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Cute Food Card Using “Punny Snacks Stamp Set” by Kat Scrappiness

Today on the Sandpaper Road blog, I am sharing this CUTE card using the "Punny Snacks Stamp Set" by Kat Scrappiness. I absolutely LOVE to see inanimate objects with little faces on them. It completely cracks me up every time. Check out the process on the Sandpaper Road blog! #katscrappiness #sandpaperroad #foodwithfaces

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cardmaking, scrapbooking, Use What You Have

USE WHAT YOU HAVE by Sandpaper Road | Letter Sticker Sheets (part 2)

If your letter sticker (and letter "non-sticker") stash is a bit out of control, here are some ideas for using them up and creating beautiful projects, as well!

cardmaking, Craft Outfitting, Featured Manufacturer

Mini Craft Outfitting™ by Sandpaper Road Created for Maymay Made It | Coordinates with “Brewtiful” Stamp and Die Set

Today I am sharing a Design Team Project on the Maymay Made It blog - a Mini Craft Outfitting™ Pattern created EXCLUSIVELY for Maymay Made It! The pattern coordinates with the Maymay Made It "Brewtiful" Stamp and Die Set, and you won't find the pattern anywhere else! Easily make 5 cards in ONE SITTING with only a few supplies! No guessing or complicated sketch to follow. Just easy instructions and your creative ability (which is better than you think)! Give it a try! #maymaymadeit #sandpaperroadcreates

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John 3:16 Cross Card by Sandpaper Road | Maymay Made It | Design Team Project

For this project, I am using the "Risen" stamp set from MayMay Made It. This project is SO easy to make, even for a beginner! Check out the full process...

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Multi-Cultural Women Card by Sandpaper Road – Using Technique Junkies Stamps

Today, I am sharing a card I created a while back using the Beautiful Faces stamp set from Technique Junkies. This is a wonderful stamp set, and it has lots of possibilities!

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L-O-V-E Pop-Up Card by Sandpaper Road | Creek Bank Creations Stamps & Dies

I love that this card isn't made to have a feminine or a masculine feel. It is just a "LOVE" card, plain and simple. For this project, I am using the Creek Bank Creations Gift Card Pop-Up Die Set and Poppin' Up stamp sentiments. And this pop-up card is EASY to make, even for the beginner!

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

Inspiration to Get More Done – Easy Cards Using Paper Scraps

When I sit down to make cards or scrapbook layouts, it is as EASY as pie because I do all my creative thought about color and size beforehand! This way, my creative focus can be on how to USE these pieces or scraps, which is much more manageable for my brain! Here are some close-ups of these "scrap" cards...

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Holiday Coffee Card by Sandpaper Road – CHARITY BLOG HOP to benefit “The Coffee Oasis” – with Kat Scrappiness

Inspiration and lots of PRIZES! We are hoping that this blog hop will bring awareness to organizations such as Coffee Oasis and that we can raise a little money and support or them! Kat Scrappiness has pledged to donate 15% of all sales proceeds to Coffee Oasis and our other sponsors have all donated prizes to give away to all of you blog and youtube hoppers! So please visit them and show some support. You can also donate directly to Coffee Oasis here: http://kskat.com/donate. Even if you can only donate $1 or $5, it doesn't matter. Every little bit will help a kid in need.

Use What You Have

Use What You Have by Sandpaper Road | PAPER PUNCHES brought to life!

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!

Inspiration to get more done, Use What You Have

How you are NOT using Pinterest for cardmaking (but you SHOULD be!)

You may be using Pinterest for crafty inspiration, but chances are you are NOT using it for THIS!