There’s a HUGE variety of glues and adhesives on the market and the choice can be a little overwhelming, especially if you are relatively new to papercrafting and scrapbooking. I’ve been doing some form of papercrafting for over 20 years, so I’ve tried lots of different glues on various types of projects, and definitely have my favorites.
In this video, I’ll attempt to demystify the glue options, show you some of my favorites and explain where they work best. Enjoy!
Celebrate the arrival of spring with these beautiful daffodils, complete with their own lovely vase. Perfect for home decor, Mother’s Day, a get well gift or even just because!
For people with electronic cutters, the papercrafting pattern download includes SVG, MTC, DXF and PDF files. The file can be cut in Make-the-Cut, Sure Cuts a Lot, Silhouette Studio and Cricut Design Space, as well as other cutter software that accepts any of these file types. The file cuts well on any size mat, depending on your desired finished size.
For people without electronic cutters, a scissor cutting file in pdf is also included that can be printed on the 8 1/2 x 11″ paper of your choice and cut using scissors or a craft knife.
Assembly instructions with photos are also included.
How to turn paper into a sexy Valentine’s Day gift for your guy that costs next to nothing! Just print the pattern and cut out all the pieces, or cut the pieces on your electronic cutter. Both file versions are included! Then follow the instructions to assemble the Bustier and add your own magic for a gift he won’t forget!
This morning I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, and was quite surprised and thrilled to see the most adorable version of my 3D Kitchen Mixer pattern featured on the Echo Park Paper blog!
Jana Eubank, one of their design team members, created this colorful version using papers from several Echo Park collections, and also featured it on her personal blog, as part of a super cute gift package.
Welcome to 2017! This simple title, available as a solid or outline, is perfect for adding to new year’s greeting cards, traditional scrapbook pages or pocket scrapbook pages. Click the image to download this pattern absolutely free.