• Craft Month ScrapMaBob Contest


    Happy Craft Month!!  This Month we are doing a giveaway like no other giveaway we have ever done before!  We are asking you to CRAFT!  Yes you heard us right, only to accommodate everyone we are creating a few restrictions that the odds may ever be in your favor!

    What you will win:

    • $100 Michaels Gift Card!
    • ScrapMaBob
    • ScrapMaBob Caddy

    What you have to do:

    • Create your own ScrapMaBob basket! (Sew it or Glue gun it!)
    • Post it on some form of social media and Tag us
    • Add #ScrapMaBob in your post

    There will be one winner chosen on the last day of the competition.  The most creative one will win!  You DO NOT need to have a ScrapMaBob to win, you only need to create the most amazing basket your brain puts together!  It will run for two weeks ending on MARCH 20th.  The earlier you get it done, the more time we have to fall in love with it...

    ScrapMaBob Glue Gun Tutorial (Sewing ideas at bottom)

    To make my burlap Scrapmabob using a glue gun, this is all I needed, plus a little extra ribbon:

    Glue gun, scissors, ribbon, bias tape, button, foam heart, flower appliqués, and burlap (or any other material you would like to try).  I made my pattern out of printer paper .FullSizeRender

    Decorate it any way you please!FullSizeRender-2FullSizeRender-4FullSizeRender-5IMG_0719

    Use bias tape on the right smaller end of rectangle.  This will strengthen the seam when you glue the two ends together.IMG_0722IMG_0723IMG_0724IMG_0725

    Glue ends together to form your Scrapmabob shell.IMG_0727

    Glue top edge down about a 1/2 inch to form your folded, clean edge.IMG_0728IMG_0730

    Cut 6 -3 inch strips of ribbon for the loop holders.  1 - 1 1/2 inch ribbon looks best.  Measure and pin looped ribbon evenly spaced around top of Scrapmabob shell.IMG_0733

    Turn shell INSIDE OUT and glue to the shell.IMG_0734

    With shell still INSIDE OUT pin burlap circle right sides together.  Trim circle piece to fit the shell.IMG_0735

    Glue gun circle to shell and then glue a little on the edges to prevent fraying.IMG_0736

    Turn RIGHT SIDE OUT and your new Scrapmabob is done.  Attach to Scrapmabob ring and enjoy!IMG_0737


    Sewing Tutorial for ScrapMaBob

    The steps are similar to the glue gun.  For this I used an old flannel shirt.  Sizes and measurements are all found in the pictures below.  Get creative!

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    We are excited to see your creations!  If you have any question email us at:


    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On March 6, 2015 by The Original ScrapBox

  • Valentine's Day Love

     The Love Triangle Begins

    The Metal WorkBox (AKA the ManBox) has a tough decision to make for his Valentine this year.  Should he choose the Ergo box that offers a crisp clean outer finish, budget sensitive, and filled with inner beauty or should he choose the White BeadBoard that offers beauty both inside and out?Billionaire, Millionaire, and CEO Mansions of the Day

    The ManBox only has one rose to give and Valentines day is coming fast... Who will he choose?

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    By the moon as I sit to seek your glory,

    The white roses I see, creates a new story.

    Seasons are many, their reason few.

    What remains is that I will always love you!


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    The Ergo has many amazing features and the ManBox can feel something special with her.



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    But... the White Beadboard had tickets to a romantic land the ManBox just couldn't turn down for the holiday weekend.

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    To see these products with pricing and features go to the following links and find your own LOVE:

    ManBox       Ergo WorkBox        White Beadboard WorkBox

    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On February 9, 2015 by The Original ScrapBox

  • Red Velvet Cream Cheese Thumbprints



    Ok, hold the phone! These look delicious!!! So you may need to hit the gym after you are done with these little babies, it's worth it!

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    I'm pretty sure that these are my new musthaves for the holiday season! Here is the recipe!

    Red Velvet Cream Chesse Thumbprints

    yield: 2-3 DOZEN



    1 cup butter, softened

    1/2 cup brown sugar

    1 egg yolk*

    1 tsp vanilla extract

    2 cups all-purpose flour

    4 tsp red food coloring

    2 tsp cocoa powder

    1/2 cup granulated sugar or sanding sugar*


    4 ounces cream cheese, softened

    1 egg yolk*

    1/4 cup sugar

    1/8 tsp salt

    1/4 tsp vanilla



    Preheat oven to 300ºF. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.

    Beat together the butter, brown sugar, egg yolk, and vanilla until light and fluffy. Mix in the flour, food coloring, and cocoa powder until soft dough forms.

    Scoop out the dough by heaping tablespoons and roll them in the sugar* before placing on the prepared baking sheet (about 2 inches apart). Use the back of a round teaspoon to make a small indentation in the cookie dough.

    Bake for 10 minutes.

    Meanwhile, make the filling: using an electric mixer or small food processor, beat together the cream cheese, egg yolk, sugar, salt, and vanilla until smooth.

    After the first 10 minutes of baking, use the back of a round teaspoon to deepen the indentation in the cookies. Spoon a teaspoon of the filling into each indentation. Bake for an additional 12 minutes, until filling is set.

    Let cool completely before serving. Store covered and chilled.

    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 15, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • DIY Kids Seesaw!

    Technology has taken over these days, and because of that, gifts for your kids can get pretty expensive. Let's give them some old fashioned fun for under $30! Take a look at how you can make this seesaw for a great gift!


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    Visit Classy Clutter's page for full instructions on this creation. It only takes about 2 hours from start to finish!

    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 7, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • Christmas Peppermint Patties

    You're going to love this recipe! Super easy to make and so festive. Your neighbors and friends will love this little gift!




    • 1/4 cup butter, softened
    • 1/3 cup light corn syrup
    • 4 cups powdered sugar, divided
    • 1 - 2 tsp peppermint extract or mint extract OR any other extract you want
    • food coloring - preferably gel or paste
    • 1/2 cup granulated sugar (to roll balls in)


    1. Combine butter and corn syrup together in a small bowl.
    2. Add 2 cups powdered sugar and your choice of extract and beat until well combined. Add extract 1/2 teaspoon at a time until the mixture reaches your desired flavor.
    3. Stir in an additional cup of powdered sugar.
    4. Turn bowl onto a cutting board sprinkled with last cup of powdered sugar.
    5. Knead the mixture until sugar is absorbed and is completely smooth.
    6. Divide dough into three portions.
    7. Tint one portion red with the red food color/gel and one green. Leave one portion white.
    8. Shape into 3/4 inch balls and roll in granulated sugar.
    9. Flatten gently with a fork.
    10. Let candies stand, uncovered, at room temperature for 1 day.
    11. Store in an airtight container.
    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 6, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • Gifts for {Him}

    Ok, so gift giving for men is never an easy process! Luckily for us, Suburble made it a little easier this holiday season! Here is a great one that he is sure to love!



    Adapted from Chopinandmysaucepan originally from The Wannabe Chef and the Food Network.

    • 500g/1 pound bacon
    • 1.5 tablespoons good quality sea salt
    • 2 teaspoons ground black pepper

      Step 1 - Preheat oven to 180C/350F and place a rack on top of a baking tray (line with foil if you want to minimise the cleaning necessary). Cook bacon for 15-20 minutes checking after 15 minutes and drain on paper towels removing any excess fat.

    • Step 2 - Cool slightly and then place the bacon, salt and pepper in a food processor and blitz until fine (or as fine as you want). Store in the fridge in an airtight container and extend the life of this by using a clean spoon every time you use it.
    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 5, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • DIY Holiday Cards

    By request, our day 3 DIY project is Christmas cards! For this post, we have three different cards that are all very easy so when you have to make 100 of them, it won't take all that long! To find more of these cards and to visit the blogs that we were inspired from, visit http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/49-awesome-diy-holiday-cards?sub=1897995_725407

    Now onto card making!

    Ornament Card

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    Supplies: Papertrey Ink cardstock and stamps; buttons by Papertrey Ink & BasicGrey; misc. gemstones.

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    Cardstock: PTI (vintage cream)
    Patterned paper: Jillibean Soup, October Afternoon
    Stamp: PTI (sentiment from Faux Ribbon)
    Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black
    Fiber: Bazzill floss

    Reindeer Card

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    This could even be turned into a canvas and would look GREAT with the snow globes that we made yesterday!

    Supplies: glitter of choice, Elmer’s glue, small paint brush, pencil, scissors, toothpicks, download a deer template or make your own, hairspray

    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 4, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • Mason Jar Snow Globes

    It's day 2 of the 24 Days of Christmas! Today's tutorial is on these super cute mason jar snow globes. I have a little bit of a mason jar obsession, they just make everything look so cute! These little beauties can be gifted, or used for great decoration in your home. The best part is, you can put anything that your heart desires inside. Use this technique for other holidays too! Ok, now let's get crafting!

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    Here is a quick tutorial on how to make these cute decorations. Many of you already have several vintage mason jars and jelly jars, but you can find them at any major grocery or home goods store. At the Dollar Tree store, pick up four glass candlesticks for $1 each. For the trees, you can find them at Michaels Craft Store. It is a large bag of bottle brush Christmas Trees... and also some iridescent glitter and a bag of fake snow. Finally, you will need some paint if you would like to paint your candlesticks.

    You can use Martha Stewart all purpose craft paint (works on wood, glass, metal, all surfaces), or something similar to paint all of the lids and the glass candlesticks that will be used as pedestals for some of the jars.

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    Paint a soft aqua blue color for the first coat of paint, then follow up a second coat with a pearl color to give them an icy look.

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    After all of the lids and bases are painted and dry, glue the trees to the inside of the lids (leaving enough room to screw the lids back on their jar).  Then glue some of the lids to the pedestals you painted. Use Gorilla glue since it is waterproof and super strong. (Note: You must follow gorilla glue instructions for use).

    After the glue dries, put about an inch of the faux snow (called Frosty Snow) and sprinkle a bit of glitter into each of the jars.  Then, screw them onto each of their lids.

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    And there you have it! You have made yourself a cute little snow globe!!

    For more cute holiday decorating ideas, go to http://www.anyonecandecorate.blogspot.com/ and check out her really cute ideas!

    Happy Crafting!



    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 3, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • 24 Days of Christmas

    Can you believe it is already December? Time has flown by this year! We are going to do something new for this holiday season that we have never done before, The 24 Days of Christmas! Each day, we will have a new DIY project that you can do at home and give as a gift! Here it goes for day one! DIY Christmas Kitchen Towels!


    These make the perfect gift and are so easy! Here is how its done...

    Supplies Needed:

    • Towels to embellish {I found mine at Joann’s and used a 40% off coupon.}
    • Trim {I bought two yards of each and had a little left over after decorating three towels.}
    • Thread to match trim
    • Fray check
    • Scissors and basic  sewing supplies
    • Sewing Machine
    • Iron
    • Pin trim to the towel using a ruler to make sure each row is straight. I tucked about 1/2″ under on each side of the towel.
    • Stitch each row in place. Trim threads carefully. Use fray check or another anti-fray product on the trim’s raw edges.
    • Wash and dry the towels and they come out perfectly. Iron them and tie two together to gift.SOOO easy, and so cute!! Head on over to www.myblessedlife.net for more DIY Christmas ideas!!
    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On December 2, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

  • Black Friday!!



    BLACK FRIDAY IS HERE!!! Don't miss out on this amazing deal! Buy a Workbox at regular price
    (excludes Ergo) and get one of the three above listed desks for free!!!

    This entry was posted in Scrapbox
    On November 26, 2014 by The Original ScrapBox

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