Sneak Peek Warehouse Box



Here’s a sneak peek at some of the warehouse boxes that are part of our Fall Warehouse Box Clearance Sale! For just $38 bucks, you’ll get a $120 box of BasicGrey scrappy goodness! Shop now HERE!


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Unique letter sticker technique with Kim Price



Hello everyone, it’s Kim again today with a layout I’ve created using the new Vivienne collection. I wanted to use the Vivienne Alphabet Stickers in a unique way, so rather than peel the letters off one by one to use them on my page I decided instead to use the waste to add instant color, texture and design! Yes, I’m scrambling through all my old BasicGrey collections too now looking for more alpha sheets – this is such a cool way to use them – I just love this idea!

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Here is a closer look at some of the detail including that gorgeous printed acetate frame overlapping my photograph.


Another thing I like to do with my BasicGrey collections is to include the packaging on my pages. The designs are always so pretty and match each collection perfectly so it seems a shame to let it all go to waste. In this photograph you can see I’ve used a Vivienne package tab peeking out from behind my layers.

Lastly here’s another look at that funky alpha sticker background idea. I’ve not particularly worried about neatly trimmed edges, instead opting to tear my alpha waste for a jagged and tattered edge which really helps to give the overall layout a more casual feel.


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Pushing Pixels with Mary Rogers



Mary Rogers: As I prepared my list of layouts I wanted to complete this week, I was reminded that I still needed to create something celebrating Lauren and Kelly’s Engagement Shoot. I usually scrapbook this way, find a photo that I love, and then go through my digital stash and see what

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A Classic black & white photo works with most kit themes, but what would work for them and really tell their story? The obvious answer to me was the BasicGrey “Clippings” Complete Collection. The background paper set the foundation for my layout. I resized my photo and placed it on the Polaroid, then started building and adding elements. I also wanted to include the To Do Journaling card, but tuck it under the photo and frame. That would be hard to do when the frame is already part of the paper and not on a separate layer. To solve that, after placing the To Do Journaling card, I opened the Patterned Paper 2_9 and cut the frame out. I placed it in the layer above the To Do element, right on top of the existing frame, and then moved my photo layer. That way I was still able to using the card on an existing paper in the order that I wanted it, but keep the overall affect.


Clipping and cutting frames, cards and elements from papers is one of the great benefits of Digital Scrapbooking — you can always make it your own. I then placed additional elements, changed out the ribbons on the bottom and then added my journaling.

Check out the digital Clippings collection at Snap.Click.Supply!

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