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I used three of my favorite We R Memory Keepers tools to create this mini album. I absolutely love how this album came together.
When I started creating the album I thought that I would include of my favorite photos from As I gathered photos, I realized that there was no way to narrow down the number of photos to 10 to tell the story of our year. This year in review album has over 20 photos.
In this album all the photos are on the right side and the journaling is on the left. On a few of the pages, I used the clear cut punch to create a window so that the reader could get a sneak peek of the photo that was on the next page.
It was so easy to create a cute heart window using the clear cut punch. I love that I was able to move the punch around the instuctions so that I could make the heart window where ever I wanted to on the sile. Even though, the album contains a LOT more photos than I originally intended, I love the story that it tells. Using a few of my favorite tools from We R Memory Keepers made creating this album so easy and fun.
Thank you for stopping by the We R Memory Keepers blog. Happy my friends! Clear Cut Heart Punch. Crate Paper Carousel Vig. Laura here today to show you how to create some pretty place cards for your holiday table. These place cards are a cinch to put together and will add a little sparkle to your place settings. Start by trimming your cardstock. My favorite size for place cards cop to make them 4 inches by 5 inches.
When folded in half the front of the card is four by two and a half inches. The trim and score board makes it easy to cut and score the place cards. The word punch board is perfect for adding names to the place cards. I cut out the names from white textured cardstock. I trimmed a piece of patterned cardstock to go behind the cut-out letters. And then I cut a v shape at the end of each one.
You could stop here and simply add the cut-out names to the front of the cards, but I wanted to add a little something extra. Paper die-cuts are pretty but can sometimes use a little extra touch. I used the crop-a-dile to add a fun gold star shaped eyelet to the top of each of the ornament embellishments.
I added these to the place cards using a foam adhesive square. These cards are not fussy; however, you could dress them up even more by adding a ribbon or additional embellishments to them. Creating w simple place card is great when you have a bute of guests you are hosting. The gold paper makes them festive and fun! The word punch board is one of my new favorite tools for adding names or words to my projects. Hello We R Fans! Kimberly here today with a trio of thank you cards.
This time of year always reminds us to put our focus on gratitude and sending thank you instruchions is such an amazing way to express that sentiment.
The Pocket Punch Board is another wonderful biy to the punch board family! This tool allows you to make several different types of pockets. And of course, it comes with an amazing guide to create pockets in whatever dimension you need for your project!
The paper was full of gorgeous thank you instructiond and making pockets gave me the perfect way to use them on my cards! Because of the tags I would be using, I chose the pocket design with the notch.
The Pocket Punch Board cgop incredibly diile to use. With two cuts, three scores, and a punch, my pocket was done! There is something about the notch at the top of these pockets that gets me! Whatever it is, I love the instructiond All the tags on my cards were cut from patterned paper. I used my Cropadile to punch the holes in the tags and threaded thick twine through each one. On each pocket, I added another thank you phrase, because, can you ever say thank you enough?
I also added some stickers. While these stickers were clear, I placed them on white instrhctions and trimmed them out. This made them pop more and stand out better. Rebecca here with you today, bog this is the time of year when family and friends gather to spend time together and eat a lot of big meals!
To begin, I die cut several different styles and sizes in various cardstock colors ranging from off-white to pale mint, to charcoal gray and black. One of my first thoughts when it came to this project was how to personalize the seating assignments. Then I thought of the Word Punch Boardwhich allowed me to easily spell out any name or phrase I wanted.
I considered different ways to display the placecards, shying away inwtructions the standard folded card and opting for the leaf shape or a tag tied onto some part of the place setting.
I love the look of a tag displayed with the silverware, so I have a couple options that way. On the first setting, I punched the name right onto the intsructions. This took a bit of maneuvering because my die cut leaf is curved and the punch board is straight, but the end result was worth it!
To achieve the curved word, I punched one letter at a time and I removed the tray from the board, flipping it upside down so I had a better idea of the letter placement. These little tricks helped the process go smoothly and quickly.
I layered the name leaf with a solid black leaf; the contrast in cardstock colors helps the punched-out word indtructions be seen.
Instruuctions tied the leaf bie to a set of utensils with jute twine, dilw a swatch of lace underneath and a single—real—eucalyptus leaf to the top. The final touch was another die cut leaf in a different style tucked under the cutlery; I cut that leaf from some Crate Paper Merry Days paper. This place setting can be easily styled up or down, too, depending on the mood of your entertaining. Omit pieces like the lace and the add-on leaves for a simpler do; choose satin ribbon instead of jute and add some stitching to the name leaf for something fancier.
Another option for the utensils is this tag. I punched the words on 2 thin strips of patterned paper and connected them with a length of brown glitter tape.
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I adhered the note onto blush pink card stock and set an eyelet on the end with my Crop-A-Dile tool. I tied it to the utensils with rose gold shimmer twine and added a short branch of eucalyptus under the tag, propping it up off the plate. This is a great option for longer names or more complex shaped place markers. This super-simple set up is just a trio of die cut leaves one of them is stamped, tooand glitter tape letters.
Glitter tape is an awesome medium to use with the punch board because you omit the timely step of gluing each itty-bitty alpha onto the tag. Another eyelet and some jute twine tied to this pumpkin stem, and this easy seat assignment is complete. Switch out the colored fabric pumpkin for real mini pumpkins for a more natural table setting.
Speaking of natural place settings, I got extra-creative and incorporated a pomegranate into my last sample. This came about because our neighbors have an overflowing pomegranate tree and they were generous to give us a grocery bag full of them!
The bright red adds amazing color to the table and sticking a trio of leaves into the stem makes for another easy decoration. I used the punched glitter alphas again, this time in Chestnut tape.
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The red fruit and simply spelled-out names are perfect for Christmas decorating, too. Use star or pine tree die cuts in place of the leaves for a festive feeling. String art is all the rage and I wanted to make a spider web.
Not wanting to get a hammer and nails involved in this project, I wondered if I could create one with eyelets. Well, yes, yes, I could! Following an image I found online of a spider web, I began by drawing a series of straight lines onto a piece of cardstock in a star or asterisk shape. Total of 4 lines creating 8 spokes. At the ends of each spoke of my shape, I set an eyelet with my Cropdile. An eyelet was also placed in the center where all the lines intersected. For those eyelets, I needed the Cropodile Big Bite to be able to reach father into my piece of cardstock.
Finally, in between each eyelet, another one was set. I followed the straight lines I drew first by pulling the string up through the center eyelet and down through the end spoke eyelet. Thank you pattern for keeping me straight. I foam mounted the strung cardstock to a piece of black cardstock. The entire panel was placed on a piece of Pebbles Spooky Boo patterned papercut to the size of my frame. The stickerfrom the same collection, was way too perfect!
Who is ready to make some string art with eyelets?! What other images might you try with this technique?
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