Paper Crafts Sept/Oct 2013 Sneak Peek
Get ready for the next edition of Paper Crafts magazine! In our September/October issue we’ll feature cards and projects that use fresh autumn-appropriate color schemes in our Colors of Fall feature. And in anticipation of Halloween, we’re going to frighten you with spooky creativity in our Scare Up Some Fun feature! Plus, we’ll indulge your new chalkboard fetish with our inspiring Chalkboard Craze feature. And beyond all these festive features, we’ll also show you creative uses for alphabet stickers and offer up inspiring ideas to decorate the inside of your card, plus so much more! You don’t want to miss the September/October 2013 issue!
FUN WITH CHALKBOARD TRENDY WITH page 74 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013 Z h th w wiit &TRICKS COLOR Combinations Combinations Embossing PRINTABLES HALLOWEEN Visit PaperCraftsMag.com Table of Contents INSPIRATION Scare Up Some Halloween Fun ................... 26 Embrace your inner monster with these spooktacular projects that feature ghosts and goblins, pumpkins, witches, spiders, and a whole cauldron of hocus pocus! The Colors of Fall ............... 58 See how our designers interpreted these eight fall-themed color combinations and turned them into bold, vibrant projects. Chalkboard Craze .............. 74 Get inspired with these projects that feature the hottest chalkboard products, looks, effects, and techniques. Tricks of the Trade ............... 50 From making your own washi tape to misting embellishments (to match your project!) to printing directly on tags, weâ€™ve got the secrets behind the most popular techniques! Bonus Digital Content .......... D2 Color Inspiration for Card Makers ON THE COVER For You Gift Card Holder 14 Give Thanks Unto the Lord Card Vintage Witch Card 31 19 For more information on products used on projects in this issue, , see our Product Guide online at PaperCraftsMag.com. p. 69 p. 26 p. 78 4 Paper Crafts SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013 • VOLUME 36/NUMBER 5 HOW–TO Stamp It! Techniques............. 16 Join Paper Crafts Go-to Gal Windy Robinson and friends as they show you the wonders of emboss resist. INSIGHTS Dear Go-to Gals .................. 12 Our experts share ideas for carrying a design all the way through to the inside of your card. IN EVERY ISSUE From the Editors 9 Paper Crafts Connection 10 Editors’ Picks 91 Sweepstakes 90 Look Ahead 92 Simple Printables 89 Get Inspired 102 Paper Crafts 101 ................. 20 Join Paper Crafts Go-to Gal Julie Campbell as she shows you six creative ways to use (and use up!) your growing stash of alphabet stickers. Tips, Tools, & Techniques....... 94 A tool that’s touted as the “Quicker-PokerPicker-Upper”, six color wheel tags, and a storage solution for crafters who have a lot of supplies but not a lot of space. Go-to Sketches .................... 22 Paper Crafts Go-to Gal Teri Anderson shares two inspiring sketches that are perfect for crisp, autumn days, and any day of the year! Moxie Fabs......................... 98 Trends editor Cath Edvalson explores the glitz and glamour of gold. Whether dipped, sprayed, glittered, or foiled, gold touches everything with joy. A key to easy-reference icons found throughout this issue: FRESH FACE: Made by a designer never published before in Paper Crafts. ONLINE: Find projects, sketches, and bonus material online. 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Embrace your inner monster with these spooktacular projects that feature ghosts and goblins, pumpkins, witches, spiders, and a whole cauldron of hocus pocus! Sweet Bones Card Designer: Teri Anderson 1 Cut two skulls, bow, eyes, and nose from cardstock, following online pattern found at PaperCraftsMag.com/ patterns. 2 Score one skull and adhere behind other to form card. 3 Draw face and detail bow with pen. Color cheeks with chalk. 4 Adhere bow, eyes, and nose to card. 5 Thread button with ﬂoss and adhere. Finished size: 3¾" x 5¼" Boo’d Door Hanger Designer: Jamie Greene 1 Open box cut ﬁle in software. Remove spiders from box. Diecut box twice from cardstock and die-cut spider from cardstock. 2 Trim transparency sheet to ﬁt behind web window; adhere. Assemble box. 3 Die-cut banner from patterned paper, stamp sentiment, bend slightly, and adhere. 4 Adhere ﬂock to spider. Apply enamel for eyes. Adhere string and adhere spider to box with foam tape. Adhere string to box. 5 Tie on ribbon. Finished size: 4" x 7" x 2" SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) Neenah Paper; (black, pink, green) Bazzill Basics Paper Color media: (black pen) American Crafts; (pink chalk) Pebbles Accent: (button) Buttons Galore & More Fibers: (white ﬂoss) DMC SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (black, white shimmer) Michaels Patterned paper: (Borders from This & That Christmas collection) Echo Park Paper Transparency sheet; Clear stamp: (sentiment from Been Boo’d set) Papertrey Ink Dye ink: (Jet Black) Ranger Industries Accent: (ﬂock) Doodlebug Design; (white enamel) Ranger Industries Fibers: (green ribbon) Stampin’ Up!; (white string) Software: (design) Silhouette America Dies: (banner from Double-Ended Banners set) Papertrey Ink; (Spider Web Box #21779) SnapDragon Snippets/Silhouette America Get MORE at PaperCraftsMag.com 27 of the Tricks Trade Just J u in n ti i m e f or r H a l lo lowe we e en en, we we’re re e ve e al a in ing g so some me s we w e et wee et p a p r cr pape c r a f t i ng t ri r ck c k s. s F ro rom m maki k i ng g y ou our ow own wa a sh shi ta tap pe t o m is stin ng g em mb bell li i sh sh shment nts s ( (t to m ma a tc tch h yo y o ur r p ro o je ject ct t !) !) to p r in n tin n g d i r ec ectl l y on o n t ag a s, w e’ e’ve ve g ot o t he h s ec ecre rets re ts s b eh e hin ind d t h e mo the os st t po op p ul l ar a r t ec echn hniq hn iq ques s! ! It’s Your Day Card Designer: Jennifer McGuire Trick: Heat Emboss with water splatters Supplies and instructions can be found online at PaperCraftsMag.com/projects. Splattered Thinking of You Card Designer: Teri Anderson Trick: Splattering with ink nozzle 1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Open bottles of specialty ink. 3 Dip nozzles into ink bottles, pick up color, and ﬂick onto coordinating cardstock. Let dry. 4 Trim inked cardstock and adhere to cardstock rectangle. 5 Stamp thinking of you on panel. 6 Adhere panel to card. 7 Adhere pearls. Finished size: 4¼" x 5½" Hipster Happy Birthday Card Designer: Julie Campbell Trick: Misting accents to color-match PREPARE 1 Spritz twine, stars, and man with specialty ink. 2 Let dry. ASSEMBLE 1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Adhere aqua frame to cardstock panel. 3 Stamp arrow and birthday on panel. 4 Adhere gray frame to panel with foam tape. 5 Adhere stars and man to panel. Note: Adhere some with foam tape. 6 Thread happy banner with twine; adhere with foam tape. 7 Adhere cream frame and twine to panel. Attach paper clip and apply rub-on. 8 Adhere panel to card. Finished size: 4" x 5¾" SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white, kraft) Neenah Paper; (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple) Core’dinations Clear stamp: (thinking of you from Essential Messages set) Hero Arts Dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukineko Specialty ink: (Taxi, Sunset, Pretty Pink, Leaf Green, Bonny Blue color wash) Studio Calico; (Deep Plum shimmer spray) Tattered Angels Accents: (assorted pearls) Doodlebug Design; (red pearl) Queen & Co. SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) American Crafts; (Papaya) Paper Source Rubber stamps: (arrow from Snippets: Months set) Studio Calico/Hero Arts; (birthday from Say What set) Mama Elephant Pigment ink: (Slate) A Muse Studio Specialty ink: (Dewey, Sunset, Calico White color wash) Studio Calico; (Lemon Drop color wash) October Afternoon Accents: (stars, man) Studio Calico; (paper clip) Tim Holtz/Advantus; (frames, happy wood banner) BasicGrey Rub-on: (glasses) BasicGrey Fibers: (white twine) Stampin’ Up! Get MORE at PaperCraftsMag.com 51 The Colors C rte Cou e sy s des design ignsee see eeds. ds.com com om Swell Card Designer: Heather Campbell 1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Cut cardstock panel. 3 Trim cardstock strips, adhere to panel, and adhere to card. 4 Color word bubble with marker. Adhere cardstock behind word bubble and adhere to card. 5 Color dots with markers; adhere. Finished size: 4¼" x 5½" Best Moments Card Designer: Kim Kesti 1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Trim patterned paper and adhere. 3 Trim tag from cardstock. 4 Die-cut hello from cardstock; trim into tag. Trim patterned paper and adhere to tag. 5 Stamp sentiment on cardstock; punch circle and staple to tag. 6 Adhere tags together with foam tape. 7 Punch hole in tags; thread with ribbon and adhere with foam tape. 8 Punch butterﬂies from patterned paper; adhere. 9 Adhere pearls. Finished size: 4¼" x 5½" SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Lemon Tart) Papertrey Ink; (Raspberry, Papaya, Fizz, Aquamarine) Avery Elle Color medium: (assorted markers) Copic Accents: (word bubble) Freckled Fawn; (assorted dots) My Mind’s Eye SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Banana Split, Apricot, Natural) Bazzill Basics Paper Patterned paper: (Aqua Dot from Basics collection) Pebbles: (pink linen, multi stripe, yellow herringbone from Knee Highs 6x6 pad) BasicGrey Clear stamp: (sentiment from Absolutely Delightful set) Simon Says Stamp Pigment ink: (Ocean) A Muse Studio Accents: (pearls) Doodlebug Design; (staples) Swingline Fibers: (blue ribbon) Offray Die: (hello #39825) Kolette Hall/Silhouette America Tools: (butterﬂy punch) Martha Stewart Crafts; (circle punch) Fiskars 58 Paper Crafts SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013 of Fall As s um u mer fade des s and fall eme m rges, let’s celebrate th t e glorious s c ol l or o s ar a ou o nd us from changing leaves to harvested pump m kins and black k cats. See how our designe n rs inter r pr r eted e these eight fall-themed color combinations and turned them into t bold, vibrant projects. Leafprint Thanks Card Designer: Miriam Prantner 1 Make card from cardstock; apply paint to edges. 2 Stamp thanks on cardstock. 3 Stamp leaves with paint and stamp off. 4 Trim leaf edges with craft knife and curl up. 5 Adhere ribbon to panel and adhere panel. Finished size: 4¼" square Always Special Card Designer: Beth Matson Ink all edges. 1 Make card from cardstock; cover with patterned paper. 2 Trim patterned paper strip and adhere. 3 Stamp sentiment on patterned paper and emboss; trim and adhere. 4 Die-cut frame from patterned paper; adhere with foam tape. 5 Trim patterned paper strip; adhere. 6 Die-cut star from patterned paper; adhere. 7 Die-cut star from patterned paper; adhere with foam tape. Finished size: 4¼" x 5½" SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (white) Close To My Heart Clear stamps: (thanks from Say It in Style set) Close To My Heart; (leaves from Summer Leaves set) Stampendous! Dye ink: (Cranberry) Close To My Heart Paint: (Cough Syrup, Chicken Feed) Jenni Bowlin/Ranger Industries Fibers: (pink ribbon) Polka Dot Whimsy Adhesive: Tombow SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Rustic Cream) Papertrey Ink Patterned paper: (assorted from Fabrications Canvas 8x8 pad) Teresa Collins Designs Clear stamp: (sentiment from Stylish Sentiments: Birthday set) Papertrey Ink Dye ink: (Vintage Photo) Tim Holtz/Ranger Industries Watermark ink: Tsukineko Embossing powder: (Classy Copper) Stampin’ Up! Dies: (stars from Stars #2 set) Stu Kilgour/Sizzix; (frame from Fabulous Frames set) Papertrey Ink Get MORE at PaperCraftsMag.com 59 Chalkboard Fro m bis tro m en u s to classro o ms and entire walls in playro o ms and craft ro o ms, chalkboard s are making a huge co m eback! Get insp ire d w it h t he se proj e cts t hat feature t he hotte s t chalkboard pro ducts, lo oks, effects, and technique s. Craze Amazing in Every Way Card Designer: Jennifer McDermott Supplies and instructions can be found online at PaperCraftsMag.com/projects. Birthday Wine Tag Designer: Emily Midgett 1 Die-cut tag from cardstock. 2 Stamp sentiment, ﬂowers, leaves, arrows, and ﬂourishes on tag; emboss. 3 Restamp images over embossing to create shadow. 4 Draw lines with pencil. 5 Tie on ribbon. 6 Adhere ﬂower and rhinestones. Finished size: 2½" x 7" Rooster Kitchen Wall Hanging Designer: Emily Branch 1 Paint wood plaque brown; let dry. 2 Apply crackle medium to plaque; let dry. 3 Paint wood plaque ivory; let dry. 4 Mask off rectangle on plaque with painter’s tape. Paint with chalkboard paint. Remove tape. 5 Stamp images and words on plaque; emboss. 6 Apply ink over chalkboard with ﬁnger. 7 Trim patterned paper with decorative-edge scissors; adhere. 8 Tie ribbon bow with twine and adhere to plaque. Finished size: 6¾" x 9½" SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Fog) Avery Elle Clear stamp: (assorted from Mini Blooms set; sentiment from Stylish Sentiments: Birthday set) Papertrey Ink Pigment ink: (Fresh Snow) Papertrey Ink Watermark ink: Tsukineko Embossing powder: (white) Papertrey Ink Color medium: (white pencil) Crayola Accents: (ﬂower) Hobby Lobby; (rhinestones) Kaisercraft Fibers: (white ribbon) Papertrey Ink Die: (Wine Bottle Tag) Papertrey Ink Other: (wine bottle) SUPPLIES: Patterned paper: (yellow chicken wire from Summer Fresh 6x6 pad) Simple Stories Rubber stamps: (assorted from Rooster set) TPC Studio Clear stamps: (banner from Chalkboard Signs set) Sweet Stamp Shop Watermark ink: Tsukineko Chalk ink: (Cloud White) Tsukineko Embossing powder: (white) Michaels Paint: (ivory, brown) Delta; (black chalkboard) Plaid Finish: (clear crackle medium) Plaid Fibers: (blue twine) American Crafts; (red polka dot ribbon) BoBunny Press Tool: (decorative-edge scissors) Fiskars Other: (wood plaque) Hobby Lobby Get MORE at PaperCraftsMag.com 75