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By Doris Sander Patterned Paper is a beautiful, versatile, and inexpensive scrapbook product. One of my favorite ways to work with it is to cut or tear the paper in strips.
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From my 2008 Week In The Life Album. Next week, from Monday through Sunday, I will be documenting a week in my life with photos + words and I invite you to play along. (You could even begin today or tomorrow if you wanted – there is no reason it has to be Monday through Sunday vs.
I'm in love with this project to make a mini album out of paper bags, so thought I'd share: http://www.karacterkrafts.com/page.asp?i d=project Because I know it'll 'go away' eventually when the next new project is shared - here's the details: The current featured customer is Bex , who has made this stunning paper bag scrapbook! First step to make a Paper bag album: Tools needed:
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Paper Relics was created by Hope Wallace Karney in 2004. Little did she know that her love of old paper and glue would turn into a full time job. Hope grew up nurturing a huge imagination, which, coupled with her sentimental tendencies have helped her develop a unique product line.
I know, I seem to be on a background paper kick lately. I've been working on ATC cards for a swap so that's why I've been experimenting with them. I'll share my ATC's before I mail them off :) Anyway, today I have a really quick technique that offers up WAY cool results ~ Wax Paper Resist. It takes very little supplies ~ probably most of you already have ~ a small amount of time and it does require you to get a little inky ;) At least if you're like me it does - LOL!! Yes, I'm a bit messy!
Sometime awhile back, I had a fun idea to make a book of tags for one month. (Read all about it here .) From time to time, I've received requests for more tags, and I finally got off my duff this weekend and made a complete set.
With your desk all piled with bits and pieces ready to go, here’s the last prompt: your finishing notes! Download them here. When you’ve completed your little book, please take a picture or two and post a link in the comments here. I’d love to put together a little gallery and share how everyone made the project their own.
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