Monday, September 22, 2014

Craft Project Central: Stained Glass Lantern & Card


Brighten up your fall décor with this lovely and bright stained glass lantern. The jewel toned windows are sure to brighten up your space. Give this lovely lantern as a gift to someone extra special with the matching card.

This beautiful project was created by Amanda Corbet. You can get the full tutorial for this project when you subscribe to Craft Project Central for September. While you are there, be sure to leave Amanda a comment for the lovely project she created.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Craft Project Central: Tap, Tap, Tap Screen Card & Journal


This fun screen card can be altered to any occasion you like!  These cards are easy to assemble and are definitely a “wow card”.  The coordinating Journal just adds the right touch!

This project was created by Laurie Zoellmer. You can get the full tutorial for this project when you subscribe to Craft Project Central for September. While you are there, be sure to leave Laurie a comment for the fun project she created.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Money Makes Me Smile

I bet that got your attention! Keeping up with our theme this month at the My Pumpkin Challenge: What makes you smile? Well, yes, money makes me smile. Do you remember, getting a birthday card from grandma with some cash in it....score! I enjoy getting well thought out gifts, but you can't go wrong with cash. So, how about making a cute money holder for a fun presentation! Here is my twist on changing up the August Paper Pumpkin kit.


Show me the money!


I glued two of the mini cards cards from the kit together, to make three panels, a tri-fold. Then I cut off an equal amount off each outside flap, so the ends would close in the center. You can see in the top photo, I attached the brads to pieces I cut off, then I popped them up with dimensionals.

For the inside, I stamped the words It's Your Birthday at the top. To make the money pocket, I scored approximately 1/4" on each side of the die cut star card (that was included in the kit) and adhered it to the center of the card. I rolled up some cash so you could see George Washington's face in the center of the star. I know, I only had dollars laying around for this sample! When you fold/roll the cash, it stays put quite nice.

The Paper Pumpkin kit made it very easy to make this quick project. Everything I used was from the Paper Pumpkin kit. We would love to see what you have created using your Paper Pumpkin kits. It is fun to get new ideas! Head over to see what the Design Team has created this week.

Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Craft Project Central: Butterfly Mobile & Card


Make this sweet butterfly mobile to decorate your craft room or give it away as a special present to a sweet friend who likes butterflies. It’s easy to change the theme and make this mobile for a baby shower or as a wedding decoration. Great for a stamp camp or as a class project.

This project was created by Monika Davis. You can get the full tutorial for this project when you subscribe to Craft Project Central for September. While you are there, be sure to leave Monika a comment for the lovely project she created.
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