Wednesday, July 1, 2015

CPC Summer Garden Tote Gift Set


Happy July everyone! Today begins a new month at Craft Project Central! Today's project is designed by Julie Beltramo, and you can see more of her creations on her blog, Just Julie B's Stampin' Space.

Make this super sweet Summer Garden Tote Bag as a Thank You to that special friend. The coordinating Covered Notepad and Pen are simple but functional gifts that fit neatly inside the Tote. And, of course, the Thank You Card is a must to top off a perfect gift! In this tutorial you’ll also learn an essential tip – the perfect ‘stay put knot/bow’ – you’ll never tie a knot or bow any differently after learning it!


If you would like to see the complete project, and learn how to make it, you'll want to subscribe for the month of July. With your subscription, you'll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for 10 wonderful projects for only $10! You can find out how to gain access this bonus eleventh project over at Craft Project Central.













Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Bonus Deals Promotion Starts Today


Right now is the perfect time to enjoy more savings, because on 

June 30–August 3, 


there are MORE items in the Clearance Rack and Weekly Deals!

 That means you can save up to 30% on even more Weekly Deals, or up to 60% on extra items in the Clearance Rack. 

You’ll want to hurry though, because Weekly Deals discounts are available in limited quantities before the items return to retail prices. Clearance Rack Items are also While Supplies Last!


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CPC Bonus Project - Bohemian Stationery Desktop Organizer


Today's Craft Project Central project is the bonus project for June, and it is designed by Amanda Corbet. You can see more of her creations on her blog, Krafting Kreations.

This bright and bold desk organizer is complete with 10 note cards, 10 envelopes, 12 gift card holders, and 12 gift tags. The organizer keeps it all nice and neat and ready for the next occasion that you need to send a little note. The drawer in the organizer is the perfect place to keep the twine for the gift tags and thread for the gift card holders. Not to mention stamps or other items. There is just enough room in the organizer to hold all these goodies and leave a space perfect for a pen. Put together this lovely desk organizer for yourself or give it as a gift to someone who could use a note card or gift tag in a hurry!


If you would like to see and learn how to make this bonus project, you'll want to subscribe for the month of June, AND qualify for the bonus project. Bonus projects can be obtained by subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or by referring a friend and when they subscribe, letting CPC know. With your subscription, and qualifying for the bonus project, you'll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for 11 wonderful projects for only $10!













Monday, June 29, 2015

More Weekly Deals & Clearance Rack Items!


Right now is the perfect time to enjoy more savings, because on

June 30–August 3, 


there are MORE items in the Clearance Rack and Weekly Deals!

 That means you can save up to 30% on even more Weekly Deals, or up to 60% on extra items in the Clearance Rack. 

You’ll want to hurry though, because Weekly Deals discounts are available in limited quantities before the items return to retail prices. Clearance Rack Items are also While Supplies Last!


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Sunday, June 28, 2015

Guy Greetings - My Hubby's Father's Day Card


This is the card that I made my husband for Father's Day last week. I CASEd this card from one made by Carmen Morris. My husband has a mustache, so of course he claimed the muscles, too! lol

Instructions:
  1. The card base is a 4-1/4" x 11" piece of Soft Suede cardstock, folded in half.
  2. I stamped the World Map stamp onto a 3-3/4" x 5" piece of Very Vanilla cardstock with Crumb Cake ink, and sponged the edges with the same ink. I stamped the World Map onto a 3-3/4" x 2" piece of Crumb Cake cardstock with Crumb Cake ink, tore the bottom long edge, and sponged all of the edges with the same ink.
  3. I cut a 3-3/4" x 2" piece of Basic Black cardstock, tore the bottom long edge, and attached the Crumb Cake strip to the top of it, making sure the black torn edge is below the Crumb Cake torn edge. I then attached it to the Very Vanilla piece.
  4. I attached the Very Vanilla piece onto a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of Crumb Cake cardstock, and then attached it to the front of the card base.
  5. I punched the top of a 2" x 4-1/2" piece of Soft Suede cardstock with the Ornate Tag Topper Punch. I then sponged the edges of a 1-1/2" x 3-1/4" piece of Typeset DSP with Crumb Cake ink, and attached it to the tag. I then cut a 3" piece of Burlap Ribbon, folded it in half in a "v" shape, and stapled it onto the top of the tag. I then attached the tag to the right-side of the card.
  6. I stamped the muscle man stamp from the Guy Greeting set onto a 2" x 3-1/4" piece of Very Vanilla with the Tuxedo Black Memento Pad, and sponged the edges with Crumb Cake ink.
  7. I stamped the World's Greatest stamp onto a scrap of Crumb Cake cardstock, and cut it out with my Paper Snips. I attached it to the top of the muscle man piece, and trimmed the corners of the Very Vanilla cardstock that were sticking up above the banner. Then, I attached it to the middle of the card. I then attached two, Basic Black Candy Dots to the bottom right of the tag.
  8. I stamped the husband stamp to a scrap piece of Soft Suede cardstock, punched it out with the Washi Label Punch, and attached it to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

CPC Boys Will Be Boys Birthday Party


Today's Craft Project Central project is designed by Boni Montano. You can see more of her creations on her blog, Stampin' Sweet.

This complete birthday party set is bound to make your lil’ guests feel entertained! It includes an interactive place setting that will keep the kids busy while you are serving lunch. A personalized mason jar keepsake. Mini gift bags that are perfect for goodies or snacks. A birthday banner that coordinates with the party supplies. Finally, cupcake toppers are the perfect touch to tie the party together. This is a one of a kind party. It is perfect for your lil’ boy!


If you would like to see the complete project, and learn how to make it, you'll want to subscribe for the month of June. With your subscription, you'll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for 10 wonderful projects for only $10! You can find out how to gain access this bonus eleventh project over at Craft Project Central.













Friday, June 26, 2015

Guy Greetings Father's Day Card


Today's card is the card I made for my dad for Father's Day. I LOVE this stamp set, Guy Greetings! It's the perfect card for masculine projects. This has definitely become my go-to stamp set for masculine cards. I used it to make my hubby's Father's Day card, too. I'll be posting that card on Sunday.

Instructions:
  1. I embossed a 5-1/4" x 4" piece of Sahara Sand cardstock by running it through the Big Shot with the new Brick Wall embossing folder.
  2. I attached a 5-1/4" x 2" piece of Timeless Elegance DSP to the bottom of the brick layer. I then wrapped a 7" piece of Lost Lagoon Striped Cotton Ribbon around the top of the DSP, and attached the ribbon ends to the back of the brick layer.  I then attached it to the Sahara Sand card base (a 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" piece, folded in half).
  3. I took a 2" x 5" strip of Very Vanilla cardstock, and punched one end of it with the Ornate Tag Topper Punch. I stamped the hats stamp and the greeting stamp from the Guy Greetings set onto the piece with a Tuxedo Black Memento ink pad. I then stamped the splatter stamp from the Work of Art set all over the piece with a Sahara Sand ink pad. I then tore the straight end of the tag, and sponged all of the edges with Sahara Sand ink.
  4. I took a few 4" strands of Linen Thread, and folded them in half. I inserted the loop-side into the tag hole, starting from the front to the back, and thread the loose ends of the thread through the loop, and pulled it tight to secure it to the tag. I then attached a medium Silver Basic Metal Button to the tag with a Mini Glue Dot. Last, I attached the tag to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.


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