The alphas included in the sticker set make it easy to add a sentiment to your cards or titles to your LO’s…..great to have that flexibility! The foiled outlines on some of the stickers add a pretty touch, like the flowers here, and the attention to detail on these images is perfect….isn’t the two-seat bike adorable?!!
Paper House has so many amazing paper pads to choose from, and the Marbleous12×12 paper pad is the perfect compliment to the It Takes Two Sticky Pix! The pretty marbled papers make an awesome background and add texture to the cards with their gorgeous colors.
One of the things I love, you can layer these stickers up as I did with the bicycle card, or you can keep it super clean and simple like this I love you card:
It uses one of the sentiments, and a few of the cute heart stickers. Quick and simple! Cardmaking made easy…..it doesn’t get much more simple then that! Great to have these sticker packs on hand if you need to make a card in just a few minutes!
Thanks for stopping by today! Hope you are inspired to give the Sticky Pix Cardstock Stickers a try! You can find them HERE in the Paper House store!
Hi everyone! Laura here with you today and I’m sharing a fun printers tray project using some great products from both PaperHouse AND Xyron….what a perfect combo!
This project starts with a whole bunch of Paper House and Xyron goodness…..
They all come together to create this piece of home decor that captures our family trip to Arizona!
Paper House has great Travel 2D stickers for the states and the Succulent FauxEnamel Stickers work well with the desert vibe on this project. Think outside the box when you are using stickers….in this set, many of the plants are in cute little clay pots. Some were left that way, but some, I trimmed off the cactus to use on its own and layered it into torn pieces from the Color Washed 12×12 Paper Pad. The Sticky PixClear Cuts are also a great way to add interest to a project, and being clear, they can go right on your photos as well.
Something that brings this project all together is the beautiful washi tape. Love that the Paper House washi comes with a wide and narrow width tape in the same package! You can layer it up on plain white or black cardstock to create backgrounds, borders, and also die-cut to create a project title.
The Xyron Sticker Maker makes it easy to add adhesive to the letters, and if you need a little clean up of the extra adhesive, the Xyron Adhesive Eraser has got it covered….nothing like the perfect tools to bring a project together!
All the individual squares and layers on this project are held together beautifully by the Xyron Tape Runner. It has a strong adhesive that holds all the layers in place.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Stop back soon for more inspiration!
Hi everyone! As many of you already know, I love making home décor projects that don’t require a billion different supplies and that are easy to create. On my own blog, one home décor project that I tend to make over and over is clocks. I love making my own clocks because 1) they are easy to make and 2) they are a great way to show off your favorite craft supplies, Since Paper House Productions has recently come out with a bunch of cute new products, I thought it be fun to show you how easy it is to make your own clock!
Today, I am going to show you how to make your own Mini Canvas Clock! This clock was created using a couple of differnt Paper House products, but the star of the show is definitely Paper House’s Enamel Stickers. If you are not familiar with the Enamel Stickers, they are brand new to Paper House and are just so adorable! Each Enamel Sticker pack has a specific theme and contains about 10 to 13 stickers which are very vibrant in color. For today’s project, as you can probably guess, I chose to use the Llamas Faux Enamel Stickers!
To create your own Mini Canvas Clock featuring Enamel Stickers, you would do the following:
Step 1: Grab your 5-inch by 5-inch canvas and make a mark in the center of your canvas (this center would be at 2 ½ inches). Then take your awl and poke a hole where you made your mark in the center of your canvas. When poking the hole, you will want to make it big enough, so your main clock piece can go through.
Note- I decided to use an awl because we are essentially poking a hole through some thin canvas and cardboard. However, if you didn’t want to use an awl, you could also use a drill for this step instead.
Step 2: Grab some scrapbooking paper (from the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad) that will match your stickers and cut out a 5-inch by 5-inch piece. Then glue that piece to your canvas (using your favorite adhesive) and re-poke the hole in the middle. Finally, add some washi tape around the edges of the canvas, to give it a more finished look. The washi tape that I used in this project was the thin gold washi tape from the Wine Washi Tape Set.
Step 3: Now grab your enamel stickers (I’m using the Llamas Faux Enamel Stickers) and decide which four stickers you want to use. Then place your chosen four stickers where 12, 3, 6 and 9 would be on your canvas.
Once you are done decorating your canvas, add in your clock kit and you are now ready to display your new clock!
The nice thing about this project is that you can customize the whole thing from beginning to end. For example, besides changing the paper/stickers, you could also change the size of the canvas to create a bigger clock. Also, since most of the Enamel Sticker packs come with 12 stickers, you could easily use all 12 stickers (instead of 4) to create your clock.
Finally, when displaying your clock, think about including it as part of a gallery wall, displaying it in your office or simply displaying it on a bookshelf.
First off, I have to say that the color washed paper pad is just gorgeous. It’s also extremely versatile. When you first look at it, it has a really feminine elegant feel, with pops of gold foil everywhere. However, as you can see from my layout, it can easily be used for layouts that have a little more masculine, streamlined feel. The mix of colors and textures in this paper pad really allow you to make it anything you want.
I love to create focal points on my layouts by clustering embellishments. I used stickers from the School Mixed Sticker Pack and the School Planner Stickers to get a mix of textures. There are cardstock stickers, chipboard stickers, clear stickers, and even foiled stickers all mixed into this little cluster of embellishments.
I used alphabet stickers from the Beach Cardstock Stickers Multi Pack for my title. I just really loved the way the navy blue alphas popped against the white and aqua blue.
Don’t forget to get your camera all charged up so you’ll be ready to take some fun back to school photos! Then, while your kids are heading back to school, you can create a school layout or two, too. When is back to school for you and yours? Save