Craft Product Demos, Featured Manufacturer

How to use the Pixie Puffer (and Pixie Dust) from Creek Bank Creations

One way to extend your paper-piecing dies is to use a fine dust of glitter only on PARTS of the die. The trick is to die cut from a tape sandwich whatever it is you want glittered. Then, I use the Creek Bank Creations Pixie Puffer and Pixie Dust on top. #sandpaperroad #creekbankcreations #glitterdust #paperpiecing #cardmaking #cardmakingtutorials #scrapbooking #cardmakingideas #diecuttingtechniques #mixedmedia #mixedmediaart #dryglitter #glitter #glittertips #glittertechniques

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cardmaking, Craft Product Demos, Featured Manufacturer, Papercraft Like a Pro

Easy Gatefold Card | Creek Bank Creations Diagonal Gatefold Die Set

Today I am sharing an EASY Gatefold Card using the Diagonal Gatefold Card Die Set by Creek Bank Creations. I am totally addicted to this die set right now! It scores and cuts cardstock in one swipe to make the perfect fold-out card. AND, it fits inside an A2-sized envelope! #creekbankcreations #sandpaperroad #gatefoldcard

cardmaking, Craft Product Demos, Featured Manufacturer, Greeting Cards

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...

cardmaking, Mixed Media Art, scrapbooking

Academy of Scrapbooking and Arts, Ltd. Entries by Sandpaper Road 2018-2019

Sandpaper Road is proud to be a contestant in the CONTINENTAL PHASE in 2 CATEGORIES! PLEASE VOTE! All voting is done ONLINE between January 14 and January 17, 2019 ONLY) - HERE'S HOW TO VOTE: 1. Log in to http://www.academyscrapart.com 2. Click "Vote Now" from the dashboard. 3. Select continent (North America + Antarctica) and category (PRO). 4. PLEASE vote!

Greeting Cards, Papercraft Like a Pro

Easy Glitter Tape Technique Using Creek Bank Creations dies

Fall in love with your glitter all over again and make beautiful cards that look like you spent hours at your craft table! In only a few moments, and with only a few supplies, you can create projects just like the holiday card I created today. Start with some basics: cardstock, glitter, double-sided adhesive tape and dies...

4 Supplies - 4 Cards, Featured Manufacturer, Greeting Cards

4 Supplies – 4 Cards by Sandpaper Road |Creek Bank Creations “Happy” Panel Die

Watch Sandpaper Road use 4 supplies to create 4 cards! Today's cards feature the "Happy Happy Happy" Panel Die by Creek Bank Creations.

Greeting Cards, Use What You Have

Use What You Have | Happy Birthday Shaker Card Using a Plastic Container

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!

Featured Manufacturer, scrapbooking

12×12 Scrapbook Layout with Hidden 6×6 Page | Creek Bank Creations Slit Dies

An easy way to make more use of your 12"x12" scrapbook layout space is to hide extra pages "inside" your layouts. And the Slit Die Set from Creek Bank Creations makes it easy to create hidden pages for journaling or extra photos. First, you will need... READ MORE

Craft Product Demos, Featured Manufacturer

Un-du Adhesive Remover | Time Test | Avoiding “Sticky” Mistakes

The claim to fame is that dousing your precious photos in this Un-Du liquid (which the packaging, by the way, says is "flammable") will not harm your papers or photos. So, I broke down and bought some Un-Du to give it my OWN test.