Today Designer Holly Gagnon is sharing a fun patriotic memory tray. It’s a great project that would easily bring the spirit of America into any home!
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We’re kicking off a week of AMAZING projects featuring the Special Delivery collection. Here to start things of right is Guest Designer Sheila Burns, from Part Time Pretties, with a trio of paper craft and scrapbooking ideas using the line.
Sheila is a wife, mom and crafter! She works with many mediums from knitting to paper crafting and scrapbooking. She’s also an avid blogger, providing craft inspiration to others many times a week.
Baby Boy Wreath
This fun wreath would complete any sweet little baby boy’s room. Wouldn’t it?
Hot Air Balloon and Clouds created using images from Silhouette.
Here Comes Trouble Layout
We love to see specialized, themed collections used in unique ways. This winter page was created using the Special Delivery Boy line.
First Tooth Patterned Paper 732445
It’s A Boy Patterned Paper 732450
Lil’ Man Patterned Paper 732446
Love You So Patterned Paper 732449
Journal Cards 732470
Photo Overlays 732466
Baby Boy Glitter Thickers 732452
It’s a Boy Thickers 732453
Phrase and Icon Stickers 732456
Cardstock Shapes 732465
Snowflakes created using images from the Silhouette library.
Shifting gears to the Special Delivery Girl side of things. You’ve got to check out this fun “love” card.
Thanks Sheila for sharing all of these amazing projects!
Spring is one of our favorite seasons to decorate for. The bright colors are so refreshing. Designer Wendy Antenucciis here today, with a fun spring wreath that you’re definitely going to want to make for your front door!
Many of the shapes I selected to decorate the journaling cards were based on the images already printed on the card.I then used American Crafts Foam Dots to attach the die cuts and stickers, which gives the images more depth and dimension.
To fix this problem, I took the green polka dot, blue floral, black and white chevron and yellow/orange clothespins apart. I then paired it so the back side of each clothespin would have the color/pattern that I didn’t want and the front would have the one wanted. I then put them all back together and finished them off by adhering a jute bow for added texture and fun.
We love any opportunity to take a Pebbles embellishment and use it in a unique way. See how Designer Holly Gagnon used Pebbles in finishing off a fun yarn wrapped Valentine’s Day Wreath.
I love the look and feel of yarn. I don’t know how to knit or crochet but I do know how to wrap things in yarn and that’s exactly what I did to make this Valentine’s Decor project using the Pebbles Yours Truly collection.