Gone Fishin’ Decor-The Great Outdoors

Laura Cox Circle PH 2018

 Hi everyone!  Laura here with you today, and so excited to share my first project for Paper House, a home decor wall hanging memory project using The Great Outdoors Fishing scrapbook paper collection kit!

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Scrapbooking is awesome and one of my favorite things to do, but home decor can be just as fun to create, and can still be used to capture and display your memories!  A great way to add pictures to a home decor project is to create a “pocket” for tucking in a photo by tearing the piece of paper, and layering it with a contrasting paper.  I used the wood grain paper with the fish hook paper behind it.  These gorgeous papers are all included in The Great Outdoors Fishing collection kit from Paper House.  There are  also great coordinating stickers in the kit–even the alphas are included!

These amazing I’d Rather Be Fishing 3D stickers have such cute details, like the actual fishing line on the pole, and the 3D realistic looking fish!   Fun to layer up with The Great Outdoors papers too, a lot of great designs you can use for fishing, camping, scouts….so many options!

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I’m a huge fan of the journal boxes in this kit too….they are perfect for scrapbooking those “fish stories” and also for putting the finishing touches on this home decor project.  My guys can see this hanging on the wall and always reminisce about that fishing trip, and the memories of “one that got away”!

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Thanks for stopping by today!  Hope you are inspired to try a new way to capture those memories by creating some home decor!  The collection kits from Paper House make it so easy to do, I hope you give it a try!

Laura

SUPPLIES USED:  The Great Outdoors Fishing KitI’d Rather Be Fishing 3D stickers

Shadow Box House featuring the Marbleous Paper Pad

Katie King CircleHi everyone! My name is Katie King and I am one of the newest members of the Paper House Productions Design Team! To explain a little bit more about myself, I am a DIY blogger, who believes that crafting should be simple, fun and unique. The name of my blog is Running with a Glue Gun and the types of crafts/DIYs that I tend to make on my blog are home décor.

Since this is my first project for Paper House Productions, I thought it would be fun to show you how to decorate a shadow box house in only 3 steps! In this project, I am using the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad and Life Organized Embrace Today Puffy Stickers. This may seem like an odd combination, but the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad contains 48 sheets of gorgeous marbled paper and the Embrace Today Puffy Stickers are the perfect size for the individual sections of a shadow box.

Shadow Box House featuring the Marbleous 12 Paper Pad

To create your own shadow box house, you would do the following:

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Step 1: Paint your wooden shadow box white and set it aside to dry.

Step 2

Step 2: Measure the inside sections of your shadow box. Then grab your Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad and cut pieces of scrapbooking paper that fit those measurements. For my shadow box, I used 2 different pieces of scrapbooking paper from the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad. The first piece of scrapbooking paper had four different marble patterns on it and the second piece had a collage of different phrases.

Once you have cut your pieces of paper out, begin decorating each piece using your Embrace Today Puffy Stickers. Now, these stickers were originally designed for planners, but they are the perfect size for the inside of a shadow box. Also, since they were originally designed for planners, the arrows and little phrases help to make your items (in the shadow box) stand out even more.

Step 3

Step 3: When all your paper pieces have been decorated, use your favorite adhesive to glue each paper piece into each section of the shadow box.

After all of the paper pieces have dried, you are now ready to fill up your shadow box and display it!

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By painting the house white and using the brighter colors of the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad, it really helps to make your items in the shadow box stand out. Also, the Embrace Today Puffy Stickers help to ”frame” your items and add a bit more detail to each section. For example, I like the look of the ”love” sticker above my miniature dog figurine.

Shadow Box House Supply List: Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad, Embrace Today Puffy Sticker (Life Organized)

Thank you so much for stopping by today and for taking the time to read my very first project post for Paper House Productions! I’m so happy to be on the design team and I can’t wait to make more projects for you guys.

To follow along with all the fun stuff at Paper House Productions, don’t forget to like them on Facebook and to follow their Pinterest page for more project inspiration.

Happy Crafting!
Katie

Scrap lifting from our Pinterest boards!

Julie Tucker-Wolek Circle 2Hi everyone! I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! This week, the Design Team  we are scraplifting a project from the Paper House Productions Pinterest board, and I chose this one from fellow team member Tinagale Husong! 🙂  I love altering things, so when I saw this from Tinagale, I was inspired to make one for my Christmas Decor using the ‘Christmas Joy’ collection!

 

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I started by painting my embroidery hoop a deep green to match my theme. Once that was dry, I cut ‘Christmas Joy’ paper and acetate paper to fit the back of my hoop!  I also took the ‘ornament’ packaging from the Christmas Flake Stickers and used it as an embellishment on here!

 

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And here is Tinagale’s embroidery hoop that I scrap lifted!

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Products used — Christmas Flake Stickers Merry and Bright 3D StickerPeace, Joy and Love 12×12 paperChristmas Joy acetate paperChristmas Epoxy StickersChristmas Memories 12×12 paper 

Christmas Joy Photo Flip Frame

Hello everyone, TinaGale here for my very last project. I’ve so enjoyed being a part of the Paper House team and creating with all the fabulous products. Today I used up some of the last of my Christmas Joy stash to create a little flip album from a frame I picked up at IKEA. It’s going to sit on my desk and I’ll add more photos as the year goes by and update the photos.

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Supplies used: Scrapbook paper – Christmas Memories, Gold Dots, Birch acetate,  Puffy stickers, 3D stickers, enamel stickers,

Photo Frame process video – Christmas Joy Flip album (Paper House)

I used the acetate paper and left it loose against the wood grain paper to create my background. The gold dot paper matted my photo and then I used the red from the other side to create a double mat. Some embellishments and it was perfect.

I hope you enjoyed my little home decor piece and will try creating something like it too for yourself. I pray your family has a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year!

Hugz

TinaGale

 

Christmas Joy Banner

Hello everyone, TinaGale here. For my project today I wanted to do something festive and fun for my office. I love having photos of my family around so this little banner will be a perfect touch. The Christmas Joy collection is one of my favorites and this turned out better than I could even anticipate with all the gold sparkles. PH 1222

Supplies used:

Christmas Joy tags, Christmas Memories, cardstock stickers, planner stickers, puffy stickers, epoxy stickers, rice paper

You can watch the whole process in this video:

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This would have been gorgeous even without all the embellishments but oh my I had fun decking it all out with all the different stickers and embellishments from this collection. I used some candy cane stripe twine from my stash to string it all together.

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I can’t wait to hang it up in my office. It’s sure to brighten my days up while I’m working. I hope you enjoyed my little project and have been inspired to create something to decorate your space with.

Hugz

TinaGale

Christmas Decor DIY with Paper Pads

Shannon Circle2Have you ever heard the phrase, sometimes less is more? Today, I am showing you an easy way to add a lot of impact with just a few (7 to be exact) feathers from the incredibly versatile Project Pads offered at Paper House…these Project Pads can be used for a multitude of projects.

I used the Feathers Project Pad for the altered frame you see below.  Yes, that’s it. That’s all I needed to create the effect needed, which was golden, feathery, white and gentle.

I bought a bare frame and painted it as shown.

Next, I actually covered the glass pane that came with the frame with chalkboard paint. I then got to work hand lettering the fitting lyrics, and then went over them with white glitter glue so there was a bit of magic. Adding two tacks (eyeball this) in each corner, created the perfect placement for the feathers. I  used a hole punch to punch holes in each feather, going for different lengths  and sizes.  Green twine was the perfect touch as the feathers were strung “on the line”.   After the twine was pulled taught and  wrapped around the tacks, I added a bow and bell for each corner.   A little  glitter added here and there, and  we can call the project  finished !  Thanks for letting me share with  you!

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I wanted  you to see a close up of those gold foil feathers because they are really, really perfect for the holidays as a perfect punch of holiday shine.  Just take a look!!

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 I hope I could inspire you to create something for others or yourself in preparation of the upcoming holidays! Have a great day!

Fall Utensil & Napkin Holder & Place Card

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Hello crafty friends! It’s Melinda and it is my turn to share with you today! Here is what I came up with. I created this super fun and easy fall place card and utensil holder!

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Supplies Used:  Autumn Woods Scrapbook PaperPumpkin Spice Scrapbook Paper, Autumn Air Scrapbook Paper, Autumn Woods Cardstock Sticker

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Here is a closer look at the completed double pocket utensil and napkin holder. I created the SVG file for the double pocket and then cut it out in plain green cardstock. I then used some of the gorgeous patterned paper to cut out some mats. Once that was done, I used some of the beautiful cardstock weight stickers to embellish. It was very easy and the results are fantastic.

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Next I created a simple place card. I let the beauty of the patterned paper shine by cutting out a mat with that gorgeous border. I then added a few of the cardstock stickers and then wrote the name. Super easy. I let the stickers and paper do all of the work!

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Here is one last look at the set. Turned out super festive and is will make the perfect compliment to our table next Thursday!

Be sure to head over and do some quick shopping. Various items from the Autumn Woods collection are on sale! Use code: THANKFUL17. SHOP NOW

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and Pick Up The FREE SVG FILE TOO!

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As always, thank you so much for stopping by! Be sure to come back again and see what the rest of the amazingly talented design team is up to! Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!
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DIY Thanksgiving Table Decor

Thanksgiving in the US is coming up quickly and requires all kinds of ingredients for the perfect day. I knew I needed to start working on one ingredient:  cute decor for my table.  With just a few simple ingredients I was able to pull together an adorable turkey and some napkin rings: the most important ingredient being the Feathers Project Pad.  Christine joining you today to showcase my fun DIY Thanksgiving Table Decor.

DIY Thanksgiving Table Decor

Combining the feathers with a couple of circles, some Autumn Woods washi tape, empty toilet paper rolls, and enamel dots; I was able to make both the turkey and some napkin rings.  Here’s the whole process in a quick video!

I can’t even tell you how much fun it was to put this turkey together!  I love it when the project comes together and is just super fun!

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Look at all those pretty patterns in the feathers! I love that the colors coordinate so nicely so that the patterns aren’t overwhelming.  In addition to the turkey I created some napkin rings using the same ingredients!

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So there you have it, simple ingredients that come together to make some beautiful decor!

 

Easy Home Decor With DIY Project Pads

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Hello Hello! I have a photo tutorial for you today showing how to create an easy home decor piece..so easy, in fact, that my 11-year-old son did most of the creating! Here is the finished piece..

 

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Supplies Used-  Feathers Project Pad

Step 1 and  2 – Paint a canvas (any size you like) with a thick, messy coat of heavy white acrylic paint…you want some texture…the more the better! After drying, apply random feathers from the project pad to the canvas, using a removable adhesive (oh, and choose designs you are less likely to want/need for another project)

Steps 3 and 4 – Spray your creation with a heavy coat of gold spray ink so it settles in all the cracks and crannies…leave to dry for at least 24 hours or until completely dry. Remove the feathers to reveal a negative image. Build your home decor piece from there, using more feathers, craft fun foam, and any other little notions you would like. thread, buttons, twine…anything to add interest and texture.

Finish by applying an appropriate quote, saying, or words of your choice. I chose to cut my scripture from black cardstock with my Silhouette but the options for this are endless!

Another great use for his project pad are clean and simple cards…Paired with some stamps, mist, ink, or sewing notions from your craft room can create a striking card in a snap…these two took me 10 min. including drying time!

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Have A Lovely Day!

Sara Scraps