Watch Sandpaper Road use 4 supplies to create 4 cards! Today's cards feature the "Happy Happy Happy" Panel Die by Creek Bank Creations.
Hopefully, this article will help you decide whether or not to embark on the journey of creating your own wedding invitations.
Check out these scrapbook pages and cards and be inspired! Today I want to share the projects I made with the paper I chose using the Sandpaper Road Formula™.
If you are guilty of being more of a "collector of supplies" than an actual papercrafter, the Sandpaper Road Formula™ will help you get through your mountains of supplies.
These painted glass jars are perfect for indoors or for outdoor patio decor. They are perfect for giving decorative holdiay "gifts-in-a-jar". Basically, they jazz up any area and they are SO EASY to create!
Today, we will be looking at how to create small chalkboard wedding signs that can be placed on a table or hung nearby. These signs can display menu or drink items or anything pertinent to the bride and groom's special day.
Think outside of the standard rectangle greeting card shape! Try this triangle-shaped card! #sandpaperroad #creativestampingmagazine
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!
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
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.