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November's Free Calendar, Free Halloween Printables and Autumn Decor Ideas

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Howdy, happy hybriders!

Look at me all early with yet another calendar. Whoo hoo!  Hehehe...I'm still using the lovely goodies from Throwing Some Scraps Around.  Continue reading to find out more about this lovely kit, see a new kit from TSSA and check out our round up of free printables for Halloween.  They might come in handy in the next few days.


Free Calendar, right click and save to your downloads
Jodi is such a doll for providing us with all of this year's free calendars.  I will have calendars again for next year and all with a nifty twist and super, free mini scrapbooking kits for newsletter subscribers.  Make sure you are following us everywhere so you don't miss out on our spoiling of the fans.  Hehehe...You will only get one chance to grab our free mini's and then they are going into the shop.  Sign up on the blog or on our Facebook Page.
This kit is called Celebrate Our Love.  You can find it in Jodi's shop along with a lot of other gorgeous goodies.
Hallowe…

Cutting Edge Scrapbooking Templates and a Festive Free Halloween Quick Page

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Welcome to The Cherry On Top.

I've got yet another blog packed full of gorgeous inspiration with our newest templates from my totally awesome Creative Team, a few new releases from some of my favourite designers, a great freebie and my two pages from the third round of the Layout Artist competition at the Digital Scrapbooking Studio.

Dive into today's creative crazy blog!

Flourish Templates #1, #2 and #3
How'z about those new templates, huh?  Pretty amazing and different, right?  I layered like crazy when it came to those edges and scatter and splatter.  Pain stakingly detailed so you don't have to do all of the work.  It's been done for you!  I scrapped all of these templates, as you will see further down the blog and I was so pleased how easy and fast my pages were scrapped.  That is the point of templates, in my mind at least, yet sometimes I can take forever to scrap a page with templates, but not these.  You've got to give them a try and see just how gorge…

Simple Scrapbooking Pages Album Continued

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Welcome To The Cherry On Top.
I surly hope you all are not nearly as bad as I am when it comes to finishing up projects.  I'm sitting on quite a few unfinished projects, but slowly, they are getting wrapped up.  Like this one.  All I need to do is the cover and inside cover page and it's finally finished.
I've got several other entries for this project.  Click here to see more step by steps for these pages.
I'm using Barista from Basic Grey for most of the album.  The chipboard album is from Maya Road and I can say this about this particular chipboard book, it's awesome.  One main reason I do not use liquid glue is because it wrinkles your paper, which isn't a big deal because you can flatten it once it dries, but with this book, wrinkling is not an issue.  I love that!  Scrapbook.com has SO many albums to choose from.  I dare you stop at just one!  Hehehe...

Let me explain a few things about the image, above.  It's matted in a coordinating paper to match with …

Hybrid Scrapbooking With Lissy Kay Designs and Echo Park

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Howdy, Happy Hybriders!
Today, I'm wrapping up the digital to traditional to hybrid challenge we started a couple of weeks ago.  I strongly feel it essential to mingle all three forms of scrapbooking to give you the edge to the best projects.  I'll show ya what we've got so far for this particular challenge.  We've got others and have some in the future planned, too.
Check out how we took this digital page and bought it to a hybrid one using the Happy Days collection from Lori Whitlock and Echo Park.  Here is the first part of the tutorial.Here is the second part if you want to do this totally traditionally.
The PuurFect Scrapbooking Kit from The Cherry On Top and template from Lissy Kay
Here ya get a look at the collection I'm using.  Are you like me and always use the packaging?  I found the packaging for today's project better than the goodies inside.  They were not only smaller and fit better on my page, but the colours were different and worked better as well.