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Here's an illuminated shadow box idea you can make with your paper craft tools and supplies.
Do you have all your planning and preparation for Christmas done? Got time for a home decor project before the big day? Here are some fun suggestions for you:
1. Make a Curled Paper Wreath or Paper Cone Wreath for an inside door or wall. Putting these babies outside might not be a good idea!
2. Christmas Stars. Use these as wall or window decorations/
3. Make some Decorative Candles to round out a display you have already set up, or as table decorations or last minute gifts.
4. Make some adhesive free Paper Chains. You can make these any length you like. Make them long enough to wrap around your tree or be strewn across a doorway or to decorate a wall. Children might like to join you in making paper chains too.
Whatever you are doing this week, have a great time, make some memories and don't forget to take some photos to scrap in the New Year.
Hi, I move a lot (every 2-4 years), and I was wondering if anyone has any tips on how to store craft stuff that is easy to move, preferably where the storage
Thanks to those who contribute to the Cards for Troops drive to help our Aussie soldiers on deployment overseas!
Cat cards are cute and appeal to many people. Find out how to make one here.
Our Craft Group has been making cards for the troops all year but they have lost the address on where they should be sent. Are you the contact person to
We have received another lovely package of cards from Barbara O, who has already sent us some wonderful cards for our Troops this year. Thank you, Barbara!
These are the last few weeks for gathering cards for 2018. But don't stop maling if you are inspired! After the cut off date, we will keep any cards received for the 2019 cards for Troops drive.
Thank you again to all the generous people who make Cards for our Troops. My heart is full because of you, and our Troops are going to be blessed.
Haven't heard about our Cards for Troops drive yet? Read all about our annual charity drive by following the link below.
Today my friend Kim sent me 76 photos of the cards you generous people have sent to go towards the collection we will send to the Troops in October. Thank you all so very much!
I have emailed Julie, Colleen and Anita to let them know their cards have arrived safely.
I will send a thank you to those of you who gave me your addresses for mailing. That means Michelle and her Mother-In-Law, Barbara, Patricia, Margaret and Di will be hearing from me by snail mail as I will post something to you by the end of this week.
I am also going to update the Cards for Troops page this week with a few photos and a list of the names of those who have sent cards for the Drive so far.
Thank you all for your understanding to date. I would normally have acknowledged receipt of your cards, but there has been illness and a death in my family and I am still dealing with the aftermath of that. I am hoping to be back home in my own house by the end of September and business at PaperCraftCentral will resume as normal from there.
In the meantime, when I get a few spare moments with my craft supplies, I am making Christmas cards for the Troops. There is still time to make more before October, right?
Thank you again, everyone. You are amazing and very much appreciated.
Hi, I recently sent a box full of hand made mixed cards to the PO Box number Was just wondering if you had received my cards? Julie Orchard. ________________________________________________
The August Issue of Paper Twists is going to be delayed, if not cancelled. I do apologise. My dear Mother passed away and I am struggling to process all of what that means as well as complete practical tasks that must be done for her now.
Crafting can be a solace at times like this and I am hoping to find time to create soon. I look forward to that peace.
I will be back in time for the September issue of Paper Twists.
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Do you have a paper trimmer? Are you happy with it? Compare your trimmer with the new one from Stampin' Up! here.
Try using a Paper Crimper to make handmade paper embellishments and add dimension and interest to your papercraft projects!
The distressed paper technique can add both dimension and interest to your scrapbook pages and handmade greeting cards.
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