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Feb

Welcome to Craft Project Central for February 2017!!

 

 

Here is a sneak peak at the projects that have been loaded so far this month. You will have access to all of these great projects when you subscribe to January or one of our 3, 6 or 12 month discounted packages! Remember that new projects will be posted every four to five days until the end of the month, so make sure to check back often or subscribe to our email updates!

 

 

 

Sending Love Valentine / Love Sampler!

In this tutorial, you will be creating a stunning home décor piece that will fit into a 5” x 7” frame.  Using the products from the Sending Love Suite from Stampin’ Up!’s 2017 Occasions Catalog, you will learn how to make each of the sampler squares and then to assemble into the frame.

 

 

All Year Cheer Décor Ensemble!

Cheer up your home all year long with the All Year Cheer Décor Ensemble! Brighten up your mantle, a table or shelf with this classic HOME décor piece that includes interchangeable elements for each month of the year! And why not make two? Keep one for yourself and give the other as a gift with the coordinating card.

 

 

From Trash to Treasures!

We all know it’s good to recycle, but having a recycling bin in your house is just a reminder to take out the trash. However, those same items – empty bottles, cans, and packaging products – organized in a pretty basket labeled “Re-purpose for Crafting”, are a springboard to creativity. As Earth Day approaches, dig into that “re-purpose” basket. Pull out an empty can, some old catalogs or magazines, and some brown paper and Styrofoam packaging to create a lovely floral bouquet and coordinating note card. In this tutorial, you’ll learn three versions of a Faux Cloisonné technique, and you’ll quickly age and rust that vegetable can from last night’s dinner. After all, the center of “earth” is “art”, so let’s create something beautiful while we protect our planet. Bonus: Many steps in this project are perfect for children. While they may need help with some of the cutting and embossing, most of it is “kid-friendly”. What a great way to help our children learn to appreciate our resources by re-purposing trash and turning garbage into art.

 

 

Lift Me Up Card Set!

If you’re ready for this winter to be over, then you’ll love this card set! The cards and bag have hot-air balloons all over them. This card set features the Lift Me Up Bundle and the Sale-A-Bration Carried Away Designer Series Paper. This tutorial teaches how to make three different card designs, and a matching bag to put them in. This would make a great card class, too.

 

 

Cool Treats Explosion Scrapbook Box!

Is it a gift box or a scrapbook?  It’s both because it’s an Explosion Scrapbook Box using the Cool Treats Suite from the 2017 Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog.  Keep the lid on it and it looks like a beautiful gift waiting to be opened.  Remove the lid and the scrapbook explodes to life!  The playful patterns and sweet treats found in the designer paper and embellished pages are yearning for you to add your special photos and journaling.  This easy to make explosion scrapbook will make this a treasure to have on display or give as a gift.

 

 

February Bonus Project!

To get the instructions for this project, just subscribe to one of our 3, 6, or 12 month packages that include the month of February!

 

Stacks & Splits – Fun Card Designs!

Creating a card with a unique design or focal point isn’t always an easy task, but that’s where this tutorial comes to your rescue!  All six of the cards feature a simple layout, but they each have at least one impressive design element that’s either stacked or split.  Best of all . . . the cards are really easy to make!

 

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