Paper Projects

Pennants, Banners and Flags with Therm O Web

Pennants, banners, and flags are everywhere in paper crafts lately.  They are just so fun and lighthearted, it’s hard not to feel happy when you see them.  For this spring layout flags were the answer. I created this layout in just a few minutes using paper scraps to create the flags.  I overlapped the flags […] Read more…

French Vintage Birdhouse

The calendar might say February, but this project will help put you in the mood for spring! Today I’m sharing a project created recently for Crafts ‘n things. I started with an inexpensive wooden birdhouse and used five different types of adhesive to apply the various finishes and embellishments – including the brand new iCraft […] Read more…

Glitter Dust Cards and Flowers!

Hello and Happy Tuesday Therm O Web friends! It’s Erin here today, and it’s all about the new GLITTER DUST right now:) At CHA Winter, Therm O Web introduced this fabulous new product! It’s a beautiful dusting of glitter, that comes in FOUR brilliant colors:  GOLD, SILVER, PINK, and IRIDESCENT! It’s a clear varnish that […] Read more…

Moments to Cherish Layout

I used a new product that will be debuting soon and absolutely fell in love with it!  It’s Therm O Web’s new Glitter Dust Spray and I had the iridescent one to use and it was beautiful and so fun to play around with! I took some cardstock and cut out some hearts and then sprayed them […] Read more…

Pretty Folded Paper Border with SuperTape

Hi everyone! I know a lot of readers are hoping Spring comes soon, but as for me, since I live in the South…I long for more Winter!  So for this month, I created a vintage Winter wall-hanging and I’m going to show you how I made the pretty folded paper border used at the bottom […] Read more…

3D Foam Adhesive

Hi everyone! Daniela here today.  I have a tip  using 3D Foam Adhesive by Therm O Web. I cut out the stamped image and I wanted to add dimension with 3D Foam Squares by Therm O Web. I used the 1/4″ squares, but they were still too big. To make them smaller use your scissors, […] Read more…

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