Paper House/Tombow Fall Blog Hop & Giveaway – Day One

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Welcome to Day One of the Paper House/Tombow Fall Blog Hop! We’ve got lots of Tricks and lots of Treats to share with you all week long.  To kick things off let’s check out a couple of beautiful projects.  Once you check those out be sure to scroll down to find out about our giveaway!

First up we have Samantha with a Haunted House:

I combined Tombow markers and Paper House Wicked Spooky collection to create a spooktacular haunted house. Paper House papers lay the foundation for the house, while tracing the edges of the house, windows, and doors with different colored Tombow Twintone markers creates a finishing touch – instead of unfinished chipboard sticking out, all you see is bright Tombow color that coordinates perfectly with the colors in Wicked Spooky. Check out more details (like how I covered the rooftops with Paper House Halloween Washi Tape) on my blog.

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Supplies: Tombow Twintone Markers Brights, Wicked Spooky Moonlight, Wicked Spooky Ghosts, Wicked Spooky Washi Tape, Wicked Spooky Halloween Flake Stickers, Wicked Spooky Halloween Epoxy Stickers

Next up is Sara showcasing her Fall Planner Spread:

sara-circle-2 Hello Hello! I’m so happy to be with you today to kick off another week of  projects featuring Tombow products! I was very impressed with the products Tombow gifted me with! They were absolutely perfect to play with my planner and get a little messy! I used the packaging technique with my Two-Tone markers (with NO BLEED THROUGH!) and paired them with the amazing Autumn Woods planner collection to plan the first week in October.

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Supplies Used- Autumn Woods Planner Stickers , Autumn Woods Rice Paper Border Stickers , Autumn Woods Flake Stickers , Autumn Woods Washi Tape Set

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I also have a Plan With Me process video to share which highlights all of the fun products I used:

Giveaway and Sale!

All week long you can grab our fall products, found here, at a special discounted rate!  Just enter SPOOKYDT17 for 25% from now until the 14th!

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Wanna get in on the giveaway and win the Wicked Good Scrapbooking and Planner Accessory Collections???  Just leave a comment on any of the posts this week for your chance to win!  Comment each day for multiple entries!

We’ll be back tomorrow with some more spooky surprises but don’t forget to head on over to Tombow

to see what their team has created!

Harvest Blessings Fall Home Decor Fence

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Hello crafty friends!  Melinda here with you today and I am super excited about my project. We were tasked with making something “off the page” and so I decided to make a Fall Home Decor Fence.

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Supplies Used: The Great Outdoors Paper Crafting Kit, Autumn Air Scrapbook Paper, Autumn Woods Cardstock Stickers

I started by creating my cut file. I didn’t have anymore chipboard so I used several sheets of brown cardstock. Once I glued all the layers together, I cut out the pieces from my brown wood paper that came in the Great Outdoors paper crafting kit. I liked that this particular piece of patterned paper had a wood grain with no “planks look” I could cut the fence pieces out with out worrying about having any odd lines.
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Next I assembled my fence posts and lined them up. I then adhered the horizontal planks to make the fence pieces hold together.  I added some brads to give the appearance of nails.

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I then designed and cut four layers of the harvest blessing. I glued and stacked the four cuts to add some strength and a bit of dimension to the words.

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Next I fussy cut the pretty pumpkins from a piece of the Autumn Air paper. The weight of this paper is great. Not too flimsy at all. I added some foam tape to the back and they made the perfect border for my fence.

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I then turned to my cardstock sticker set and added the sweet little animals. And the little pumpkin sticker at the bottom.

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This view shows how the layers of cardstock gave the pieces a nice thick look and a very sturdy feel.

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I then created this fun little sign to hang with another sticker and added it to a piece of the same Autumn Air paper. It has a wood grain look too. I used some hemp to hang it and some more brads.

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For the back I simply cut strips of cardstock at 2.25 x 12. I scored each strip at 1″, 6″ and 11″. I folded each strip in half and glued it together. I folded the 1″ pieces so that they would act as a hinge and glued it to my project. I glue about four of the strips together to make each leg nice and sturdy. I used a hole punch to punch a hole and then knotted some hemp and then glue it to the other side through the holes so that it would act as the bottom part of the base. This way when it’s time to put it away, I can lay it flat for storage.

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Here’s one last look at my completed project.

If you would like to create your own project be sure to head over to the store and purchase your stickers and paper.  I am sharing the cut file pattern with you here for a limited time. If you have a craft cutting machine that uses: AI, DXF, SVG, STUDIO or WPC files, then you can use this file.

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Well, that about covers it for today. Be sure to stop back by and see what the rest of the designers are creating. Also, please stop by my blog and see what else I am up to!  Until the next time, Have a wonderfully crafty day!

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Wood Plank Home Decor With Field Study

sara-circle-2 Hello Hello! I hope you are having a wonderful day! Thank you so much for stopping by to visit the blog! My dear mother recently spent an extended period in the hospital. I decided to create a home decor/art piece that included a photo of all her grandchildren to brighten up her room and then she can hang it in her home in a few weeks when she is discharged.  This Wood Plank Home Decor incorporates the beautiful Field Study paper pad to decorate it.Wood Plank Home Decor using Field Study from Paper House Productions

Products Used- Field Study 12″ Paper Pad

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I fussy cut as many butterflies as I could to include on the wood plank. I adhered everything with a mixture of wet glue or glue dots and I added dimension by putting some craft foam behind the butterflies.

IMG_1952 I chose patterns and cut apart pieces from the paper pad that showcased the GORGEOUS copper foil in this pad…absolutely stunning!

I hope you enjoyed this project today…and, yes, my mama loved it a bunch!

Have A Lovely Day!

Sara

DIY Thankful Note Board

Hello! Samantha here with you. I have a project today that’s not only great for fall but also a wonderful way to put a positive emphasis on interactions between family members. This DIY Thankful Note Board is a really fun way to get everyone involved in small acts of gratitude.

Supplies: Autumn Woods Autumn Woods, Autumn Woods Washi Tape, Autumn Woods Rice Paper Border Stickers, Autumn Woods Puffy Clips, Feathers Project Pad and Discover Italy Cardstock Multi Pack

We’re using this note board this fall to leave each other notes of gratitude. There are no rules to how to use the note board. The idea is just to write down something you’re grateful for about another family member or a note of thanks if they did something kind for you. It’s a fun way to call out acts of everyday kindness!

I had a small frame with a recessed area of about 4″ x 4″. I painted the frame with brown paint, and then went to town decorating it with embellishments from the Autumn Woods collection (and a few other collections, as well). I thought the feathers from the Feather Project Pad coordinated beautifully with Autumn Woods, so I added a few of those. To give them a bit of a 3D effect, I took a bone folder and scored the feathers down the middle. Folding them a little along the score line gives the feathers some extra dimension, perfect for an off the page project.

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Since I was using feathers on this project, it seemed like the perfect choice to use this sweet little owl for our note board clip. The metal is nice and sturdy, so we’ll be able to use it over and over again without the metal getting fatigued.

I finished up by using washi tape to add some borders (and a pop of color) to the frame.

I can’t wait to start using our thankful note board to add some extra gratitude to our days.
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Autumn Woods Altered Jars

Julie Tucker-Wolek Circle 2Hi everyone! Julie here today with a project I made using the ‘Autumn Woods’ collection!  I found these little glass jars at an antique store, and I knew I wanted to dress them up for Fall!  Let’s take a look at my Autumn Woods Altered Jars.

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And here is what I turned them into!  I used various stickers from Autumn Woods as well as patterned paper to decorate the jars.

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The little woodland creatures add a nice touch to the collection.  The puffy stickers were a great way to add some dimension to the project.

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I lined the top with a rice paper border that has beautiful foiling on it.  Next time you are at  store and see a cheap, plain jar; grab it!  Make it your own with your paper crafting supplies.

 

Hello Fall Home Decor with Autumn woods

Hello, TinaGale here with a fun little home decor project. I love fall time and the weather is telling me we are getting close. I decided to use the Autumn Woods collection to create a  wreath.

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Supplies used: Autumn Woods paper, Life Organized epoxy stickers, stickers,  flake stickers, Color washed paper pad.


You can watch the full process here

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I used the Color washed paper pad to cut some flowers and leaves from a silhouette cut file. The little flake stickers were perfect to fit into a little cup to make a shaker on one of the flowers. Such a fun little element.

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I hope you enjoyed my project today and will look at some of your supplies in a different way and make something fun for your home.

Happy Scrapping

TinaGale

Craft Set Welcome Sign

Hello! Samantha with you again. Today I’m showing you one of my favorite ways to use Paper House’s Craft Sets. Read on to find out what that is and how I made this welcome sign.

 

Paper House Supplies: Baby Boy Craft Set, Southwest Clear Stickers

Additional Supplies: Paint, Apple barrel lid

I built my welcome sign from an apple barrel lid that I picked up from my local farmers market for $5. I only bought one, but I’m pretty sure I’ll be going back for more now! I put a single coat of white paint on the lid, and then it was all set for me to embellish.

Now, on to my favorite way to use these beautiful craft sets: die cut them with an electronic cutting machine! I used a Silhouette Cameo, but you could do it just as easily with a Cricut machine.

I treated the big sticker sheets just like I would vinyl. I created my “Welcome” in my Silhouette Studio Software. Then I placed the sticker sheet on a cutting mat. Finally, I set my blade speed and depth to the same settings I use for cutting vinyl.

When you’re done cutting, weed out the unused portions of the sticker sheet. You can then transfer your cut by hand or with a transfer sheet (like the kind you use for wall vinyl) to your project.

I finished up my welcome sign with a few accent stickers from the Southwest Clear Sticker set.

Being able to cut the sticker sheets with an electronic die cutting machine opens up a whole world of possibilities for these fun craft sets. I know this craft set welcome sign is just the beginning for me! Save

Altered Monogram using the Baby Girl Craft Set

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Hi everyone! Julie with you here today to share an altered project I made using a Paper House Craft Set! These are so fun and easy to use!I started with this “B,” that I found at an antique store! I painted it  and tused the Baby Girl Craft Set to add some fun!

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And here is what I turned this “B” into!  This is for a decor item for my daughter Brookie.67

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These are so easy to apply and I really loved how this turned out (and so does my daughter!)  It is self adhesive, and it I love how smoothly it went on my project!

Thanks for stopping by!

 

Project Pad Calendar

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Hello! Carolyn back today and I am super excited to show you the calendar I made with the Punch Out Project Pads. My daughter has become quite interested in dance this year and is always making little calendars to keep track of her practice. When I saw this white board I knew she would love it and I would have fun decorating it!

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Project Pad Calendar Supply List: Frames Project Pad, Hearts Project Pad, and Butterflies Project Pad.

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I began by choosing the colors I wanted and then punching out a whole bunch of butterflies and hearts. I played with them until I figured out a layering pattern that I liked and glued a bunch together. I adhered them to magnetic strips so that my daughter can move them anywhere she would like on the board.

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I went through the frame pad and punched out all the cards with words on them that I felt fit my theme of dance and practice. I punched out corresponding frames (which have the folds already scored) and glued everything together. I also put magnetic strips on the back of the frames.

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These box frames I stuffed with tissue so they would be sturdier when pulled off the board. I had lots of fun layering hearts to make flowers and decorate the boxes.

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The project pads make a craft like this so easy! They are packed with a variety of shapes and colors that all coordinate. This would be an easy craft with kids and my daughter is excited to make more accessories for her board with me.

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!