A LOVEly Canvas Banner

Posted on Sep 16, 2014 3:49:06 PM

Canvas Week

Day two of Canvas Week is LOVEly! Our design team member Christine created an adorable banner that she uses to decorate her craft space. She uses the Canvas Art Stickers in a most unusual way. Let's take a look!

Love Banner- Christine Meyer

How cute is this!? Christine used some clothes pins, rope, our Hipster Paper Pad, Blossom Paper Pad, Little Girl Paper Pad, and Daisies Canva Art Stickers to create the fun and easy project.

Love Banner- Christine Meyer

As if this project wasn't adorable enough, look at those kids! Beautiful!

Love Banner- Christine Meyer

Think about all the possibilities this banner has! You can switch out the photos as often as you want and change up the words for the seasons. We are planning our Paper House one right now!

Love Banner- Christine Meyer

The Canvas Art Stickers are just perfect for this! They offer some cushion for opening the clothes pins and bring a pop of color and content to the pins themselves. We have over 20 designs in the Canvas Art Stickers to coordinate with any theme!

If you love this project, head on over to Christine's blog. She has a lot more amaing layouts and projects you just have to see! Don't forget to stop by tomorrow for another great Canvas Art Sticker project, and don't forget to stock up while they are 20% off in the Store!

Paper House Hipster Paper PadPaper House Blossom Paper PadPaper House Little Girl Paper PadPaper House Daisies Canvas Art Stickers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cowboy Up!

Posted on Sep 15, 2014 10:36:00 AM

Paper House Canvas Week

Today kick off our full round of Canvas Week! Our design team has each made a project featuring our Canvas Art Stickers and all this week we are featuring them on the blog! We love these stickers and you are going to love all the things you can do with them! AND, as a special treat, all of our Canvas Art Stickers are 20% off in the shop! Stock up now!

Our Design Team member Bev starts the week with a layout your just hoof to see! Let's take a gander.

Cowboy Up Layout- Bev

We love Bev's arrangements and her choice of embellishments! The pictures are just amazing! The background Horse Lover Paper almost seems like another photo! Bev used our Horse Lover Paper, 100% Country 3D Stickers, and Country Canvas Art Stickers to create this beautiful layout.

Cowboy Up Layout- Bev

LOVE the banners and 3D stickers in the upper right corner!

Cowboy Up Layout- Bev

These photos could not be more perfect! the chipboard frame is also just perfect.

Cowboy Up Layout- Bev

Because it's Canvas Week, all of the projects need to feature Canvas Stickers. We think Bev did a great job making these a focal point of her layout. This small grouping goes so well with the theme and gives subtle dimension.

If you love this project, gallop on over to Bev's blog to see all of her amazing layouts and projects! Be sure to come back tomorrow for another great Canvas Project!

Paper House Country Canvas Art StickersPaper House Horse Lover PaperPaper House 100% Country 3D Stickers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our Hero

Posted on Sep 11, 2014 9:00:00 AM

In the scrapbooking world recently there is a lot of emphasis on embellishments and multi-media design. Don't get us wrong, we love a good multi-media layout, but there is something amazing that comes from a traditional layout with beautiful pictures. Today's project from our design team member Susie falls right into that catagory! Let's take a look.

Our Hero- Susie Bentz

This layout and those pictures create this magical story that Susie and her family with cherish forever. Susie used our US Army Emblem Paper, United States Army Cardstock StickersMilitary Life 3D Stickers, and Air Force 3D Stickers to create this amazing layout.

Our Hero- Susie Bentz

The Army 3D Stickers really are the perfect story-teller here, and they raise up the design to give some added interest.

Our Hero- Susie Bentz

We love how she tucked the cardstock stickers around the photos, just perfect!

Our Hero- Susie Bentz

If you have your own hero at home and want to create this amazing layout, here's how:

Products Used:

Paper House US Army Emblem 12” Scrapbook Paper
Paper House United States Army Cardstock Stickers
Paper House Military Life 3D Stickers
Paper House Air Force 3D Stickers
Acrylic paint
alpha stamps

Directions:

1. Start with the U.S. Army Emblem paper for the background.

2. Center (2) 4”x6” photos on the page about ¼” under the ARMY title.

3. Add cardstock stickers as desired.

4. Add dog tag 3D sticker to tag and tuck tag behind photo on left.

5. Use acrylic paint and alpha stamps to add “Bronze Star” under pictures.

6. Add 3D “Salute” sticker after paint dries

For more info and to see all of Susie's great projects, march on over to her blog.

 Paper House Army Cardstock StickersPaper House Military Life 3D StickersPaper House Air Force 3D Stickers

 

 

 

 

 

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Follow Us On Pinterest!

Posted on Sep 10, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Have you checked out our Pinterest page? We have some AMAZING layouts! And the best part is you can see them all in one place!

Check it out, and make sure to follow us so you can see all the new pins too!

Follow Paper House's board Scrapbooking Layouts on Pinterest.

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File Away Your Memories!

Posted on Sep 9, 2014 1:56:22 PM

Each day, you go about your day creating memories you file away in you mind. As we get older, it gets harder and harder to pull up those memories.

Our design team member Kim has an amazing project today to help you physically file away those memories and keep them forever! Let's take a look!

Memory File Boys- Kim Kendell

How cute is this!? This is the opened folder showing the smaller areas on the inside where Kim made flipable flaps to put all of her journaling and photos. Kim used our Sprockets Paper, Got Bots? Paper, Hipster Paper Pad, Little Girl Paper Pad, and Moon & Back Canvas Art Stickers to create this bright, fun project.

Memory File Boys- Kim Kendell

LOVE the banners! And that canvas sticker is a great title for the whole folder!

Memory File Boys- Kim Kendell

Memory File Boys- Kim Kendell

Creating your own pockets and mini albums is the perfect way to hold all of your memories! We love that Kim thinks outside of the album, creating wonderfully different projects!

For more information and to see all of her great work, hear on over to Kim's blog! Take some time to file away those memories today!

Paper House Moon & Back Canvas Art StickerPaper House Sprockets Scrapbook PaperPaper House Got Bot? Scrapbook PaperPaper House Hipster Paper PadPaper House Little Girl Paper Pad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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To Have & To Hold Cards

Posted on Sep 8, 2014 12:17:33 PM

Fall has become a hugely popular time for weddings. The fall foliage and crisp air make it both beautiful and romantic. If you have a fall wedding to attend, our design team member Giorgia has created the perfect cards for you to make for the occasion! Lets take a look!

To Have & To Hold Cards- Jo

We just love the torn edges and her choice of papers on this first card. The pearls in the bottom right corner are just beautiful. Giorgia used our To Have & To Hold Paper Pad and To Have & To Hold Cardstock Stickers to create this lovely card.

To Have & To Hold Cards- Jo

Love how she popped up the cardstock sticker here!

To Have & To Hold Cards- Jo

Even the inside of this card is beautiful. Wouldn't that be a great pocket for a gift card!?

To Have & To Hold Cards- Jo

This is the second card she created. Completely different look using the same paper pad! She also used our Engaged 3D Stickers here.

We love the angles created by the bouquet paper and border!

To Have & To Hold Cards- Jo

The rhinestones give the perfect amount of shine - so pretty!

To Have & To Hold Cards- Jo

The inside of this card is also just as pretty!

If you love these cards, head on over to Giorgia's blog for more info and to see her other great projects!

Paper House To Have & To Hold Paper PadPaper House To Have & To Hold Cardstock StickersPaper House Engaged 3D Stickers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Travel Challenge

Posted on Sep 5, 2014 9:00:00 AM
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Family Portrait

Posted on Sep 4, 2014 1:56:23 PM

Nowadays, you don't see too many "traditional" family portraits and we just LOVE that. Even professional photos are being taken outside and in some wonderful settings. Our design team member Irit decided to use some non-traditional photos to illustrate her and her family.

Family Portrait- Irit Shalom

We just love the colols and feel of this layout! Irit distressed and inked the background paper and that added punch of color bring the whole thing together. I love the grouping of photos at the bottom, especially those frames!

Irit used our Generations Paper Pad, Garden Paper Pad, and Family Portrait 3D Stickers to create this amazing layout.

If you have some tradtional or non-traditional photos of your family and want to make one for yourself, here's how;

 Products Used:

Paper House Generations Paper Pad
Paper House Garden Paper Pad
Paper House Family Portrait 3D Stickers
Cardstock: American Crafts
Stamps: Cornish Heritage Farms
Inks, glitter glue: Ranger
Chipboards: Creative Embellishments
Mists: Lindy's Stamp Gang
Mask: Memory Box
Other: twine, texture paste

Directions:

1. Tear the patterned glitter paper from Garden paper pad on the top (I used Plant love paper backside); ink the edges with blue ink. Use a mask and a light green texture paste to make three circles of rays on the top and in the middle of the page as shown. Let it dry. Stamp background leaves and swirls over the page with brown permanent ink. Mist a bit over the page and let it dry.

2. Make an envelope with a piece of patterned paper from the same pad; make the half circle cut on the top and insert two handmade tags with some hidden journaling on the back. Glue 3 larger photos as shown over a piece of torn glitter paper from Generations pad we used to make the envelope before. Cover the right photo with inked chipboard film frame.

3. Cur two small frames from another paper from the same pad and insert two small landscape photos inside. Glue the frames as shown. Tear a piece of garden paper, ink the edges, fold it and adhere on the upper part of the page as shown. Ink the leaves chipboard and glue it over the folded strip, then add the wavy film strip.

4. Adhere all 3d stickers as shown and add some gold glitter glue over the leaves on the top and over the small frames on the bottom .Staple a piece of natural twine to connect the top and the bottom of this page.

Head on over to Irit's blog for some more awesome projects! Leave her some love while you're there!

Family Portrait 3D Sticker  Paper House Generations Paper Pad  Paper House Garden Paper Pad

 

 

 

 

 

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