Today I’m parading around with several talented designers on Instagram for Scrapbook.com’s
The Handmade Holiday Papercrafting Parade.
I recieved a great box of exclusive Scrapbook.com products to use for my projects.
Most of the items were the everyday type of products.
But, as you’ll see, you can easily use your regular products to make some very unique
(Link for the Handmade Holiday Paper Crafting Parade at the bottom of this post. )
Sprig of Joy Tag
There’s something special about simple wrapped presents.
As Julie Andrews sang in the Sound of Music, “these are a few of my favorite things.”
Materials Used: (*afiliate link)
- sbcds20-6 Vintage Type lower stamp set*
- Small Acrylic Block*
- Tim Holtz Barn Door Distress Inkpad*
- White Flat Cards*
- Grey and White Twine*
- Sprig of Fresh Greenery
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The Gift of Joy.
I love using every day stickers to embellish this package.
This sticker set came with labels, alphabet stickers (including this lovely silver one) and fun
word stickers. If you’re bold enough, add “you’re my favorite” to a present and see who notices.
- sbc-stickers-rs Rainbow Sherbet Sticker Book*
- Aqua Ribbon
- Silver Berry Sprig
Happy Holidays Card
This simple card was easy to create. I used the tall skinny alphabet dies to cut out the letters to
spell Happy Holidays. To make assembly easy, I ran the paper through my Xyron Create A
Sticker before die-cutting the letters.
Draw a faint pencil line on the white cardstock to help line up the letters.
Erase the line after you’ve stuck on the letters.
- scb-alphadies-1 Tall Skinny Alphabet Dies*
- White Flat Cards*
- Scrapbook.com Tape Roller*
- Xyron Create a Sticker Maker*
- 13607 Simple Vintage North Pole-Dear Santa Scrapbook Paper*
- 13626 Simple Vintage North Pole-Foam Stickers*
- Cardstock- Red and White
Click on the picture below to start on the Instagram Parade.
And while you’re there, make sure to “Follow Me”. (Thank You!!!)