Thursday, December 31, 2015

Baby's First Year Mini Scrapbook & Card!

December Bonus Project for Craft Project Central

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If you've got a new baby in the family, or a friend has had a baby, then you really should make this mini scrapbook for them. This mini scrapbook is a great little keepsake for the baby's first year. There is room for a picture of the baby for each of its first twelve months, along with two pockets to put little keepsakes in. This scrapbook shows a new way to use the Project Life Baby Girl Card Collection and Hello Baby Accessory Pack. It also features the Hello Baby Stamp Set. It can be customized for a baby boy by using the Project Life Baby Boy Card Collection instead. This would also make a great Project Life Class.

This adorable project was created by Christy Fulk. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Christy a comment on her project!

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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

End of Another Season!

Ahh yes, it is time to say goodbye to a Season of Giving. What a wonderful year of Paper Pumpkin creations. I am so happy you stop by to visit. I enjoy the ideas you share at the My Pumpkin Challenge. The Paper Pumpkin kits get better and better each month. I cannot wait to see what is in store for next year. For now, you can still share your Season of Giving creations over at the My Pumpkin Challenge. Thank you for sharing your creativity!

Thanks for stopping by. Be sure to visit next week for a whole new Challenge!

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Sewn Box & Cards Gift Set!


Do you love to sew and to do paper crafts?  If so, then this is the project for you!  In this project you’ll sew a gift box and some great cards to go in it!  Give the set as a gift (tag instructions included too!), to a crafty friend who will appreciate the time and creativity that you’ve put into this fun gift!

This lovely project was created by Michelle Wecksler. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Michelle a comment on her project!

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Monday, December 28, 2015

Snow Day Fun!


It’s 10 a.m. on a snow day. The snow is piling up outside and doesn’t look like it’s going to stop, and then you hear those three dreaded words – “Mom, I’m bored.” Keep your children entertained with this Snow Day Fun set. Use the Stampin’ Up! Snow Place bundle to create mix and match elements that will cling to the scenic background board. It’s simple enough for older children to create for younger siblings or neighbors, and smaller children will enjoy mixing the pieces to create cute snow scenes. Best of all, it’s durable enough to stand up to hours of use by tiny fingers. If you don’t have children, you can create this project for a friend who does and make a young child’s day. Instructions for a storage/gift box and a coordinating card are included. This would make a fun class for moms so they’ll be ready for that first snow day!

This creative project was created by Buffy Cooper. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Buffy a comment on her project!

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Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Meet Me Under the Mistletoe!

Christmas is just days away and I am still working on last minute projects! If you know me, my middle name should have been Procrastinatoria, or something like that. I think I work well under pressure. Thank goodness for my Paper Pumpkin kit though, it comes in handy for quick and easy cards. This week, I cut out a window to have the mistletoe hanging down for a fun alternative to this kit.

I hope your Holidays have been fun and full of grand memories, that is what it is all about! Don't forget to share your Paper Pumpkin creations over at the My Pumpkin Challenge. Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

No Bones about It...Quick and Easy Cards & Packaging!


This project includes two cards and two gift packaging ideas that are quick and easy…and no bones about it…they’re super cute, too!  The No Bones About It Stamp Set is featured and provides the dinosaur theme for each project…and Schoolhouse Designer Series Paper provides fresh, fun colors and patterns.  Those colors and patterns also bring the versatility that allows you to create for either the special little boy or girl in your life!  For a final finishing touch the matching envelopes are a cinch using the Envelope Punch Board.

This fun project was created by Sue Plote. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Sue a comment on her project!

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Monday, December 21, 2015

Handbag Card Set!

Everyone needs some pretty colors and flowers to get them through the cold winters, and this card set would definitely cheer them up! The cards are stored in a cute little handbag with pretty Antique Brads on the handles. The handbag can hold eight cards and envelopes. This tutorial includes two card designs made with the Remarkable You Stamp Set, and four of each design can be made to fill up the handbag. This would make a perfect gift, and a great class project.

This sweet project was created by Christy Fulk. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Christy a comment on her project!

Thanks for stopping by!


Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Water Colored Masculine Gift Card Set!


Have you ever wanted to try your hand at watercoloring but thought you couldn’t do it?  Here is your chance to give it a try using the masculine set The Wilderness Awaits and an Aqua Painter. The step-by-step instructions will show you how to make a wonderful set of four masculine cards with envelopes that fit right in the box that showcases your water colored creations that you can give away as a gift or keep for yourself.

This lovely project was created by Sara Hoogendoorn. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Sara a comment on her project!

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Counting Down!

I cannot believe there are only 9 days until Christmas. I need to finish my shopping. I also still need to address and send my Christmas cards. Thanks to my Paper Pumpkin kit, I have some cards ready to go! The November kit was so lovely and festive. Plus, I have seen so many wonderful alternatives. I hope you will share your creations over at the My Pumpkin Challenge. The Design Team has shared some beautiful cards this week. Be sure to take a peek!

I hope you have your ducks in a line this Holiday season. I hope to catch up this weekend. Thanks for stopping by.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Go Wild and Pamper Yourself!

I am happy to share the project I created this month for Craft Project Central!

This gift set is a mini spa day packaged in a coordinated kit. This set includes a nail file holder, a nail polish caddy, and chocolates that all fit inside a unique gift bag. There is also a matching gift card holder to add a little something extra. This spa day kit is perfect for that special person who deserves an indulgent gift. There is also a bonus recipe for a sugar scrub to add as an optional gift!

To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. Do you enjoy creating new projects or do you need ideas for your classes? Then Craft Project Central is perfect for you! Be sure to check it out.

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

"English Garden" Box & Cards!


Need a fantastic, useful, and attractive gift for someone special?  You will enjoy making this project, and the recipient will cherish it!  Create six pockets to hold an assortment of cards, a box to hold the pockets, and this tutorial also includes instructions for six assorted—coordinating—greeting cards to start filling the pockets.  Once you give this box of cards to a special someone, don’t forget to replenish the cards throughout the year on holidays, special occasions, or just because.  This ensemble would be great for a stamp camp.

This lovely project was created by Regina Andari. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Regina a comment on her project!

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Easy Holiday Cards with Paper Pumpkin!

Paper Pumpkin to the rescue! Do you need some holiday cards? Grab your latest Paper Pumpkin and get creating. The November kit was a festive kit. After you make the cards, use the stamps and any leftovers to make more cards and gift tags.

Do you need some ideas? Be sure to head over to the My Pumpkin Challenge. The Design Team has you covered with ways to change up your kit. Don't forget to share those lovelies with us!

Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, December 7, 2015

Everlasting Luminary Gift Set!


This sweet and sparkly little gift set is sure to please! Learn how to quickly, and elegantly, turn a battery-operated tea light into an everlasting décor piece. Then you’ll learn how to make the coordinating gift box that is the perfect custom size to fit the three tea lights. And the simple, but sweet card will make this the perfect hostess gift for those holiday drop-ins!

This beautiful project was created by Julie Beltramo. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Julie a comment on her project!

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Friday, December 4, 2015

Winter Holiday Punch Art Tag Set!

Punch art is a fun way to create images that you may not have stamps for, as well a great way to get extra mileage out of your punches. In this project we will create punch art images for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s Eve. Each of these images is part of a cute tag, and all of the tags fit nicely in a decorative box. Includes a matching card for gift giving. These fun punch art designs are great for a club or a class, or just a fun winter afternoon of crafting.

This fun project was created by Yapha Mason. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Yapha a comment on her project!

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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

2016 Calendar / Keepsake Book Gift Set

for Craft Project Central  
Are you looking for a thoughtful gift for a special person this Christmas or for an upcoming birthday? This 2016 Calendar/ Keepsake Book Gift Set is a wonderful choice! This calendar will not only look beautiful sitting on a desk or counter, but it will also turn into a keepsake book at the end of the year. There is space to write down goals for the New Year, record special memories and each month has a place for a treasured photo. The calendar and custom pen fit nicely inside the gorgeous gift box that doubles as storage when the year is done. And don’t forget to add the matching card! This lovely card is the perfect way to let your recipient know that you are thinking of them.

This beautiful project was created by Julie Warnick. To see this tutorial, head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the December projects. There are so many wonderful projects. If you have a moment, head over and leave Julie a comment on her project!

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