Tween Girl Room Decor with Butterfly Project Pad

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Hi there Paper House Fans!  Christine joining you today with a budget friendly decor idea for a tween girls room!  We moved  into a new house and I have been slowly adding to the decor of my kids rooms.  Join me as I show you an easy tween girl project!

Tween Girl Room Decor by Christine Meyer using Butterflies Paper Pad

My daughter just turned 10 and she’s somewhere between wanting little girl decor and grown up decor.  Paper House Butterfly Project Pad to the rescue!  I pulled out this little budget friendly pad and started popping out the butterflies.

Tween Girl Room Decor by Christine Meyer using Butterflies Paper Pad

The frames surrounding the butterflies were just some plain wood ones that I picked up at a big box store and spray painted black.  I then hung them at angles and started filling them with butterflies.  I attached the butterflies with just a little dab of the gummy tack stuff on the market.

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The butterflies come in all kinds of patterns, sizes, colors, and even gold foiling.  I used about 6 sheets total and barely made a dent in the pad.  That means I have plenty left over to make other fun projects!  Sometimes with projects like this, it’s easier to check it out in a video – so I made quick little one for you!

Now quick – run and grab that fabulous Butterflies Project Pad!

Project Pad Camping Decor

Hello! Samantha with you today to share a little inspiration using one of Paper House’s Punch Out Project Pads. These fun pads a full of hearts, feathers, butterflies, or frames in a variety of patterns and sizes that you just punch out and use. So simple and fun! My piece today is a little Project Pad camping decor.

Supplies: DIY Punch Out Frames Project Pad, Relax Sculpted Sticker

 

My favorite thing about these little punch out frames is how easy it is to create seasonal decor with them. They go together really quickly and are super easy to group together since the colors and patterns coordinate with each other.

There are 2 types of frames in the Project Pad; raised frames and recessed frames. I used a flat die cut of a camper (we love camping with our camper during the summer!) in the recessed frame and some sculpted stickers on the raised frame. The raised texture of the sculpted stickers allowed me to keep my frames clean and simple, but still add a lot of interest by adding texture to the frames.

The frames in the project pad are a great size for grouping together as part of a design element in your home decor. They’re light weight enough that they can stand on their own, or be attached to the wall with a temporary scrapbook adhesive or poster adhesive. So many fun possibilities!

The fun doesn’t stop with the Frames Project Pad. There are 3 more Punch Out Project Pads, and they are all so much fun! In fact, I couldn’t decide on just one project to make for today, so I have a bonus Project Pad project over on my blog today. Head on over there to see how I used the Hearts Project Pad to create this layout.

Home Decor With Project Pads

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Hello Hello! I hope you are all surviving your Monday! To help ward off the blahs, I have a home decor piece to share with you I created using t Project Pads and Clear Cuts Stickers!

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Supplies Used– Hearts Project PadButterflies Project Pad , Bohemian- Friends Clear Stickers

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With so many colors in the project pads, it made it very easy to find colors to coordinate with my decor. My dining room is designed around one of Monet’s Water Lilies painting and, yep, its painted purple….which makes this frame a wonderful addition to the room, and I have the perfect spot to hang it! I also loved adding the clear stickers for tails for some of my butterflies, gold accents, and some pops of teal (also in my dining room!)

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Thank you so much for joining me today! And be sure to get one (or two) of these project pads…I promise you will find lots of uses for them!

Have A Lovely Day!

Sara

Hello Baby Picture Frame Using Pen Blades

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Hello everyone! Carolyn here today with a simple and fun picture frame that can be given as a new baby gift or a project for a special picture. The new Craft Sets from Paper House pair perfectly with the penblades!

Baby frame PH1Supply List: Hello Baby Girl Craft Set,  Hello Baby Girl Paper Crafting Kit, Pen Blades.

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I began with this old wood frame that is meant for crafting. I painted it a long time ago and never liked it. I decided to use the craft set and Pen Blades to bring it back to life. This image shows the decal paper that comes in the kit, the layered stickers, alphas and Pen Blades.

Baby Frame PH5I wrapped the craft paper around the frame while folding down the corners. I used the #11 Pen Blade to cut the window out of the frame. It was so sharp and so easy to control.

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I pushed the sticky paper into the corners and used the Pen Blade to cut off the excess.

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I finished it off with lots of embellishments. I made the accordion flower by scoring a  strip of paper in intervals and then folding them into a flower shape. I’m so happy to be enjoying this frame again and that you could join me today.

Have a wonderful day!

Carolyn Johnson

The World is Wide Home Decor

Hello! Samantha with you to share a piece of wall art I created with Paper House’s Travel Craft Set and a PenBlade. We love to travel, so this The World is Wide home decor piece is perfect for my living room wall.

 

Supplies: Travel Craft Set, #15 PenBlade

I started my project by printing out my saying on regular computer paper. Then I used a bit of temporary adhesive to help hold my printed words to my sticker sheet. The sticker sheet I picked is one of 3 different printed full sheet stickers that come in the Travel Craft Set. I used my PenBlade to cut out my words. I used the #15 PenBlade because it is super sharp and very thin, which makes it perfect for precision cuts.

I used a bit of transfer tape (like you’d use on decorative vinyl) to transfer my letters to a piece of wood that I stained. You don’t need to uses transfer tape for this step, it just made it a bit faster and easier for me to line ever thing up.

I used some of the 3-d and enamel stickers that come in the Travel Craft Set to decorate my piece. It’s so nice that all the coordinating bits come in one box! Adding dimensional stickers to a flat piece of home decor really helps it pop.

All completed, this The World is Wide home decor piece is a fun way to add a personal touch to your walls. Do you like to travel far and wide? Save

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Paper House Around the Web

We always love seeing what our fans are up to and this month we have seen so many fun projects that caught our eye!  Here’s just a taste of some of our faves!

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We love this fun card by Latisha Yoast and how she put together various elements from the Discover USA Collection – she shared this one over on this blog post from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.

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For a creative twist, Michele Kovack turned the Discover USA Collection into a mini camper and featured it over at the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L blog as well!

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Look at all those Flip Albums! We found these on Seragirl’s Facebook Page!

We don’t see too many two page layouts but this one really caught our eye! This comes from the Scrapbook.com gallery and is by Phellewell! She used the All Star Paper Pad to create this great spread!

Niagara Falls Vacation Flip Album

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Are you looking for an easy but creative way to document those vacation memories? How about one of our Flip Albums?  Christine joining you today with the Adventure Flip Album that I turned into an album about our vacation to Niagara Falls.
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Niagara Falls Adventure Flip Album Supplies Used: Adventure Flip Album, Family Vacation 3D Sticker, Let Freedom Ring Cardstock Stickers

Do you have tons of photos from a vacation that will never make it onto a scrapbook layout – this is an area where I think the Flip Albums are super handy!  I was never going to make enough layouts to use all the pictures I liked from this vacation, but I was able to get enough into the Flip Album that I covered it well!  I changed up the cover of my Flip Album to personalize it!

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Rather than show you a whole slew of pictures of the album I put together a quick video walk thru of it!

Now quick, run out and grab one of these fun albums to play with and decorate!

Little Things Flip Album With Sara

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Hello Hello! I hope you are all having a wonderful day. Thank you for stopping by today! I have a sweet flip album to share with you using the Little Things Flip Album along with some other Paper House Productions…this post will be a bit photo heavy so let’s jump right in!
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20170413_104702 I love the added gold from the Our Wedding Clear Stickers…they are very versatile…and not just for weddings!

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And these puffy stickers are some of my favorite embellishments! They are so puffy! And perfect to add some texture and whimsical elements to my album!

These Flip Albums make amzing gifts! This one is for my brother and sister-in-law…ssshhhhh! I hope they love it as much as I do!

Have A Lovely Day!
Sara

Be Happy with a transformation!

artistic-wolek-34Hi everyone! Julie with you here today sharing an upcycled project with you using the Be Happy paper pad! When I first saw this paper pad, I was in LOVE! All that PINK! My fave color!  I went to a neighbor’s yard sale a few weeks ago, and she had this old, beat up jewelry carousel for $3.00! I knew I had to have it!

 

Here it is –

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Kind of old and beat up, so I decided to re-vamp it! I started by pulling out the old felt pieces inside, removing the hardware, and then I painted it black! I then grabbed my “Be Happy” paper collection and grabbed some of the papers that I knew would be perfect for my vision!

And here is the end result!

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And since I already had a jewelry hanger for my necklaces in my bathroom, what do you think I wanted to use this for?  Well — I used it for my Paper House Productions stickers of course!! This is now in my scrap room with my stickers on display!

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And the best part?  The carousel rotates — so I can turn it and see the stickers on the side!

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I love taking old things and transforming them into something new and functional! So next time you visit a yard sale or antique store, don’t look at it all as junk, look at it as what you can transform it into!