Here is a little no-sew project that can be done in any size. I have included quick instructions as well as 2 free printables to make your own! You can grab it HERE: FREEBIE
I’ve always wanted the opportunity to work on the branding of a new company, and when I was contacted to work with BasicGrey + ModifyInk owner, Rachel Brenchley on a new venture, the answer was an easy YES! Once I knew the name and a little direction of what the company was, I went to work.
1. I started with a mix of inspiration pieces that had the feel we wanted the new brand to have.
2. Next, an array of different feeling logos were designed.
2. We liked them all, but went with the most simple, clean logo that we could build upon the most.
3. Choosing a color scheme, prints and patterns that we could use throughout a website or sprinkle through newletters, blogs, and other social media applications was the next step.
4. Creating elements that represent the brand, fonts that will be used consistently throughout the images made, was the next step.
Just like I thought, building out the PaperFix brand was a lot of fun! I look forward to watching the brand grow and use the design concepts we’ve put into place.
And if you love unique and exclusive paper-crafting products, you must stop over at PaperFix to be added to the line up of the PaperFix Insiders and Know-It-Alls.
Hi, friends! CT Member, Sandy Henderson, here to share a fun HYBRID project with you. I’m sure you’ve seen all those fabulous pre-made printable decor pages some of the paper companies are releasing. The idea is “insta-art”, all ready for you to pop into a frame and put on display in your home. Well, why not make some of your own? As digital scrappers, we have the kits AND the tools to make them ourselves…and that’s just what I did! Then, to take it a step further, I added my own personal touch with a decorative banner–INSIDE my frame. I’ve pulled out a few “oldie-but-goodie” kits of Deena’s , opened Photoshop, and went to work. Here’s how…and I didn’t even use a digital cutter this time. View full post »
Hello, hello ~ Arielle here, with an easy (& thrifty!) little Valentine Flower Wreath featuring Deena’s Truly Collection! I cut a brown grocery bag into strips to wrap the wreath form. The flowers were made cutting out different papers from the collection, using graduating circle punches. I added circles of burlap to a few of the flowers to give them some texture. A few coordinating buttons and a pretty satin ribbon bow add the finishing touches!
Hello! Trista here and today I am sharing with all of you a quick and easy hybrid paper bag album that would make a great Valentine’s Gift for a loved one.
- Diamond Cut FilesBy Hand Diamond Brushes and Cut Files
- Every Little Bit Bloom Bundle
- Every Little Bit Smitten Bundle
- Roots and Wings
- 3 to 5 small paper bags
- cardstock (metallic silver)
- sewing machine
- various small embellishments (optional)
- washi tape (optional)