Gratitude, Gold & Simple Scrapbooking found in the November 2014 issue!
Yes, you heard correctly, the November 2014 issue is now available. And this issue is packed with projects you’ll have fun making and will make you grateful for paper crafting. So let’s take a quick look at a few things you’ll find in this issue.
The Attitude of Gratitude
The Thanksgiving season often has us reflecting on what we are grateful for so we’ve included a selection of projects that you can use to express your gratitude throughout the year. Some use traditional fall colors and icons while others are non-seasonal. Chan Vuong created her So Very Thankful card using a gorgeous color combination you can use any time of year.
With so many photographs to scrapbook we’re often looking for uncomplicated ways to record those memories. We’re going to show you that scrapbooking doesn’t have to be time-consuming or complicated with tips and ideas from a variety of layouts. Latrice Murphy used stickers for the journaling and title, die cuts for accents, and coordinating product for her Once Upon a Fall layout. All these items allowed her to create a simple layout that captured the essence of time spent with her daughter.
Add some extra elegance to your projects with a bit of gold! The projects in this section include gold leaf, metallic paper, shiny markers, and gorgeous accents. Amy Ryall showed how die-cutting beautiful, gold papers in trendy hexagon shapes combined with a brush font make a stunning card, as visible in her Golden Hexagon card.
In addition, you’ll find art deco designs, easy and creative ways to add mixed media to your creations, an inspiring sketch, and phone apps to make the most of your photos. If you’re a subscriber, you can read the November issue now on your computer or using the iOS app. If you don’t subscribe, purchase a copy today with the same options for reading (on your computer or using the iOS app).
We hope you love this issue as much as we loved putting it together! Happy reading!