Time to do a bit of a catch up post here. There are lots of interesting projects out there that would be good inspiration. Here’s a few that have caught our eye, of no particular theme…
Stacey Michaud made a couple of housewarming items using her scrapping supplies. The first is an altered candle tin that she found for just $2. Here’s what she has to say about this project, "Using the Chatterbox "Together" line and their ribbons, I covered the tin in patterned paper, added the hand cut flower and little details, and finished it with two different trims." See photo below.
Stacey Michaud also shares an idea for turning plain packaging into something creative by making a gift wrapping sleeve. Stacey says, "I took a sheet of paper that was cut 6 1/2 inches wide by 12 inches in height. I added the red 1/4 inch scallop border on each side of the paper. I scored the paper at 3 1/4 inches, 4 inches, 8 inches, and 8 3/4 inches from the top. I folded to make crisp lines and glued the ends together. Then I added the details by handcutting the tree from a sheet of Pink Paislee paper, decorating a Scenic Route chipboard house, and making my own sun! I added the hemp string and the word "HOME". This sleeve acts as a card too and adds a special touch to the present!" See photo below and more here.
Andrea Bouchard made this wall art (shown below) to celebrate a trip to the beach. Using her scrapping supplies, she was able to make a nice piece of decor for her home.
Corinna Lyons-Revello recently made a Japan vacation album for a client. This album ended up being in 4 parts and contained over 40 pages! See one covre page photo below and more here. (Links are at bottom of the link.)