Hi, it's Bev here today, sharing some pages that I have made but never posted before. Some always seem to sneak through the cracks in the piles of pages before they make their way into albums for the family. Hope you love these! Paper House has super fun small pads that can be used to create fabulous, fun, cute, and bright pages.
This page boasts a sunburst.
Paper House Little Girl 8'' Paper Pad Cardstock: misc. Ink: Tim Holtz Ranger Twine: Bella Creationz Timeless Twine Sticker: EK Success Stickles: Ranger Accent: Creative Embellishments Cut files: Cricut, A Cut Above
I used some pieces from the small Paper House pads in this polka dot-themed project. They worked perfectly with these cute photos of my granddaughter. There are lots of layers and some punched borders for added dimension.
Hello and welcome! Susie here today to share one last off the page project! I love to use my paper crafting supplies to create home decor items, and thanks to Paper House, this photo frame is one of the easiest I have ever made!
Living in Washington DC, we take advantage of the opportunity to see the cherry blossoms that bloom every spring. I have some wonderful pictures of my children, and I hate to hide them all away in scrapbooks. For this project, I started by centering a 4x6 picture on 5x7 green cardstock and slipping it into an acrylic frame. On top of the acrylic, I outlined the picture with self-adhesive light pink pearls.
I created a tag by diecutting an area from the Paper House Cherry Blossoms paper that looks like marble, inking through the die to add a bit more detail and texture.
Using a little dimensional tape, I added the Washington DC cardstock sticker...
...and finished it off with some coordinating pink pearl Nestabling before adhering it to the frame with dimensional adhesive.
The Washington DC 2 Cardstock Stickers have tons of great mini-images of DC landmarks! I added the US Supreme Court on the right side and Abraham Lincoln on the left, tucking a tiny cherry tree sticker just behind him.
I used the star-studded border sticker to create a frame outside the pearls on the lower half. The sticker sheet also has a tiny sprig of cherry blossoms, which I placed on top of the pearls in the bottom right corner. Perfect!
Paper House has such a huge variety of stickers! I can see using this idea to create display frames for all sorts of travel destinations… and beach vacations… and sporting events… the possibilities are endless!
Paper House Washington DC 2 Cardstock Stickers Paper House Cherry Blossoms 12” Scrapbook Paper Want2Scrap Sleek Strip 12” Pearls, Soft Pink Want2Scrap Nestabling Fancy Tags 2, Pink Pearl Spellbinders Shapeabilities Dies, Fancy Tags 2 Acrylic photo frame, 5x7” Green cardstock
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find some time to play today!
Hi everyone! Laura here with a little off the page inspiration! If there is Christmas in July, I figured why not Halloween in August? It’s always good to think ahead when you’re wanting to create home décor for the holidays, so here’s a little Spooktacular Wall Hanging to get you inspired to create your own décor:
The Spooktacular 3D Stickers add fun dimension, and the Halloween Diecut Sticker Pack has so many images to choose from; they go perfectly together and make creating easy!
Thanks for stoppin’ by! Hope you are enjoying all of the off the page inspiration this week!
Paper House Boo! Scrapbook Paper Paper House Trick or Treat Scrapbook Paper Paper House Spooktacular Cardstock Sticker Paper House Spooktacular 3D Stickers AC cardstock Ribbon Binder rings
Embellishments: Paper House - Halloween Diecut Sticker Pack; Recollections - enamel dots, May Arts and AC ribbon
Hello, Paper House lovelies! It's Karyn here today, sharing an off the page project and another process video.
This week on the PH blog is all about off the page projects. To join in the celebrations, I've made a mini album of our family.
I started with a set of six chipboard disks that I covered with paper from the Blossom Paper Pad. I then painted around the edge of each disk with white paint. Once this was thoroughly dry (overnight is best), I started with the decorating.
Hello everyone, Karen here. I hope you have enjoyed the Design Team's off the page projects featuring Paper House products. For my project, I transformed a plain gift bag. I repurposed a popular clothing store's shopping bag into this fun birthday gift bag. You can make a personalized gift bag for any theme, holiday, or occasion.
Here's how I did it.
Directions: 1. The first step is to apply a strip of coordinating washi tape along the top edge of the gift bag so that it will have a neat and durable finished edge. Open the gift bag and place a small plastic box inside the bag so that you have something to press against to attach the washi tape. Start applying the washi tape on the side panel of the bag so the join is not too obvious, and allow half the width of the tape to overhang the edge of the bag. Next, clip the four corners of the washi tape up to the edge of the paper bag. Then begin to fold the washi tape over and stick it to the inside of the bag.
2. Cut out one cupcake from the Little Girl 8" Paper Pad and apply texture paint over the icing. Before the texture paint dries, sprinkle small beads over the wet paint, then gently press each bead halfway into the icing using a toothpick so that they are embedded and will be firmly attached when dry.
3. Next, cut out and attach a cherry to the top of the cupcake. Assemble the cupcake topper by mounting it on a scalloped circle and then attaching it to a bit of patterned paper, and then again to white cardstock. Lastly, embellish the bottom edge of the gift bag with a border strip and a row of Candle Puffy Stickers.
4. Finally, assemble the gift bag front by attaching the cupcake topper onto the 8x8" cupcake paper. Personalize the gift bag with a special message, or perhaps add the recipient's name using alphabet stickers.
TIP: Don't forget to decorate both sides of the gift bag and make a matching gift tag.
The photo-real candle stickers have a unique look and feel, with incredible detail and multiple levels of texture which make them irresistible. Visit Paper House to see their whole fantastic range of Puffy Stickers, and don't forget to drop by for a visit at Art & Soul and say hello.
Hello everyone, Irit here. Paris, for me, is love—I love this wonderful city and the movie Casablanca,with its timeless line, "We'll always have Paris." Paris is so special to me, and it's my favorite city to vacation in, but I haven't visited for at least a decade. And if you can't visit Paris, you can at least make crafts about Paris. So this chipboard heart is my tribute to the city of love.
1. Cut the Paris paper to fit the back of the heart-shaped chipboard tray and glue it down. Glue one bare chipboard heart over the paper.
2. Paint the chipboard frame with red paint and add One Step Crackle on top. Glue the painted chipboard over the first bare one.
3. Heat emboss the chipboard key with clear embossing ink and gold embossing powder. Cast a rose with Easy Cast Resin and let it dry for a few hours. Mist a cluster of paper flowers with pink mist and let dry. Mist the dry resin flower with the same pink mist.
4. Glue the 3D stickers as shown inside and outside the red frame. Add the golden key and gold buttons. Mist the finished piece with a bit of the same pink mist.
5. Glue lace and tulle on the back and make the fancy bow hanger.
This is a second project, a garden sign, that I made for an Off the Page post. I made my own faux wood and arranged arrows and a full pack of Cork'd™ Stickers on top. How easy and great it is! Just one pack of stickers, and the whole piece is finished and beautiful!
It's Off the Page Week on the Paper House blog! We'll be giving you a lot of inspiration to create home decor and other pretty stuff with Paper House's amazing products! I made a modern and cool chipboard plaque for my home using New York themed products. Did you see the new collection?! Just stunning!
I tore paper to create texture. I simply LOVE this glittered New York paper.
In my projects, I love to use a combination of several different sticker varieties: puffy, 3D, cardstock, and SnapShots™. They add a ton of texture, shape, and dimension to capture the eye!
Paper House photographic papers are just amazing. I also used some ColorWays Noir products to give a modern and urban feeling to my home decor:
Other: heavy chipboard support, gesso, faceted gems
1. Cover the support with gesso. 2. Glue down the background paper (ColorWays Noir Crossings paper). 3. With your finger, apply some gesso on the paper corners. 4. Tear the New York City map paper and apply it as shown. Use “New York” as a title and the traffic sign as a layer for your picture. 5. Cut out the number tag from the ColorWays Noir Trim Cards paper, distress it with scissors, and use it to layer your picture as shown. 6. Adhere picture with foam tape as shown. 7. Cut the “hello” diecut from the ColorWays Noir Accent Pack and glue it where shown. 8. Now add all the stickers and the faceted gems. 9. Using foam tape, attach the star diecut from the ColorWays Noir Accent Pack. 10. Your home decor is ready!
Good morning everyone, Francesca here! Today I want to share with you a really easy home decor project! I used an embroidery hoop; I separated it and cut two paper circles with the help of the cutter.
The circle of black cardstock is only to close the embroidery hoop at the bottom, while the patterned paper must be glued on. The paper from the In the Wild collection is fantastic; it looks like real wood!
Then, as you can see, I got on the imagination freeway. I glued on a resin frame and flowers, added Cork'd™ stickers and a SnapShots™ sticker... I let my creativity run wild! I glued glitter foam letters in the center. And here it is!
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