Here's a pretty tutorial up on Maya Road. Click here to see it.
Rebecca Cooper talks about how she made this travel notebook on her blog, "Simple as That."
Here's a fun "Exploding Picture Box" from Retro Cafe Art by Linda Cain. She also uses Tim Holtz and Fresco Finish Paints from PaperArtsy.
Mary Anne Walters was playing with some t-shirt transfer paper and guess what? You can take all your scrappy stampy inky supplies to it then iron it on to a tee shirt! So cool! Below is what she tells us about this project, but click here for more details and watch her video here.
"That's Distress ink and stain, stamping with Memento, painting with Distress ink and even masking. On t-shirt transfer paper. I even printed (in reverse) by running the inky piece thru my printer. And I also have some very strange transfer paper (maybe a UK only brand?) where you actually create, the peel off the film and place it face UP on the shirt, lay the backing paper over it and iron (so the text is all the right way round) – the cool thing about that one is it is hardy enough to work with Copics. Yes, you heard me right. No proper blending but it does work and irons on quite vibrant."
On Basic Grey, there is a tutorial posted showing how to make this gift card holder, below.
Speaking of gift card holders, these ones by Cathe of Just Something I Made are so nice too.