Make your own floral embellishments for card making or other paper crafts with this project and video tutorial. Learn how to do placemat cutting with this paper craft video.
Use paper flower patterns to make homemade embellishments for cards and scrapbook layouts. These templates to make paper flowers are easy to make when you follow along with our video tutorial.
The no more shims embossing mat takes the guesswork out of using all sorts of dies and embossing folders from different companies in your die cutting machine. In addition, it allows you to use many household items and materials as an embossing plate as well! Learn how to use the no more shims embossing mat in this craft video!
Create this gorgeous card using the embossed resist technique, which is actually quite simple to do. You'll be embossing everything once you finish watching this video!
Learn how to add incredible shimmer and sparkle to your stamped images while still using your colored pencils for depth and dimension. This video demonstrates how easy it is with Luminarte Twinkling H2Os!
Store your holiday, birthday, or wedding cards in this easy to make Holiday Card Storage Box. This is also a great way to keep blank cards organized so you always have a greeting for every occasion.
Watch Latrice Murphy demonstrate how to create handmade embellishments from what you already have. This includes fabric, paper and even gift bag tissue paper! All of these materials and more can easily be transformed into scrapbooking embellishments.
Transform an old dollar store notebook into something super cute and fun! This Bow Wow Mini Notebook makes a great gift or stocking stuffer idea, and dog lovers of all ages are sure to love it! Use this notebook to write down phone numbers, things to remember, or brainstorm names for your new puppy!
Take your illustrations to a new level with this Copic Marker Techniques video. Copic art markers are great for all of your paper projects, and they're so easy and fun to use. You can find Copic marker sets in various craft stores.
In part 1, Kara L.C. Jones of Mother Henna demonstrates how to prep a old paper, wire-bound journal for layering and medium. She transforms a plain journal through the artistic process.