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Mar 31, 2015 5:00:00 AM

Get Ready for Easter with Graphic 45!

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Today, we are preparing for Easter! There's an Easter basket tutorial from Annette Green, and beautiful Sweet Sentiments inspiration from Katie Zoey Ho. You will leave basking in spring colors and flourishing florals. 

First, we have this incredible handmade Easter basket by Annette using Once Upon a Springtime. Wow! Learn how to make it yourself with her video tutorial below.

"While perusing Pinterest for Easter ideas, I came upon several different Easter baskets which led to further searching for handmade basket ideas. I found a wonderful tutorial by Amanda Coleman on her blog Popper and Mimi back in May 2012 and followed her basic steps, making some slight modifications along the way. It took some time, but it wasn’t difficult and well worth the effort. A great rainy (or snowy) day project for those looking forward to Spring." ~Annette

Try this gorgeous Once Upon a Springtime Easter basket with a video tutorial from Annette #graphic45

 

Annette's Easter Basket YouTube Tutorial


Try this gorgeous Once Upon a Springtime Easter basket with a video tutorial from Annette #graphic45


Love the fussy cut florals mixed with fabric florals on Annette's Once Upon a Springtime Easter Basket #Graphic45


Try this gorgeous Once Upon a Springtime Easter basket with a video tutorial from Annette #graphic45

Supply List

Graphic 45 Once Upon A Springtime Deluxe Collector’s Edition

2 - Pixie Post

2 - Once Upon A Springtime Cut-Aparts

1 - Tiny Treasures

1 - Primrose Cottage

Chipboard

Core’dinations Signature Series cardstock, 1 Creme Brulee

Petaloo Forget-Me-Nots, Antique Peach

Sizzix Alterations Die, Garden Greens

Other: Lace, ruffle ribbon, seam binding, brads, Peeled Paint and Vintage Photo Distress Inks.

 

Next, we have this breathtaking Sweet Sentiments Easter nest by Katie. So beautiful and perfect for a centerpiece of just for Easter decoration around the home.

 

"I built this big egg nest for last year’s Easter after I’ve seen various pins from Pinterest in how to make this nest using balloon and yarns. Due to the size (~8” tall), it took me a very long time to get in shape and get it all dried up. By then, Easter was gone… So I just chucked it aside. It was indeed a project half-done. By the time I retrieve this project out, certain parts of the yarn turned yellow (because I starched the yarn and this probably explains why). I wouldn’t want to throw it away even it’s turning yellow, I gesso the entire nest and spray some tea stain mist over it. At the end it turns out pretty look like a nest, much more realistic… Planting some easter eggs inside, it’s all ready for this Easter..." ~Katie

 

"Easter Greetings" nest by Katie using Sweet Sentiments. So gorgeous! #graphic45


Gorgeous purple flowers on this Easter Sweet Sentiments nest by Katie #graphic45


Love the Easter eggs in this Sweet Sentiments "Easter Greetings" nest by Katie #graphic45


Supply List

 

Sweet Sentiments Papers (Easter Greetings, Sweet Sentiments, Violet Bouquet)

 Sweet Sentiments 8” x 8” Paper Pad

 Martha Stewart Craft Paints (Surf, Pink Carnation & Hailstorm)

 Shredded Wood Fibers

 Mulberry Flowers

 Organza Ribbon

 Plastic Eggs

 Crochet Laces

 Jute Twine

 Balloon

 Gesso
Yarn

 

This week you can also win this generous prize pack of Time to Flourish! Check out the giveaway here:

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Thanks for joining us today. We can't wait to see your Easter decor! Make sure to share with us on our Facebook page!

Happy Spring Crafting,

The G45 Family

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Mar 30, 2015 5:00:00 AM

Gorgeous Gloria Stengel Cards!

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Today, we're taking a whole day to focus on the cardmaking genius of Special Projects Designer Gloria Stengel! We are so happy to have her on our team creating classes for us. She also is still creating some incredible cards with our newest creations. Today, we'll get to see her beautiful cards with our new collections! 

First, Gloria shares a stunning Artisan Style card. Her details are so perfect with this richly colored collection.

Gorgeous Artisan Style "Imagine" card by Gloria Stengel #graphic45

 

Gloria's Artisan Style Card #graphic45


Gorgeous details on Gloria's Artisan Style card - Ornate Metal Keyhole and beautiful layers #graphic45


Gorgeous ribbon and key on Gloria's Artisan Style card #graphic45


The inside of Gloria's Artisan Style card #Graphic45

Next, we have this gorgeous Home Sweet Home card by the fabulous Gloria!

"For many years I have wished for Graphic 45 to come out with a country farm collection! I am overjoyed to have a chance to work with Home Sweet Home! I created a card that, basically, uses scraps! I even cut the flowers from scraps, as well. A touch of white paint on each flower gives the flowers a rustic, country look." ~Gloria

"Wishing you the Happiest of Days" Home Sweet Home card by Gloria #graphic45

Gloria Home Sweet Home card #graphic45


Gorgeous handmade flowers on this "Wishing you the Happiest of Days" Home Sweet Home card by Gloria #graphic45


"Wishing you the Happiest of Days" Home Sweet Home card by Gloria #graphic45

We love how Gloria always finishes the inside of her cards. Amazing!


Happy Birthday to You! Love how Gloria created the inside of this Home Sweet Home card #graphic45

Supply List:

Graphic 45 products:
Home Sweet Home Paper Collection:
Garden Fresh, Granny's Quilt, Country Life, Handmade
Other products:
Cardstock: WorldWin Papers Kraft, Ivory, Blueberry
Die cut templates: Heartfelt Creations Sweet Juliet; Spellbinders Rose Creations, Framed
Tags One
Stamps: My Favorite Things Birthday Sentiments, Birthday Greetings
Ink: Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Ice Blue; Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black
Acrylic Paint: Plaid FolkArt Wicker White
Lace: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Adhesive: Scotch 3M ATG tape, Scrap Perfect Best Glue Ever, Scrapbook Adhesives by
3L 3D Foam Squares, hot glue sticks
Tools: Martha Stewart border punch, McGill flower shaping tools, Sizzix Big Shot, paper
trimmer, foam brush, hot glue gun

Now, enjoy her "girl & boy" Precious Memories cards. These are truly so precious!

"Precious Memories is such a wonderful addition to the Graphic 45 line-up. I love the colors, and I paired the paper with ivory cardstock to create a soft and shabby card. I simply adore the little paper doll dresses!" ~Gloria

Beautiful baby girl Precious Memories card by Gloria #graphic45

Gloria's Precious Memories cards #graphic45


The fussy cutting adds so much on this beautiful baby girl Precious Memories card by Gloria #graphic45


Beautiful baby girl Precious Memories card by Gloria #graphic45


"Special Delivery" Precious Memories card by Gloria #graphic45

Supply List:

Graphic 45 products:
Precious Memories Paper Collection: Cherish, Sugar and Spice, Cuddle Time
Artist Trading Tags (Ivory)
Other products:
Cardstock: WorldWin Papers Natural
Embossing folders: Cuttlebug Swiss Dots, The Paper Studio (large dots)
Ink: Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Creamy Brown
Ribbon and Twine: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Mini clothes pins: Canvas Corp
Button: stash
Adhesive: Scotch 3M ATG tape, Scrap Perfect Best Glue Ever, Scrapbook Adhesives by
3L 3D Foam Squares, hot glue sticks
Tools: McGill flower shaping tools, Sizzix Big Shot,1/2" circle punch, paper trimmer, hot
glue gun

"Too many stamp sets and other products for babies and children forget to include twins! I adore this sweet image of twins!" ~Gloria

"So Sweet" twins baby card by Gloria using Precious Memories #graphic45


Ribbon, twine, and more on this "So Sweet" twins baby card by Gloria using Precious Memories #graphic45


Stars, buttons, and sweet imagery on this "So Sweet" twins baby card by Gloria using Precious Memories #graphic45


"Sent From Heaven" Precious Memories card by Gloria #graphic45


Supply List:

Graphic 45 products:
Precious Memories Paper Collection: Precious Memories, Baby's Breath, Puppy Dog's
Tails, Pat-A-Cake
Little Darlings Stamp Set
Other products:
Cardstock: WorldWin Papers Natural, Cornflower Blue
Embossing folders: Cuttlebug Swiss Dots
Die templates: My Favorite Things heart doily, Spellbinders Standard Circles Small,
Stars Five
Ink: Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Creamy Brown
Ribbon and Twine: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Button: stash
Adhesive: Scotch 3M ATG tape, Scrap Perfect Best Glue Ever, Scrapbook Adhesives by
3L 3D Foam Squares, hot glue sticks
Tools: Sizzix Big Shot, paper trimmer, hot glue gun, Zutter Bow-it-All

Who won last week's giveaway featuring our amazing retired collections? Our randomly chosen winner is...

-Alicia Tillman

Congratulations, Alicia! Please email joanna@g45papers.com to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone who entered! We have a new contest with a $60 Time to Flourish prize pack this week that you can take part in below. How exciting!

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Thanks for joining us today for a gorgeous day full of cards, winners, and our new blog giveaway! We hope this kicks off a great week for you. 

Your Pals in Paper,

The G45 Family

Want to try these projects out? Visit your LSS or order online today! Graphic 45 Store Locator Link Here

Mar 29, 2015 5:00:00 AM

The Innovative and Unbelievable Creations by Laura Denison

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Today, we're celebrating the incredible work of Laura Denison! She is such a masterful designer, and her creations always are architecturally amazing. She has such incredible, innovative ideas in her designs, and we cannot wait to share her interview today. At the end she has a downloadable tutorial to make her stunning Home Sweet Home Potting Bench. How exciting!

An Interview with Laura Denison

An Interview with Laura Denison

1. Why do you craft? 
 
I can't think of any time in my life that I wasn't doing some sort of creative endeavor. Over the years I have done pretty much every sort of craft or fine art out there. It is just a part of who I am at a basic level.

2. What do you feel is your crafting forté?
 
My forte is 3D projects and mini albums. I love to find creative ways to hold interactive mini albums.
 
3. What inspires and motivates you to be creative?
 
I love what I do. Inspiration can come from a color, a sound, a scene. Pretty much anything can spark an idea or an image. Sometimes it is just a glimmer of an idea or concept. Sometimes I can see a project in full detail in my mind. My head gets so full of ideas...time is the issue.

4. What do you do with your projects once they're complete?
 
These days most of what I design I also teach, so I end up making at lest 3 of each project, one as the prototype, one as the sample for the pattern, and one that I make during my live classes. Many are display in my home. Many are in various stages of completion in my studio. Some I give away.

5. What is the funniest craft disaster you've ever had?

At the time of this incident, it wasn't at all funny. In retrospect it just makes me shake my head. Several summers ago, I was teaching a class at CHA in Las Vegas for G45. We had a sold out class of over 100 people. I was bringing all of the precut chipboard for the class in my carry on luggage. Both of my carry on pieces were searched by two different TSA agents at airport security. One had my Wizard House and was fascinated and asking me questions. The other got the chipboard. In the distraction of answering questions, half of the chipboard did not make it back into my carry on. I realized it was missing the morning of the class. After allowing myself 10 minutes to be completely hysterical, I had to shake it off and come up with a solution. We had one cover and the spine for everyone in class and ended up using the 8 x 8 pad cover to make a 6' x 9" album cover....it was creative magic making 8" become 9"!! Turn a disaster into a creative opportunity!
 
We remember that genius moment! You're like the MacGyver of crafting, Laura! Thanks for sharing with us :)
 
Now, Laura shares a most genius altered piece using Home Sweet Home! A potting bench using all the great imagery from this collection. How stunning!
 
Learn how to make this gorgeous Home Sweet Home potting bench with an awesome PDF tutorial from Laura Denison! #graphic45
 
Can you believe the base of this great project is our black Window Shadow Box? How creative!
 
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What gorgeous fussy cutting and precious details in this Home Sweet Home potting bench by Laura #graphic45

Fussy cutting, beauty, and more in this altered Home Sweet Home project by Laura! Stunning! #graphic45


Download Laura's Potting Bench PDF Pattern

Supply List

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Thanks for joining us this gorgeous Sunday. We hope you try Laura's awesome tutorial! Have a fantastic day.

Happy Papercrafting,

Graphic 45

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Mar 28, 2015 5:00:00 AM

A Magical Mother Goose Album with Jane Tregenza

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We are so excited to share this awesome Mother Goose idea from the amazing G45 Ambassador Jane Tregenza today! Jane is an inspirational designer with her amazing mix of colors, G45 collections, and incredible imagination.  She owns her own craft store in Australia, owns a brilliant chipboard company, and still finds time to share her amazing Graphic 45 creations with us! Get to know the amazing Jane today!

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An Interview with Jane Tregenza

1. Why do you craft?

I just love the freedom and the whole creative process, I find it very relaxing. The idea of starting with no idea of the finished project, but with a wonderful collection of graphic 45 papers and embellishments in front of me, is my idea of the perfect setting to create my projects in.

2. What do you feel is your crafting forte?

I just love everything, cards, books, off the page and layouts. I suppose books are my favourite but I really love layouts. It really depends on the collection I am working with as to what I end up making.

3. What inspires and motivates you to be creative?

Graphic 45 papers are the perfect inspiration for me. I love laying the papers out in front of me. I always have two of each print so I can see both sides – then I just start cutting. My favourite way to use it, is to mix the collections around and use some of my old favourites along with my new favourites.

4. What do you do with your projects once they're complete?

I have 7 Graphic 45 albums full of layouts and a bookcase full of my books and cards. Because I teach all over Australia I am always packing my books and layouts up to go to shows and things. So most of the time they are on display in my store or in boxes ready for the next display.

5. What is the funniest craft disaster you've ever had?

I don’t really have a funniest craft disaster. I find that most of my disasters end up becoming my favourite projects. As I tell everyone I teach, there are no mistakes in scrapbooking only more opportunities to create something better.

Wow, we would love to see your 7 Graphic 45 albums - awesome! Thanks for talking with us, Jane!

Now, Jane shares the most fabulous album using Mother Goose!

"I really love this collection – all the images are perfect for cutting out. Once I saw the collection I knew I wanted to do a book. But I didn’t want to just do a book, I wanted to do a pop out or an interactive book. Each page has a pocket that contains a letter, postcard and little bits and pieces relating to each nursery rhyme in it.

A Mother Goose album by the incredible Jane Tregenza #graphic45


I always make my books from scratch. I use cardstock for the foundation of each page, then I add print paper to each black foundation page. I love using Graphic 45’s striped print papers for making frames around my pages. It’s such a lovely technique for any page; it also helps to hide my background print paper sometimes when it isn’t on straight. I use this technique for frames on layouts, books and cards. I have done a snapguide on making a frame if any of you want to have a go. At the end of the snapguide I have included some examples of frames on my work.

Some of the interactive features in my book include a tab attached to Humpty Dumpty that makes him slide down the wall. The letter in the pocket on Humpty Dumpty’s Page is a letter from Nurse Rea Rhyme telling him how to treat his broken head. It includes an x-ray of his cracked egg. There is also a postcard telling him to get better from all the kings men.



Humpty Dumpty pages of Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Humpty Dumpty pages of Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Humpty Dumpty pages of Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Humpty Dumpty pages of Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


The History of Humpty Dumpty created by Jane #graphic45


The Twinkle Twinkle Little Star page has a tab so the cow jumps over the moon. In the pocket there is a letter from the King’s astronomer confirming the naming of the star as “Twinkle” and a star chart showing where it is in the constellation. There is also a packet with a chipboard star and some star dust.



Twinkle Twinkle Little Star pages in Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Twinkle Twinkle Little Star pages in Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Twinkle Twinkle Little Star nursery rhyme notes and history created by Jane #graphic45

The Mary Mary quite contrary page has a garden that pops up. In the pocket is a letter from Mrs Tiggy Winkle complaining about the mud on Mary’s cloths. There is also a packet of seeds for “Pretty Maids” and a vintage postcard of a girl with a bunch of flowers.

Mary Mary Quite Contrary pages from Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Mary Mary Quite Contrary pages in Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


The great letter to go with Jane's Mary Mary Quite Contrary page #graphic45


In the pocket for the Mary Had a Little Lamb page there is a letter from the teacher informing Mary that her lamb can’t attend school again. There is a map of nursery rhyme land and a packet with some of Mary’s lamb’s wool.


Mary Had a Little Lamb pages from Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Mary Had a Little Lamb pages from Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Mary Had a Little Lamb pages from Jane's Mother Goose album #graphic45


Mary Had a Little Lamb letter and ephemera with Jane's Mother Goose book #graphic45


The last page of the book has pockets for each of the Nursery Rhymes. There is a little booklet with the history of each Nursery Rhyme in each pocket.

I had great fun creating this book and writing the letters. I am hoping that any child receiving a book like this, will just love all the little bits and pieces that I have included to make it more interesting."

Check out How to Make a Frame With Striped Paper Technique Tutorial by Jane Tregenza on Snapguide.  

Jane's Snapguide Tutorial

Supply List

Mother Goose Collection
Imaginarium Designs Chipboard

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Thanks for joining us today, we know this album is just amazing! Thanks to Jane! Have a great day, G45ers!

Happy Papercrafting,

Graphic 45

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Mar 27, 2015 5:00:00 AM

Clare Charvill Lets Color and Texture Energize her Creativity

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G45 Ambassador Clare Charvill is an incredible designer, teacher, and creator! You've seen her on Create & Craft TV talking about Graphic 45 and many of you have taken her fabulous classes. Today, we'll get to know Clare better!

  An Interview with Clare Charvill #graphic45

An Interview with Clare Charvill

1. Why do you craft?

I love to create and always have right from a really young age. Influenced and encouraged by my mum and grandma.  I love taking a though or idea and brining it to life through my fingers be it thread, materials, sugar paste or paper. It’s a very productive way of relaxing too.

2. What do you feel is your crafting forte?

I love making albums or memory books that showcase full sized photos, altered art projects that enable me to bring flat mediums to life especially shadow boxes and flower making.  

3. What inspires and motivates you to be creative?

Colour and textures inspire my creativity.  My mood influences how I see things and what I create, and often the theme of the paper pads I have to work with inspire an idea that starts my creative thought. The finished project develops as I work.  Projects are not always planned but seem to evolve which I love.

4. What do you do with your projects once they're complete?

I have lots of my projects displayed in craft shops around the UK and I give many away as raffle prizes at my retreats and workshops too.

5. What is the funniest craft disaster you've ever had?

The funniest disaster I’ve had was starting to decorate an album and then picking it up after a few days and working on it upside down from the back cover. A real topsy turvey disaster lol! But quite unique :)

See? All "craft disasters" just turn out to be unique beauties! Thanks for this great interview, Clare!

Now, Clare provides a beautiful Artisan Style shadowbox and tutorial! We are in love. Join the fun below!

Clare's Artisan Style Tutorial

Artisan Style Frame 0 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

"Tip: Recycle your offcuts of chipboard and use them as supports in your shadow box designs. Cut them into regular sized squares and lengths, stick them together in stacks of equal numbers and then stick them to the back of the paper pieces, increasing the number in each stack to build up the dimension.  Once dried they hold the paper pieces in place perfectly.

Tutorial: Graphic 45 give us beautiful imagery in their paper collections and all the elements you need to make 3 stunning dimensional scenes. Using a pair of scissors, the and a little creativity you can create dimensional shadow boxes which if you follow me you know I love doing.

I’ve used the Artisan Style papers for todays project.  Here’s how it all came together. Just follow the steps below to make one yourself:

Browse through the papers and chose a theme for your frame, finding an image for the focal point and others to compliment it. I chose the porch and doors from the signature paper, opted for a view through the doors, a flower garden and peacocks.

The finished piece reminds me of an amazing holiday we had in India before the boys were born. Peacocks were everywhere.  

Cover your frame with your chosen background paper (I used two 12 x 12 Craftsmanship sheets for mine). Cut out a variety of chipboard squares and strips and all the elements you want to use in your frame. Ink paper edges from the back of each piece so you don’t change the colour of the images.

Artisan Style Frame 1 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 1 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

From two sheets of Artisan Style paper Cut out the porch from one and the roof and doors from the second. Patch two pieces of blue paper (from Artisan Style) together so they fit inside the frame of the open doors. Trim the Cut apart as shown in the picture and cut a 1” green strip of patterns and solid paper and

Artisan Style Frame 3 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

Use a craft knife to Cut across the top bottom and down the centre of the doors on the full porch section. Stick the second pair of doors to the back of the first, fold and crease so they open.  Put stacks of 5 chipboard pieces on the back of the separate roof section.

At the bottom edge of the complete porch and door section cut down the sides of both pillars, crease and valley fold paper along the line of the bottom of the door and fold the top of each pillars forwards to lift it away from the door.  Support the top and bottom of the pillars with stacks of chipboard pieces.

Artisan Style Frame 5 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

Curve the house Cut apart slightly and stick to the blue background paper.  Add green paper to front following lower white edge of the border.  Stick to the underside of the doorframe.

Artisan Style Frame 4 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 4 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 4 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

From the second sheet of Artisan Style paper cut across the bottom of the door, following line, with ½” of cream either side of the base of the pillars.  Make small cuts down the side of the pillars and trim off.  Fold and crease paper at ½” and ¾” to make step, and join with tacky glue to the paper folded forwards at the bottom of the full porch.  Add strips of chipboard under the step below the door to support it.

Cut a 7 ½” strip of border off the left of the Artisan Style paper keeping the blue edge on the right hand side. Crease along inner blue edge, and lining up right hand edges join both steps together. Put tacky glue on the reverse of the porch section and chipboard strip under step and stick section in place bottom right of the frame.



Artisan Style Frame 8 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 8 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

Now you can start to add the detail.  Start with the branch and hanging flowers, using stacks of chipboard to support them. Then add two agapanthus and more flowers working from the back of the frame forwards, adding height t the flowers as you go with chipboard pieces. 

Artisan Style Frame 10 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 10 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 10 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 10 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

To finish add the peacocks along the bottom edge, the Artisan Style ironwork piece and two or three butterflies cut from Attention to Detail paper.

Artisan Style Frame 13 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 13 Clare Charvill Graphic 45


Artisan Style Frame 13 Clare Charvill Graphic 45

Then stand back and admire your crafty creation.

For more step by step pictures watch the slide show for this project below:

 

Clare's YouTube Video Slideshow

 Supply List

12 x 12 Artisan Style Papers
Artisan Style x 2
Decorative Flourish x 1
Natural Beauty x 1
Craftsmanship x 2
Creative Ideal x 1
Attention to Detail x 1
1” strip of solid green paper from the Patterns and Solids pad
Other Supplies:
Shadow box – my own kit
Tacky Glue
Chipboard offcuts trimmed to ¼” and ½” square and longer strips for larger supports
Black Soot distress ink and applicator
Black Paint for shadow box

Also, there's more time to enter the great contest this week! Enter below to win some retired G45 collections!

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Thanks for joining us to get to know Clare better. She is an amazing designer! We are so glad she's a G45 Ambassador. Have a fantastic Friday, G45ers!

Your Pals in Paper,

Graphic 45

Want to try this project out? Visit your LSS or order online today! Graphic 45 Store Locator Link Here