Friday, August 28, 2015

Back to Basics: Round Shapes - A Freebie Friday!

Happy Friday!
You know what it means to be Friday, right?!
It is Freebie Friday in the Bugaboo Stamps Store
What a great way to start the weekend! We hope this week's free image can add a little mojo to your mood and give you something to work with! 
This week's freebie is the 
Mildred - Round Shape image!
How's that for 'shape'? lol!

Check out these creations from some of our DT using this weeks FREEBIE image! 
Please click on their name to hop over to their blog where you can leave them some love! They sure do appreciate it when you stop by to visit!

Billie A

Want MORE Bugaboo?!?!

Pick up a FREE Bugaboo image every Friday by going to the Bugaboo Stamps Store! You can click on the "Freebies" link in the "Products" column that is in the left sidebar, 
or simply click HERE.  Make sure to check out the sales, and the *NEW* section while you're there! Check back here every Saturday to enter our weekly challenge for chances to WIN Bugaboo Stamps images!

Hurry over to The Bugaboo Stamps Store and add today's freebie to your collection!
Happy Craftin'!

Please note: Bugaboo makes every attempt to have our new images and freebies available in the store by 7am; however, sometimes life 'gets in the way', so please check back later if the new freebie is not visible when you check for it! Thank you for your understanding!

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Oldie But Goodie Thursday!

Happy Oldie But Goodie Thursday!
Oldies But Goodies!
We've got lots of our favorite Oldies for you today.  I even said a FEW times, "Gosh, I forgot about THAT one!"  You'll probably be saying the same thing!

Freebie Every Friday!
Be sure to check back tomorrow when Jodie posts the Friday Freebie and all the adorable projects our designers whipped up using it!

Hugs & Happy Days!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


As it's the last Wednesday of the month, you're in for a treat!

Today is Tutorial Wednesday, and Lillian, one of our talented Guest Designers, is sharing a refreshing look at using washi tape on your projects.

Washi 和紙 is a style of Japanese paper tape that started in Japan but manufacturing has now spread throughout the world. Washi tape is commonly made using fibers from the bark of the gampi tree, the mitsumata shrub (Edgeworthia papyrifera), or the paper mulberry, but it's most commonly made using bamboo, hemp, rice, and wheat. Washi comes from wa meaning Japanese and shi meaning paper, and the term is used to describe paper made in the traditional manner, regardless of where it’s manufactured.

 Lillian features the Bugaboo image, Cute Puppy, on her stationery set.

Click HERE to link to Lillian's blog to get the whole tutorial.

Keep Crafting!