Do you have your eye on some of the fabulous patterned paper from CreateForLess, but are wondering how you’d use it now that the holidays are over? Take a look at that paper and figure out other themes and holidays it can be used for in your projects. This winter themed paper is perfect for a Valentine’s Day card for example and you can make it, too!
I spent a few days in Alaska last month and was lucky enough to experience the beauty of freshly fallen snow while I was there. I was a little sad when I came home to rainy Portland. I decided to make myself a pretty wreath, inspired by the gorgeous white of a fresh snowfall to help cheer me up.
One of the well-loved products seems to always be the branch punch. It is a very basic punch even though we often don’t think of it. It can be used to create simple embellishments or even entire trees like this one for all of your holiday cards.
This craft is a quick DIY that can easily involve kids of any age. I wanted to try it out simply because I love experimenting with watercolors and this is a perfect way to have some fun just making brush strokes and in the end you have a fun piece of decor for a party or a kids room.
Choose a specific color scheme, or just go crazy. The possibilities are endless and the result is super fun!
This easy and versatile tutorial is the perfect way to display your spring blooms. Customize to fit your personality with your favorite colors and use paper punches or scissors to create shapes that make this vase uniquely yours!
Whether you’re a new crafter or one that has been doing it a while, you are always looking for new ways to use your favorite punches. This card for Mother’s Day shows a different way to use the heart punch to give hugs and flowers to mom on her special day. These are so easy and fun to make that you will want to use them every chance you get.