Tag Archives: Paper Crafts

“Watercolor” Floral Ephemera

By Card Making and Paper Crafts Contributor Heidi. Follow Heidi on her blog Blue Scallop Creations and on Instagram @bluescallopcreations.

Lately, I’ve been trying a lot of techniques with my Spectrum Noir Aqua markers.  These markers are a great way to get a watercolor look if you’re not that comfortable with traditional water coloring with a brush and paint.  One of the really fun techniques I tried was stamping with the markers using a layered stamp set.  I really like Avery Elle’s Layered Rose set and wanted to see what these markers could do.

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Doily Cloud Rainbows

By Kids Crafts Contributor Veronika. Follow Veronika on her blog Toddler at Play and on Instagram @toddleratplay.

Spring is right around the corner and this means you’ll see more spring crafts coming your way! This Doily Cloud Rainbow craft is so colorful, easy to make, and looks adorable when finished!

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Stenciled Backgrounds With Kaleidacolor Ink Pads

By Guest Blogger Heidi

My name is Heidi and I have been a papercrafter for over 10 years now.  I love the process of finding inspiration and using lots of fun supplies to turn it into a beautiful project.

Visit Heidi at her blog, Blue Scallop Creations today! 

Lately, I’ve been breaking out some older stencils and experimenting with ombre ink blending.  This is my comfort zone as far as mixed media is concerned, LOL!  I love the smooth look of the blended colors.   For this project, I used my Kaleidacolor ink pads along with the Daisy Flower Cluster stencil from The Crafter’s Workshop for even more color variation.

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Quilt Pattern Card

By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor

Peg Rounds

From Peg’s Crafting Corner

Are you like me and have admired all of the beautiful quilt patterns that you’ve seen, but not sure you’d be able to create one yourself because paper crafting is more of your thing?  Well, here is the perfect way to combine those beautiful patterns with your love of paper crafting.  What’s even more fun is that you can do it with any pattern you see.  This is the star pattern that is often seen on many quilts.

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