I'm mostly a single page scrapper, but I've recently starting creating double page layouts and I've converted them into Fuss Free: Double Time 5 and Fuss Free: Double Time 6. They are a handy tool to have in your stash to help create coordinated albums quickly. Yet because I'm still a single page scrapper at heart, I've also made these into 12x12 versions so that you can mix and match to create different combinations of double page templates, or you can just use them as single layouts as well!
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It's official! Iron Scrapper is here! We're back with more amazing prizes and fun kits to help you scrap more memories! You can read all the rules and information here. Remember that you can join in at any time. Only one point can enter you into the random drawing. More points give you more chances to win.
This year our theme is once again focused on decades of music. We will have a collection of products each week that coordinate and you can pick and choose the product/theme that you want to use! If you purchase 4 or more products, you will receive a 50% discount on the Iron Scrapper Weekly Collection Products AND you will also receive a Free with Purchase Bonus that coordinates with the collections and will stretch your scrapping stash!
Here's Week Three:
Here's a peek at the Free with Purchase:
To see all these products, click on this image in the left sidebar in the Scrap Orchard Market:
For this third week, we are featuring songs from the 1980's and 1990's. I have two double template packs for you. Keep reading to find out why I chose my songs for this week, and get a closer look at my Iron Scrapper Weekly Collection Products!
I chose "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell from the 1980's. I thought this was the coolest sounding song when I was in middle school. I remember going to the skating rink with my cousins and this song playing. Whenever I hear the song now, I can still smell how the skating rink smelled, I can still see the disco lights, and I can still feel hanging onto the wall carpet when I first would go out onto the rink until I got my "skating legs." I didn't know until adulthood that it was actually a remake from a 1960's song! I love both versions, but this version will always be my favorite.
I chose "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston from the 1990's. I loved the original song performed by Dolly Parton, but was a huge Whitney Houston fan during my teens. It was no surprise that the movie "The Bodyguard" came out in the early 1990's, that I loved how Whitney performed it. I'm still a sucker for the original though, and will go back and listen to it after I listen to Whitney singing her heart out. The song just breaks my heart, but in a good way. Know what I mean?
Join us on Wednesday, July 22nd at 10 PM EST for our Reveal Chat - Week 4. I will give you the SCOOP on the Weekly Challenges and Products. You’ll also be able to watch Chelle of Chelle's Creations scrap a challenge layout using the coordinating Iron Scrapper products!
Don't forget to join our monthly challenges that are still going on during Iron Scrapper! Each challenge you participate in earns you points, and the more points you collect, the larger the discount coupon you can earn (up to 35%). Also, one randomly selected challenge participant will get their challenge layouts for the month printed at Persnickety Prints!
I've been recording my scrapping process as I create digital layouts. Click on this image for inspiration in action!