Today's tutorial shows how you can get a faux embossed look on your projects using the die cuts and punches you already have in your collection in just a few simple steps. Take a look at the full tutorial…Continue
Happy Friday! It’s Lori here with this week’s sketch challenge. I kept things simple this week, using some fun patterned papers to add interest to this simple layout. The image and sentiment are from the Tagline: Uglies set from…Continue
Today, October 22nd, we are celebrating our Paper Craft Planet leader, Susanna Boyd's, birthday with a week-long Blog Hop celebration that every member on the Planet can participate in!
The Super Novas got together and each made a special birthday gift for Susanna's birthday. In honor of this momentous occasion, we invite everyone to join in the hop and post a birthday greeting on each of their blogs for a chance to win some fun blog candy! Check out all the details--and my…
Today I’m showing you a simple technique that you can use to add a background to a stamped or paper pieced scene. All you need is ink, a sponge or ink applicator tool, and a scallop edged piece.
Here are a few examples of things with scalloped edges that you could use to create a template for sponging a cloud filled sky. You probably already have a bunch of things in your crafting collection that you can use. First up is a…Continue