Thursday, August 29, 2019

Town by the Sea - Diorama Card

Hi there crafters, hope you are enjoying the last days of summer!

Today I will be demonstrating how to create a diorama card using house dies from Village set by Paper Discovery (see the supply list below). This card can be folded flat and sent in an envelope. 

Please scroll down for some close ups and a video tutorial! 


Tuesday, August 13, 2019

DIY notebook with SHAKER PAGE

Have you ever been fascinated with a patterned paper pad but didn't know what to do with it? Well this was the case with this oriental inspired blue and green pad by UHK Gallery and I guess I have found a solution! :) I have decided to create a DIY notebook.

A notebook is a great way to showcase papers and personalize each page by adding your own embellishments. Mine also has a couple of SHAKER PAGES! It's great for both journaling and scrapbooking and would make a perfect gift for anyone whether they are crafting or not.

In a VIDEO down below I will show you how I decorated each and every page and how I put the notebook together. It's going to be a long tutorial so grab a drink, relax and enjoy!


Friday, August 9, 2019

NO FRAME shaker cards

Hi crafty friends, 

Today I'm going to create a couple of shaker cards using a super fun technique that should definitely be more popular. It's a NO FRAME shaker card technique. 

To make a window open at one side you should have both panels of a shaker card connected. Watch the video tutorial down below for more explanations!


Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Adding Faux Ceramic Tiles to Papercrafting Projects

Hi paper crafters! 

In my last tutorial I was demonstrating how to make some faux ceramic tiles using stamps, dies and clear embossing powders. This time I'm going to talk about how to use those tiles on actual projects.

These tiles look just like ceramic but they are not nearly as heavy which makes them perfect for paper crafting. I have made 9 tiles and plates total. In this tutorial I'm going to create 5 simple projects and I'll use the remaining 4 next time on more advanced projects.

Watch the video tutorial below for a step by step guide! Have a wonderful week! See you again soon!