Paper House Christmas Sticker Cards

Melinda Circle2Hello crafty friends,

Melinda here with you today and I am excited to share some super quick and easy cards I created with some of the Paper House Productions Christmas paper and stickers! Here is what I came up with.

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Supplies Used: Christmas Joy Double Sided Paper, Christmas Joy Mega Accessory Set Christmas Magic Cardstock Multi Pack, Merry & Bright 3D StickersChristmas Washi Tape

For both cards, I started with a cream cardstock base. Standard A2 size. They are 4.25 x 11 and scored at 5.5 to make them a top fold base.

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For this card, I used the Christmas Joy patterned paper from both sides. That wonderful image of the ornament and pine cone is a perfect 4×3 image on the “other” side of the striped print side. I paired it with a couple of stickers. I ran some of the wonderful washi tape along the side and that was it!  Made this card shine with no effort!Paper House Productions Christmas Stickers card

Here is a closer look at the cardstock sticker I used for the sentiment. I love the weight of these stickers. They are a perfect option.

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For this next card, I created the little tag and banner svg file and cut them out of some plain cardstock. I then used the stocking sticker from the 3D sticker set. I love the layers and it even has some glitter on the top.  It was the perfect element. I added the Ho Ho Ho sticker to the bottom as it was a perfect match. Like the previous card, I used more of the same patterned paper and again used the beautiful foiled vellum washi tape to give the card a finished border.

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I added a couple of puffy stickers to add a little visual interest to the corner and it was all done! Quick, easy and love the beautiful elegance. I let the fantastic range of products from Paper House do all the hard work!

Be sure to head over to the Paper House Shop and grab your Christmas supplies today! There is still time to make some fantastic cards and tags for your holiday gift giving! Be sure to come back by and see what the other elves….er….designers are busy creating! You won’t be disappointed! Until the next time, have a wonderfully crafty day!

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2018 Design Team Announcement

It’s an exciting day here at Paper House Productions – the day we get to share our new Design Team with you!  This talented group of designers will be sharing projects with you right here (and all over our social media) for the first six months of 2018.  We received so many wonderful applications and want to thank each and every one of you that took the time to apply!  Here’s the team:

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2018 Design Team

Christine Meyer – Creative Team Coordinator

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YouTube Channel ♦ Blog
Facebook Page ♦ Instagram

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Caitlyn Storm
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Website/Blog Facebook Twitter
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Katie King
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Khristina Sorge
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Laura Cox
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Maria Russell
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Our talented team for 2017 will be rounding out the year with us and you can look for these ladies creations beginning in January!

December Pocket Album Pages

Happy December! Samantha here with you. Every December I create a pocket style mini album that I use to document all the fun we have during December. I love having all our memories in one place, and truthfully, if I didn’t do a quick pocket style album for December, it might never get scrapped. I love Christmas and pack in a lot of fun! Today I have the first few pages from my December pocket album. It’s not too late to start your own!

Supplies: Christmas Joy Tags, Christmas Joy Peace Joy and Love, Merry and Bright 3D Sticker, Christmas Magic Cardstock Multipack, Christmas Puffy Stickers

I like to keep my designs simple. Cut apart tags are a great way to fill empty space and add a pretty design element. Add a sticker or two right on top of your photos for an extra touch of personalization.

The best part of scrapping an album like this is that you can come back to add more if you’re creating a page about an activity that takes place throughout the season. For example, we watch Christmas movies and have special treats all December long. I still have space to add one more photo, and it’s really easy to pull out my journaling tag to add to the list of movies we watched and coordinating treats that we had.

You can even mix and match the sizes of your photos. I mix 4 x 6 pages in with my standard 6 x 8 photos. There are no rules here. The more you mix the textures of your embellishments and sizes of your photos, the more you’ll love your album.

How do you document your December?

 

 

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Christmas Joy Scrapbook Layout

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Are you getting excited for Christmas?! I sure am! It’s Carolyn back today with a scrapbook layout using the Christmas Joy collection. There are so many fun stickers and pretty papers, this layout was easy to make.

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Supplies for Christmas Joy Layout: Christmas Memories 12″ Double Sided Scrapbook Paper, Merry and Bright 3D Sticker, Christmas Magic Cardstock Multi Pack, Christmas Flake Stickers, Christmas Puffy Clips, Christmas Stick On Pockets, Peace Joy and Love 12″ Double Sided Scrapbook PaperChristmas Joy Tags 12″ Double Sided Foil Scrapbook Paper.

I began with these two pictures of super excited children eagerly awaiting their gifts. I really love the Christmas Memories paper so I used it as my background. I cut out the wreath with my Silhouette Cameo using the Peace Joy Love paper. Next I layered the stripe paper behind my photos. On the other side of the photos, I used the poinsettia stick on pockets. The holly leaf stick on pocket is perfect for holding one of my pictures.

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Can you find the flake stickers on my layout? They blend in so perfectly, it is hard to tell they are not part of the pictures. The star on the tree, the Santa hat, the holly leaves and four of the presents are flake stickers.

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To finish the layout I used a 3D title and pulled the puffy clip present off the clip to add dimension. There are also cardstock stickers for some sentiments, the date and star embellishments.

Make sure to stop by the Paper House Shop to pick-up some Christmas goodies! Have a wonderful, scrappy holiday season!

10 Christmas Cards Video Tutorial

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Hi there Paper House fans! Are you like me and just running around checking things off your list!?! Today I have 10 easy Christmas Cards that you can make with supplies from the Christmas Joy Collection!

 

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Supply List: 

Here’s a full video walk thru of how to make all ten cards!

I’ve also got a few close-ups of my favorite cards from the set!

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I love how this one showcases what you can do with just a cut-apart page and a 3D Sticker!

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This one nicely highlights the epoxy stickers in the collection!

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And this one is a combo of the 3D Stickers, Epoxy Stickers, and the Cut-Apart Page!  Simple but still beautiful!

Thanks for joining us today!

Christine

Christmas Joy Cards

CarolynCircle2Hello! Carolyn here to show you three really fun Christmas cards. I used the Christmas Joy Life Organized collection. All three cards required my Silhouette Cameo and corresponding files from their store to cut the images. I just love how they turned out!

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Supplies: Christmas Puffy Sticker, Christmas Epoxy Sticker, Christmas Rice Paper Border Sticker, Peace Joy and Love 12″ Double Sided Scrapbook Paper, Christmas Memories 12″ Double Sided Scrapbook Paper, Christmas Joy Tags 12″ Double Sided Foil Scrapbook Paper, Merry and Bright 3D StickerChristmas Magic Cardstock Multi Pack.

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This snowman card is a piece of 12 x 12 white cardstock folded and then cut in half. I cut a square of the stripped paper and a slightly smaller square of brown paper. The first layer of the snowman is brown, then white, then red. I finished it off with some buttons and google eyes from my stash and Life Organized puffy stickers.

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The window card is a layer of red paper, then white, then brown. The reindeer, trees and green strip are from the rice paper border stickers. The stars are a mix of epoxy and puffy stickers and the sentiment is from the cardstock multi pack.

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The candy cane card is a layer of brown paper that I back-stitched with embroidery thread before adhering it to the white cardstock. I cut those candy canes a few times before getting the stripes to line up the way I wanted! The center stickers are 3D and the surrounding stars are epoxy stickers.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Now I just need to decide who gets to receive these cards!

Christmas Decor DIY with Paper Pads

Shannon Circle2Have you ever heard the phrase, sometimes less is more? Today, I am showing you an easy way to add a lot of impact with just a few (7 to be exact) feathers from the incredibly versatile Project Pads offered at Paper House…these Project Pads can be used for a multitude of projects.

I used the Feathers Project Pad for the altered frame you see below.  Yes, that’s it. That’s all I needed to create the effect needed, which was golden, feathery, white and gentle.

I bought a bare frame and painted it as shown.

Next, I actually covered the glass pane that came with the frame with chalkboard paint. I then got to work hand lettering the fitting lyrics, and then went over them with white glitter glue so there was a bit of magic. Adding two tacks (eyeball this) in each corner, created the perfect placement for the feathers. I  used a hole punch to punch holes in each feather, going for different lengths  and sizes.  Green twine was the perfect touch as the feathers were strung “on the line”.   After the twine was pulled taught and  wrapped around the tacks, I added a bow and bell for each corner.   A little  glitter added here and there, and  we can call the project  finished !  Thanks for letting me share with  you!

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I wanted  you to see a close up of those gold foil feathers because they are really, really perfect for the holidays as a perfect punch of holiday shine.  Just take a look!!

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 I hope I could inspire you to create something for others or yourself in preparation of the upcoming holidays! Have a great day!

December Planning

Hello, TinaGale here with my December planning pages. I couldn’t wait to use the new Christmas Joy collection in my memory planner. The colors and images are stunning.

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You can view the collection and my thought process in this video along with my weekly spread. Memory Keeping Planner video

Supplies used: Christmas Joy epoxy stickers, puffy stickers, cardstock stickers, sticker flakes, epoxy clips, puffy clips, corner stickers, washi, rice paper

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The washi is a favorite of mine because you can use it on all your pages to create harmony among them and it’s so economical. The gold foiling Merry Christmas washi is a perfect touch.

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I left plenty of room so I can add in our memories through the month. I hope you enjoyed a look into my memory keeping and will give it a try.

Hugz

TinaGale

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