The International Scrapbook Garden


Christmas Card

The Garden Kit, Scrapbook Kits, LemoncraftTracie ShumanComment

Hello Isbg fans!

Noilone here with you today.
I will show you a Christmas card I made with paper from the Sunkissed Kit.

So it´s not traditional Christmas paper but it turned out so great at the end.

I didn't have any Christmas decorations from Sunkissed because Sunkissed is summer-themed so I used some Christmas dies I had at home .


 Here is a close up of the lovely green papers from the Sunkissed kit.


 Here is the inside.


Very quick and easy Christmas card.

Don't forget to join us in ISBG´s Facebook group.

Hugs from Sweden!



Fairy Garden Kit, Lemoncraft, Scrapberry's, Scrapbook Kits, KaisercraftTracie ShumanComment

Hello,  Marianne here. Today I will show you a box card I made
 with leftover paper from The Picnic in the Garden kit.

The paper is soo lovely in this kit and it is soo easy to find paper to match each other.
I found this tutorial here and I hope you will try it yourself. 


This is how it looks like when it´s closed. 


Almost open


Here it is open and you can see it´s like a box when you pull it out.
You can pull it out a little more than I have done, it´s just because I have to hold the camera. 


I have put some tags inside the boxcard. 


This is all for me today. I hope you will have a wonderful time. 

Hope to see you again soon! 
Hugs from a rainy Sweden. 

When You Love and Laugh Card

Kaisercraft, Lemoncraft, Scrapbook Kits, The Garden KitTracie ShumanComment

The fall kits are coming! The fall kits are coming!

Laurie here, and I am so excited about the fall kits, but I still have a project to share with you using my Garden Sunkissed kit


While cutting all of the paper flowers for this card, I was reminded of the paper garden on the walls of Mrs. Threadgoode's room in the movie Fried Green Tomatoes. There's no real good quote from the movie about it, but I was just reminded of that scene in the movie and the movie itself. I love that movie.


I made this card to send to my aunt, so I wrote on the inside of the card BEFORE I adhered everything to the back. It made writing so much easier. Ha ha! I hope my aunt likes it. Of course, the card was too big to fit into a standard envelope. I should have thought about that before designing it, but oh well. It was totally worth it!


I used the Kaisercraft butterfly stamp and the Lemoncraft paperribbon, and ephemera cards. From my own stash I used a Stampin' Up stamp pad and some gem embellishments.


I also used my Martha Stewart scoring board to help me fold the paper in straight lines and create the gate-fold card opening.

Thanks for looking and have a beautiful day!