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Scrapbooking with a free printable kit

scrapbook from a coffee cup

I loved this project so much that I had to make another coffee cup scrapbook with this free printable kit by Wilna Furstenberg.

scrapbook from a coffee cup

These kits make everything so easy — you just print out the pages, paste on your photos and add any extra embellishments you like. There’s even a free printable coffee cup included in case you don’t have one to hand. There are full instructions included too.

scrapbook in a coffee cup

Your next challenge is to find out just how easy it is! Make a coffee cup book using Wilna’s kit and then take a picture of it and upload it to your blog or a page gallery. Post a link in the comments on this post to enter for a chance to win.

scrapbook from a coffee cup

One randomly selected entry will win a Starbucks gift card OR some of my favourite coffee beans sent straight to you — the winner can choose depending on which suits her best!

You have until 6am UK time on Monday morning to enter!

Happy scrapping! And don’t forget some happy music to keep your creativity jiving!

xlovesx

17 April 2010



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17 Comments for Scrapbooking with a free printable kit

  1. Katie @ makingthishome.com Says:

    OOh thanks for the inspiration – perfect start to the weekend. I have this sort of project on my top ten right now, and can you guess how high you just made it jump in priority? thanks!
    katie

  2. furrypig Says:

    Oooh don’t think we have the winzip thingy says it’s expired (obviously had a free trial at some point) sadly no money to try and get another one at the moment so won’t be able to enter this one but got it downloaded for the future I guess!

  3. Laura Llama Cupcake Cat Says:

    Super cute! loves (obvs) xx

  4. Deb Says:

    Great inspiration here (as always)! xo

  5. Alix Says:

    this is sooo sweet…but i’m not able to drink coffee!!! bummer ;0)

  6. Anso Says:

    I don’t drink coffee either so mine’s got lots of extra cupcakes:

    Smile Book

  7. Scrapdolly Says:

    Could take or leave coffee ….. but Starbucks Frappuccino …. my real addiction so my little book is dedicated to fraps.
    It is on my blog here

  8. Carrie Says:

    This is ADORABLE! Love it!

  9. Kim Dellow Says:

    Wow fabulous! Love it! Kim

  10. Christine Crowson Says:

    This took a lot of searching through photos!!!!
    http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/gallery/member/462296-christinec61/1616976-coffee-cup-book/

  11. lynmcf Says:

    I did mine as bunting, its printed on vellum which makes the soft colours even more beautiful … its in its temporary home until I get some suitable photos … http://occasionalscrapper.blogspot.com/2010/04/bunting-or-mini-book.html

  12. Soojay Says:

    LOVED doing this. Mine is here : http://soojjay.blogspot.com/2010/04/party-time.html

  13. nan.sinclair Says:

    Well I enjoyed doing this challenge, it is my first ever mini album too. I have posted pics on the forum of it in it deconstructed state. My sewing machine is at work so will contstruct it tomorrow and put pics on my blog.

  14. heidi y Says:

    Great mini-album! Can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the chance…

  15. sandy Says:

    what an awesome idea. I sure have plenty of coffee holders to use up.

  16. Dana K Says:

    OMG how cute! I think I might be stopping by our local coffee shop! LOL! No really! LOL!

  17. Alison Says:

    Really nice… I’ve always had one of these projects in the back of my mind. Thanks for reminding me to try it!

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