New Customer Service Email Address

Hey fans,

You may or may not have noticed, but we’ve changed the main email for our customer service department. Worried we didn’t get the email you just sent? Fear not — every previous email address you’ve used will still come to us. To contact us in the future regarding customer orders please use the email address or use the contact form here.

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*sending joy*

Crafty Mason Jars | Studio Calico State Fair

I’ll admit it. I love going to the Utah State Fair. I love entering my scrapbooking pages and other crafty projects and then go to the fair with my family each opening night to see if any of my creations have been awarded ribbons. I love looking at the needlework and the quilting, as those are two talents which seemed to have been eliminated from my crafty soul. I was so excited when I found out that we’d be featuring today’s steal, the Studio Calico, State Fair collection as it instantly made me start thinking of the excitement which lays ahead in a mere two weeks!

As I sat contemplating what I would like to do with the collection I thought about the gorgeous quilts at the fair and how once upon a time that was the social networking of many women, to sit around and create quilts together. I love how scrapbooking has become the modern woman’s “quilting guild,” and thought it would be fun to have a few crafty friends over to do some altering.

I rumaged through my pantry and pulled out a variety of cans, containers and canning jars, set out the papers and turned everyone lose to create whatever they’d like.

It was so fun watching the different styles come out in the creative process and having some grown up mommy time while the little ones had fun playing.

It was a lot of fun to see the different interpretations of altered containers.

And it was most definitely a day that rejuvenated my entire being! Now the countdown is on for the Utah State Fair, and the next time I can hang out with my crafty girls again.

Hope you have a great weekend.

American Crafts Campy Trails | Mid Week Mojo

Topaz Club — Layout 5

Good morning everyone! Happy Wednesday to you. I’m so excited about today’s Mid Week Mojo sketch, mainly because I was soooo excited to use today’s steal, the American Crafts Campy Trails collection. Here’s a little fact about me. I pretty much detest camping. Now once upon a time I loved it (think childhood), but now not so much (think what kind of a vacation is camping when you’re the mom.  Oh yeah.  It’s not.) However I was giddy when I knew I’d be using today’s steal to create this week’s Mid Week Mojo. The colors and the designs of paper are simply divine! And there’s no need to be a camper, lthough if you are double bonus because camping papers don’t get any cuter than this! These papers are fantastic for a huge amount of things.

I wasn’t quite sure where this week’s sketch would lead but knew I wanted to have the opportunity to mix up the patterns, so there are a lot of layers and additions to make use of lots of patterns.

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I’m also a full-blown Thickers addict. I simply love the ease of Thickers and the cute factor of the two sets included in today’s steal is off the charts.

I was so inspired by Melissa Dehne’s flower tutorial on yesterday’s How To’sday post that I decided to add one to my Mid Week Mojo. I think it was the perfect touch!

Hooray for another week of Mojo-ing! Participation has been outstanding and it’s been a true treat to see all of the different creations. Our random prize winner for this week is Charity Hotrum-Becker! Charity’s layouts are always a true artistic delight.

Charity, if you’ll please send your address to, we will be happy to send a prize out to you.

As far as this week goes, be sure to have this week’s layout created, posted and linked to this blog no later than Monday, August 29th at 11:59 PM MST.

For any of you that have questions regarding Mid Week Mojo you can check out all of the rules and details here. Also, as we continue week to week, bookmark this page for your quick reference to Mid Week Mojo links.

Have a very happy Wednesday!

How To’sday | Large Paper Flowers by Melissa Dehne

How To’sday | Large Paper Flowers by Melissa Dehne

Happy How To’sday! It’s that fantastic time of week when we are treated to a fun tutorial from one of you. This week we are treated to a tutorial on making large paper flowers by Melissa Dehne.

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Thanks for letting me share with you today.  For today’s How To’sday, I will be showing you how to make large paper flowers.  The best part about these flowers is the fact that you can really use your imagination to create some beautiful, colorful additions to your cards and layouts.  Plus, with just three supplies, you can make them anywhere.


-5 or 6 large circles
-Hot glue gun
-Large button

Step 1. Punch or cut 5 to 6 large circles (mine are 1/1/2 inches)

Step 2. Take the bottom of each circle and pull the bottom together so it overlaps.  (You may want to practice this part first!)

Step 3. Place a dot of hot glue in the fold and hold together until secure.

Step 4. Continue to do the same thing with each of the circles.  These will become the petals of your flower.

Step 5. Arrange the petals around a slightly smaller circle of the same general color.  My smaller circle is 1 1/4 inch.

Step 6. Once arranged, hot glue the petals onto the smaller circle.

Step 7. Place hot glue or a glue dot to the back of a button and press into the center.

Step 8. Finished product should look something like this.  Play around with how many petals you use, vary the color of the petals, or play with what to put in the center.

Here is a sample that I made using six petals and a large brad in the center.

I hope that these flowers can bring a little beauty to your day!

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Thank you Melissa for your tutorial! What a great way to customize some flowers for your paper creations.

If you have a great idea that you would like to see featured on our How To’sday, please send them to

Be sure to check in tomorrow for our next Mid Week Mojo and to find out if  you are our lucky random weekly winner.

Pebbles Mr. and Mrs. | Monday Card Madness #46

Happy Monday everyone! Today I have a very special treat for you. Today’s cards are being brought to us by the crafty co-worker of mine, Brittany Perry. When she asked what she would be working with and I told her about today’s steal the Pebbles Mr. and Mrs. Collection, she was pretty excited as she had making wedding cards on her list of to-dos anyway.

I think you’ll agree that Brittany’s card sketch is nothing short of amazing.

Brittany absolutely spoiled us by creating four different cards with her sketch using today’s steal. She did a great job showcasing all of the wonderful embellishments included in today’s kit.

Thank you Brittany for treating us to a unique and fun sketch and showcasing what you can create based off of it! I think we need to be seeing more of your card sketches in the future.

Don’t forget to keep posting your Monday Card Madness creations to our Facebook fan page or your own personal blog.  Leave a link here on our blog for the August cards by Friday September 2nd at 11:59pm MST in order to be eligible for our monthly drawing.

If you haven’t heard we are in the middle of our third ScrapbookSteals card swap.  It’s not too late to jump in and participate. If you’ve missed the details, here they are:

  • Create 10 cards. They can all be the same or each can be different.
  • All cards must include an envelope.
  • Cards must be received to the ScrapbookSteals warehouse by August 31st. (ScrapbookSteals, Attn: Card Swap, 2181 California, #400, SLC, UT  84104)
  • Once your cards have been sent in the mail, please send me an email to, to let me know that I need to be on the lookout for your amazing creations. I will then randomly re-distribute the cards and mail back 10 different cards to each participant.

I hope you all have a fantastic day! Be sure to check in tomorrow for a fun How To’sday tutorial by Melissa Dehne on creating large paper flowers.