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CHA2014 – Stephanie Barnard Demos Sizzlx Triplits and Other Die Cuts

Saturday, January 11th, 2014

See how you can get an almost unlimited combination with one set of Triplits, plus see other Sizzix die cut products.

CHA 2012 – Sizzix Pop and Cuts Die Cuts for Pop-Out Cards

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

How about a die cut for super easy pop-up cards? These Pop and Cuts Die Cuts are really fun and very beautiful. Take a look!

CHA 2012 – Martha Stewart Crafts Demo of Craft Station

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

This is a really cool combination of many tools — a light box, a cutting matte, a stencil station, etc. In this demo you’ll see everything it comes with, what it does, and how it works!

Paperclipping Newsbreak 018 – Competition For Etsy?

Monday, September 14th, 2009

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Paperclipping 78 – An Altered Book for Holiday Cards

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

This week’s episode for the Paperclipping Members released a bit late in the day, but you’ll find it worth the wait. It is an extra long tutorial that features some parts of our upcoming Special Edition Christmas project.

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Paperclipping 66 QT – A Halloween Idea

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

Paperclipping 66 - A Halloween Idea
Need a unique Halloween idea? If so, I think you’ll like the fun and easy project I share in today’s Quick Tip.

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Halloween Cards
3.5×5 each

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Supplies: Patterned paper (My Mind’s Eye, Basic Grey, Scenic Route?) * Stickers (Creative Imaginations, Making Memories) * Cardstock (Bazzill) * Buttons, old postcards, party invitations, ribbons).

Easy Last Minute Christmas Cards

Saturday, December 8th, 2007

I wanted to make my own cards this year, but since we’re past a week into December, I realize I’m running out of time to hand-make that many. I’ll be buying most of mine now, but I’m still making some here and there as I have a few minutes. You’ll recognize two of those as leftovers from the holiday containers I made.

Christmas Tree Card
(3×6 cardstock with 1.5 inch squares)

This card above so simple to put together. Lay three strips of double-sided tape in vertical columns down the folded cardstock so that when you put your squares on, the tape will run down the middle of each column of squares. Then rub the edges of the card with a good glue stick. Make two more lines of glue in-between the strips of tape and add your patterned paper. Finish it off with a large embellishment, such as a glittered Christmas tree traced from a cookie cutter.

Hope or Winter Solstice Card
(3×6 stiff patterned paper)

I found this picture of people celebrating on the earth on the front of a pamphlet from my coffee shop. I automatically thought of Christmas, since to me, Christmas is a time to celebrate hope. This card is especially perfect for those who celebrate the Winter Solstice and I’ll be sending this to one of my friends who does.

Remember to pay attention to images you find in some of the stuff you normally throw away.

Star Card
(3×6 cardstock with 1.5 inch squares)
You can easily turn this into a Hanukkah card by making a Star of David instead of the type of star you see here.