Here you’ll find projects that use paper as a major focus or component.
Hello hello! Welcome back to another craft. This project started off when I rediscovered some scraps of wrapping paper I got from a birthday present. It screamed Adventureland–and I think we all know by now if you’ve been following me, I love Adventureland. Instead of doing yet another Adventureland themed project, my mom gave me … Continue reading “S.E.A. Sign Décor | Level 2”
This is an addition to my Torn Paper Silhouettes project that was Alice, Aurora, and Cinderella and I’m so excited to share them with you! After my first Silhouette project came out, one of my best friends told me she would love to have Merida. I knew that I wanted to create more princesses, but … Continue reading “Torn Paper Silhouettes Part 2 | Level 2”
Hello! There were so many cool pieces of scrapbook paper at the craft store–and they were all on sale. I just had a spark of inspiration and wanted to do this project! Not only did it produce a wonderful piece of art, it relieved some stress as well. Supplies List: Tools List: Various 12×12 Paper … Continue reading “Torn Paper Silhouettes | Level 2”
Merry Christmas, everyone! For this project, we’re celebrating Christmas with the Fab Five. These ornaments are cute and sparkly! It makes a great centerpiece or tableside Christmas tree. Supplies List: Tools List: Silver Glitter Foam Sheet Scissors Gold Glitter Foam Sheet Single Hole Puncher White Glitter Foam Sheet Hot Glue + Gun 1/4″ Red Velvet … Continue reading “Mini Christmas Tree + Ornaments ft. The Fab Five”
Set sail on the Nile River, thru the Congo, and behind the backside of water with this “Jingle Cruise” inspired Christmas card! It’s a fun way to add a personal touch to a card for your Disney loving friends and family. Here are the supplies: Supplies List: Tools List: Red Cardstock Hobby Knife Green Cardstock … Continue reading “Christmas Card – Inspired by Jingle Cruise | Level 2”
Walt Disney was born December 5, 1901. For this project we’re celebrating with some birthday cupcakes! Now, we’re no cake decorators…or bakers, we just thought it’d be fun to do something different with a little mini craft anyone can make. We used the “Super Moist Chocolate Cupcakes” recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction–they’re so good–and a … Continue reading “Happy Birthday, Walt!”
Welcome! We’re wishing on the evening star with this project inspired by Princess and the Frog. It’s a great little night light and decor piece that will have you wanting some of Tiana’s delicious beignets. These are the supplies: Supplies List: Tools List: Shadowbox (2″ depth) Paper Slicer Dark Blue Glitter Paper Hobby Knife Black … Continue reading “Tiana’s Evening Star Shadowbox Night Light- Inspired by Princess and the Frog | Level 3”
Bonjour! Today, I’ve created a cute treasure box using an unfinished wooden book box inspired by “Beauty and the Beast”. You can store your little nick nacks and hide it on your bookshelf! Here are the supplies: Supplies List: Tools List: Unfinished Wooden Book Hobby Knife Leather Print Cardstock Hot Glue Gun + Glue Other … Continue reading “Belle’s Enchanted Book | Level 3”
Welcome in! For this project, I was inspired by my favorite place to get breakfast on Main Street: Carnation Cafe. If you’ve never been to Carnation Cafe, it’s a beautiful restaurant with lots of outdoor seating. Inside, there are tassel and stained glass adorned hanging lights, bold wallpaper, and warm wooden accents everywhere. Outside, you’ll … Continue reading “Jewelry Box – Inspired by Carnation Cafe | Level 2-3”
Have a blast with these character inspired pinwheels! It’s a subtle nod to Mickey and friends featuring their signature colors. These are functioning pinwheels that use sewing pins so be careful when assembling! Supplies List: Tools List: Wooden Dowels Scissors Sewing Pins Hammer Round Beads Nail Scrapbook Paper (or double sided card stock) Pliers Scrap … Continue reading “Mickey and Friends Pin Wheels | Level 1”
Pow! Whap! Bam! We’re celebrating all of the super moms (and dads) out there this week with this Pop Art, Roy Lichtenstein influenced piece featuring the incredible Helen Parr. You can really make this your own a variety of ways including picking different paper, color scheme, and including other mediums as well. Here are the … Continue reading “Incredible Collage – Inspired by “The Incredibles” | Level 2″
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