Commit to Christmas

Commit to Christmas | Creative Giving | The Gift Card

Forget the little overpriced "gift-card-sized" metal tin that sits next to all the gift cards. Make your own creative gift card holder this season! #giftcard #giftcardideas #christmas #christmasideas #giftideas #sandpaperroad #committochristmas

Mixed Media Art

So You Want to Try Mixed Media? Here’s What You Need to Start!

If you have NEVER tried mixed media before, here are some starter supplies you will NEED... #mixedmedia #beginner #mixedmediasupplies #whatismixedmedia #sandpaperroad

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Commit to Christmas – Do NOW and Avoid the December Rush

Determined to do more cardmaking or scrapbooking this Christmas season? Try these 5 tips NOW to avoid the December rush! #sandpaperroad #committochristmas #christmas #craftorganization #christmascardideas

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USE WHAT YOU HAVE – VINTAGE CRICUT – Episode 4 – VELLUM

So many ideas in Part 4 of the Use What You Have-Vintage Cricut Series over on the Sandpaper Road blog! Today's tips feature project ideas using VELLUM! #officialcricut #cricutideas #cricutbeginner #cricutexpression #cricutexpression2 #cricutoriginal #cricutcreations #cricutmade #sandpaperroad #usewhatyouhave #vintagecricut #scrapbooking #cardmaking #mixedmedia

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Commit to Christmas – Card Ideas 1 – Shaker Card Featuring Creek Bank Creations

Beyond just #christmasinjuly ! Commit to Christmas with Sandpaper Road this year! Check out Episode 1 of our Card Ideas! Sooooo much more to come! #sandpaperroad #committochristmas #cardmakersofinstagram #cardmaking #cardmakingideas #christmascardideas

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USE WHAT YOU HAVE – VINTAGE CRICUT – Episode 3 – SHADOW BLACKOUT

More inspiration for using your first edition "vintage" Cricut machine! Today's tips are all about using the "shadow blackout" feature! #officialcricut #cricutideas #cricutbeginner #cricutexpression #cricutexpression2 #cricutoriginal #cricutcreations #cricutmade #sandpaperroad #usewhatyouhave #vintagecricut #scrapbooking #cardmaking #mixedmedia

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USE WHAT YOU HAVE – VINTAGE CRICUT – Episode 2 – PATTERNED PAPER

More classic ideas combined with new inspiration for using your first edition "vintage" Cricut machine! Today's tips are all about patterned paper! #officialcricut #cricutideas #cricutbeginner #cricutexpression #cricutexpression2 #cricutoriginal #cricutcreations #cricutmade #sandpaperroad #usewhatyouhave #vintagecricut #scrapbooking #cardmaking #mixedmedia

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Use What You Have – Vintage Cricut – STACKING

When a product is well-made, it is made to last! Use what you have, and get more out of your "vintage" Cricut machine with these craft hacks! #officialcricut #cricutideas #cricutbeginner #cricutexpression #cricutexpression2 #cricutoriginal #cricutcreations #cricutmade #sandpaperroad #usewhatyouhave #vintagecricut #scrapbooking #cardmaking #mixedmedia

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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

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Shaker Card Inside Out Featuring Creek Bank Creations

Typically, we spend the majority of shaker card construction working on top of a cardstock panel. The "inside out" technique works with the actual card BASE during the whole construction, building the shaker down INSIDE the card. Do you ever notice that regular shaker cards are sometimes "top heavy"? You will see a big difference in the distribution of weight when you put the shaker INSIDE the card.