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Saturday, December 19, 2009

More Ideas for wrapping your gifts with paper scraps

Looking for ways to bring a little papercrafting into your holiday gift giving? Tania Willis from get it scrapped has some fabulous ideas for you to check out here















Free Downloads: Gift Tags

Crystal Jeffrey Rieger, has made these beautiful tags just for YOU! Just click the photo to download them now!

















Gypsy™ handheld design studio for Cricut® (multi pay)

I totally missed this, you can get the gypsy or the expression on a payment plan through provo craft! I can't believe I missed this on Wednesday. Head on over to provo craft to find out the details!

For a limited time the Gypsy is now available on Cricut.com in convenient single pay or multi pay options. Take your designs on the go with you with a onetime payment of $249.00 or with the multi pay option of 4 monthly payments of $74.74.

Life shouldn't slow down when you get inspired with a good design. Now it doesn't have to with Gypsy™, the handheld design studio for Cricut®. Whether you're on the road or just in the backyard, you can escape, be creative, and have fun. Gypsy stores all your Cricut cartridges, making it easy to search and find just the right shape. Gypsy works easily with any Cricut machine—just connect and cut! Design anywhere with Gypsy from Provo Craft.

This device comes with two digital cartridges: Gypsy Font, and Gypsy Wanderings.

For more information, click here.



















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Wrapping with scrapbook supplies


FOLD A PYRAMID-SHAPE HOLIDAY GIFT BOX

Designs by Gabriella Hunter

Gabriella cut pyramid-shape boxes from heavyweight patterned paper and cardstock, scoring along the dashed lines in the pattern to make folding the sides easier. To hold the box shut, she cut out a star shape with a square hole in the center and slid it over the pyramid’s point.

Dress up the star closure on your gift boxes by stringing beads on colored wire and attaching the wire to the points of the star.

Download the free pyramid-shape box pattern.




Darling Recipe Exchange Invites

Head on over to the purple cow for instructions on these beautiful recipe party invites! Enjoy!
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Pink Panther SVG


Wow, great freebie SVG by Stacey


Earring Carousel Tutorial

Holy cow, this is beautiful, check it out for yourself at the art de scrap website, a step by step tutorial some paper, cardboard, barbecue sticks and an old ribbon spool and you can make your own, wow, I am gonna have to try this one out for myself!


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Stuffed Christmas Trees

Hurry on over to artzdescrap blog to find out how to create your own beautiful stuffed tree, it really is simple!
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Todays Free SVG

Todays Free SVG comes to you from Free SVGs again!
















Video of the day: Sachet

on the 12 days of christmas blog hop I took a few days ago, I came across this video and wanted to share it with you in case you havent seen it. You can find the original post here

Todays Featured Blog: Regina Andari

Today was my first trip to Regina's blog and omg, I love love love her work and I really wish I would have found her sooner! Again, other blog where every project is to die for, stop by and give her some love and then come tell me what you think!

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