Making this pinwheel bouquet using the Alantis Colorways Collection can make a fabulous centerpiece for your table or just be anywhere you need decor. They are very fun and easy to make.These can even be done for 4th of July!
You can add many things to your bouquet like I did . Flags, ribbons buttons and even flowers. The pinwheels are a fun and easy way to add some color to your celebration and help make it a memorable one.
You can create anything you can imagine if you just give things a try.
Hi everyone! Melissa here with a mixed media card for Paper House. I enjoyed using the 3D stickers a lot because they’re so fun, beautiful, and colorful! They add a lot of dimension and visual interest to the page.
To make this card I cut a sheet of 12 x 12 watercolor paper in half, and folded it. I covered the front with gesso. While it was wet I applied narrow ripped up strips of paper,put more gesso on top,then dried it with a heat gun. I applied some texture paste with a stencil. I took my water soluble oil pastels, and scribbled black around the margin, and different areas all over the card. I sprayed it with water and brushed the areas where the lines were, to soften them. I held the card upright and let the colors run all over. The color settling into the edges around the strips is how the black lines got there. I dried the card after each color. I did the same with some scribbled on brown. I painted on some of a sap green and brown watercolor. You can put on as much color as you want, just avoid painting the paper strips because they will rip.
The butterfly is a die cut made with white card stock. I painted it, then added some gesso, followed by yellow watercolors, I inked the edges with brown ink, and outlined the indented areas with a brown watercolor pencil. I softened the lines by brushing them with water.
I used a yellow watercolor pencil on the right margin, and left them as is. I painted scattered areas with yellow watercolor paint. I decided the stickers needed some white around them. I dabbed on some gesso, dried it, then applied the stickers. I rubbed on some gold mica powder in different spots. Using both the pad and my fingers, I dabbed on some transference ink on the butterfly and the card.
Thank you so much for looking, and I hope you find some scrappy time this week!
Hello Paper House fans! I am back again to share a layout I created using a photo with one of my sisters and myself. I have 5 sisters and when I saw the Sisters 3 D Stickers, I knew I had to have them because I would get lots of chances to use them on my layouts. I also used a mixture of Paper House papers with them.
Paper House has tons of themed 3D Stickers including the set I am highlighting today about China. It’s so vibrant with colors and makes you happy. These stickers can be perfect for highlighting traditional parts of Chinese culture as well as working them into every day life moments like dining on Chinese food.
I Love all the details these stickers have. The stickers do all the work for you.. All you have to do is layer them up on some pretty patterned papers.
Along with the stickers I used some patterned paper that matched my color scheme as well. These will be listed in the supplies. I loved the way the layout turned out and now I want do some traveling and enjoy some yummy cuisine!
The 3D stickers from Paper House are one of my favorite products and a go to for my layouts and cards! Today I am going to share a layout highlighting the Lake Life 3D Stickers and Lake Life Paper Crafting Kit!
The Crafting Kits come with cardstock stickers and patterned papers making it easy to create multiple layouts from it. Add in some of the 3D Stickers which coordinate perfectly and you’ve got some added dimension!
The 3D stickers come in a variety of shapes and include words also. I like to use them both for title work, subtitles, and embellishing throughout the layout!
For my layout, I used a woodgrain background paper and cut a background cut file on white cardstock with my Silhouette Cameo that reminded me of “grapes”. I added the Wine Country 3D Stickers here and there to draw the eye around the page.
To add the photos, I punched out all the 3X3 photos with a 3 inch circle paper punch and adhered them underneath the cut file to frame them.
I love the dimension that the 3D stickers give to my page. Have a wonderful day!
I get some of my best creative inspiration late at night…I was planning on making a card using these 3-D puffy stickers when a light bulb moment happened and I decided to make a wreath instead. I’m pleased with the way it turned out, a little different and very easy to make.
To make this page I used mod podge to glue the top piece of scrapbook paper to a piece of black cardstock, and glued on two more sheets of old scrapbook paper underneath.I did this so the paper wouldn’t warp from the materials I planned to apply.
I dabbed on gesso with a cosmetic sponge,let it dry, then put a piece of cheesecloth on, and glued it on in a couple areas with glossy accents. I dipped a brush into gesso, mixed it with a little water on my craft sheet, and flung it on the paper. I distressed all the edges of the pieces, layered the tags, and put a photo on top. I used foam core board and masking tape between layers, to give it some dimension, while attaching it to the page.
After I had the pieces on, I stenciled on some texture paste. I made kind of wreath for Aron with dried pressed flowers,dried moss, gold and silver metal chain, rhinestones,feathers,and pearls.
I decided that my arrangement looked too busy with the tags under the top photo, so I brushed gesso on and added some colors. I painted with an aqua blue sparkly water color,and when dry,brushed on then gold mica powder with water. I put on lavender paint, and when dry, brushed on dry pearl colored mica powder.
I took a piece of black tulle and covered the paper layers with it, I used masking tape to draw the tulle tight onto the bottom of the layers. I glued some areas on with glossy accents, then cut all the tulle off that wasn’t right on the paper. I put more aqua blue paint on, then silver mica powder.I brushed on dry copper mica powder all over to pick up a color of the sunset. To complement the copper I brushed on turquoise Dylusions ink around the edges, and some on the layers too. The Dylusions made the page work, as it added some “punch”, or definition, to the design.
You can see some Vintaj metal pieces, seed beads, and glass glitter. I added the adorable butterflies at the top to kind of tie the page together.
What a gorgeous sunset! Thank you for looking, and have a great day.