Editors' Picks: Nov/Dec 2010 Scrapbook Products

by Kim Jackson
Editors' Picks: Nov/Dec 2010 Scrapbook Products

Editors' Picks: Holiday Scrapbook Products

Looking for the latest and greatest products for your holiday scrapbooking? You'll love using these fabulous patterned papers, stamps, stickers, dies, and more to rev up your scrapbook layouts. Check out the following products:

 

Joyful Season 12x12 Scrapbook Layout

Joyful Season by Stephanie Johnston for Stampin' Up! as seen in the November-December 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes.


Letterpress Plates and Sizzix Big Shot

Letterpress Dies

Stampin' Up!

Bring the clean, crisp look of letterpress printing to your scrapbook pages with the new Letterpress dies from Stampin' Up!, created to work with manual, roller die-cutting machines like the Sizzix Big Shot. With beautiful letterpressed accents (in fab holiday designs), your scrapbook pages will have a classic look that you'll still love 20 years from now.

 

Dear Lizzy Christmas Papers

Dear Lizzy Christmas

American Crafts

Whimsical designs and trendy colors will help you bring your Christmas scrapbook pages to life—Dear Lizzy style. From pretty poinsettia stickers to unique trims that will leave you craving more, this collection of scrapbooking products is just the thing for creating lovely layouts from even your most chaotic holiday activities.

 

Oliver papers and stickers

Oliver

BasicGrey

Take BasicGrey's perfectly boyish Oliver line, stir in some holiday photos, and you have the makings for a beautiful holiday scrapbook page with a Scandinavian flair! You'll love the versatility in this fabulous collection of scrapbooking products—you'll be able to complete pages about your sons (of all ages) and your holiday celebrations all with one set of paper and stickers.

 

Documentary papers and journaling cards

Documentary

Studio Calico

Even if there are no woods or rivers involved in your holiday travels this year, you'll have a fabulous time scrapbooking your journey using Studio Calico's stunning Documentary collection. With old-fashioned camera rub-ons to map- and film-themed fabric strips, your "Lost Luggage" pages will look quite lovely.

Look for more creative papers, stickers, and more to inspire your holiday scrapbooking in the November/December issue of Creating Keepsakes. And if you're looking to spice up your everyday scrapbooking, check out these cool products!

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November/December 2010

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