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It's a New Year, and we all start over again. Happy New Year!
I have an invitation for you.
This year I am going to write a newsletter with new exclusive subscriber projects and ideas in it, once a month, beginning February 2019.
I share tips and techniques with you, card, scrapbook, 3d projects and layout ideas, pass along links to other wonderful crafter's tutorials and to new tutorials of my own. You also get some Stampin' Up! news! (You know I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator in Australia, right, with an online shop at SusanSalutations?
What I do is write up a newsletter on PaperCraftCentral, and when it is ready, I email you to let you know how to find it. Only subscribers get to see this content and also the back issues of Paper Twists.
If you would like to receive news every month from me at PaperCraftCentral, please do follow the link below to subscribe.
Have a crafty and great 2019!
I am now making my own cards, and would love to make all the envelopes too. What paper /card weight should I use? and what is the best crafting tool to
It's been great having you here with me at PaperCraftCentral in 2018. I so appreciate people's comments, emails and contributions to our crafty world.
On this New Year's Day, I want to take a moment to be grateful for you all, to wish you a wonderful year in 2019, and to hope for a year of good health, joy, (and yes, crafting!) for us all.
May you have many blessings, regular times to craft and unending stamps, paper and ink all year!!
Learn about PaperCraftCentral Susan and how she can help you start out in paper crafting or extend your own range of paper craft knowledge and techniques!
Did you have a nice Christmas? I hope you received some nice new paper crafting supplies and are itching to get started at your craft desk again.
If you are planning to go out to a New Year's Eve party and want to bring along a special favour or two for your host/hostess or guests, here's a lovely tutorial put together by Joanne from the Pretty Paper Paper Crafter blog.
Enjoy! And Happy 2019!
My SBI Review springs from gratitude for the amazing people who have made PaperCraftCentral.com possible
Hi Susan, Just thought you might like to see this card I also made for our grandson, Carter. It has the little balloons from Stampin' Up that I adore
If you are a subscriber to Paper Twists, the newsletter I send out with tips, ideas, tutorials, news and more, you should have received your December issue by now. Look for the email with a link to your newsletter in your Inbox, and if you cannot see it there, it might be in your Spam folder. 😯 If so, go rescue it now and whitelist my email address, OK? Thank You 🧡💚💜
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Enjoy your day!
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.
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