change and get those things done. My year started a month later because I’ve been on holidays, so technically I’m just 2 weeks behind right ? (chuckle).

What I love about this new release are all the positive and inspirational messages in the transparency and chipboard. It’s true you know. Possibility and opportunities start with the ability to dream, creating those positive things you want to achieve and making it a reality. Dream it, believe it and reach out to make it happen. This is my inspiration for both of these projects, so sit back, grab a cuppa and join in on the fun of creating these yourself, following basic instructions.


Scrap FX products used

Education Transparency

Mini Blossom Stem

First cut 6 panels from patterned paper. 3 Panels measuring 2.5 x 3.5 inches and 3 panels measuring 2.25 x 3.25 inches.

Ink the edges of the panels using grey in on the larger panels and soft pink on the smaller panels. I used a sponge and some spray ink from @13arts and dampened it with white Brilliance ink. You can use whatever ink pads you have.

Cut sections of the transparency sheet and stick them to the smaller panels using soft matte gel.

Adhere the bigger and smaller panels to another using a piece of chipboard at the back of each front panel to raise it from the back panel.

Create a embellishment cluster on each smaller panel using lace, ribbon and tulle.

Cut the chipboard into smaller pieces so you have enough for 3 cards and ink with white ink.

Once the white ink is dry, sponge with paint or spray ink.

Add the chipboard, 3 flowers and some glass pebbles to each cluster.


Scrap FX products used:

Education Transparency

Imagine phrase Stencil

2017 Year Pack

School French

Use the stencil to add some molding paste onto your background paper. I turned it upside down for the top of my page and only included the word imagine in the middle of the two stenciled sections. Dry with a heat tool.

Add some colour by stamping on some watercolour ink or powders using a plastic wrapper. I used the Ken Oliver Liquid inks.

Cut the remaining phrases from the transparency sheet and don’t be afraid to cut them to size or change the order of the words. our Lay them onto the background with your photo and arrange them in a way that suits your composition. Adhere  the transparency pieces with soft Matte gel.

Mat the photo onto darker cardstock and start creating embellishment clusters.

Ink the chipboard with black Archival ink and adhere in place.

Add light stamping in the background using a grey Archival Ink. Add additional texture by adhering twine loops to the background.

All done 🙂

I hope you enjoyed these 2 short tutorials with me and hope that I could brighten your day a little by sharing some positive thoughts.

Till next time, have fun creating and don’t forget to check in regularly for more inspiration by my fellow design team members.



Commemorative Mixed Media Frame For a Loved One

by Kareen Brochu-Harvey | Comments Off on Commemorative Mixed Media Frame For a Loved One

Hi craft friends!

It’s always really sad losing a person we love

And a little something we can do is creating memories.

To do that, I have create a nice mixed media frame.

That way, we can remember my great-grand-mother every the time we past near the frame.

All Scrap FX products are amazing for mixed media projects.

Here’s my creation:

The products I have used:

Mechanical Spike C Feather – 2016419

Mechanical Time Stencil – 2016424

Fancy Feathers – 2016294

Family….. – 2016168

Ostrich feathers – 2016134

Clockface, gears/steampunk – 2011055

Accesory Cogs – 2015360

Crowns – 2011054

Micro Jigsaw Puzzle – 2007373

Thank you for the visit today!

Kareen framed

– KareenBH –

Enjoy the Journey – by Amelie

by Amelie Jutras | Comments Off on Enjoy the Journey – by Amelie

Hello Scrap Fx friends!

Amelie with you today to introduce my first creation of February.

Fidele has a habit, my postman is slow to bring me my precious package, so I worked with old products!

I used the stencil “Brick” with heavy gesso to create my background.

For my title, I used the chipboard “Enjoy the Journey”.

I used embossing powder to cover it.

I also used the chipboard “Chicken wire” that I left to the natural.

Thank you!



Birthday cards by Claire

by Claire Barrin | Comments Off on Birthday cards by Claire

Hello dear ones,

Claire here to share some new designs.

Today, I’ll show you 2 birthday cards.


On this first card, I used the new Imagine Phrase stencil.

Here’s a quick tutorial of how I made this card.

Use the Imagine Phrase stencil to trace all the letters with a light pencil.

Then retrace all the letters with drawing gum.

After that, use your favorite watercolour to create your background.

And finally, remove the drawing gum once it’s dry.

To finish up your card, you can outline all the letters with a fine black pen, and add some doodles.

item used:

Imagine Phrase stencil


The second card is a really quick one, perfect for a kid’s birthday 🙂

I simply glued two beautiful chipboards on a cardstock and added some doodling.

10 minutes top, the birthday boy was delighted!



Items used:

Backhoe & Dozer

Crane & Bobcat


Well, that’s all for today. Have a nice time!


Year 12 Formal

by Marie Johansson | Comments Off on Year 12 Formal


Hello! Hej!

Marie here today with a layout that reminds me of summer. My son is really good at Orienteering. In fact he is the best in his age in the North of Sweden. When I got the Year 12 Formal chipboard I knew at once that I wanted to use it for a layout about him and the passed season as 12 yo Champion. I also used the Teacher Crossword since I think it summons up so much of what Orienteering is all about.

I decided to pick up the color from Max T-shirt (H12 = Male12yo), and use similar colors on my layout. I added stamping with the Notebook edge stamp & Yellow ink, then splattered on Tattered Angels Mists. I left the Chipboards “raw” so they would be really visible. A really simple page, but I do love how it turned out. It represents the sport a lot – simple but complicated in the same way.


Thank you for your visit today!

I have used these products from Scrap FX:

  • 2017014 Notebook Edge Stamp
  • 2017002 Teacher Crossword
  • 2017024 Year 12 Formal B

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Happy Times with Kerstin

by Kerstin-Inga Peters | Comments Off on Happy Times with Kerstin

Welcome scrappy friends!

Kerstin with you today and I will share my latest layout.

I love the time where I can I read and relax.

There is a world of magic and mystery to be discovered.

Always exciting and inspiring.

Scrap FX products used:

Best friends Mini

Happy theme pack

Education Transparency

# schooldays

Art deco flourish small

and some close up’s

I hope you’ve enjoyed taking a look at some of products from Scrap FX.

If you’d like to see more, have a look through their store HERE

I’ll be back later this month 🙂

Thanks for your visit!

Happy crafting!


Few projects with Irina Gerschuk

by Irina Gerschuk | Comments Off on Few projects with Irina Gerschuk

Hi my friends!
It’s Irina Gerschuk with you today and I’d like to share with you my new projects!

1st is a masculine card:

Products used:

Some close-ups:

I’ve colored the Mechanical Spike with silver distress paint and while it was still wet added some gold embossing powder randomly. I’ve highlighted it with some micro beads and few metal elements.

I’ve colored the Mesh Panel with bronze distress paint

My 2nd project was also inspired by the masculine theme:

Products used:

Some close-ups:

I’ve divided the Steampunk Corner into several parts and used only one piece to match the composition. I’ve colored it with silver alcohol inks and added crackle accent as top coat

I’ve colored the propeller with silver distress paint and added glossy accent as topcoat on it:

Well, as soon it would be the 14th of February my last project was inspired by the St.Valentines theme: 

Products used:

And some close-ups:

I’ve colored the envelope with white embossing powder

while the embossing powder was still hot I’ve added some glitter on the wings to add some sparkle:

That’s all for today))
Thank you for stopping by!
Have a fabulous day!