Sandpaper Road is hosting a June giveaway! ONE LUCKY PERSON will receive the complete Craft O'Clock "Lavender Hills" paper collection, including: one full 12" x 12" collection, one full 8" x 8" set, 1 full 6" x 6" set, one full set of pre-cut die cuts, 1 full set of "quotes in frames", 1 full set of 16 pre-cut quotes and one full page of "extras to cut" (a $48 USD total value)! Giveaway ENDS Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 11:59pm (EST). USA only. Read more for details... #sandpaperroad #craftoclock #craftoclockpaper #lavenderhills #lavender #giveaway #12x12 #6x6 #8x8 #fussycutting #fussycut #fussycuttersclub #scrapbooking #scrapbooksupplies #scrapbook #scrapbookingideas #scrapbooklayout #cardmaking #cardmakingideas #cardmakinghobby #cardmakingsuperpower #cardmakingfun #cardmakers #cardmakingsupplies #cardmakersofinstagram #papercrafting #diy #handmade
Sandpaper Road is hosting a giveaway! ONE LUCKY PERSON will receive the "FeliciTea" Paper Collection including one full 12" x 12" set, one full 6" x 6" set, one full set of pre-cut quotes and one full set of "extras to cut" (a $30 USD total value)! Giveaway ENDS Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 11:59pm (EST). USA only. Read more for details...
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...
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!
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!