Paper Projects

Spring Time PeelnStick Butterfly Project

I don’t know about you but I can’t wait for spring.  I saw these very cute butterflies in one of the new spring children’s catalogs that comes in the mail.  They could be pinned on to what ever you were wearing and they were made out of fabric.  So I thought that I would try […] Read more…

Hello Card with Glitter Dust

Hi everyone! Daniela here today with a card using my favorite Therm O Web Products. I created the accordion fold flower and used Jumbo Zots Adhesive Dots by Therm O Web to hold the shape of the flower. The Jumbo Zots Adhesive Dots by Therm O Web are approximately 1″ in diameter. The Adhesive Dot […] Read more…

Clear And Clippable Therm O Web Zots

It is no big secret that Therm O Web 3D Zots are my all time favorite adhesive….EVER. I love popping elements up on pages and cards. The dimension adds a little something special. There are 2 aspects of Therm O web 3D Zots that help to make them my favorite for adding dimension. The first […] Read more…

Create Invitations with Therm O Web

Spring is a popular time for bridal showers, baby showers, and birthday parties!  You can create your own invitations that have a definite WOW! factor with Therm O Web adhesives.  I have created this particular invitation for an upcoming bridal shower.  The bride wanted green and black but really you could copy this invite and […] Read more…

Pot of Gold Card with SuperTape

If you’re reading this from somewhere in the Northern Hemisphere, then today marks the unofficial start of spring (although here in Boston we are waking up to snow on the ground for the first time all winter!). But no matter where you are from, on St. Patrick’s Day we’re all Irish, right? I used 3D […] Read more…

Quilted Die Cut Fabric Embellishments

Today I want to share an easy technique for adding quilted fabric embellishments for your projects.  I cut my shape using a steel rule die, but you could cut your shape free hand or by tracing the shape with a stencil or pattern. Begin by cutting two pieces of fabric and one piece of thin […] Read more…

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