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Peek-A-Boo Pockets

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Peek-A-Boo Pockets

Quick Ephemera Super quick scrap buster ephemera project tutorial. 4-5 pockets one letter size sheet. Can be used inside journals, as a send along with sold journals to hold ephemera or as gift/greeting pocket folders. Use larger size scraps to quickly reduce your digital print paper clutter.

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Floral Tags - Shaped Paper Flower Project

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Floral Tags - Shaped Paper Flower Project

Special Occasion Tags I was inspired by a vintage rose project from Heartfelt Creations (a very inspirational channel) which had some dark pink roses on a dark brown background along with some other die cut embellishments and very muted colored scrapbook papers. A lot of eye catching contrast but muted and moody as well. I have also been experimenting with inked embossing folder techniques and combining textures with embossing and dimensional shaped flowers.  I think creating deluxe tags like these are perfect for very special occasions like weddings and rather than embellish another paper box for my daughter's Easter gift...

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Paper Charms

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Paper Charms

Scrap buster project One of the best ideas I've come up with for using my scraps, which were getting out of hand. Easy project, similar to finishing signature threads, just sandwich thread between two identical shapes and glue together. Can be any combo, length or number of strands. Use to embellish pages, tags, fabric edges, tabs, paper clips and more. Decorate one side or two with jewels, pearls or however you want. I edged mine with glitter gel pen to make then shine. Tip: to make an easy to handle loop, just put a dab of glue on your finger...

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