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Twelve Days of Gift Giving – Three Ways to Finish a Basic Gift Bag

This post is part 2 of 13 for Twelve Days of Gift Giving

This post is part 2 of 13 for Twelve Days of Gift GivingHello everyone! Welcome to Day 1 of Waffle Flower Crafts Twelve Days of Gift Giving event! If you are new to paper crafting, please check out our Scoring Board Basics to get started. Hello everyone! It’s Nina here! I feel like I own you guys a tutorial on using our products to enhance some basic craft projects. So in today’s post, I’m featuring the good old tool for a paper crafter: a basic scoring board and I will share three ideas to make the basic gift bag fancy! Three Ways to Finish a Scoring Board Gift Bag I used Scor-pal in my tutorial but all three products mentioned in our Scoring Board Basics post can be used for this project. You will need the following to make the bag: – Scoring Board (12″x12″ or bigger) – Letter-size Cardstock (8-1/2″ x 11″) – Scissors – Glue You will need […]

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[Tutorial] Easter Triangle Containers + Five Winners

Hello everyone! I am excited to share one of my three projects that were published in Paper Crafts Handmade Home Decor magazine. Triangle containers for Spring. I thought it was my phone stand idea that got them in! lol OK, for eggs or for phones, here is how to make them! As easy as 1, 2, 3! 1. Trim paper into three 4″ squares, score and fold diagonally. 2. Score and fold each piece as shown. 3. Tuck each corner into the corner of the next piece, creating the container. What? The bow ties look familiar? Oh yes, they are from a printable pattern I shared here. I was so excited to see my blog URL in the supply list! WINNERS Birthday Giveaways Random Winners are: Lawn Fawn Sally’s ABC goes to: Paper Smooches Birthday Sampler goes to: Neat and Tangled On the Strip 2 goes to: Congrats Winners! I will email […]

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[Tutorial] Heart Banner for Valentine’s Day + Giveaway + Discount Code

Hello everyone! I can’t believe that Valentine’s Day is just a week away. My 2013 has been WILD! I have a small tutorial today for a quick heart banner. I made it within 10 minutes:) The finished heart is about 8-1/2″ – a good size for home decorations. This is also a great way to use some of the pretty paper we’ve been hoarding collecting. I used my favorite V Day collection of all time: With Love by Pebbles. Here is what you will need for this project: 12×12 Paper Craft Pins Twine A scoring board (Scor-pal, Martha Stewart Scoring Board, Score-it…) Cut paper to 4″ x 12″. This is the front of the paper I am using. Step 1. On the back of the paper, score at 6″ and make a small mark at 2″ as shown: Step 2. Flip paper, align the 2″ mark and the bottom of the 6″ […]

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[Gift Idea] Handmade 3D Desktop Cube Calendar Tutorial

Hello everyone! I have a 3D project to share today! Desktop Cube Calendar! It can be a great gift to give during the new year or just some happy craft time alone or with your kids! It was quick and easy to adhere the stickers to the cubes but the dimensional stickers I used ended up making one of the cubes taller than the others: So I turned to my trusty stamps! You can see clearly on this kraft/white version that I made my own cubes (find my 2-min video tutorial here and original post here, using the exactly same mesurements as stated in the video but close the bottom with an extra piece of 2×2 paper instead of leaving it open.)  Recipe 1. 2″ craft cubes or cardstocks for making your own (tutorial as linked above) 2. Stickers (flat ones recommended, make sure you have at least 5 As) […]

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[2 min Video Tutorial] Quick & Easy Take-out Boxes for Hampton Art & Scor-pal Feature Week

Hello everyone! Today I am featured for the Hampton Art & Scor-pal Week! You can check out all the projects and the giveaway details here! The winner will be announced on Monday the 19th. I am a long time Scor-pal fan and I am very excited to play with the new Scor-Envi they just came out with. And here is what I have for you today: quick and easy take-out boxes! Finish one in 5 minutes! My inspiration is the cute Tiny Take Out Box designed by Beate Johns. I am lazy so my version involves no cutting or gluing and can be followed very loosely. Watch the tutorial in HD on Youtube or below: Just cut your paper to a square (I used 5-1/2″ squares for my projects), put it against the scor-pal & Scor-envi as shown below; score two vertical lines (7″ and 9″ for the square boxes; 7-1/4″ […]

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KI Memories Flashback Paper and Stamps

New Hampton Art DT Box Arrived!

Hello everyone! Every quarter, Hampton Art sends each of us design team girls a huge box of goodies for our DT assignments. I am very excited to share some photos of what were in my box :) Some of them will be in my giveaways next month:) First up: KI Memories new collection: Flashback! (Sorry about the dark photos, my light tent is too small for these beautiful 12×12 paper; you can click on each photo to view it with more detail) I am so happy that KI Memories is now a part of Hampton Art. Look at the colors and the patterns! This new line made my heart skip a beat! lol Below is a photo of the special lace papers (clear windowed film strips, polaroids, doily lace with jewels), borders (shaped and glittered) and super cute paper tapes: Second, wood-mount stamps for Christmas! Beautiful wreaths, sentiments, santas, reindeers, […]

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Tie-m to Celebrate – Bow Ties Template

Download the template: .pdf (free) I first found the 3D Paper Bow Tutorial on Heidi Van Laar’s blog. If you want to create your own pattern, be sure to check out her blog (A fantastic card designer too!). I went ahead and drew a printable bow ties template for the variation: Download the template: .pdf (free) Assemble: How I added it to the candy wrap: I could not help but take a photo of them sitting in front of my computer:) Aren’t they the cutest? Now it is really a Tie-m to Celebrate! :) Have Fun! We now have a craft die in our store that will help you make some cute bow ties from both paper and felt! Check it out here:

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