There's more to scrapbooking and cardmaking than gluing random pieces of paper together! Learn techniques like how to mix patterned paper and your scrapbook page layouts will look so much more polished.
Heres another dollar-store challenge! Transform a $1 purchase into a bead-embellished boutique item. Look for address books featuring flowers, and you can give them a cloisonn effect with metallic thread.
With a special glue embossing technique, create a beautiful album for your "treasured memories." The technique creates wonderful texture for floral accents and chalk creates soft colors.
If you're looking for a way to spruce up your bedroom try this tutorial from Alexa Westerfield for a Paper Graffiti Lamp. Making your own graffiti is easy when you use some paint and telephone book pages.
Dazzled with stars and whimsical borders, these Neverland Paper Lanterns are a great addition to any party decoration. A little origami and a little simple paper crafting technique, these paper lanterns are deceptively easy (and fun) to make.
Perfect for seasonal decorating, this Quilted Paper Tree is a wonderful way to add some character to your home. Use up leftover paper scraps to create this lovely wall hanging that mirrors a popular quilting design. This is a fun project for scrapbookers and those with a lot of extra paper on hand. You could also recycle old magazine pages, greeting cards, letters, and much more. Let your creativity soar with this lovely simple and easy paper project.
Dress up your gifts with a lovely spring-themed flower tag and envelope set; just follow these simple guidelines for this recycled handmade paper project.
This creative handcrafted paper card is perfect for autumn greetings.
This psychedelic centerpiece is easy to make and fun to look at. Create from tissue paper and chenille.
Make this cute, mini Lady Bug Tea Gift Bag for all of your friends. Maria Nerius will show you how in this step-by-step tutorial for an easy paper craft. Don't like tea? Fill your little bag with candy instead!