Friday, April 30, 2010

Bunny Hop; Day Two

Welcome to day two of our two day Bunny Hop featuring Bo Bunny and SRM Stickers! Please refer to yesterday's post (scroll down) for the details. We're giving away prizes for each day of the Hop. Winners will be announced on Tuesday!

Today's blogs are;


And return here to SRM Stickers to let us know you've completed today's Bunny Hop!

As you know, we're also hosting a sketch card challenge. The talented Heidi Van Laar provided us with this fabulous sketch to work with;

As promised, here are sketch cards from the SRM Design Team!

by Raechelle:

by Norma:

by Jing-Jing:

by Jen M.:

by Deana:

by Carole:

by Jenyfur:

Be sure to link us to YOUR sketch interpretation in yesterday's post for another chance to win!

Psst... There's a secret phrase on one of today's blogs. Grab it and email me with it ( for yet ANOTHER chance to win a SRM Stickers Prize Package!


Thursday, April 29, 2010

Bunny Hop; Day ONE

Welcome to day one of our two-day Bunny Hop! The SRM Designers were treated to beautiful new Bo Bunny collections, Flower Child and Jazmyne, to combine with SRM Stickers. We have some extraordinary Summer-themed project for you! So, sit for a spell, and hop along for a chance to win a SRM Stickers Prize Package. We'll be choosing a random Hopper from each day, to receive prizes.

You'll be seeing a lot of SRM's Summer themed stickers (click to purchase);

Day One Blogs;

Jen M.

Then return here to let us know you've completed the Hop! Just leave a message in the comments section of this post.

We just couldn't do a blog hop with a challenge, right -- another chance to win a SRM Prize Package! Create a *new* card based upon this wonderful sketch by Heidi Van Laar. Link us to it in the comments section of this post by Sunday May 2nd at Midnight PST, for another chance to win!

Tomorrow I'll be showing the SRM Designers' interpretations of the sketch and providing you with another list of blogs to visit. See you then!


Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Day Three with Write. Click. Scrapbook.

How much fun has this week been, and it's only Wednesday! Sadly, though, it's our last day with Guest Bloggers from Write. Click. Scrapbook. Today I'm featuring projects by Elizabeth and Melissa...another collection of simply beautiful projects, incorporating SRM Stickers.

Elizabeth Dillow is a co-founder of Write. Click. Scrapbook. She is also a lifelong photographer and paper-products lover who teaches scrapbook classes online at Big Picture Scrapbooking and photography workshops locally. She is a former contributing editor and writer for Simple Scrapbooks magazine and is the author of The Scrapbooker's Almanac. She married her high school/college sweetheart Matt in 1995 and has three girls—Madeline (7.5), Grace (5), and Bridget (2.5)—all beautiful, sweet, and loud. Click HERE to visit her blog!


Melissa Kaiserman is always creating, even if it's just in her head. She loves scrapbooking, paper crafting, perfecting cookie recipes, and giving a new face or purpose to thrift store and garage sale finds. Melissa has been married to Dave for almost 13 years and loves being home with their daughter and three sons in Eastern Washington. You can find her sharing projects and life in general at her BLOG.

All of us at SRM Stickers would like to thank Write. Click. Scrapbook. and their Designers for an amazing three days of beautiful inspiration. We hope you enjoyed their stay as much as we did. Be sure to pop over to WCS to see what SRM Designers have done over there!

Don't go far, our two-day Bunny Hop begins tomorrow! You'll be hopping along to our Designer Blogs to view what we've done with Bo Bunny and SRM Stickers. Of course we'll be giving away prizes, hosting a card challenge, and throwing in a few surprises. See you tomorrow...


Tuesday, April 27, 2010

More treats from Write.Click.Scrapbook

Welcome back! Today brings more projects from the talented Designers at Write.Click.Scrapbook. Their fresh and original styles have made SRM Stickers shine! Just take a look...

As a third grader, Emily Pitts aspired to be a bulletin board designer for elementary school teachers. When she learned that such a career was not really plausible, she was crushed. Years later, when she discovered scrapbooking, she realized it might just be the fulfillment of her childhood dreams. Emily lives a mile high in beautiful Denver, Colorado, enjoying the 300 days of sunshine for which the Rocky Mountains are known. She is married to her perfect match, Kelly, who is patient very patient with her need to create and take photos. They have two near perfect children, Annie (15) and Ethan (12). Together, they provide endless inspiration for Emily’s scrapbooking needs. Influenced by collage artists of late, Emily hopes her style would be described as handmade and fun, she likes to hand-cut things and use stitching in her designs. She’s been published in various scrapbook magazines worldwide, and has the pleasure of writing a regular column on trends for Scrapbook and Cards Today. She also happily designs for Studio Calico–a kit club and manufacturer, and the online inspiration collective, Write. Click. Scrapbook. So while bulletin boards are no longer her genre of choice, she has found her place in the world of design.


With three kids who say wacky things, strike poses when a camera is within a half mile radius, and fill her schedule and her heart, how could she not scrapbook? Marnie Flores has been scrapbooking since patterned paper was sold in 8.5x11 inch options, film was still necessary, and cutting edge was using a computer font! Bright colors, happy giggles, and bits of love are often found on her pages; white cardstock, patterned paper, and buttons are her mainstays.


Moon Ko is a wife to one, a sister to two and a mother to three. She is a scrapbooker and a professional photographer who currently resides in Central Kentucky. Moon is a wife to one, a sister to two and a mother to three. She is a scrapbooker and a professional photographer who currently resides in Central Kentucky.

Don't miss tomorrow's post as I bring you even more from this amazing group of artists. If you have a minute, be sure to stop by Rebecca Cooper's BLOG, to take a look at her insightful and informative post about her new-found scrapbooking process as her family as grown. Have a crafty day!


Monday, April 26, 2010

Blog Exchange with Write.Click.Scrapbook.

Welcome to another inspirational week at SRM Stickers. For the next three days I'll be showcasing projects created by the Team at Write. Click. Scrapbook as we exchange blogs! The Designers at WCS created wonderful items using SRM Stickers. You'll also find projects by the SRM Design Team at WCS, so be sure to bounce over there and take a look!

First, a little about Write. Click. Scrapbook;

Write. Click. Scrapbook. was founded through the collaborative efforts of Tina Cockburn, Marnie Flores and Elizabeth Dillow. In early 2009 when the magazine they had been working for ceased publication, these three friends knew there was an opportunity to nurture and support the scrapbooking philosophy that had changed their lives and their storytelling—and to nurture and support the relationships that had formed among the magazine's contributors and with the magazine's readers.

At WCS you'll find some of the scrapbook designers, writers and photographers who have inspired you over the years, together in one place. Our collective mission is to inspire and inform our readers so that creating beautiful, meaningful scrapbooks and memory projects is, once again, something we can do together.

Please welcome today's Write. Click. Scrapbook Designers...

Beth Proudfoot is a New Jersey mom and chauffeur to three busy kids, Jack, Sam and Kate. She harbors a deep appreciation for Dove dark chocolate, vanilla soft serve with rainbow sprinkles and her elliptical machine. Beth is also an avid reader and slightly obsessed with home organization. She is a member of the American Crafts design team as well as the Write.Click.Scrapbook collective. You can read more from Beth on her BLOG.


Ann Costen lives in beautiful Ontario with her husband and their two kids. She is a full-time IT project manager, part-time homeschooling mom, and nighttime scrapbooker. In her "spare" time, she enjoys watching movies, learning about photography, growing her vegetable garden, and sewing. She has been published in Simple Scrapbooks, Scrapbooks Etc., Digital Scrapbooking, Scrapbook and Cards Today, and Memory Makers magazine.


Cheryl Overton is a mostly stay-at-home mom to two rowdy and usually sweet little boys, Jake (10 3/4) and Lucas (8 1/2). She is married to her very own carpenter/cable guy which keeps her both in a constant state of moving and gives her internet and cable access in every corner of every house they live in. She started scrapbooking at a Creative Memories party that a good friend dragged her to in 1998 and her previous cries of "I'm NOT crafty" were replaced with surprised murmurs of "hey...look at all the stuff" and "wow, maybe I am a little crafty." She has been published in Creating Keepsakes, Memory Makers, Paperkuts (remember that one?), Scrapbook Trends, Scrapbooks Etc. and had the great pleasure of working with the lovely Simple Scrapbooks staff first as a Simple Gal and then later as a contributing editor. Cheryl worked at her local scrapbook store, Memories & More, for four years and still currently teaches the odd class there. Presently, she is working part-time as a closet designer for a custom cabinetry business and two years ago started a Home & Life organizing business with the very friend who dragged her to her first Creative Memories party so many years ago.

Join us tomorrow for even more from the WCS Team!