I've compiled a selection of the very BEST of the patterned paper projects from Song of My Heart's past year or so! So many great projects don't get seen once time passes and they slip off the first couple pages of the blog. That's a shame! Here's the projects! In no particular order--I love them all for different reasons and uses!
The One-Sheet Total Tote Bag is my secret weapon when I need a large, roomy tote for a set of cards for a quick gift. The video shows how there is zero waste so this one is particularly economical as well as super pretty.
The Drapery Fold technique took the crafting world by storm in the new year. The video shares how ridiculously simple it is to do the scoring lines and then make one cut that makes all the folds fall into place perfectly.
The One-Sheet Backpack Scrapbook is a crazy-fun project for party favors and non-candy classroom treats, as well as a thoughtful gift for any grandma or proud auntie! Fair warning--they are totally addictive to make!
The Twice is Nice cutting technique has become a go-to for fast cards for a lot of stampers since I shared it last spring. It's SO easy, and a total no-brainer when you use the pre-packaged coordinating assortments of Designer Series Paper.
This one is from just last week! Penni and I showed this Half-Hour Halloween Wreath during our October blog series and it's been a HUGE hit! So easy with just 20 strips of 2x8 papers and the Banner Triple Punch.
The Patterned-Punch technique I came up with is a super-cutie and is so quick and very enjoyable to make. Use the 2.5-inch circle punch to get a patterned punch piece that perfectly fits with the paper lace doilies!
Wow--seven amazingly easy projects you can do RIGHT NOW without any fancy tools. THAT oughtta keep you busy for a while! Pick one or two to try this weekend. Your friends won't know what's gotten into you when you start coming up with all this CUTE stuff!
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