First ScRaP CiRcLe shipment has just landed!

Hello everyone! Welcome to our little corner of the web world. Hope you will enjoy and have fun scrapping, especially with our newly-arrived products direct from the U.S!

Check out our newly opened sections of our on-line scrap shop:

Scraps is Scrapcircle’s catalogue of essential limited-stock scrap materials, tools and whathaveyou’s direct from the U.S.! Feel free to browse around and order your choice from us. Click here to check this out!

Scraps-on-a-budget is Scrapcircle’s exciting selection of choice limited-stock items for scrappers who are conscious about their budget. Featuring repacked papers, embellishments and other fun stuff that is totally right for the pocket. Click here to check this out!

Scrapabilities is Scrapcircle’s very own exclusive and unique products designed to make scrapbooking a more personalized affair. Sorry but this section still underdevelopment. Check it out in the future!

Have fun browsing and ordering!

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Tooltally scrappin’ weekend: Stamps

Haven’t posted any reviews on our favorite tools lately.. a bit caught up. For this weekend I’d like to talk about stamps. My favorite are clear stamps (Fancy Pants, Autumn Leaves, Prima, Technique Tuesday, Inkadinkado) simply because it’s easier to position on your pages- no guessing game. 🙂 If I’m not sure how the stamp would fit to my layout, I just put it on the mounting block and put it on top of my layout, that way I know exactly how the outcome would be. Just be careful around pictures specially glossy ones coz it tends to stick and might damage your photos.

It’s also easier to store compared to wood mounted ones. There are some that you can “manipulate”: line of dots can be mounted as curves that sort of thing, so instead of buying one of each you can have both in one stamp. I haven’t explored the cling type. It’s cheaper than the clear ones and easy to store. It looks good specially the ones from Inque and comes in adorable colors. The only draw backs are you can’t manipulate the stamps and although the image is stamped at the back it’s still better to see the clear stamps outcome in your layout than this.

In my stamp stash you’ll find those for journaling, flourishes, a couple of alpha/number sets and those images I can use over and over again. I try to buy those that I get more “mileage” so it’s worth the investment. 🙂

I’m sure you guys will find what suits your needs. In any case you might find stuff around the house that you can use as stamps like this:

This is a coaster I bought on my way to Clark Air Base (departing for Singapore).

I’m using it at my scrap table and while I tinker around I thought it would be cool to use it as a stamp. The image would be the other way around, but that’s what makes it cool!

But if you really want it to come out on the right side, use acetate or any clear plastic and transfer the image to your layout.

Otherwise, you can let it dry and layer the plastic with the stamped image, it’ll add dimension to your layout.

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New samples up!

As we all await the official operation of Scrap Circle, we added two additional sample works for your appreciation. To see these new scrap sightings, just click on the tab above.

Just a sample!

Although out blogsite development is still in progress, we already want to share with you some of our creations. We hope that they inspire you on your next scrapbook project. Click on the “Idea Gallery” now to check them out!

Blogsite development in progress!

Watch out! ScRaP CiRcLe is about to open soon with new creative scraps direct from the US! Log on to this blogsite regularly for more updates!