Hi everyone! Check out today’s sneak peek: our brand new variety of 2″ stickers! We’re rolling out all kinds of new designs in this classic format, from realistic watermelons to cute and cartoon-like sweet treats. There’s sure to be something that catches your eye. These stickers are perfect accents for just about any place that they will stick! Use them in your planner, on your scrapbook layout, to decorate envelopes, to jazz up your school notebooks… the possibilities are endless with these adorable little stickers!
Hey there Paper House fans! Lisa back with you for my final post here at Paper House Productions. I would like to thank everyone at Paper House for having me this last year. I truly enjoyed working with your fun products!
Have you scrapped your Christmas photos from last year? Today I am sharing a Christmas layout that I used photos on from last Christmas. I figured it was time to get some of these scrapped.
I fussy cut the circle with the holly and berries on it and used pearl dots from my stash for the berries. I also fussy cut that cute squirrel and popped him up with foam tape.
I choose the background paper because it matched the wood walls in the photos. I cut 2 of the 4×6″ cards and used those to balance my layout. One I used for the matting of the photos and the other for my journaling.
I fussy cut the tree, house (love all that glitter!) and all the snowflakes (more glitter!) I added some bling to the centers on the snowflakes.
I fell in love with the adorable fox on this 4×6″ card! Isn’t he just the cutest?!
Finally I added some of the Sculpted Stickers and a few of the Cardstock Stickers.
So what are you waiting for? Dig out those Christmas photos and start scrapping!
Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season!
Good morning, everyone! Today we’re giving you a sneak peek of our brand new line of clear stickers! Each pack contains five sheets of vibrant, richly detailed stickers with beautiful foil. The printing is surrounded by crystal-clear material so you can see through to the surface underneath. With themes spanning travel, family, and floral, there are many opportunities to add a unique touch to all of your projects!
In addition to our new clear sticker packs, we’re also introducing another new format: the Mixed Multipack. This New York-themed sticker contains one sheet of cardstock stickers, a sheet of chipboard stickers, and a sheet of clear stickers. This way, you can have a nice variety of materials on your projects that all have a coordinating look.
On a unseasonably warm day in early November, when my daughter was home visiting,I made the family sit down for our first ever Christmas Card Photo Shoot. I had all the props and seating planned out. It was going to be fun. With some being less than enthusiastic, this is what I had to deal with…because of the warmth, my husband would not change into long pants, my oldest forgot that we were going to be doing this, so he too had on shorts. Once captured, my youngest grandson would not be in the picture without the Target Toy Ad and my youngest son insisted on wearing his bandana. Maybe next year, I’ll go back to making homemade cards. (sounds easier). Here’s how I documented this moment!
Hi everyone! Melissa here with a 12 x 12 mixed media page. I have used some beautiful Christmas papers to surround an old photo of my husband and niece. She’s hitting him over the head with a foam bat. He’s pretending to be in pain, hahaha! You can see my father-in-law in the background.
To make this page I put the photo on white cardstock, added layers of Paper House paper, and finally a piece of foam core board. I sponged on gesso, stenciled on texture paste, and poured on crackle paint. I let the crackle dry overnight.
I added gauze and gesso around the photo, then layered on glass glitter and mica flakes. I coated it all with more gesso, then started painting. I used a few shades of green and brown watercolors and mists.
I put on some flowers, a few painted die cut leaves, metal, bling, green micro beads, and pearls. I made the dark edges on the layers under the photos with a watercolor pencil.
You can see I used gold mica powder underneath the photo. Whenever I used paint or heat to dry things, I protected the photo with a piece of paper.
Thanks so much for looking, and have a great week!
I added the 3d Shimmer Reindeer to the corner – it just looks so cute with its nose all lit up.
I also added the background paper under the wire and used the Puffy Stickers on the Mini Clothes Pins. I added some die cuts to the background to give it that winter wonderland look. It is a perfect display to hold those important things.
For the background, I inked a 12 inch by 12 inch piece of white cardstock with Ranger Peacock Feathers Distress Ink. With the Reindeer Double Sided Paper, I machine stitched it to the white card stock background. On top of the Reindeer Double Sided 12″ Scrapbook Paper, I added the Snowflake Acetate Paper and machine stitched around the edges instead of using adhesive because with acetate paper being transparent, I had to strategically adhere it without having the adhesive show. Stitching is the way to go.
I also fussy cut some snowflakes from the Snowflake Acetate Paper and added them over the acetate background to give more dimension. Sequins make everything sparkle more so I added some silver sequins with a dab of liquid adhesive to some of the centers of the snowflakes.
I love the Reindeer Puffy Stickers and thought I would add two of them to add more dimension to the layout. I also added some more stickers from the Merry & Bright Sculpted Stickers and created the “Merry & Bright” title . Finally I added the Santa 3D Shimmer. Santa lights up so it gives the frame a fun element.
To complete the frame, I added the layout to a black 12X12 scrapbook frame from Michael’s that I removed the glass from because the acetate is already shiny. It is difficult to photograph this frame as it has a glare, but I was happy how this turned out and I thought it would look great in the front foyer of my home.
I hope you enjoyed my Santa And Reindeer Frame.
This is my last post for 2016. I hope you all have a wonderful festive holiday season and a happy new year!
First up I have a quick video showing you how I created this using an Embroidery Hoop!
Now on to some closeups of my project!
I think the acetate paper is such a neat addition to the paper house lines! This one really changed up the look of the project and took it away from traditional embroidery hoop wall hangings with paper or fabric! The tree is just the perfect 3D Sticker there don’t you think?
Those little pinecones are also from the 3D sticker set and are a great little embellishment!
Thanks for swinging by the Paper House Blog today!
Good morning, Paper House fans! Today the spotlight is on our new assortment of cardstock stickers. We’ve added some new designs to our 5″ wide variety and also experimented with a new format: the Cardstock Multipack! These include five sheets of beautiful stickers that fulfill all of your embellishment needs.
Our 12″ cardstocks coordinate with all of our new collections. Each one features a ton of great stickers: alphabets, icons, decorative elements, journaling spots, and sentiments. They really let you customize your projects and make them your own!
We’ve had some great giveaways over the last month! We contacted all the winners via facebook but we wanted to give them a shout-out here too!
Halloween Blog Hop: Bev Code
New Collections Giveaway: One Big Happy Family – Rosemarie Rodriguez, Marie Zelinski Hello Baby Boy – Mary Holshouser, Christine Petteway Hello Baby Girl – Ronda Cook, Londa Kreienkamp Homefront Girl – Sarah Carlberg, Anita Rush Discover USA – Lisa Moen, Bev Code Let Freedom Ring – Shelley Scarboro, Hannah Scarboro Paradise Found – Cynthia McCloud, Missy Starliper Southwest Adventure – Sami Houp, Erin Stephenson