Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Tips, Tricks and Techniques with Cara

Cara here today to bring you a new washi tape technique...if you've been following SEM long, you may already know I have a serious "thing" for washi.  I'm always looking for new ideas on how to use my ever-growing supply. And I found this fabulous new idea on to get printed words on your washi tape.

The original post and photos are from Kimbo at A Girl and a Gluegun blog. 

First you print out different words and sayings in different fonts on a piece of paper on your computer.

Then you lay your washi tape (you want light colors and not too much pattern) over the printed words.

Then you pull up the tape...and viola, it's printed because the ink sticks to it. 

Now, use the tape for all sorts of fun crafting (cards, scrapbooking, etc).

Hope you enjoy this fun new technique!

Friday, March 13, 2015


I am so sorry that this has taken so long.  I had a minor accident that has kept me from getting out to take care of this at the library. But...I finally figured out what I could do from home on my son's laptop so without further ado...our February winners! 

Our top 3 in numerical order by DT selection are:

#7 Linda Harvey

#8 Beverly Jordan

#10 Karla Yungwirth

Please grab this button for your blog!

and our prize winner selected by is #9
W2 Wendy
Facebook message to
Paula McLane Jennings
Put SEM Feb Winner in the Subject line 

and here is a blog button for you!

Don't forget to play in our wonderful new challenges going on until March 31!

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

In The Word Wednesday

Hi everyone...Debbie here today with In The Word Wednesday.
I have been doing some personal reflecting on following Jesus more and more in my life.  I read this devotional in Fixing My Eyes on Jesus by Anne Graham Lotz that really spoke to me, and I wanted to share it with you.

I am the vine; you are the branches. 
Those who remain in Me, and I in them,
will produce much fruit.
For apart from Me you can do nothing.
John 15:5 (NLT)

The branches of a vine live by just remaining connected to the vine.  Permanently. Consistently.  They simply rest in their position, allowing the sap of the vine to flow freely through them.  There's no effort. The fruit is produced by the life-giving sap inside.
When you're completely connected to Christ, His Spirit flows through every part of you - your mind, your will, your emotions, your words, and your deeds.
The fruit that you then bear is produced by His Spirit in you.  It's not produced by any conscious effort of your own.
If you want to be fruitful, concentrate on your personal relationship with Jesus Christ!  Be filled with the Spirit.

It's so easy to be side tracked by the world we live in and the things that are going on around us...things that are happening in our lives.
I know for me, if I would just remain in Him and let Him direct and lead me, I would be so much better off.   I want to be more and more committed and daily remain in Him...making a conscience effort to focus my eyes and attention on Him - not on what is going on in my life!


Sunday, March 1, 2015


Welcome to a new month here at Scrapping Everyday Miracles!  It is still feeling like winter here in Delaware but I know that with March here Spring is right around the corner.  And I love spring!

We have 3 new challenges for you today...a layout sketch, a card sketch and some scripture inspiration.

First up is our layout sketch -



The card sketch -
And our Scripture Inspiration from Ezekial 18:32 -

I am looking forward to seeing what all of you will create using any or all of these for inspiration!  Don't forget there will be an awesome prize for one of our creative members!
 Also - in order for the DT to visit your page and comment on your awesome creations you need to use the link to your blog or the Facebook/other page that your creation can be viewed on.  Please use the link directly to your creation not just to your blog.  Thank you!