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About Christine Meyer

Christine MeyerChristine is a busy stay-at-home mom to three sons and one daughter. She takes her downtime (and maintains her sanity) in the crafting world dabbling in every type possible from DIY home decor to scrapbooking. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, but went to college in Texas where she met her husband. Married for 17 years, they've moved eight times, and the latest has them in Central Ohio. She is always ready to travel and is enjoying exploring a new part of the country. Christine loves math, cooking, coffee, and a yummy bowl of ice cream. Christine’s style is whimsical and colorful with clean lines, but she loves to mess around with the latest trends. She's always on the lookout for a clever twist to add to a project or technique to make it her own. She's been lucky enough to serve on design teams for numerous manufacturers and has been published in both print and online magazines. She's taught classes for local stores, taught kid’s classes at schools, and regularly creates videos for her new YouTube channel. Christine is a social butterfly and loves to connect with friends and crafters from around the world through social media. Connect with Christine at Scrapping with Christine

Getting Edge-to-Edge Coverage Using Adhesive Sheets

Which adhesive and how much should you use? When scrapbooking, we don’t always need to cover each element completely with adhesive, but there are times when getting thorough coverage is important! If you use small and detailed die cuts or … Continue reading

A Comparison of 3D Foam Circles and 3D Foam Squares

Do you ever wonder why you might possibly need both 3D Foam Squares and 3D Foam Circles? They both add dimension to your projects and made of the same awesome uncrushable, high density foam, with permanent adhesive on both sides. … Continue reading

Adhesives for Unique Shapes

Have you ever looked at all the elements you want to include in a project and realized you have a lot of unique shapes?  That was the case for me today!  I was using this collection with a lot of … Continue reading

Repositionable Adhesives in a Bullet Journal

Bullet Journaling has taken a special place for me in my Paper Crafting time.  It serves both as practical and creative planning and journaling time.  Today I am going to give you a peek into both sides of that as … Continue reading

Adhesive Masking Background Technique

Once I get on a technique kick…I have a hard time not incorporating it into my projects or looking for other ways to use it.  Today’s technique is one you’ve seen me do recently and as I did it, I … Continue reading

Traveler’s Notebook Adhesives

A Traveler’s Notebook is a great way to capture your memories on a smaller scale and keep them contained in one area.  Adhesives don’t have to change dramatically for this scale but I do have some ideas for you on … Continue reading

Background Technique with the E-Z Runner Grand

Few things are more enjoyable or satisfying in the scrapbook layout process than creating your own background.  Especially when you get to use your adhesive in unexpected ways!  Join me today as I walk you thru how to create a … Continue reading

How to Add A Shaker Element to a Scrapbook Layout

What is one thing you look to achieve as you are designing a scrapbook layout?  Of course, there are the memories being captured and the photos shining, but when you go beyond that, what’s your design goal.  For me, it’s … Continue reading

DIY Planner Pocket with Repositionable Adhesive Dots

Have you ever looked at your planner and knew you needed to add something?  I was looking for a way to add a pocket that closes as I needed a place to store my more important receipts and notes that … Continue reading

Adhesive Details to Make Your Layout Shine

What do you use to add special details to your projects? If you’re anything like me, there’s always some a clever twist to a product, you just have to find it! Christine joining you today to show how I used … Continue reading