How To Create Paper Blossoms. Previous image Next image We've talked about using paper decorations to punch up a last minute party, but there are ways that you can incorporate paper into your everyday décor as well.
My favorite paper creations of late are tissue paper cherry blossoms, which are as pretty as they are easy to make.A few weeks ago I was charged with the task of decorating a ballroom for my daughter's school auction. The theme was cherry blossoms, and the result was magical…and budget friendly too! MATERIALS• Tree branches (branches with multiple off-shoots are best)• Tissue paper (A few sheets goes a long way. Typically I'm not a huge fan of faux flowers, but these are so fun to make and so sweet that I've happily made an exception for them in my home. Images: Leah Moss. Free Printable, Party Printable, Kawaii, Paper Crafts, Kids Crafts, Stationery, Printable.
Free Hi-Res Old Grunge Paper Textures. It’s time for another high resolution texture set. This time it’s all about grunge paper textures taken from old books. As a bonus there’s even a nice book cover texture for you to download. Due to the enormous size (about 7MB each) of the textures I will not offer a single zip file containing all the images.
Instead you have to individually download each texture by clicking on the preview. I hope you don’t mind. Books & Notebooks. My hero, soldier. Crafts Beautiful Magazine. Nona Designs - Dyan Reaveley "Dylusions" Stamps by Stampers Anonymous. Paper Layerz - The Coordinated Die-Cutting Paper for Layering Ease. Paper Layerz is the paper that makes coordinating die-cut shapes and layers from ANY die-cutting machine faster, cheaper and easier! Watch the video on the right to learn about how Paper Layerz can be fun and save you time and money!
The Coordinated Die Cutting Paperfor Easy Layering. Multiple Layers, One Sheet. Floral Print Home Decorating Ideas - Decorate with Floral Prints. Creative Papercrafts. Free Printable Storage Labels. Page corner bookmark for kids in Ideas for kids' crafts. Paper Jewels and other Crafty Gems. Inka Gold Tips & Techniques. Don't forget to scroll down the page to see all of the photos!
Inka Gold - all of the colors can be seen here ** Cut & Dry Foam ** NonStick Craft Sheet ** Stencils ** StazOn or Archival Inks if you want to stamp over Inka Gold ** Tags ** Visual Journals ** Vintaj metal shapes ** Ideaology metal shapes ** Brush set ** Dylusions Rubber stamps and Stampotique Originals stamps were used in the samples you see below. Hearts and stars, all chipboard, colored with Inka Gold. Simple and effective! This cutie's crown was colored with Inka Gold and is from the Tim Holtz Regal Adornments Ideaology set. I used my finger and applied the color to the high spots on the piece to allow some of the color of the metal to show in the deeper recesses. Vintaj and Ideaology metal pieces, all colored with Inka Gold. Crafter's Workshop #251 Branches Reversed stencil and Violet Inka Gold.
I love using Inka Gold with stencils. More Violet Inka Gold, this time with the Painted Lids stencil. Paper Phenomenon. Product Spotlight & Freebie Friday: Pink Paislee Vintage Vogue Collection Week 1…Enter To Win! This week’s Freebie Friday Give-Away comes from the Pink Paislee collection called “Vintage Vogue”.
We’re giving away a set of six Vintage Vogue 12″ x 12″ double sided patterned papers, and a package of Vintage Vogue Ephemera. For today’s Freebie Friday Video Tutorial, Tracy has created this “Friends” card using paper and elements from the Vintage Vogue Collection: Download the pdf handout here You can watch Tracy’s video here: In addition to the Friends card Tracy also created this Timeless Treasures card. We have a video tutorial and pdf handout for the Timeless Treasures card available to our Paper Crafter’s Library members. If you are not already receiving our weekly email newsletter, make sure you take a minute to sign up from the top right sidebar of our blog.
Paper embossing. Prairie Paper and Ink. Paper Covered Switch Plate « The Hybrid Chick. I’ve been working on revamping my powder room. New paint, some new art on the walls, it was all coming together. When Wendy released her Fleury kit this past month, I was seriously swooning! The colors were perfect for this room and I had to figure out a fun way to incorporate my favorite paper from that awesome kit. And then a light came on (pun somewhat intended!)
– - switch plate covers! Switch plate covers are such a neat, unexpected way to add a bit of personality to your room. You’re going to need: Fleury Kit by Wendy Page (or digital kit of your choice)Mod Podge (I used Glossy)pencilcutting mat & exacto knife (and/or sharp pointed scissors - I love my CutterBee scissors!) 1. 2. 3. 4. Note: You may want to lightly sand your switch plate here. 5. 6. 7. 8. Enjoy your fun little creation!! Other Articles by ccouch: