It's the last day of the party. We hope that you have been inspired this week. Today we are sharing projects from last year from the other members of the design team to give you an insight into the wide variety of projects and styles on offer in Scrap365 Magazine.
Scrap365 is available bi-monthly and is jam-packed with inspiration, techniques and step-by-step tutorials to inspire you. There are clear photographs of all the projects and many detail shots throughout. There are ideas for journaling, making your own embellishments and getting more out of your supplies. The galleries are full of ideas to inspire from the design team and readers from around the world. Scroll down for details of the latest subscription offer.
Here is a taster from the rest of the design team...
Anna Bjorklund has a great way with colour, ink and texture. This fun layout featured in the Shake it Up! challenge, October.
Audrey Tan converted to digital scrapping a few years ago. She has taken her paper skills and successfully applied them to digi as you can see from this layout in the May issue.
Brit Sviggum certainly has a distinctive and innovative style. She often cuts out her photos with such great effect as she did in the June issue.
Emy Buxton is a talented scrapper who also has a keen interest in sewing, contributing to our sister magazine Sewing World. Emy inspired us with this layout in the August issue.
Emilie Chamel uses paints and inks to great effect in her layouts. She loves to stamp and add details. This layout appeared in the Around the World Gallery, July.
Elaine Rolfe has a great mix of styles that she uses creatively on her layouts. She brought eyelets back to life with her article in the July issue.
Gabrielle Polloco has a distinctive style, adding pretty details to her layouts and layering elements together. Gabbi created her own beautiful cameos in the June issue and she shows us how.
Ifa Zainon is fabulous at using white space on her layouts. Her designs always feel fresh with tiny details that keep you looking. This layout includes stitched details in the June Gallery.
Jaine Drake is a very versatile scrapper who also contributes to Craft Stamper and Sewing World This fabulous inspiration journal highlights her mixed-media skills in the November issue.
Katy Fox is of course the Editor for Scrap365 but her keen eye for style and technique is put to good use in all of her projects. Mini books are one of Katy's favourite scrapping projects. This gorgeous mini book appears in the September issue.
Kim Woods always adds lots of detail to her projects and are always embellished with the tiniest of details. This layout appeared in the Inky Gallery, August.
Lisa Saunders adds a flourish of ink and papers to her layouts and books but always colourful and happy. Lisa shows us how to create this flower embellishment in the November issue.
Lousette Ashton loves to stamp and her great eye for balance really shows on all of her layouts. Lousette walked us through the principles of good design in a series from the August to November issues.
Laura McCollough likes to collect her memories of her far flung travels in mini-books and home decor pieces. She shares her stylish mini book in the November issue.
Marsha Valk uses colour confidently and creatively throughout her projects. She shows us how to create these fabulous fabric appliques in the August issue.
Michelle Jackson Mogford isn't afraid to experiment and go out on a limb with her quirky designs. Inspired by a TV advert Michelle created this canvas in the February issue.
Morag Cutts is the assistant Editor of Scrap365 and has a versatile style. She likes to explore and experiment with different techniques. Morag found new ways to use wool in her article in the May issue.
Natalie MacDonald has an eclectic style with fun elements and surprises. This adorable layout features Krylon Webbing in the April issue.
Rachael Elliot certainly has detail and pretty down to a 'T'. Her layouts feature fussy cutting and adorable intricate detail as she demonstrates in this layout in the August issue.
Rebekah Day creates wonderful layouts that are both classic and interesting. She shows us how to create these fabulous paper embellishments on her layout in the July issue.
Sian Fair has a timeless, delicate style and a beautiful sense of balance. This gorgeous layout featured in the August issue.
Tomoko Takahashi always adds such distinctive and wonderful detail to her layouts with layering, flowers and pearls. Tomoko printed her photo on washi paper in the July issue.
Wendy McKee has a wonderful sense of style and colour. In the April issue, Wendy shows us how we can add more photos to layouts whilst keeping a sense of balance and style.
We hope that you've been inspired by the team this week. Why not treat yourself to a copy delivered direct to your door? For a limited period you'll receive two sets of Boutique Buttons from Stash Panache absolutely free when you subscribe! Save 1/3 on back-issues of Scrap365 - just £3 until 31st January saving £1.50 per copy. Just enter BLOGSAVE at the checkout. Remember subscriptions and back issues can be delivered worldwide so visit the Traplet Shop for all the details.
Don't forget that you can still take part in all the prize giveaways! Scroll back through the past week and visit each team member. Collect a letter from their blog - there will be seven in all. Email your 7 letter word to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 27th January. We will draw one lucky winner on Monday 28th January who will win the fabulous new Mini cutter from Provocraft worth £129.
Good luck and thank you for your support. Happy scrapping.
The Scrap365 Team x