Saturday, April 30, 2011

Here we come ....

The Great Lakes Mega Meet is coming to Novi May 5-7.

Scrap Tales will be there, of course, offering quite a few product lines including Creative Imaginations, Northwoods Rubber Stamps, Stampavie Stamps, Stampscapes and Silhouette America.

Laura will be offering demos of many of the products throughout the weekend and I'll be in the booth Friday and Saturday mornings, so be sure to stop by and say hi. We'll be in booth #435.

During the event, there will also be on-site album embossing, demonstrations, make and takes and so much more. You can crop during the day (for free), shop until you drop, enjoy refreshments, take photos of sample projects, get lots of ideas and so much more. It isn't to be missed!

For complete details, visit the official website, here.

You'll find discount coupons, information on classes (you can buy your tickets when you get there, as long as seats remain), special offers and more on the Mega Meet website.

See you there!

Thursday, April 28, 2011

A mini album for a little one

Jamie has been busy again creating this adorable mini album with Creative Imaginations papers.

Click on the images for a closer look.
or visit Jamie's blog at for details.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

We're on YouTube!


Jessica is going to make us famous with our own YouTube Channel.

She plans to post a new video featuring techniques, giveaways, new products and more.

Hop on over to the Scrap Tales YouTube Channel and check it out.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Oh Sweet Baby

Jamie has been working with the Lullaby Baby Boy line from Creative Imaginations. Here are a few of her creations ...

Visit Jaimie's blog for details ...

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Giveaway continues

Tell your friends ... we still have this great stamp set to give away.

All you have to do to enter is sign up to follow our blog. When we get 50 followers, we'll choose one and send this great set of stamps designed by Leere Aldrich for Stampavie.

Aren't they adorable? Stampavie always make high-quality clear stamps that produce crystal clear images and are beautiful colored with Copic markers. Plus, they are made in the USA!

Right now, we have 36 followers.  When we get to 50, we'll choose one randomly to receive this special gift.

So, tell all of your friends, spread the word on Facebook and if you read the blog, but aren't signed up as a follower, be sure to sign up. Good luck!

From Heather

Design team member Heather created this amazing page. You can find the directions on her blog.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Accu-Cut Gifts

Did you know that Scrap Tales has a HUGE Accu-Cut die center?

There are envelopes and cards, boxes, frames, mini albums, alphabets and much, much more. All are available for your use at no charge -- as long as you buy your paper at Scrap Tales.

Accu-Cut dies can cut through chipboard, grungeboard, shrink plastic and multiple sheets of cardstock.

Here is one of the projects Candy recently created ...

The chipboard letters are from Maya Road. The dog tags are made with a QuicKutz (Now Lifestyle Crafts) die and metal adhesive paper, cardstock and Alcohol Ink. The stars are made with cardstock, a gold Paint Dabber and a QuicKutz die. The paper is from Creative Imaginations and the doily inside (under the cookies) is from Little Yellow Bicycle. It is all held together with Glue Dots.

The sample, minus the cookies, will be in the store soon ...

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Gone Fishing

Jess, one of our design team members, created this beautiful layout using the TPC Studio's Reel Me In collection.

The alphabet letters are from My Mind's Eye.
Techniques she used were stitching, computer journaling and edge distressing

Sunday, April 3, 2011

The First 18

Candy created this page with Core'dinations cardstock and new products from Tim Holtz. Find out how she did it on her blog at