Monday, May 2, 2011

ScrapperCreations

What a weekend!  We have a great blog hop, and now just like after a great vacation I feel like I need a day or two to recover from it all.  While I do, I wanted to share a new site with you . . .

Have you been to ScrapperCreations?  I love their slogan . . . "Because we can create so much more when we share inspiration."  Share your photos, projects, creations and ideas.  There are groups for a variety of different things . . . swaps, learning to use your Gypsy, Stampin Up . . . and so much more!  See, all of us crafters CAN go to one place and share our ideas, even if we use different products.  If you join and you want to connect with me, here is the link to my page.
http://scrappercreations.ning.com/profile/ShawnMosch

2 comments:

  1. Hi Shawn,
    I went to that site and it said I have to join. Is it safe to join? Please don't think this is a stupid question, I just want to make sure. I was taught to scrap by a Creative Memories Consultant and for years I bought Creative Memories stuff and scrapped that way, then I went to a scrapbook weekend that was not Creative Memories and it blew my mind! So I am learning to scrap with other products. I have a Cricut Expression and I think I am getting a Cricut Imagine for Mother's Day. I do not have a Gypsy. I have just started blog hopping and a lot of times when you ladies talk about products you use, I don't know what you are talking about. I don't know what SVG is or SCAL. I don't have a blog. I live 45 miles from the closest scrapbook store and that is a Michaels, so I do almost all of my shopping on-line. I want to join some of these sites but my husband keeps telling me to be careful...sigh..
    america57@comcast.net

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  2. All I can tell you is that I have not had any problems with this site, but your husband is right . . . you have to be careful. In this day and age, you never know what you could download on to your computer.

    one thing that you should NEVER do is post your email address on the internet like you did in your post above. This is how scammers and spammers find email addresses to send to. I also operate a website about scam education at ScamVictimsUnited.com

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