Show and tell - Quilled Fringe Flowers

Ann Martin, the author of All Things Paper (and blog of the same name), shares some quilled paper flowers made with a new type of  graduated  paper strips called Exotic. She explains several ways you can use the strips

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Tutorial - Acrylic Paint Skin Flower by Melissa Samuels

Melissa Samuels reveals the secret to making this gorgeous flower: it’s made with acrylic paint skin! She explains how to make paint skin, and then shows how you can cut the flower shapes using a die cutting machine and

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Tutorial - Melted Crayon Mini album DIY from Punk Projects

Here’s a clever idea for customizing the cover of a mini-album from Katie at Punk projects. She made that stained glass looking circle with a melted crayon technique! Plus did you know that such a thing as Paper Crafter …

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Freebie - Water Style Alpha by Mommyish

Kim at Freebies for Scrapbooking shares a link to this free water-style alpha designed by Mommyish. Plus she shares and adorable layout that she made using the alpha in her title. Click here to see more.…

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Photography For Scrapbookers - Get Your Best Photos Ever at Blythe Ponytail Parades

Get some great tips for taking better photos over at Blythe PonyTail Parade. She covers a host of topics in this post, including outdoor lighting, flash, composition and the rule of thirds. Set yourself a challenge to attack each …

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Tutorial - Ombre Watercolor Resist at Mabey She Made It

This share is a two-fer! Mabey links us to her tutorial showing how to do the ombre resist above, but first she gives a refresher course in heat embossing. So gather your papers, stamps, embossing powders and inks, and

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Freebie - Digital Stamp from Penny Blossom

Christine from penny Blossom is sharing this free digital stamp, of a character based on the Arrow TV series. In the image above, you can see how Christine coloured the stamps in with Prismacolour pencils. Click here to

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Tutorial - Getting Messy With Gesso at Scrappy Day in Paradise

Wendi at Scrappy Day in Paradise shares three ways you can get messy with gesso and stencils on your paper products. Add in some mists and paints, and get artsy! Get all the details here.

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Tutorial - Using Masks to Erase Backgrounds from Photos at The Daily Digi

This tutorial over at The Daily Digi, explains an extraction method for backgrounds using masks. With this method you can erase the background from your photos , leaving just the subject to use on you projects. You will need

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Freebie - Silhouette Cutting File Freebies from Shawna ClingermanShawna Clingerman shares a round up of some of her favourite free Silhoutte cut files from around the web. She even includes a set she designed herself! (Shown above). Plus she links to a tutorial showing how you can make …

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Tips & Tricks for Improving Your HAndwriting by Clover & Dot

I exclusively use my handwriting for journaling on my scrapbooking projects, but I know that everyone isn’t comfortable using theirs. So I was happy to see this post from Kate at Clover & Dot, with 3 Tips on Improving Your

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Tutorial - Photoshop for Rookies

Harri at Vanilla Craft Blog has some help if you’re new to Photoshop. She uses sketches to illustrate basic concepts like layers, selecting, transforming and saving files. There are some really good tips here, so go check her out.…

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Giveaway - Personalized Stamps at Jennifer McGuire Ink

Jennifer McGuire fell in love with these personalized stamps from Bossy Joscie, and now she is giving some away! Click over to her blog to read more about them, and find out how you can enter. Entries close

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Tutorial - Scrap Wood Photo Blocks at Juggling ActHere’s a great off the page project if you have some extra photos. Make these photo blocks using scrap pieces of wood, scrapbook paper and clips. Katie explains exactly what you’ll need to make them and takes you though …

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Tutorial - Journaling or Gift tags with the Silhouette

Follow along with Maritza Lisa as she shows you how to use your Silhouette machine to design and cut out tags. They would work perfect;y for journaling or embellishments, as well as for gifts. Click here to get all …

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