Diecut Stickers are a SLAM DUNK!

Posted on Oct 22, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Diecut Sticker Pack Week

Day two of Diecut Sticker Pack week. If you still haven't tried our Diecut Stickers, take a page out of our design team member Christine's playbook and give it a shot! It's a win-win! Let's take a look at THREE cards that Christine created using our Basketball Diecut Sticker Pack.

Basketball Card- Christine Meyer

With just a little cardstock and a diecut sticker pack, look what you can create! We love the tag in the background with the ribbon too. It just adds so much!

Basketball Card- Christine Meyer

The wooden accents are great too, so creative!

Basketball Card- Christine Meyer

If you would like to create these amazing cards at home, here's how:

Products Used:

Paper House Basketball Diecut Sticker Pack
White Cardstock
Blue Cardstock
Orange Cardstock
Wood Accents

Directions:

1. Create a base

2. Add a white tag to the base with orange ribbon tied through the hole

3. Use a die cut sticker that can be a sentiment, one basketball player, and a basketball and
layer them on top of the tag.

4. Add a wood speech bubble and some wood stars to embellish.

With a simple formula like this you can create a bunch of cards from one die cut sticker pack and still not have them look the same - but also not have to completely reinvent your design each time.

If you love these cards, head on over to Christine's blog to see her other great projects and layouts! Go, Fight, Win!

Paper House Basketball Diecut Sticker Pack

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Say Happy Birthday with our Diecut Sticker Packs!

Posted on Oct 21, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Diecut Sticker Pack Week

We LOVE our diecut sticker packs! So, we challenged our design team to create some fabulous projects with them so you can see just how versatile and usable them are! All this week (and some of next) we will be featuring these projects. So, let's get started!

Our design team member Bev has created two beautiful cards that feature our Baby Girl Diecut Sticker Pack. We think you are going to love them!

Diecut Sticker Card- Bev Code

This ladybug is just the cutest! It's super glittery and looks great on this beautiful card! We love the banners and the colors that Bev put together.

Diecut Sticker Card- Bev Code

Bev combined the Diecut Stickers with some Puffy stickers in this great card. It just shows you how many looks you can get with one pack of stickers!

Bev used our Baby Girl Diecut Sticker Pack, Little Animals Paped Pad, Born to be Wild Cardstock Stickers, Monster Madness Cardstock Stickers, and Baby Boy Puffy Stickers to create these adorable cards.

If you love these cards, you should head on over to Bev's blog to see all her amazing projects!

Paper House Baby Girl Diecut Sticker PackPaper House Little Animals Paper PadPaper House Born to be Wild Cardstock StickersPaper House Monster Madness Cardstock StickersPaper House Baby Boy Puffy Stickers

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Air Force Love

Posted on Oct 20, 2014 12:03:02 PM

We have two very special layouts today from our design team member Susie. She has a special connection to our new Military Collections and has done an amazing job creating two very different (but equally amazing) layouts! This first layout is of her father and his two siblings that were all in the Air Force!

Air Force Family- Susie Bentz

We LOVE this layout. What a special project to have in your scrapbook! Putting these three photos together is a win on it's own, but Susie's layout and embellishments make it even more special!

Air Force Family- Susie Bentz

Air Force Family- Susie Bentz

We love how Susie used the U.S. Air Force Tags Paper next to each of the photos. They add so much but are so easy to use!

Air Force Family- Susie Bentz

Air Force Family- Susie Bentz

If you come from a long line of Military and want to create this amazing layout, here's how:

Products Used:

Paper House All American Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Air Force Tags Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Air Force 3D Stickers
Paper House Military Life 3D Stickers
Want2Scrap Family Overlay

Directions:

1. Start with the All American 12” scrapbook paper for the background.

2. Add overlay.

3. Cut cards from the Air Force Tags paper and adhere behind overlay frames as shown, trimming and adjusting as needed.

4. Add photos behind overlay frames, next to Air Force Tags, filling the frames.

5. Add Air Force 3D stickers as shown.

6. Add boots from Military Life 3D sticker in bottom right.

Susie's second layout is also Air Force based with images of her husband.

"This layout features pictures of my husband who served in the U.S. Air Force in what, at the time, was called Space Division. His career centered around missiles and satellites. I was able to combine some of the *new* Air Force 3D stickers with some from the Space Cadet 3D set for a really fun layout."

Air Force Space Cadet Layout- Susie Bentz

We love the cluster of photos on this layout! The alternating sizes is great! And our Space Collection goes so well with Air Force!

Air Force Space Cadet Layout- Susie Bentz

Air Force Space Cadet Layout- Susie Bentz

Air Force Space Cadet Layout- Susie Bentz

LOVE the combination of black and white and colored photos; the perfect touch when you have a lot of pictures!

Air Force Space Cadet Layout- Susie Bentz

Here's how Susie created this amazing layout:

Products Used:

Paper House Air Force Emblem Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Air Force 3D Stickers
Paper House Space Cadet 3D Stickers
Paper House Outer Space Cardstock Stickers
Journal Card

Directions:

1. Start with the Air Force Emblem 12” scrapbook paper for the background.

2. Center a photo collage under the title on the paper.

3. Add 3D stickers from both sets as shown.

4. Add journal card.

If you love these layouts, head on over to Susie's blog and let her know!

Paper House All American Scrapbook PaperPaper House Air Force 3D StickersPaper House Air Force Tags Scrapbook PaperPaper House Air Force Emblem Scrapbook PaperPaper House Military Life 3D STickersPaper House Space Cadet 3D Stickers

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Whoo's the Cutest Wall Decor!

Posted on Oct 20, 2014 10:04:26 AM

We hope we didn't scare you too much last week with all of our spooky Halloween projects. But just in case we did, we thought we would treat you to a sweet and not-at-all spooky project from our design team member Giorgia. She has made two amazing versions of a kids' wall decor - one for a boy and one for a girl. The best part? She did a photo tutorial! Let's take a look.

Owl Wall Decor- Giorgia Rossini

Owl Wall Decor- Giorgia Rossini

How adorable are these!? They would make the perfect shower gift for friends and family! Let's find out how to make these amazing projects!

Products Used:

Paper House Nature Paper Pad
Paper House Owls Puffy Stickers
Paper House Little Princess 3D Stickers
Paper House Baby Boy Chalkboard Stickers
Paper House Baby Girl Scene 3D Sticker
Paper House Baby Boy Scene 3D Sticker
Paper House Moon & Back Canvas Art Stickers
Paper House 1st Birthday Boy 3D Stickers
Paper House My Sunshine Canvas Art Stickers
Wooden block (10'' x 7'')
Glue Gun
Felt Shapes
Wire
Pliers
Gesso
Beads

Directions:

Step 1- Owl Wall Decor

With a brush, apply gesso on the whole wooden surface.

Step 2- Owl Wall Decor

Cut 3 pieces of wire (approx. 6'') for the girl decor and 3 pieces for the boy decor. With pliers, make a loop on one side to stop the beads, then thread the beads onto the wire and make another loop at the end to lock the beads into place.

Step 3- Owl Wall Decor

For boy decor, after applying beads, give the wire a spiral shape with the help of a brush or pencil: simply roll it up just like the photo.

Step 4- Owl Wall Decor

This is the result!

Step 5- Owl Wall Decor

With glue gun, adhere the pieces of wire to the wood. You can also put some tape to secure them better.

Step 6- Owl Wall Decor

When the gesso has dried, glue paper on the wood and cut off the excess. You can apply paper to the front only, or add some to the sides and back.

Step 7- Owl Wall Decor

With your fingers, apply some gesso to the border to create a distressed effect on the paper. Do this on all four sides.

Step 8- Owl Wall Decor

Decorate wires: with a glue gun, attach felt heart, flower and star to the wire. Then place Paper House stickers.

Step 9- Owl Wall Decor

Girl Decor: Adhere Baby Girl Scene and decorate with a felt star and little hearts.

Step 10- Owl Wall Decor

Boy Decor: Decorate wires; with glue gun attach felt flower and star, then place Paper House stickers.

Step 11- Owl Wall Decor

Boy Decor: Adhere the Baby Boy Scene 3D Sticker to the front and decorate with a felt flower. Place heart from 1st Birthday Boy 3D Sticker in the center of the flower.

If you love this project as much as we do, head on over to Giorgia's blog and let her know! You'll also get to see more of her great projects and layouts.

 Paper House Little Princess 3D StickersPaper House Nature Paper PadPaper House Owl Puffy StickersPaper House Little Man Chalkboard STickersPaper House Baby Boy Scene 3D StickerPaper House Baby Girl Scene 3D StickerPaper House Moon & Back Canvas Art StickersPaper House 1st Birthday Boy 3D StickersPaper House My Sunshine Canvas Art Stickers

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Spootacular Day 4!

Posted on Oct 17, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Halloween Week

On Day 4 of Halloween Week, our design team member Bev takes us on a hayride through a pumpkin patch and trick or treating with some ghosts and ghouls! AND design team member Larissa shows us how to add some spooky home decor that will be sure to delight all of your ghosts and ghouls! Sound fun? Let's go!

Trick or Treat- Bev Code

Can't you just taste the candy and hear the laughs that come on Halloween night!? We love the black cutout frame that Bev used, and the pictures are just perfect. Bev used our Trick or Treat Paper, Bats 3D Stickers and Halloween Hauntings 3D Stickers to create this super fun layout.

Pumpkin Patch- Bev Code

Now, on to the pumpkin patch! Bev used our Fall Foliage Paper and Pumpkin Patch 3D Stickers to make this Autumn-tastic layout!

Pumpkin Patch- Bev Code

We love the dimensional dots and the layers of paper!

Pumpkin Patch- Bev Code

Pumpkin Patch- Bev Code

What a great idea to make your own pumpkin with peeking cuties!

Pumpkin Patch- Bev Code

This is a great combination of papers and stickers that really makes you feel like you were there!

Halloween Banner- Larissa Heskett

How great would this banner look in your house! We love the colors and the embellishments that Larissa picked. She does a different banner for each seaon in her entryway, how fun!

Larissa used our Trick or Treat Scrapbook Paper, Fright Night Scrapbook Paper, Jack O' Lanterns 3D Stickers, Cemetery 3D Stickers, Halloween Hauntings 3D Stickers, and Happy Haunting 3D Stickers to make this amazing banner.

Halloween Banner- Larissa Heskett

LOVE the colors of the ribbon and the way she tied them!

Halloween Banner- Larissa Heskett

The white circles behind the letters really makes them pop.

Halloween Banner- Larissa Heskett

Halloween Banner- Larissa Heskett

 

For more information and instructions, head on over to Bev's blog and Larissa's blog. Just follow the ribbon & pumpkins! AND don't forget, all Halloween products are 31% off in the store until Halloween - Just use promo code SPOOKY31!** Those are some scary savings!

**Special offer for retail customers only. Promo ends 11.1.14 

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Spooktacular Day 3!

Posted on Oct 16, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Halloween Wekk

Day three of Halloween Week brings us some more bootiful projects! We have two spooktastic layouts from Irit and Kim. They both used similar products and created two very different works of art!

For our first project design team member Irit has created an amazing layout AND a great painters tray full of Halloween hauntings! Let's take a look.

Halloween Hauntings LO- Irit Shalom

While they don't celebrate Halloween in Israel, Irit says she has a special connection to our Halloween products and just can't get enough! She used a photo of her niece who lives here in the states to create this amazing layout.

Irit used our Generations Paper Pad, Eastern Enchantment Paper Pad, Halloween Hauntings 3D Stickers, Bats 3D Stickers, Cemetery 3D Stickers and Cemetery Scene 3D Sticker on this great project.

Halloween Hauntings LO- Irit Shalom

We love how she used the backer card for the Cemetery Scene as part of the layout. How creative! Irit is really great at layering and creating beautiful and interesting groupings of stickers. The more you look, the more elements you see!

Halloween Hauntings LO- Irit Shalom

Irit's second project is an amazing Halloween tray that would look great on my mantel right now!

Spooktacular Tray- Irit Shalom

This project makes us want to throw a spooky Halloween party, like, right now! It's the perfect size to feature our 3D stickers, too! Irit used the Spooktacular 3D Stickers and Halloween Hauntings 3D Stickers to make this great project.

And this layout, from design team member Kim, will surely give you the creeps! Ready your flashlight...

Spooky Cemetery - Kim Kendell

Kim used our Cemetery Scene as well, and we just love the results. Tucking the photo into the cemetery is an amazing touch! We also love the colors in the background - they really tie the whole layout together.

Kim used our Cemetery Scene 3D Sticker, Jack O' Lanterns 3D StickersCemetery 3D Stickers and Bats 3D Stickers to create this chilling project.

For more information and instructions, head on over to Irit's blog, and Kim's blog. Don't forget, you can get 31% off all Halloween products on the website with the code SPOOKY31!** Stock up now!

**Special offer for retail customers only. Promo ends 11.1.14

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Spooktacular Day 2!

Posted on Oct 15, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Halloween Week

It's day two of our Halloween Spooktacular and we have an amazing project and two layouts that will surely cast a spell on you!

Our first project is from our design team member Christine. She has created a Haunted Picture Frame that will make a spooky addition to your Halloween decor! Let's take a look.

Spooktacular Monster Frame- Chrsitine Meyer

We LOVE how she combined our Haunted Mansion 3D Sticker Scene with the Little Monsters 3D Stcikers and Halloween Monsters 3D Stickers! It's just the right amount of spooky with the right amount of fun!

Our next projects come from our design team member Giorgia. She's created TWO Halloween layouts that are sure to inspire! Let's take a look.

Fright Night- Giorgia Rossini

We love the layout and placement of the elements on this page! Don't you love the ripped Fright Night Paper!? Giorgia also used our Spooktacular 3D Stickers, Cemetery 3D Stickers, and Jack O' Lanterns 3D Title to create this amazing layout.

Fright Night- Giorgia Rossini

Fright Night- Giorgia Rossini

Love the red swirl tucking in and out of the photos!

Fright Night- Giorgia Rossini

These bats from the Jack O' Lanterns 3D Title look amazing on the Fright Night Paper!

Spooky Night- Giorgia Rossini

Our Trick or Treat Paper has never looked so good! This layout brings out the best from each of the elements! Giorgia used our Trick or Treat Paper, Jack O' Lanterns 3D Stickers, Haunted Manor 3D Stickers, Spooktacular 3D Stickers, Bats 3D Stickers, Cemerery 3D Stickers, Hipster Paper Pad, Great Outdoors Paper Pad, and Jack O' Lanterns 3D Stickers to create this spooky layout.

Spooky Night- Giorgia Rossini

This is an amazing little grouping of elements. From the shiny epoxy stickers to the torn banners, we love it all!

Spooky Night- Giorgia Rossini

Spooky Night- Giorgia Rossini

We can't lie, we are obsessed with how she used the bats on the moon. It really looks amazing!

Spooky Night- Giorgia Rossini

For more information and instructions for these great projects, head on over to Giorgia's blog and Christine's blog. We'll tell them something wicked this way comes! Don't forget, you can get 31% off all Halloween products on the website with the code SPOOKY31!** Stock up now!

**Special offer for retail customers only. Promo ends 11.1.14

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Halloween Spooktacular

Posted on Oct 14, 2014 9:55:02 AM

Halloween Spooktacular

We are just crazy about Halloween here at Paper House, so we thought we would devote an entire week to some spooky, spooktacular projects from our design team! AND to top it off, we're offering 31% off all of our Halloween products on the website with the code SPOOKY31!** Stock up now!

We're starting the week with some bootiful Boo Boxes from design team member Erin. Let's take a look!

Boo Boxes- Erin Reed

We are are terrified and amazed by these terrific boxes! Can't you just see a candy or money gift tucked inside for your special ghosts and ghouls!?

Boo Boxes- Erin Reed

This box features our Fright Night Paper and Cemetery 3D Stickers. We live the glitter and combination of products!

Boo Boxes- Erin Reed

Erin used the title sticker from the Spooktacular 3D Stickers to make a huge impact with this box - love it!

Boo Boxes- Erin Reed

This box also uses the Fright Night Paper and Cemetery 3D Stickers. LOVE the gold glitter border!

Boo Boxes- Erin Reed

For this box, Erin combined our Bats 3D Stickers and Spooktacular 3D Stickers. We love how she layered them!

Our second Spooktacular project is from our design team member Susie. She created a Halloween Tray that she plans to hang on her door like a wreath! How fun! Let's take a look!

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

We dropped dead when we saw this amazing project! Susie told us that she has intended to included photos, but she just loved this so much she decided to leave them out! Susie used our Halloween Paper Pad, Cemetery 3D Stickers, Beware Zombies 3D Stickers, and Cemetery Scene 3D Sticker to create this awesome printer's tray.

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

We love how she mixed in the Zombies with the Halloween Stickers! They were made for each other!

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

Zombie Tray- Susie Bentz

If you haven't used our scenes yet, Halloween is the perfect time. This cemetery scene is AMAZING! The foil, chain, glitter!!! It really has to be looked at in person!

We hope you are throughly frightened, and inspired to create your own Halloween magic! For instructions and more information on these great projects, head on over to Erin's blog and Susie's blog. They are just dying to see you!

**Special offer for retail customers only. Promo ends 11.1.14

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