Memory Keeping in a Traveler’s Notebook – Part 2

Have you tried out Memory Keeping in a Traveler’s Notebook Yet?  We have a whole line of Journey Books that you will just love!  Wendy is going to walk us thru the next installment in her book about her 16 year old!  Here’s her fabulous spread!

Memory Keeping Ideas in a Traveler's Notebook

Take a look at all the details in this gorgeous dance spread in Wendy’s video below:

Keep an eye out for the third installment in this amazing series!

Wedding Card Ideas

Our designers have been mixing and matching stickers and patterned papers and they have some fabulous cards to share today!

Clean and Simple Wedding Cards by Samantha Taylor using Paper House Productions

A simple combination of the Marbleous Paper Pad and Eat, Drink, Married 3D Stickers is all that Samantha needed to make these striking cards!

Make Ten Wedding Cards in just 5 Minutes using Paper House Productions Washi Tape and 3D Stickers

Christine took a similar approach using the same stickers but she went for Washi Tape instead of patterned papers!  Find out how she made all 5 of these cards QUICKLY in the video below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Memory Keeping in Traveler’s Notebook – Part 1

Have you tried out Memory Keeping in a Traveler’s Notebook Yet?  We have a whole line of Journey Books that you will just love!  Wendy is going to be introducing us to how to keep memories in a Journey Book every Tuesday for the next four weeks!  Here’s her first two spreads:

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Her notebook will be all about her 16 year old daughter and kicks off with this cover page.

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Not only is sharing her spreads but you can catch her whole process and the details of what she is using in the video below:

Next week Wendy will be back with more ideas for your Journey Books!

 

Sundrenched Mini Album

Mini Albums are a great way to capture all of your memories!  When you have a bunch of photos but don’t want to have to do multiple scrapbook layouts, consider a Mini Album.  Stephanie is going to show us just how simple this can be using the Sundrenched Paper Pad!  Here’s her Mini Album!

What makes this album so great is that it is really just a combination of stickers and patterned papers!  No complicated techniques or products.  Just some time to add each piece!  Stephanie is going to flip thru it with us in this video:

If you haven’t check out the Sundrenched Paper Pad – you definitely need to! Click on the thumbnails below to find it!

Sundrenched Paper Pad
Sun Drenched 12" Paper Pad

Sundrenched Cardstock Stickers
Sundrenched Cardstock Multi Pack

 

How to Build a Scrapbook Layout

Whether you are new to scrapbooking or a seasoned veteran follow some simple design principles can make your project really come together.  Today we are going to focus on how to build a scrapbook layout! New Design Team Member, Wendy Antenucci, is walking us through how to build a Scrapbook Layout. Here is her Hello Summer Fun Layout:

How to build a scrapbook layout using Paper House Productions beach and summer themed products

Wendy has a process video that walks you thru step by step how she built this layout!  Let’s check it out:

Supplies Used: Sliced Beach Paper Pad, Summer Fun Puffy Stickers, Destinations Florida Stickers, Summer Fun Flake Stickers, Sundrenched Cardstock Stickers, Color Washed Paper Pad

 

 

 

Quick & Easy Cards with Sticky Pix

Laura Cox Circle PH 2018

Hi everyone!  Laura here with you today!  Sharing some quick and easy card ideas using the Paper House Sticky Pix Cardstock Stickers!  They are great to use on your LO’s, but also make amazing cards!

 

Marbleous Cards by Laura C 2018

These stickers are from the It Takes Two Sticky Pix Cardstock Sticker pack.  It has so many different options, and I love that it has sayings too, that work for LO’s or cards!

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The alphas included in the sticker set make it easy to add a sentiment to your cards or titles to your LO’s…..great to have that flexibility!  The foiled outlines on some of the stickers add a pretty touch, like the flowers here, and the attention to detail on these images is perfect….isn’t the two-seat bike adorable?!!

Paper House has so many amazing paper pads to choose from, and the Marbleous 12×12 paper pad is the perfect compliment to the It Takes Two Sticky Pix!  The pretty marbled papers make an awesome background and add texture to the cards with their gorgeous colors.

One of the things I love, you can layer these stickers up as I did with the bicycle card, or you can keep it super clean and simple like this I love you card:

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It uses one of the sentiments, and a few of the cute heart stickers.  Quick and simple!  Cardmaking made easy…..it doesn’t get much more simple then that!   Great to have these sticker packs on hand if you need to make a card in just a few minutes!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Hope you are inspired to give the Sticky Pix Cardstock Stickers a try!  You can find them HERE in the Paper House store!

Remember to stop back soon for more inspiration!

Supplies Used:  Paper House- It Takes Two Sticky Pix Cardstock Stickers, Marbleous 12×12 paper pad, ribbon, cardstock.

 

Enjoy the Ride Card

Maria Russell CircleHello everyone, Maria here on the blog today.  I cannot believe that time flew by so fast and I am sad to say that this is my last blog post for Paper House Productions.  I have been so FORTUNATE to be able to work with the AMAZING products by PHP, the talented design team and of course, everyone at Paper House Productions.  It has been a great journey to be a part of this design team which is why I chose “Enjoy the Ride” theme for my project today.

For our final project, we were asked to pick out our FAVORITE product from the Paper House Productions.  Mind you, this wasn’t an easy task!   I LOVE the paper pads, the stickers, washi tape, traveler’s notebook, etc.   However if there’s one thing that I’ve been loving (and buying) the most even before I got on this design team, it’s always been the stickers!   Sometimes when I want to create a beautiful card without stamping or doing a lot of fancy stuff, I always make cards with stickers.  I also love adding stickers to my scrapbook layouts and planners.

To start, I stamped an A2 size card stock with my background stamp with a mint green ink and die-cut the same with my Stitched Wonky Die.  I also die-cut another piece of white card stock to create the frame.

I have been dying to use this Stickypix “It Takes Two Cardstock Multi-Pack” stickers because I absolutely love everything in this pack.  It has all of my favorite color combination – Mint Green, Light Blue, Red, Pink and Gold.  I picked the bicycle, stars and flowers on this pack.

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This card took about less than 10 minutes to make and can be easily mass-produced.   Here’s my card:

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I just love the gold-foil details on the bicycle and the flowers.

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I also simply adore the little stars in the sticker pack.  I added a couple of them on my card.

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It has been a great pleasure working with The Paper House Productions and the talented Design Team for Winter/Spring Term.  Thank you everyone for this amazing journey.  It really has been a great ride!

SUPPLIES:  Sticker Pix It Takes Two Cardstock Multi-Pack Stickers

Decorative Candy Box

Katie King CircleHello Everyone! How many times does someone (either a friend or co-worker) do something for you or help you out in some way? Do you ever wish that you could give them something special as a mini thank you? Well, I recently had this happen to me and I wanted to thank my friend for my making an awesome recommendation. So, today, I am going to show you how easy it is to turn some plain candy boxes into an extra special thank you gift!

I got the idea to do this project when I wanted to thank a friend for recommending an accountant for my business. I had been trying to find a good accountant for a while and my friend ended up recommended a great accountant for my small business. As a thank you, I wanted to get her some of her favorite candy. However, instead of just giving her the boxes of candy, I wanted to make them extra special!

To do this, I decided to use the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad and combine some of the regular scrapbooking paper along with one of the scrapbook quotes This project was super easy to put together and probably took me less than 20 minutes. Also, adding the scrapbooking paper really made the regular candy boxes look a bit more ”fancy”!

Decorative Candy Box featuring the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad

To create your own Decorative Candy Boxes, you would do the following:

Step 1

Step 1: Measure the front of your candy box and cut out a piece of scrapbooking paper that fits those measurements. Then cut out one of the quotes that can be found in the Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad.

For my candy box, I used the ”Enjoy Every Moment” quote and a sheet of the green/gold marble paper.

Step 2

Step 2: Attach your main paper piece to the front of your candy box (I used Scrapbook Adhesives Mini Dots by 3L). Then punch two holes on either side of your scrapbook quote.

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Step 3: Run some embroidery thread through your scrapbook quote and tie it around your candy box.

Once you have tied off your embroidery thread, simply fill out a thank you card, and you are ready to give your gift!

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I loved how this project turned out and I think its such an easy way to make a simple gift a bit more special!

Before I go, I did want to mention one tip about the candy boxes.

You may have noticed, that there were two candy boxes stacked together in this project. If you decide to give away more than 1 box of candy, my tip would be to add five Scrapbook Adhesives Mini Dots (one in each of the corners and one in the middle) on the top of the second candy box. Then add the first candy box on top of the second candy box. By doing this, your candy boxes will stay together and not slide around.

Decorative Candy Box Supply List:  Marbleous 12″ Paper Pad

Thank you so much for stopping by today and for taking the time to read my project post for Paper House Productions!

To follow along with all the fun stuff at Paper House Productions, don’t forget to like them on Facebook and to follow their Pinterest page for more project inspiration.

Happy Crafting!
Katie

5 Wedding Cards in 10 Minutes

Christine MeyerBW

Happy Wedding Season everyone!  June always seems to be busting at the seams with weddings!  So today I have a special project to share – I’m going to show you how to make 5 Wedding Cards in a quick 10 Minute video with minimal supplies!

Make Ten Wedding Cards in just 5 Minutes using Paper House Productions Washi Tape and 3D Stickers

Here they are!  Quick, clean and simple, but still beautiful!  To get these cards done I combined our beautiful washi tape with ONE sheet of the Eat Drink Be Married 3D Stickers. 3D Stickers are perfect for making cards because they can be your focal point and often have lots of added detail that makes them stunning! Let’s take a look at how I created these!

What are your favorite tips and tricks for creating beautiful things that are quick and easy?  Share them with us!

 

Glam Fishing Featuring The Great Outdoors Fishing Kit

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Hi everyone! I’m here with my last layout for my term as a design team member here at Paper House Productions!  I had so much fun working with this amazing group!  I have a layout featuring The Great Outdoors Gone Fishing Paper Kit.  When I originally received this in my DT package I went through and printed out a bunch of fishing photos.  Today’s is one of my favorites!IMG_4680

I started this layout thinking that I was going to use the beautiful ombré blue paper with fish hooks as my background.  That’s one of my favorite papers in this collection.  But as I pulled in some of the cut aparts I soon found that I needed a white cardstock barrier to allow the other elements of the page to stand out.

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I chose 2 cut aparts that are 4×4 size to stand on either side of my photo.  I then pulled the colors I wanted to use out of the Catch of the Day card.  I used some of the rice paper border stickers to adhere the cards to the page.  This pulled in more of that color.  I used the sticker sheet from the Paper Kit to add part of my title “GLAM” in the woodgrain alpha on the sheet.  I used another cut apart card and fussy cut the “fishing” part of the title.

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Then I decided to go nuts with the 3D stickers that come in the kit.  I added them to both of the cards.  Then I decided that I needed a little more interest around my design.  So I pulled in the Life Organized Sports Fan Micro Stickers.  The colors of these stickers match perfectly with the colors I was using.  I chose to use all star stickers and just put them around the main part of my layout to create a sort of border.  Then I added some of the puffy stickers to finish it off.  I absolutely love how this came out!

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Remember you can use my code PH18DAISIE for 15% off your next purchase at Paper House.  Also head over to Youtube and check out the process video for this!

Thanks for visiting!  See you again soon!

Daisie

 

 

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