Chances are, if you have been papercrafting for a while, it is no doubt that you have a collection of heavy-duty paper punches stashed with your craft supplies. These often cumbersome (and sometimes, HEAVY) punches are slowly being overtaken by the die shape, which is much easier for storage and travel. But, those punches are certainly NOT EXTINCT!
You may be using Pinterest for crafty inspiration, but chances are you are NOT using it for THIS!
Check out these scrapbook pages and cards and be inspired! Today I want to share the projects I made with the paper I chose using the Sandpaper Road Formula™.
If you are guilty of being more of a "collector of supplies" than an actual papercrafter, the Sandpaper Road Formula™ will help you get through your mountains of supplies.
Thinking about trying to make a shaker card, but don't want to purchase a bunch of acetate sheets? Save your plastic take out containers instead!
The problem is NOT your artistic ability... it's probably just your color combination.
I have yet to experience failure with the Sandpaper Road Formula™. And it works for EVERYONE, from the beginner to the seasoned papercrafter.
Create an 8" x 8" scrapbook album (WITH page protectors!) using a few basic items you probably already have on hand. This album is perfect for quick and easy gift-giving, commemorating a particular event, weekend or sports season, and it even makes a great display or conversation piece for a milestone birthday or retirement party! Supplies you will need...
If you have a die cutting machine, most likely you have had every intention of using the negative space ("leftover" paper or cardstock) for a new project. But often, those negative space cutouts end up in a huge pile of "cutout confusion". Here are 5 tips for using your die cut scraps!