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Coupons for ScrapbookingOasis.com

We are pleased to offer two coupons for your shopping convenience!
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Cuttlebug Coupon
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Purchase 20 Cuttlebug Embossing Folders for 10% off your order.
No Discount allowed for: Dollar and Under Bargains, Cricut, Grab Bags, Discount Member, Gift Voucher, Cuttlebug Machine and Pre Order Items
The coupon is worth 10.00% discount against your order
The coupon is valid between 11/30/2007 and 12/03/2007

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The coupon is valid between 11/30/2007 and 12/03/2007



New Scrapbooking Products and More Sale items!

Doodlebug Sugar Coated Brads $3.99 each
Paper House School themed patterned paper $0.60 NOW $0.50
Bazzill Cardstock Grab Bag $5.00 for 15 sheets
Blank Board Books - Purse, Tags, 8x8 and
EK success Circle punch set $24.99 NOW $16.00
Basic Grey - Mellow
Basic Grey Chipboard and Rub Ons
Lots of types of Glue Dots

Grafix Chipboard Sheets
Magic Scraps Scrappy Glue
Sorbet Frosty Flowers
Cuttlebug Embossing Folders
Adhesive Remover
Avery Clear Sticker Paper

Cricut - $199.99 - actual shipping charges apply.

Don't forget about our Memberships
$10 for 10% off your purchases for 1 year*
$20 for 20% off your purchases for 1 year*

*You will be given special pricing for one year from date of purchase. If your order contains other products when purchasing this card you will be refunded the % off from your product purchases. Does not include gift vouchers. NOT to be used in conjunction with other discount codes or for the purchase of gift certificates. This item cannot be discounted in any way. This item does not count towards order total for free shipping. For free shipping to apply your order total must be $100 after discount is taken off. If you place an order using the Free Shipping coupon and your order total does not equal $100 after the discount is taken off; the discount you will receive will be adjusted accordingly.

We have products marked down. Up to 75% off most of the website!


Year End Clearance Sale!

We have put more items on Sale!
Take advantage of these great deals.

Just Cut it Out Paper dolls - Regular $1.85 each Now $0.50!

Mobe' Unmounted Rubber Stamps 50% off

Brass Stencils
Regular $2.50 each Now $1.50 each!

Cricut 33% off

L'il Davis Foam Stamps 40% off!

Paint up to 45% off. That $0.60 or more per bottle!


Cricut and New Items

We are most excited to share our newest product with a great introductory price!
Cricut personal electronic cutter. Introductory price for 1 week only $257.99 (plus applicable taxes) with FREE shipping within Canada (discount for US and international).

We have some new products being added and some products being restocked.


Cuttlebug Embossing Folders

Thing-a-ma-jigs Template

97% Complete Girls Stickers

Aqua Brushes

Ranger Stamp Cleaner

Prima Sorbet Frosty Flowers

Cuttlebug Replacement pads


Basic Grey (more to be added)


Autumn Leaves 2008 Designing With Calendars

Coming Soon

Doodlebug Sugar Coated brads

Blank Board Books

School Papers


Get the Biggest Bang for your Buck!

Right now almost everything in store is 5%-75% off.

And as always Orders over $100 CAD have Free Shipping (within Canada).

Shop Online Today!


New Rub Ons

We have new Basic Grey Rub Ons.
In stock Now!

Check out all our Basic Grey Rub Ons Online


Year End Clearance

10-75% off selected items.
Shop Now for the Greatest selection and for the Best Deals!

New Products in October

New Products

Blooms - Titanium Fine Cut Scissor 3"

Precision grounded titanium bonded blades. Finely tapered blades. Contour soft grip handles. Corrosion resistant. Individually hand tested.
Price $3.99

Blooms - Detail Tip Scissors 5"

Blooms combine quality and innovation with fun vibrant colors. Each scissor comes with a blade cover and lanyard. From bud to bloom these scissors will bring ideas to life.
Price $8.99

Glue Dots - Pop Up Sheets

These super-sticky, pressure-sensitive adhesive dots are great for all kinds of crafts and adhere to paper, vellum, fabric, wood, foam, plastic, and more. Photo safe, acid free & lignin free. 72 dots
Price $3.49

Glue Dots - Vellum Sheets

Double-sided, transparent adhesive sheets for bonding vellum, transpar encies, skeleton leaves, glass and acrylic embellishments. Transparent even on dark backgrounds. Non-toxic. 10 sheets

Price $5.49

Glue Dots 3/16" mini sheets

These super-sticky, pressure-sensitive adhesive dots are great for all kinds of crafts and adhere to paper, vellum, fabric, wood, foam, plastic, and more. Photo safe, acid free & lignin free. 252 clear dots.

Price $3.99

Glue Dots - Pop Up

These super-sticky, pressure-sensitive adhesive dots are great for all kinds of crafts and adhere to paper, vellum, fabric, wood, foam, plastic, and more. Photo safe, acid free & lignin free. 75 clear dots a roll.

Price $3.49


Memories in the Making - Alphabet Sticker Booklet

950+ stickers. Breathe new life into any memory project with this versatile sticker collection! Choose from a variety of shapes, sizes and colours - all perfectly coordinated. Acid Free/Lignin Free. Photo Safe.

Price $6.99

Cuttlebug - Bloom Dots Embossing Folder

Cuttlebug - Friend Embossing Folder

Cuttlebug - Mesh Texture Embossing Folder

Cuttlebug - Snowflakes Embossing Folder

Cuttlebug - Tiny Mosaic Texture Embossing Folder

These 4.25" x 5.5" embossing folders bring any project to life by adding texture and style. They're just the right size for handmade cards and perfect for scrapbook layouts.

Price $4.99 each

Karen Foster - Pastel Grand Princess Brads

Give scrapbook pages and other projects a touch of royal bling! These rhinestone-centered brads do just that. They can be used to attach charms, used as middles in layered flowers or arranged to create a design. A combination of teardrops and round make great flowers! 1/2" round (Sizes are approximate).

Price $4.49


Stickers are Essential

Stick to It!

By Kerry Jensen

Stickers Are Essential
I must confess—when it comes to designing scrapbook pages, stickers are near the top of my “essential supplies” list. Their current good standing on my layouts stems from pleasant schoolgirl memories of trading stickers with my friends at recess. But those childish trading days are over.

Now on each trip to the scrapbook store, I am amazed at the variety of stickers available to fit my many design moods and themes. Just knowing there’s such a wide selection lifts my spirits. Naturally, I pick up a sheet or two of economical and downright easy-to-apply stickers that “a-peel” to my pages!

The truth is, with a few basic guidelines, stickers will liven up your scrapbook pages and save you time. Here are four techniques and lots of expert tips that will make a believer out of you. Scrapbooking is quicker with a sticker, and these ideas prove it!

Technique #1 Anchor Away

Stickers floating alone on a scrapbook page can look haphazard, creating a “sticker sneeze” effect. Instead, anchor them to something. Mounting a sticker on cardstock will emphasize the sticker and give your page a more polished look. Journaling boxes are another great place to anchor stickers. For variety, try placing them directly on other page elements, like ribbon or vellum envelopes.

Technique #2: Think “Triangles”

Use stickers to create a visual triangle that frames your photo subject. Use this basic design technique once—or multiple times—when positioning stickers, photos or journaling boxes on the page. The imaginary triangle needn’t be exact; a general approximation will do. This tried-and-true rule is a simple way to design consistently eye-pleasing scrapbook pages.

Technique #3: Order at the Border

With stickers, borders have never been easier. And with so many sticker styles to choose from, the design possibilities are practically endless. A bonus? There’s little measuring or cutting involved. Many stickers are made specifically for use as borders. Why not combine multiple stickers to create your own borders? Whether they’re used as subtle accents or as frames for photos or entire pages, border stickers are versatile page enhancers.

Technique #4: Make a Scene!

Use stickers to create a scene on your page that invites interaction with your photos. It’s really a snap to group stickers with photos to create the scene you envision. Many sticker manufacturers design stickers expressly for that purpose.

Once you get going, you’ll be surprised how far one sheet of stickers will take you. Also, you’ll never need to worry about wasting the leftovers, because you’ll find countless uses for them: handmade cards, gift tags and boxes, envelope seals, children’s foreheads. And you know that headboard in your bedroom that has been looking a little drab lately? Have at it, because these days a little adhesive remover will fix just about anything!

Why Reinvent the Wheel?

If you find a basic design scheme you really like, repeat these elements on other pages. Using stickers from various companies ensures your efforts don’t appear repetitive.
Source: http://www.scrapbookeh.com/articles/s070828.html




To Audrey for winning the $5 gift voucher in October!

Details on this contest can be found here


Be Sure to check out our website

Be sure to go online OFTEN. We are starting to mark down prices for year end inventory!!!

Stop by frequently to see what deals are on and get the best prices!


Sakura Quickie Glue

Quickie Glue™

Quickie Glue™ writes just like a pen - no squeezing, shaking or globing & odor free!

Croppers love this tool to place glue precisely where itsy-bitsy confetti, glitter or bead adds style. Perfect for adhering quilling projects. Polka dots, dashes; straight, curvy or dotted lines enhance DIY projects. Write slow and then place foil for that elegant touch.

Permanent (blue color) placement or removable (clear).

Only $2.49 Canadian each!


Thanksgiving Sale extended at ScrapbookingOasis.com

Sorry due to unexpected site maintenance we had a lot of downtime on our site yesterday. Because of this the Thanksgiving sale has been extended to October 10, 2007.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Canadian Thanksgiving is October 8, 2007 and to say thank you to our customers we are offering Free Shipping (Canada and US) for orders over $50.

Enter during checkout the coupon code: THANKFUL

and the shipping cost will automatically be removed from your order total.

This discount is valid until October 10, 2007.

Happy Thanksgiving from ScrapbookingOasis.com


Thanksgiving Special

Happy Thanksgiving!
Canadian Thanksgiving is October 8, 2007 and to say thank you to our customers we are offering Free Shipping (Canada and US) for orders over $50.

Enter during checkout the coupon code: THANKFUL

and the shipping cost will automatically be removed from your order total.

This discount is valid for October 8, 2007.

Happy Thanksgiving from ScrapbookingOasis.com


How to Not Forget the Good Times

Follow these simple steps to remember the good times (even if you have a bad memory)!!


  1. Write all your happy memories down! Buy a diary, a notepad, or just a book and jot down all the happy things you remember! Everytime you feel down, open the book and read them!
  2. Create a scrapbook, full of pictures and notes. If you have tickets from a place you went to which was really good, or anything like that, stick them in!
  3. Put lots of pictures around your home of good times you've had!
  4. Create a memory box of special items. Get it out every so often and look through it.
  5. Talk! Tell your children, grandchildren, friends, family, anyone! Share each others good moments in life!
  6. Create a website to share with your friends and family, especially those who live far away.
  7. Play mind-challenging games, such as sudoku, crossword puzzles, or purchase a book that is designed to improve memory.
  8. Place ideas and what you're planning (color samples, sketches of your ideas, etc.) in the scrapbook.



The Rules of Alignment

The Rules of Alignment

by Cathy Zielske

You’ve just typed in your journaling block, and now the moment of truth: Do I center it? Justify it? Align it to the left? The alignment you choose will affect how someone reads your words. Here are some general guidelines to help you decide.

Align to the left when you have a large journaling block. Why? A left aligned text block (also called “ragged right”) is the easiest of all alignment styles to read, especially when you have lots of text. For this reason, most magazines format their text using a left alignment. When in doubt, align to the left. When the journaling on your layout has many lines, use a left alignment to enhance readability.

Centering your text is OK if you have brief text. Centering is great when you are using a quote or other journaling with eight lines or fewer. Pay attention to your line lengths. Centered text blocks look more appealing when the line lengths vary, fully emphasizing the centered alignment.

Justify your text with caution! Justifying text, or forcing each line to be the same length, is tricky. Why? Because inevitably some lines will have fewer words, thereby causing them to appear more spaced out than others and allowing for larger gaps between words. This creates an uneven, discordant look. If you have similar-sized words, or you’re comfortable shifting words from line to line to adjust the number of words per line, give it a try.

Source: http://www.scrapbookeh.com/articles/s070904.html



How to add text to your scrapbook

One of the most important elements of any scrapbook is the wording that accompanies the photos. Your scrapbook is an illustrated chronicle of your life and the lives of your loved ones. Put as much thought into your wording and its placement as you do into the placement of photos and the decoration of pages.


  1. Make sure that the writing and lettering implements you use in your scrapbook are acid-free and fade-resistant. Products that are not labeled "acid-free," "archival" or "photo-safe" could react chemically with your photos and cause them to fade.
  2. Investigate scrapbook Web sites, magazines and books for ideas on how to incorporate text onto the pages of your book. Seeing what other scrapbook enthusiasts have done can help inspire you in the creation of your own unique scrapbook pages.
  3. Layout is up to you and makes it look great
    Determine the wording and placement of your text in advance to avoid making irreversible mistakes on the finished page.
  4. Make the lettering of your text special. Explore different fonts and lettering mediums - adhesive-backed and paste-on paper letters come in all sizes, styles and colors! You might even try your hand at calligraphy.
  5. Write titles and captions only or combine them with descriptions and thoughts about the photos (include thoughts from family and friends). You can also use poems or quotations as accompanying text for your photos.
  6. Add a picture and the contents
    Remember that your scrapbook is also a genealogical record. You are chronicling family history for the pleasure and education of future generations as well as your own. Include dates and as many complete names as possible.
  7. Be creative with the placement of text. You can use text as a border for a photo or as a decorative accent. For example, instead of coloring in a border or shape, fill in the empty space with text. Use text to create the stems of flowers or to make spirals or swirls.
  8. Use lightly-lined paper in your scrapbook if you are concerned about your ability to write straight. Alternately, use a ruler or other straight edge to keep the lines of text even. You can also trace letters onto your scrapbook page.


  • Look for scrapbook supplies in your local craft store and on the Internet. Make sure that all the materials are acid-free.
  • Look for fancy or unusual fonts and lettering styles on the Internet or in books and magazines.
  • Keep a journal. Use it to refresh your memory about a particular event. You could also keep notes with your photos. When you are ready to put the photos into a scrapbook, information about names, dates and events will be handy.
  • Use relevant song, book or movie titles as titles for your scrapbook pages.
  • Add text to a separate sheet of paper instead of writing directly in the book. Then you can cut the paper into any shape and place it anywhere on the page.
  • Print text onto vellum, then cut vellum to the size you want and attach to page with a sticker. You can also photocopy text onto vellum.



Heidi Swapp

We've more than doubled our Heidi Swapp stock!
Rub Ons, Masks, Clear Stickers, Foam Stamps, and brads.

Come check out all the new selection online today.

November 16 and 17 - Mega Crop

Click on the Image to Enlarge for all the details.
November 16 and 17 we will be at a Mega Crop - Tickets can be purchased through the crop organizer (contact information on the flyer).


Cuttlebug In Canada

Can't find the Cuttlebug in Canada? Well, we carry it! We are also willing in to order Cuttlebug items. We have a large selection of Cuttlebug Embossing folders and also have a pre-order of folders for when the regular stock runs out.

So look no further for the your Cuttlebug Supplies!

www.scrapbookingoasis.com for your Cuttlebug Supplies


Blog Link Exchange

Laura Williams' Musings is featuring our monthly draw on her blog for Monday, so we are passing on the favour and linking her blog on ours.

If you haven't seen our monthly draw here are the details:
Get your chance to win a $5 gift voucher by signing up for our newsletter.
Each month a new winner will be chosen.

Enter to win by registering and check the subscribe to newsletter checkbox.

Scrapbookingoasis.com reserves the right to cancel this program at any time. Subscribers can only win once per year.


How to Plan a Layout for Your Scrapbook

These instructions show you how to plan the layout of your scrapbook.


  1. Organize your pictures. Scrapbooking starts when someone has a lot of pictures that he or she wants to organize in an eye-pleasing way. To do this, you can start creating pages on a whim and produce a random collection of photographs mounted on paper, or you can take the more effective approach and plan out a theme to your album.
  2. Go with a theme. There are many album themes to consider when choosing the option that will best fit your needs. A common that many use (and that isn't really a theme) is to place everything in chronological order. Most beginning scrapbookers use this method of organization because it is convenient to use. If you are trying to get all of your photographs out of boxes and into acid free albums, this method is easy and motivating. Chronological scrapbooks also make it easy to keep up with the album as you get new pictures developed. However, this is not the only type of album that can be created, and you should weigh all options before starting to scrapbook.
  3. Consider creating a birthday or holiday album. This works especially well for scrapbookers who have children. Rather than including pages with all your pictures throughout the year, choose one topic, such as a holiday and start an album with one layout that reminds you of the holiday. Gradually add photos from holidays in the same year and future years. The result will be a book that shows the progression of a child from year to year. This type of scrapbook makes an excellent graduation gift or can become a keepsake as your children move out of the house. These are on-going projects, so you will need to devote many years to an album before it is complete.
  4. Try a people theme. A people theme works well with the random pictures you may have that were not used in your chronological album. To make this kind of album, create one layout for each person, and show them throughout the years. Alternatively, if you take many pictures, you can create a single album all for one person. A people-themed album makes a good gift for someone with many grandchildren or for someone moving away from a group of friends.
  5. Be clear before you begin your project. However you chose to theme your album, think of its function before you start. Who will be looking at the album? Are you giving this album as a gift? What kind of pictures do you have available? Scrapbooking according to theme creates well-organized albums, and by choosing a theme before you start creating pages, you can make an album that works well in your collection or as a gift.


  • have fun while making
  • share them with your friends

Things You'll Need

  • Photos
  • Scrapbook album
  • Plan of project
  • Acid-free adhesive
  • Additional decorative pieces



How to Create your first scrapbook page

Learn how to create and complete a scrapbooking layout which preserves your timeless memories for generations to come! Include journaling, keepsakes and treasures in an artistic way which will be a creative self-expression of you to pass on to the ones you love!


  1. Choose the photograph(s) which you want to create your layout around.
  2. Purchase Acid and lignin free papers which are either a contrast or complement to the colours/themes in the photographs you have chosen.
  3. Make a mat/border for your photograph to separate the photo from the background. The border can be even all the way around the photograph or thinner/thicker on two sides.
  4. Adhere your matted photographs to the background paper using acid/lignin free adhesives such as photo tabs or glues.
  5. Decorate your layout using embellishments such as stickers, diecuts, eyelets, brads, fibres, ribbons, foam, felt, glitters, etc.
  6. Make a special mat on which to write your journaling - your reflections and recollections about a special person, place, thing or memory.
  7. Use the computer, sticker alphabets, templates or your own handwriting to create titles which will draw the viewer's eye into the layout.


  • Try using patterned papers for your mat around the photo
  • Using acid/lignin free paper will ensure your pages do not yellow or deteriorate over time.
  • Purchase an acid/lignin free album to put your layouts in.
  • Keep creating - if you like it, it's perfect!
  • Try using Kodak backed photo paper. It keeps from fading better than any other backing.
  • Get copies of your favorite photos before you start in case you mess up.


  • If you are not sure if the paper or embellishments are acid/lignin free, do not adhere them to the photograph - place them elsewhere on the layout.





How to start a Scrapbook

If you have a lot of pictures and mementos just stashed away in a box on your shelf, then it is time to check them out. These pictures usually reflect your hobbies, your youth, vacations, or photos of loved ones. It is time to get the boxes down from the shelf, and create a scrapbook !


  1. Organize the photos and mementos. A scrapbook can contain pictures, movie tickets, programs, anything that will lay flat when the book is closed.
  2. Separate by date, or vacation site, or holidays, depending on the photos found.
  3. Count them to see how many you have in order to determine the size of the book you will need to buy.
  4. It is so much fun to look at the book
    Buy a scrapbook based on your theme, or just a regular inexpensive one, and mark it to reflect the theme. You will need stamps, cut-outs, stickers, scissors and glue. Construction paper is colorful and often cheaper than "specialty" papers made especially for scrapbooks.
  5. When you get ready to begin, carefully measure and "plan" each page before you start gluing. You can write your plan down on a piece of paper, so you will not forget how you want to layout each page.


  • Some craft stores sell scrapbook-making kits to help you get started. If this is your first time making a scrapbook, this may be the way to go.
  • Scrapbooks can be found in various styles and colors at most stores, Supermarkets, craft stores, online stores, as well as larger drugstores.
  • As you get more acquainted with scrapbooks, you will want tools that save you time and frustration. Two very useful tools are the Xacto knife and a pair of tweezers.
  • Acid-free and lignin free products can keep your pictures from turning yellow.


  • Scrapbooks can be addictive. Once you make one, you will want to make more. The more you make, the more items you will want to put on the pages for decoration and detail. Have fun, enjoy and show your "books" to anyone who wants to see them.
  • Be careful you don't the cut the only copies of your family photos. You can get color prints of them instead.
  • If you are using the only copy of family photos get another print made of it. It costs a bit more than colour copies - but photos can be made from originals and look the same.

Things You'll Need

  • Scrapbooks
  • Photographs, memento items
  • Scissors, glue, stamps, decorative stickers
  • Anything else that you would like to see on the page


How to Choose the Right Adhesive to Use in Your Scrapbook

The many adhesive options available on the scrapbooking supply market may leave you mystified as to which ones you need for your project. Not only are countless types of adhesives available, but you often are given choices between a number of brands as well. This can leave beginners frustrated and ready to go home and use a hot glue gun for the whole project. A word of caution, however-learning to use the different types of adhesives will help protect your photographs and keep your work in tact for many years.


  1. Understand that there are three basic types of adhesives: glues, tapes, and corner mounts.
    • Glue. Hot glue and tacky glue, both common items around the house, are not good for your scrapbooking project. Although these adhesives are strong and permanent, the heat and acidity that comes with using them will ruin your photographs over time. Make sure that any products say that they are safe for photos.
      • Glue sticks are inexpensive, but remember that you get what you pay for glue sticks lose their stickiness over time, and your pages will come undone.
      • Glue pens are popular, but one of the most innovative products in recent years has been glue dots. This product is pressure-sensitive and works very well for adhering embellishments to the page.
      • Another helpful scrapbooking glue product comes in an aerosol can. When sprayed to an item such as vellum or tissue, you can adhere the light paper to the page without leaving marks showing through. Glue dots and aerosol sprays can be pricey, but are effective when used correctly.
    • Tape products. Again, be sure that the product label ensures that it is safe to use with photographs, since not all tapes are made the same. Traditional tape options, such as foam mounting tape or double sided tape are good to use in your album, but also check out the products made exclusively for scrapbooking. Mounting squares are a popular item, as are roll-on tape dispensers. Some temporary products are also available in case you don't want to permanently attach your photographs to the page.
    • Corner mounts. Related to the tape family, these little triangles allow you to stick photographs to the page without commitment. Corner mounts work especially well with valuable photographs, but can only be used when you have cropped your pictures in a square or rectangular shape.
  2. Whatever adhesive choices you make, remember that it is important to use the products correctly. Not all glues and tapes are made for the same purposes, so learning to use these products is vital. By experimenting with technique and following the usage guidelines you can create a beautiful and long-lasting album.

Don't forget to check out our Deal of the Day

We have a Deal of the Day each day. This cannot be found under specials. The only way to find the deal of the day is to join our facebook group or shop online and 'discover' it.

Today here is the direct link to our Deal of the day (this shows today's deal - so if you click on it tomorrow you will just see the product at regular price again).


For every $50 of regular priced merchandise purchased receive Tim Horton's Gift Certificates

For every $50 of regular* priced merchandise purchased from ScrapbookingOasis.com receive $5 in Tim Horton's Gift Certificates* (certificates valid only in Canada). Put 'Tims Gift Cert' in the comment box.

Offer Valid from August 28, 2007 until August 31, 2007

* regular priced merchandise - no sale items and no additional discount/coupons apply
US and International customers will be offered a gift voucher of equal value that they can use


Wow what a Deal!

This is a Blog deal ONLY!

Memories in the Making Red or Black Album kits
- Only $5.00 (SRP $12.99). Sale Expires Friday August 24, 2007

That's 62% Off!


Customer Feedback

We appreciate your feedback.

Aug 14, 2007

Just wanted to drop you a note to let you know I recieved my order and I am
This was my first time ordering from Scrapbook Oasis and now it won't be the
The products you carry are fabulous as well as your customer service and
speedy shipping. Thank-you!
I look forward to doing business with you again.

Aug 4, 2007
Hi Sylvia
My order has arrived...thanks for the prompt service!...everything looks
July 28, 2007
Hello to all of you  :) 

I just found your web site and I'm all excited. Your the best site I found

Thank you very much in advance

With friendly regards from Joanna


Scrapbooking For Beginners

We at ScrapbookingOasis.com exchange links with related websites. Our newest link exchange is with http://www.scrap-happy-mom.com/

On this site Debbie offers a resource for beginner scrapbookers.

She shows you how to get started, where to find supplies, gives layout ideas, explains scrapbook embellishments, and helps with scrapbooking organization.

So if you want to start scrapbooking this is a resource worth looking at!

If you want to start off with an affordable album - check out out Memories in the Making Album kits.


Refer a Friend Contest

Refer your friend contest – refer all your friends to sign up for our newsletter (person signing up must check the subscribe to newsletter box) and you will be put in a draw for a gift from scrapbookingoasis.com
Have your friend type your name in the ‘who referred you’ section of the sign up.
Draw will be help September 13, 2007



New Products and Special Prices

Memories in the Making 3D sticker embellishments - Special intro price $1.50 until August 16/07
Memories in the Making10x10 album kits - Special intro price $6.00 until August 16/07

Hot off the Press templates - thinga-ma-jig, envelopes, folder tabs, pockets and tags. $4.99

We R Memory Keepers - Adhesive and refills

Marvy Uchida Mega and Giga Scallop Punches Mega $17.59 and Giga $21.99

Restock on
7gypies Family Stickers
More Cuttlebug Embossing Folders!


New Items (and restocked items)

Inkadinkado - Footprint stamp

Kokuyo Adhesive and refills

Scrapworks Color Rubz

Cuttlebug Embossing Folders - $4.99 (these go fast!!!)

Also added to our large range of products:
Brilliance Dew Drop Ink pads (4pk)
Deco Art Crafter's Acrylic paint

We have ONE Cuttlebug left in stock for the LOW price of $89.99 plus tax (and actual shipping)


So you want to scrapbook?

Have you been thinking about scrapbooking?
Do you like the look of 'other' people's albums?
Do you think you can't scrapbook for whatever reason?

You can scrapbook and you should scrapbook! Why?

Scrapbooking is a great way to preserve memories and heritage.
Scrapbooking is a creative outlet (even if you think you are not creative).
Scrapbooking is a break from the everyday and allows you to enjoy the moments caught on film (digital image).

Or do you like the idea/look of scrapbook but think you can't because you don't have kids or because you are male?

You don't need a husband, kids, pets or to be female to scrapbook. Anyone can scrapbook.
You can scrapbook about yourself, what you like, don't like. Think of it as a creative diary.
You can scrapbook pets.
You can scrapbook home or outdoor projects.
You can scrapbook your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews or no kids at all.
You may have a job that you can scrapbook (you can make scrapbooking for others your job!)

Do you think you are not creative enough to scrapbook?

Scrapbooking is a creative outlet for pretty much anyone, but you don't need to be creative to scrapbook. Don't think you can't scrapbook because you are not 'artsy' or creative enough. If you think you don't have a creative bone in your body then it is recommended that you purchase an idea book or two or go online and look at layouts posted in different scrapbooking galleries.

So what you need to get started.
Basic Supplies:
Scissors and or Trimmer

Additional Supplies:

It is recommended to have the basic supplies - the additional supplies are nice to have and you may wish to purchase them later. If you plan on using idea books and want to scraplift (copy) a layout with the same supplies then you will need to purchase additional supplies. If you like certain styles of scrapbook layouts look at what they used and purchase products like that.

Where to purchase supplies. Supplies are available at various retail stores and are available online. Of course we carry supplies also at our website - www.scrapbookingoasis.com

Written by: Sylvia Van Meppelen Scheppink August 6, 2007


ScrapbookingOasis.com Mini Chipboard Album

Handmade mini chipboard album. 4 pages - page 1 is 3"x3", page 2 is 6"x3", page 3 is 9"x3" and page 4 is 12"x3" Embellish and decorate this album for a nice mini brag book or gift. Due to the handmade nature of this album slight variations and imperfections may exist.


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The Facebook group is the ONLY place that the Deal of the Day will be posted in advance. So join today!


Fun Quiz

What scrapbooking item are you?

You are STICKERS! You like brightening things up in life and decorating your living space with your own personal style. You are versatile and able to get things done with a stick-to-it attitude. People love your colorful personality and personal flair! You like exploring new things and are willing to try anything once. But Stickers beware - sometimes you like to stick to someone that you like a little too much and take them into your confidence a little too easily. Your personality tends to make you a steadfast friend, but make sure the friends you choose are worth your efforts!
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The Cuttlebug

I found this here on 2peas
and thought the Cuttlebug Information was good to know and pass on.....

Types of Material that can be cut with dies
Cuttlebug: cardstock, vellum, specialty papers, chipboard, transparencies, cloth

Die Cutting Machine Compatibility
Cuttlebug dies: Cut in CB, classic sizzix machine (all including embossing folders), Sizzix sidekick (depending on size), Big Shot

MACHINE INFO (what machines can cut what)

Cuttlebug (CB): SIX QK 2 x 2 dies at a time, QK revolution dies, CB dies, CB Embossing folders, sizzlets, sizzix dies, Bosskuts, Sizzix Bigz dies

Please note I have not tried all of these.

We have Cuttlebug items online for your shopping conveneince. We have also added Pre-Order of Cuttlebug items so that if they are out of stock you can still place your order.


The Cuttlebug has arrived and more!

We have the CuttleBug and Embossing Folders in stock. As well as replacement mat and spacer.
Cuttlebug $89.99 *actual shipping applies to the Cuttlebug*
Embossing Folders $4.99

Metal Deco edge tearing ruler - $9.59

Doodle Genie templates - $4.49

Stamp-a-ma-jig - $9.99

Essential Glue pad - $8.99

Quickie Glue -$2.49

Fantastix $0.79 each (for one) - will be adding 6 packs as well (for $4.69)
Foam Brushes $0.89
DCWV - White Flower Rub-ons $2.99
AC - Chunky Uppercase Rub-Ons $10
Pebbles Inc - Winter sticker $1.79
Making Memories Chipboard Letters $0.99
Crop-A-Dile with Kit - $34.99 Canadian
Medium Size Got Flowers $6.99 Canadian Each
Adhesive Remover - $1.99

Prices are in Canadian Funds!

On Special for the Week of July 27-August 2, 2007 - Select Adhesive (all except the Quickie Glue and Essential Glue pad)


New Look and New products

We have changed the look of our site and we hope you enjoy it. Due to the change many of the old links here (and on the designer blog) for layouts posted do not work. We will try to fix that ASAP.

We have new products added as well.

Forever in time Adhesive - $1.50 each - various types.
Forever in Time Chipboard letters - $1.50 a pack - 4 styles to choose from.
Limited Selection - buy all 4 for $5
L'il Davis Vintage Wood Small words (chipboard) - $2.99 each - 3 words in a pack
Forever in Time Extension Posts - 6pk for $1.50
Forever in Time Round Multi coloured gemstones (bling) - $1.50 a pack

We hope you like the changes (we are still working on it) but if you have any suggestions please send us a message!

Sketches Links


Layout Using Reminisce

Two layouts were made using 2 sheets of Bazzill and 1 sheet of Reminisce Big Boy Dots and 1 sheet of Reminisce Wild Boy Stripe.

Bazzill Basics Cardstock, Reminisce Big Boy Dots and Reminisce Wild Boy Stripe Distressing Ink and Letter A cut freehand.

Bazzill Basics Cardstock, Reminisce Big Boy Dots and Reminisce Wild Boy Stripe

The 2 layouts can be created for $2.28 plus tax and adhesive (not including distress ink or tools)


Use what You Got........

I challenged myself to use some of my 'scraps' that were laying around. I challenge you to use some of the scrapbook material you have (I did need new items for some parts of the layouts).Layout using white Cardstock, scraps of Bazzill and Basic Grey monogram letters as well as letters cut out of scrap paper using different chipboard letters. The flowers were free hand and Judi-Kins Diamond glaze was used in the center of each flower. The letters were distressed with ink.

Layout using white cardstock. 2 new peices of Bazzill cardstock. Scraps of Junkitz Salsa papers.

Layout using white cardstock. Left over Three Bugs in a Rug paper and the Bazzill cardstock from the above layout. Letters cut out using chipboard letters as a template. Little Bling and Distressing ink also used.

Layout using Junkitz Paper and Bazzill cardstock. Arrow was made using a Crafter's Workshop template.

Layout using Imagination Project paper, bazzill cardstock, chipboard letter to trace and distressing ink.


Font Links


Basic Grey Vagabond. The Mustard Vagabond was left over from another layout. 7Gypsies Quotes Stickers. The background was a piece of scrap Bazzill cardstock. This layout can be made for under $4 depending on the scrap supplies you have. (not including adhesive).

Junkitz Summer Multi Stripe and Summer Sunshine. Letters traced from chipboard pieces.
This Layout can cost under $2 (again depending on if you have chipboard letters on hand and not including adhesive)
Junkitz Boy Stars and Boy Multi Stripe. American Crafts Thickers (Foam) sticker Letters.


Layout using Flower Bling

Bazzill Cardstock, Basic Grey Lily Kate tag, and Large and Small Blue flower bling. A Simple and affordable layout using bling. Cost of Layout: $3.04 plus tax and adhesive (not including stamping the word and the stamp set).


Even More Bling and Metal Letters

We have even more Bling in stock! Butterflies, tear drops, stars, and more flowers!

We also have metal letter embellishments - just purchase the letters you need!


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New Prices – If you go online you will see many of our prices have been lowered! Many (almost all) of our products are being offered at the Suggested US retail price (except in Canadian Dollars). Exceptions would be products that we are unable to find the suggested US retail price or products that we were already priced lower than.

New Products

Paper Salon - Rugged Papers and Rub Ons - Great paper for Boys layouts!

Dream Street Papers

Pink and Blue Paint Swabs - For your baby’s feet!

Gel-A-Tins stamps

Fontwerks Notepad Stamp

Tumblebeasts Stickers - Quilting, Sewing and Seasons

Karen Foster - Chipboard Alphabets and Enamel Alphabets

Band Aid Tins and CD Tins

Crop-A-Dile - This kit includes the Crop-A-Dile tool with lime colored handles, a lime carrying case and 400 metallic eyelets

(50 each of 8 colors).There is an extra large compartment in the case for additional embellishments such as the Designer Eyelets and Snaps.


Avery Sticker paper
Avery Journaling Sticker paper
Avery Printable Tags

(The Avery items are good for printing digital elements.)

DCWV Rub on Flourish

Canada Day Sale!
Orders $0-$25* = 10% off
Orders $25.01-$50* = 15% off
Orders $50.01-$100* = 20% off
*before taxes and shipping
Percentage off will be taken off after checkout.  If you pay via PayPal (or PayPal credit card) the discount will be refunded to you. 

If you are paying by cheque/MO or Interac e-mail transfer please wait for the adjusted total.

Sale is valid from July 1, 2007-July 4, 2007



We're Blooming with Flowers!

We have a new assortment of affordable flowers.

Felt Flowers for $0.25 each

Large Bling Flower $0.15

Small Bling Flower $0.10

Star Flower Bling $0.15


Great Sale - This week only!!!

We are working on marking down ALL items to either below or at par with suggested US retail price! (Our prices are in Canadian Dollars!)

What a GREAT DEAL!!! Stock up with these great deals today!

Shop Now

Sale ends June 23, 2007


BlueMedia Idea Books

We have Idea Books from BlueMedia in stock!

Layout BluePrints

the sketch idea book you've heard so much about. Be inspired by 55 new layout designs
(Blueprints) accompanied by over 200 full-color samples in this 110-page, spiral bound idea book.
Scrapbooking: Styles Defined

Explore current scrapbooking styles and trends. Find your own style, enhance it, or refresh it with
this incredible new guide. Features over 200 beautiful scrapbook layouts with hints, tips and
how-tos all spiral bound for easy use while scrapping


New Products and Specials

New products - 15% off for the month of June.
Fiskars Brayer (with plain roller)
Fiskars 3/16" Square punch

Specials for June
Discontinued Quartz Bazzill paper - 20% off
Select Ribbon - 50% off

New Products
Fiskars Brayer
Fiskars 3/16" Square punch
Patterned paper value pack - 10 pack - Only $1.00

Coming Soon
More Ribbon


More New Products added

Cropperware Page In Progress $34.99 each
Always leaving a crop with an unfinished page and not sure how to finish it later? Then the Page in Progress is something that you will love!

The Crafter's Workshop Templates $6.99-$7.99 each
Love the look of doodling but afraid to doodle on your own? These templates are perfect for you!!! We have 12 templates to choose from.

Bazzill Smoothies Cardstock!
Love Bazzill! Want Bazzill without Texture? Then the Smoothies are for you!

Bazzill Bling!!!!

Tired of looking for Boy'ish' paper - we have a new selection of Boy Themed patterned paper!
Bo Bunny Press and Reminisce


This kit includes the Crop-A-Dile tool with lime colored handles, a lime carrying case and
400 metallic eyelets (50 each of 8 colors). There is an extra large compartment in the case for
additional embellishments such as the Designer Eyelets and Snaps.
Versa Fine Ink
Looking for an ink to give you extremely fine detail?
An ink that you are able to watercolor or marker over and it won't bleed?
Then look no further! This natural oil-based pigment ink dries instantly on matte cardstock.
Inkpad last 3-5 times longer than regular inks.
Paint Palette

Dora paper and Stickers
Sure to excite any preschool child to see Dora Paper and Stickers in her/his album!

Pebbles Inc Page Kits
Kits include 2 each of 3 paper designs, 1 sticker sheet, 1 sampler sticker sheet, a 2-fold alphabet cardstock sticker sheet, 1 yard of ribbon, 1 magnetic clip and 2 die-cuts.

EK Success Adhesive Remover
Use this tool to eliminate residue from your projects - without any smudging!
Shaped like a pencil, it can easily fit into small crevices for neat and clean results.
This is also the best tool for completely removing rub-on letters, too!
Restock on:
Basic Grey Chipboard Elements and Block Alpha
Avery Journaling Sticker paper
Foam Brush
Around the Block Mini Antiquing tool kits
L'il Davis Bubble Phrases
Aqua Flo Brushes


Pre-Order Designing with 2008 Calendar

We are taking pre-orders for the 2008 Designing with Calendar until June 20, 2007.
Pre-Order Price $28.99 CAD



Arrived and New to be added

Our coming soon items arrived earlier than anticipated!

Junkitz - Chipboard, Rub-Ons, Patterned Papers, Cardstock Stickers

Heidi Swapp Bling

Tim Holtz Distress Ink (restocked!)

Tsukineko - Fantastix Brush Tip and Bullet Tip
Tsukineko - Tack 'N Peel Reusable Cling Sheets 4"X6.5"
Craf-T Chalk

Soon to be added also
Heidi Swapp bling hearts
Go Diego Go 12x12 paper and stickers!!!!