Posted on May 17, 2013 4:47:05 PM
The weather is beautiful, summer is on it's way, and it's almost time for a Road Trip! Gather up your favorite Paper House Travel products and get ready to document your latest trip.
This awesomely-detailed printer's tray was created by the talented Corrie Jones. She commemorated a family road trip to the Outer Banks in this project, featuring photos and momentos in the separate compartments. We love all the little details on this project, like the sequins, stitching, buttons and more!
So stock up now and be ready for all those upcoming family vacations!
By Shaena Twitty
Posted on May 3, 2013 5:04:59 PM
Cook up some fun with this adorable little recipe box, made by the fantastic Linda Auclair. It's as easy to make as it is adorable, looks great on your countertop, or makes a perfect gift to accompany your favorite recipes! Using one of our brand new and super cute 6" Paper Pads, you'll have to make two it's so cute!
To make your own, just follow the instructions below:
- 1. Measure the four sides of the lower portion of the box. Trim four patterned paper sheets from the “What’s Cookin’?” paper pad to size. Adhere to chipboard box using Xyron machine to apply adhesive, or apply a thin layer of Mod Podge to each side and adhere patterned paper, smoothing out any air bubbles that form.
- 2. Measure the planes of the lid of the box, creating templates for each out of scrap paper. Trace and trim patterned papers to size and adhere to the lid.
- 3. Embellish each side of the box with stickers from the “Homemade” and “Christmas Cookies” 3D Sticker sets.
- 4. Use the recipe cards included in the 6x6 paper pad to record your favorite recipes to store in the box.
Browse through the rest of our new paper pads and get inspired to be crafty. Have a lovely weekend!
By Shaena Twitty