Pop Up Box Card with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends! I previously shared with you how to combine a mini album with a box. Why not combine a card with a box too? Today I’m sharing my Pop Up Box Card with Studio 75.     Pop Up Box Card with Studio 75 Before you get mad that I didn’t make a tutorial on how to create this pop up box card let me just say I had to make this card in a hurry but I promise to make a video tutorial in the future. But if you don’t want to wait you can find lots of tutorials online.       This card looks much more difficult than it is. The basic idea is to create a box with no bottom and with three strips in the center. These strips hold all the layers of cut out shapes you attach and gives the 3D look to the finished box. This card can be folded …

How to Create faux Leather Paper

Hi dear crafty friends! I love techniques. I love finding new ways to use old unwanted or unneeded things, namely recycling and reusing. Today I want to share with you How to Create faux Leather Paper. I used this technique to create the pages in the TP mini album that I recently sold.     How to Create faux Leather Paper This fun project started one day as I realized how many TP rolls we throw away all the time. I really wanted to do something with them. I’ve seen TP mini albums before but I wanted to do something different and incorporate a little mixed media, techniques and messiness. I also wanted a different look for the pages. So I came up with this easy and fabulous technique! I transformed all TP rolls to pocket pages that look like leather and believe it or not kind of feel like leather too. For the technique I used you only need water, Glycerin …

How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75

Hi dear crafty friends! I love giving cards that I made, but sometimes a regular card feels to little. So today I want to share How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75 which is a little more than a card. It has an option to be opened and stand on its own so it looks much more impressive and a great display.     How to Create an Easel Card with Studio 75 A easel card might look complicated but it’s really easy to create. 1. Start with a piece of 12 x 4 double sided cardstock. You need both sides of the cardstock because the other side will show when the card is standing. 2. Score on 6″ and 9″. Fold both fold line in the same direction.     3. Create a focal point to the card. I used three different sizes of circle scallop punches. I attached them with foam tape for extra dimension. Then …

Scrapbooking Tips: Use Your Kids Drawings

Hi dear crafty friends! Today on Scrapbooking Tips: Use Your Kids Drawings. When my kids were smaller and went to kindergarten Every week they brought a pile of their drawings home. As a mother I felt really bad throwing them away even though that pile of drawings grew higher and higher. I kept some of them and some of them I did throw away but some found their way to my layouts!     Scrapbooking Tips: Use Your Kids Drawings You probably ask yourselves how did I do that. Well, its actually very easy. First you find a drawing you like that has vibrant colors and a defines shapes. Then you scan it to your computer. The next step is to cut out the drawing you need. For that you would need a graphic program like Photoshop or something similar. You can also physically cut out the drawing from the paper and scan it after it’s cut.       …

Black background Mini Album

Hi dear crafty friends! Today i want to share with you my new Black background Mini Album. I realized that unless I’m working with Graphic 45 papers I don’t use black cardstock to construct my mini albums. So I decided to try it!     Black background Mini Album I decided to combine the black base of the mini album with a very floral paper collection especially for the coming spring. To my surprise it turned out really well. The black compliments the bright colors and makes them pop! In this 8×8 mini album I included all kinds of interactive mechanisms. I liked the black background so much I even left some of the pages and elements uncovered and only embellished.               How about you? have you ever created a Black background Mini Album? I hope you’ll find the right paper collection and try it. the result is really beautiful! Don’t miss out! Keep up …

How to Create a Circle Box

Hi dear crafty friends! We’ve agreed in the past that creating boxes is fun! It’s also not very complicated. However circle boxes are a different story. So today I want to show you How to Create a Circle Box in an easy way!     How to Create a Circle Box 1. Start with cutting three strips of double sided cardstock measuring 12″ x 3″. 2. Score each strip on the 1/2″ line lengthwise and fold.     3. Cut one of the strips in half on the 6″ line width wise. Attach one long strip to one short strip to form one long strip. Repeat with the other two pieces so you’ll end up with two long strips. Make sure that the fold lines are in the same direction. 4. Cut two circles: one 5 1/2″in diameter and the other 5 3/8″. The larger circle will form the lid and the smaller circle will form the bottom. 5. Cut …

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