If you want to give a pristine white paper a browned, unevenly-colored, aged appearance and parchment-like texture, you need to use an aging technique. I love using my own aged paper for my vintage and steampunk projects. It’s also very cost effective because you only need a few ingredients to create this effect instead of […]
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Have you ever received a 3D card? Whether it had cool embellishments on the front or it popped out at you when you opened it, that card probably felt a little more special than most of the other cards you received. It definitely stood out more, regardless of what was written inside, and that’s important. […]
Step your card making skills up a notch with these free handmade birthday cards from AllFreePaperCrafts! Everyone loves to get a card from a loved one on their birthday, but it always feels more special when that card is homemade. Anyone who receives such a card feels special and loved knowing that their friend or family went […]
I love printables for so many reasons, the first of which is in the title of this post…free! That’s right, free! There are so many talented designers who have created printable wall decor, cards, and other projects and then linked them up on their blogs for us to download. The only out of pocket cost […]
Easter is a special holiday that means a lot to those who celebrate. Though it is based in religion, many of us like to also decorate and celebrate with spring themes, like flowers, pastels, bunnies, carrots, chicks, and candy, of course. This is a holiday that is also celebrated with Easter baskets and other containers […]
St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that always sneaks up on me. Somewhere between Valentine’s Day and Easter, along with spring break, St. Patrick’s Day somehow gets lost in the shuffle when it comes to my paper crafting. You would think that since I live near a city where they have multiple parades and dye […]
All across the country, spring break season is just around the corner. Many families are planning trips and vacations, but just as many (if not more) are staying close to home for their spring breaks with maybe a few day trips or activities planned. What that means is disrupted schedules, down time, and bored kids—AKA […]