Friday, July 25, 2014

Tutorial Friday By CANDI

TGIFTutorial :)
I purchased a new crafty gadget last month and I have been itchin' to play with it so I thought it would be fun to create a mini book using Instax Share Prints + Coin Envelopes!!! 

 
Items I used for this project...
You don't "need" an Instax Share Smartphone Printer...you can just trim down your photos and add a white layer for the back ground! 

-Instax Share Smartphone Printer
-an assortment of embellishments
-single hole punch
-an assortment of washi tapes
-adhesive
-loose-leaf ring
-ribbons
 
I love how quick + easy this is...
-print out your photos or trim your photos down to size of the coin envelopes
-punch a hole in each corner of the envelopes
-wrap washi tape around each envelope
-add your embellishments to each envelope
-tuck your photos inside each envelope
-add ribbon to the loose-leaf ring
DONE!

I can't believe how the Instax Share Prints fit perfectly inside those cute coin envelopes!!!!! 
 
 
Enjoy your weekend! 
What will you be creating?
- Candi
 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Color Crush Wednesday By ADRIENNE

My current Color Crush is aqua, gold, and kraft.  
 
 
I really love the muted contrast of the gold and kraft together.  And adding a pop of aqua keeps it from being too monochromatic...
 
What colors are you crushing on right now?
Thanks for stopping by...Have a great day!
- xoxo Adrienne

Friday, July 18, 2014

Friday Tutorial By FELICITAS

Happy Friday!

I’m here today to share a neon project with you! While I’m still totally obsessed with those bright bold colors, I also have a huge thing for geometrical patterns. So I combined both trends in an easy greeting card.

 For my card I used white cardstock, some neon baker’s twine, a needle and pencil.

I drew some random dots on the back of my card cover as guidelines for the holes I want to fill later with the twine.

When I finished punching through all dots, I started ‚connecting‘ the holes with my neon twine until I had a nice background pattern. The more you stitch through the holes, the tighter your final pattern will be.

With a few more products my card came to life. As you see, you don’t need many embellishments since the bright background color is the main focus of the card.

Thanks for joining me today and happy crafting!
- Felicitas
 

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