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...
Tempted to subscribe to a monthly scrapbooking or cardmaking kit club? Subscription kits are an amazing way to build your stash when you are just starting out. They also, however, are amazing ways for some companies to suck you into their endless lure of accumulating craft supplies you do not need, will not use and cannot afford. Here are 5 signs that the subscription kit you are considering MIGHT be a waste of money...
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!
You may be using Pinterest for crafty inspiration, but chances are you are NOT using it for THIS!
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...
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™.
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!
The problem is NOT your artistic ability... it's probably just your color combination.
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.
This 5" x 7" card was created using products by Ranger Ink (featuring Wendy Vecchi's Studio 490 "Stamp-it-Stencil-it" set, Circle Collage background stamp and Crackled Texture Paste; Tim Holtz's Distress Oxide Inks, Distress Spray Stain, Distress Ink and Distress Stickles and "Festive" stencil; and Dyan Reaveley's Dylusions Ink Spray and "Curious Corrin" stamp set).