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Basket Raffle Giveaway 2019 | Sandpaper Road

Support the Wayne County Performing Arts Council and try your luck at winning this massive basket of cardmaking and scrapbooking goodies donated by Sandpaper Road! Raffle tickets on sale at all performances of The Lion King Jr., opening June 14th! #sandpaperroad #lionking #cardmaking #scrapbooking #mixedmedia #basketraffle #wacpac #lionkingjr

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Showers of Blessings Distress Oxide Card Design Team Project for Maymay Made It

Make an EASY card with Maymay Made It stamps and Distress Oxide Ink! Perfect for spring, Mother's Day, or even Women's Day Event gifts and favors! See close-ups and details on the Maymay Made It blog! #maymaymadeit #showersofblessings #sandpaperroad #distressoxideink #distressoxidetechniques #cardmaking #cardmakingtechniques #cardmaker #mixedmedia #womensdayideas #springcards #mothersdaycards #rainydayideas

cardmaking, Inspiration to get more done, scrapbooking, Use What You Have

Ultimate Craft Area Tips & Tricks: Sorting Paper Scraps

Are you drowning in a sea of cardstock and patterned paper? How do you deal with paper scraps? Now, for the real question: Are you HAPPY with the way you deal with paper scraps? Does your system make your crafting life easier? I made some major changes in my paper organization, although they really aren't noticeable to anyone besides me. Here are the 3 main changes I made...

Greeting Cards

EASY DIY Baby Card or Birth Announcement using Papertrey Ink “Onesie Die”

Papercraft like a PRO using the "Onesie" die from Papertrey Ink! It's QUICK and EASY! Watch the complete video tutorial here:   1. Start with 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" colored cardstock and 1 sheet 8.5" x 11" white cardstock. Cut the colored cardstock in half, lengthwise. Then fold ONE of the colored halves in… Continue reading EASY DIY Baby Card or Birth Announcement using Papertrey Ink “Onesie Die”

Inspiration to get more done

Inspiration to get more done – Finishing half-done cards

Be inspired to get more done! Finish half-done greeting cards with supplies you already have on hand. Today I completed 12 "card starts" in one sitting without leaving my craft table!