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November Inspiration Blog Hop



Welcome to the November Design Team Blog Hop!

We know that the “kit world” moves pretty fast. And that when most of you are receiving your kits, the Design Team is receiving the next month’s kits. And sneaks start . And the endless cycle begins.

And that can get overwhelming and that’s no good. So we’ve come up with a solution! Each month on the 15th we are going to inspire you as you are receiving your kits.

We hope you enjoy our blog hop today- and make sure to inspire US! Post your kit creations in the member gallery.

Have fun!


Amy Challis
Andrea Gray
Diane Payne
Emily Spahn
Eunyoung Lee
France Wisniewski
Jill Keller
Kasia Przybyt
Kellie Winnell
Kelly Xenos
Michelle Wedertz
Olatz Garaiyurrebaso
Sandra Dietrich
Stephanie Buice



Introducing the 2015-2016 Design Team


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I’m very excited to introduce the 2015-2016 Design Team! The team is super talented and very diverse. Some are returning for another year and some are brand new to Gossamer Blue. It is going to be an amazing year with these ladies! To read more about these incredible designers click on their names to visit their profiles.

Alex Hunter : Amy Yingling : Anabelle O’Malley : Andrea Gray : Brenda Smith : Brenda Weaver : Caylee Greyvenstein : Chantal Philippe : Diane Payne : Emily Spahn : Erin Taylor : Eunyoung Lee : Felicitas Mayer : France Wisniewski : Heather Leopard : Jill Cornell : Jill Keller : Joy Taylor : Kasia Przybyt : Kathleen Graumuller : Katie Ehmann : Kellie Winnell : Kelly Xenos : Laura Crosby : Melanie Blackburn : Michelle Wedertz : Michelle Wooderson : Michiko Kato : Olatz Garaiyurrebaso : Patricia Roebuck : Rebecca Luminarias : Sandra Dietrich : Sian Fair : Stephanie Buice : Yana Smakula

Please join me in welcoming them!


Using Scraps on Your Layouts


Hello dear Gossamer Blue followers!

It’s Magda here today to share a fun way of decorating background.


Sometimes I have so many scraps that I can’t just throw away and I look for some ways to use them. Last month I showed you how to use them with dies, this time I have something for stripes fans!


Cut papers into strips, glue them to the piece of cardstock and sew. Next step is to cut of the edges of strips. This will give you fun, colorful patchwork and you can use it as a background of your layout or card.

As you can see I also added a tiny frame around the piece of cardstock to pop it out of the white background of my page.



Add some embellishments, a title and you’re ready!

Enjoy your weekend. 🙂