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23 posts from September 2011

September 23, 2011

Graphic 45 & Fiskars Team Up Final Day!

Hello Crafters!

What a wonderful and epic week it's been! So many amazing projects, inspiration and Fiskars love! The fun isn't over yet! We've got some marvelous projects to share with you from Nancy Wehtington and Lynette Carroll of our design team. We also have two winners to announce for this week's big contests! Just a quick reminder that there's still time to enter a project for our Halloween Rejuvenation Challenge! The deadline to submit your Halloween or Fall-inspired altered object is September 25th! Email your submissions to charee@g45papers.com. On September 26th all of the submissions will be uploaded to our Facebook photos and you will get to vote for your favorite submission by "Like"-ing it! Voting is from September 26th to 7am on September 30th. The TWO projects with the most likes winWinners will be announced on Friday, September 30th at 8am on our Facebook and on our blog. Fun!

Okay, prize time! Our randomly chosen winners for this week's Graphic 45/Fiskars team up are...

1. Loren Rullan Crane
2. Jayne of Posh Creations

Congratulations ladies! Please email us with your shipping information at info@g45papers.com and claim your prizes. And big thanks to everyone who left a comment this week. We had so much fun and we hope you did too!   Now lets get to it! This first amazing Graphic 45/Fiskars craft is by Nancy Wethington. There's even a sweet tutorial to go along with it! Get ready to be majorly inspired! Take it away, Nancy!

Having recently found some old family photos of my Grandma, her brothers and sister and Mom & Dad, I wanted to do something to preserve these memories and the stories behind these photos. My Grandma was born in Asturias, Spain in 1904.  She came to the U.S. with her family around 1908 and eventually settled in St. Louis.  The photos I have were taken sometime between 1910 and 1920 and were mounted as postcards.  Therefore, I didn't want to put them on any photo mats and possibly ruin the discretion of the postcard.  So pockets seemed like the answer for these photos. This is the album completed with the few photos I found. 

Family 1
I started with plain chipboard, cut so that it was staggered.

   Family 2

I knew I wanted to use the Fiskars edge punches so I painted the edges of the chipboard with black acrylic.
  Family 3

This photos shows the Postage Stamp Fiskars border punch used on the Graphic 45 Renaissance Faire Bona Fide paper.  The punched edge really shows up against the black background.

Family 4

Here is the Graphic 45 Renaissance Faire Enlightened paper finished with the Fiskars Leave It To Weaver border punch.

  Family 5

 The finished chipboard, all covered and ready for decorating.

  Family 6

I used a template I had to create envelopes with Graphic 45 papers and Fiskars Twist & Flip Corner punch.  Love this punch! You get two different sized corners with just one punch.  Just flip the top and you're ready with the next size!

Family 7

Because I didn't want to use tabs on the photo postcards, I used Fiskars Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch.  I have been using these punches for years.  The design of these is impeccable. Previous to Fiskars coming out with these punches, I would turn my punches upside down to see what and where I was punching, then try to maneuver the actual punch without moving the paper.  No more!  Fiskars has brilliantly designed these punches that are the easiest ever to use.

Dressing up envelopes is easy with Fiskars punches.  Here, I punched an edge of an envelope with Fiskars Leave It To Weaver Border punch. I punched a strip of Renaissance Faire paper with Fiskars Postage Stamp Border punch and then wove the Postage Stamp border paper through the holes of the Leave It To Weaver envelope. 

This Postage Stamp Easy Squeeze punch will get a little dressing up a bit later. Fussy cuts are easy with the Fiskars Non-Stick Scissors #5.  You can see how sharp and pointy they are.  Perfect for getting in the tiny crevices of Graphic 45's Masterpiece designs.
Family 13
Here is the fussy cut finished and ready to go.
Family 14
Wanting to add a tiny flower to one of the pages, I created a very simple design from Fiskars Seal of Approval punch. 

Family 15
Punch 5 circles using the Fiskars Seal of Approval punch

Family 17
From one circle, using Fiskars scissors, cut away one section of the circle.

  Family 18

Roll up tightly and glue.  I like to hold these with a clip or hemostat until the adhesive is dry. Cut a line into 3 of the remaining circles - just about half way to the center.  Roll each circle up (as you did the first, but not quite as tight) and adhere the edges of each circle together.  Clip until dry.
Family 19
Going back to the first circle, using Fiskars scissors, cut off the cip of the circle. Thread stamens through from the inside of the circle.
Family 22

Here's the finished product, with all the circles glued together, leaves attached and ready for the envelope. 

Family 23
Page 1 of the Family book. I love to paint the Graphic 45 Metal Staples in any color that suits my project.  Here, they are painted with Red Barn acrylic paint and then I added a hanging tag from Graphic 45 Sticker Staples
Family 24_edited-1
Pages 2 and 3

Family 26  
Pages 4 and 5

Family 27
Gotta love the original photo postcards.  Rather than write in ink, I wrote names in pencil on the back. 
Family 29
Page 7 close-up with the punched and threaded envelope and the mini flower attached.

Family 30
Fussy cuts with Fiskars Scissors #5 were used on page 8

Family 32
Hope you enjoyed my mini-book using the amazing Graphic 45 Renaissance Faire paper.  The designs of the paper are so rich it even makes plain chipboard look wonderful!  With the addition of Fiskars fabulous tools - it creates a bit of a WOW factor without much fuss.


Graphic 45 Papers: Renaissance Faire Collection:  Enlightened; Bona Fide; Masterpiece;  
Graphic 45 Staples: Geometric Door Knob; Metal Tags; Kraft Envelopes; Sticker Staples
Ranger Industries: Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Adhesive:  Beacon 3-in-1
Imaginarium:  FAMILY letters
Fiskars: Non-Stick Scissors #5; Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch; Postage Stamp XLG Easy Squeeze Punch; Postage Stamp Border Punch; Leave It To Weaver Border Punch; Apron Lace Border Punch; Twist & Flip Corner Punch

Next up is this wonderful Christmas Emporium card, also created by Nancy Wethington. 'Tis the season to get inspired with Graphic 45 and Fiskars! Take a look!

Christmas Card 1
As soon as the Fall weather starts rolling in, I start thinking about the holidays . . . and that leads to Christmas cards.  Christmas Emporium is just my style with its beautifully designed vintage patterns and images. This is the cardfront designed with Christmas Emporium, a Spellbinders die and Fiskars punches.  For this card I used both the 12x12 and 8x8 Graphic 45 patterns. The background was cut from the Graphic 45 8x8 pad.  The rest of the images from the 12x12 Christmas Emporium pad. 

Christmas Card 2

Here's the card in progress.  The Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Accent die reminded me of a snowflake and would make a good backdrop for the adorable children.  They needed some color behind them so I used the Fiskars Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch with the Believe! paper to add some color contrast. Keeping the theme of the postcard and stamp from Believe!, I used the Fiskars Postage Stamp Border Punch with side B of the Believe! paper to create a border and anchor the children. Using the Fiskars Scissors #5, it is so easy to fussy-cut the images from All I Want For Christmas. All dressed up, popped up and ready to go!

Christmas Card 5
The inside of the card uses all the same Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium papers.  This time I used the 8x8 pad to get mini-images.  With the Graphic 45 Cling Christmas Emporium 3 stamp set.  By using the Colorbox G45 Decades ink, I was able to perfectly match the colors of blue used in the Christmas Emporium papers.  Love that!

Christmas Card 6


Graphic 45: Christmas Emporium (both 12x12 and 8x8): Under the Mistletoe; All I Want For Christmas; Believe!; Special Delivery
Graphic 45 Cling Christmas Emporium 3
Fiskars: Postage Stamp Border Punch; Postage Stamp Squeeze Punch; Seal of Approval Squeeze Punch
Colorbox: Graphic 45 Decades Bon Voyage
Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Accents (S5-042)
3D Foam Squares
Cardstock: Bazzill

Next we have this astonishing Hallowe'en in Wonderland and Magic of Oz centerpiece by Lynette Carroll. This gorgeous creation is sure to get you inspired to create something for our Halloween Rejuvenation Challenge. Here is what Lynette had to say about this super clever creation!

I am hosting a Halloween lunch this year and wanted to create a centerpiece for my table.  Rather than decorating with the traditional "spooky" theme I decided to create projects that were a little more "girly".  I knew straight away that I would decorate a witches hat for my table so the Hallowe'en in Wonderland papers would be perfect for my project.

I bought two paper mache witches hats from the craft store, one to use for my project and the second one to cut apart for my template. I first painted the entire hat with black glitter paint and then I traced the hat pieces and cut them from the "Magic of Oz" paper and adhered them to the hat.  I then made the flowers and cut the other elements from the papers.  As I was assembling my hat I felt as if it needed some trim around the edges.  This is where I decided to use the Fiskars Notebook border Punch in a non traditional way.  Using my paper trimmer I cut 3 strips of "The Magic of Oz" paper and punched along the edge giving me a "lace effect".  I then adhered these strips together to fit around the brim of the hat and glued them to the underside of the hat.

To finish the project I tied some sparkly black netting into a bow and glued it to the hat.  I then simply created my "scene" and glued it all down.


Graphic 45 - The Magic of Oz Collection -
Graphic 45 - Hallowe'en in Wonderland Collection
Graphic 45 - Steampunk Debutante Collection - Fantasy Floral
Fiskars - Paper Trimmer
Fiskars - X-Large Easy Squeeze Punch - Postage Stamp
Fiskars - Border Punch - Notebook
Fiskars - Non Stick Scissors No. 5
Ranger Industries - Tim Holtz Old Paper Distress Ink
Ranger Industries - Glossy Accents
Sizzix - Tim Holtz Tattered Florals Die
Martha Stewart Crafts - Black Glitter Paint
Misc:  Fall Leaves, Black Spider, Paper Mache Hat, Black Netting, Silver Glitter, Hot Glue Gun

That's all the fun for today, Crafters. Thank you all again for this super fun week. We had a blast. And big thanks to our pals at Fiskars too! We hope you will all join us on Monday for more wonderful ideas and another blog contest! The fun never stops at Graphic 45! Have a wonderful weekend!

Happy Papercrafting!

Team Graphic 45

September 22, 2011

Once Upon a Springtime Project Sheets

Hello Crafters!

While cleaning house we came across these Once Upon a Springtime project sheets.  So naturally we thought we would jump on the opportunity to share with all of our lovely friends online. 

Download Once Upon a Springtime Card & Layout

Click the link to download. 

Enjoy!  And as always, Happy Papercrafting!


Team Graphic 45!

Graphic 45 & Fiskars Team Up Day 4!

Hello Crafters,

Welcome to another fun-filled day as we team up with Fiskars to bring you spectacular crafting inspiration! Thank you all so much for joining us! Our design team has whipped up the most amazing creations from our newest collection An ABC Primer.  We are so excited to share today's inspiration from Sherry Cheever and Jack & Cat Curio. There's even a fun video by Jack & Cat that is sure to make you smile! Don't forget that there's still time to leave comments for your chance to win some amazing prizes this week. Leave us a comment here on the blog and venture on over to the Graphic 45 Facebook page and Fiskars Facebook page and write "Graphic 45 + Fiskars=_____" Fill in the blank with your own words and you'll be entered to win! We announce two big winners tomorrow on our blog and Facebook page! It's so exciting! Check out this gorgeous and super sweet card created by Sherry Cheever. Sherry always knows how to create the most quaintly beautiful crafts. Get inspired by this adorable card and check out her cool photo of all the fun tools she used to create it!




Graphic 45 Papers:  An ABC PrimerCalico Kids, Games and Playtime, Grammar School, Tags 1
Graphic 45 Stamps:  An ABC Primer 2 by Hampton Art
Fiskars:  Deckle Tear Edger, Postage Stamp and Notebook Border Punches
Core’dinations:  Graphic 45 Signature Series Color Core Cardstock
Scrapbook Adhesives:  3D Foam Squares, MyStik Permanent Adhesive
Ranger Industries:  Antique Linen, Aged Mahogany and Fired Brick
Distress Inks; Mister; Craft Sheet; Heat It Craft Tool Spellbinders
Paper Arts:  S4-114 Standard Circles LG and S4-116 Standard Circles SM Nestabillities®, Grand Calibur®
Other:  Copic Markers; Sakura Gelly Roll Stardust Marker; Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and Ink Sweeper; 7 Gypsies Paper Fasteners

Next we have this wonderful banner created by Jack & Cat Curio. This banner is the essence of old fashioned schoolhouse cuteness! Each tag has its own unique story to tell. And you can tell that they had a lot of fun with all the great Fiskars tools! Check out the sweet video they created too! Amazing!

Fiskars & G45 Tag Banner.2

Fiskars & G45 Tag Banner.4

Fiskars & G45 Tag Banner.5

Fiskars & G45 Tag Banner.8




An ABC Primer Collection: An ABC Primer, Alphabet Soup, One Two, Buckle My Shoe, Grammar School, Calico Kids, Bedtime Stories, Building Blocks, Happy Go Lucky, Games and Playtime Core'dinations SigSeries G45 12x12 Black, An ABC Primer Chipboard Die-cuts 1 & 2, Graphic 45 Staples: Trim, Metal Flowers, Metal Buttons
Fiskars Tools: Tear Edger Deckle, Tear Edger Scallop, Border Punch Notebook, Border Punch Leave it to Weaver, Border Punch Postage Stamp, Postage Stamp Squeeze Punch, Twist & Flip Punch - Round 'n Round, The Original Orange Handled Scissors 8 in
Ranger Distress Ink Vintage Photo, Ranger Crackle Paint Picket Fence3L Scrapbook Adhesives:3D Foam Squares5 ¾ inch x 3 inch Red Shipping TagsSewing Machine
Assorted ribbon, paper doilies, clothes pins, twine

We want to thank the amazing Sherry Cheever and Jack & Cat Curio for their magical work today! And thank you to all of you for stopping by our blog. Please join us tomorrow as we announce our big winners for this week's prizes! We hope you have a terrific Thursday!

With Love and Pretty Paper,

Team Graphic 45

September 21, 2011

Graphic 45 & Fiskars Team Up Day 3!

Hello Fabulous Crafters,

Welcome to day 3 of our fun team-up with the fine folks at Fiskars! We have been having to much fun with this terrific Facebook hop and we hope you are enjoying it as much as we are! We have another amazing lineup of crafts from our design team to share with you today. Melanie Forbes, Jane Tregenza and Yuka Hino have created the most astonishing layouts that combine Graphic 45 and Fiskars! You'll even see a great tutorial by Jane Tregenza that will show you how to create a beautifully layered LO using some fun Fiskars tools and the Graphic 45 Once Upon a Springtime collection. So get ready to be amazed by the creative splendor that you're about to see! And don't forget to swing on by the Graphic 45 Facebook page and the Fiskars Facebook page to see more wonderful crafts. Leave a comment on both pages for your chance to win a spectacular prize this week! Just write "Graphic 45 + Fiskars=______" Fill in the blank with your own words and you'll be entered to win! We will choose two random winners from Facebook and our blog and announce them this Friday! Yay! Okay, lets get to the crafts! This first adorable LO was created by Melanie Forbes using our new collection An ABC Primer. Check out the dazzling layers and amazing colors! This LO gets first prize for fun!







Graphic 45 Papers
An ABC PrimerHappy go Lucky, Grammer School, School Days, Jumping Joan, Calico Kids, Primer Chipboard diecuts 2, Cling An ABC Primer 3 stamps.
Core’dinations Signature Series – Heritage Kraft
Colourbox Graphic 45 Decades – Venetian Lace, Dark Cashmere, Photogenic, Triumphant Red

FISKARS – Border punches in Leave it to Weaver, Notebook & Postage Stamp, trimmer, scissors & tweezers
Twiddleybitz – Feather & swirl FLOR021
May Arts – 3/8” Metallic Velvet Black ribbon 377-38-10
Scrapbook Adhesives – black and white 3D foam squares
Basic Grey – Delilah White Choc Chip alpha’s
Carolee Creations Adorn it - Buckaroo alpha’s
Tattered Angels  - Glitter Glam Blue Suede Shoes
White Gesso

Next we have this gorgeous and heart-warming layout by Jane Tregenza. Just look at how beautiful this is! Jane used Once Upon a Springtime and some fun Fiskars punches to create this gorgeous work of art. She even made a tutorial so that you can make one of your very own! Thanks, Jane!


I was wrapped to receive from Fiskars some of their punches for the blog hop. I am a big fan and love the border punches.


They kindly send me two borders and a squeeze punch.  The squeeze punch was in the shape of a postage stamp. Perfect for me as I love stamps. I decided to do a layout on my daughter and use “once upon a Springtime”.


First I used the ribbon threading punch, I punched a strip of paper 12 inches long and threaded some apricot satin ribbon through it. It was so easy to do.


I got a bit carried away and ended up with two more punched border pieces. The punches work so well and are easy to line up, allowing you to create a continues line of bordered edges on your papers. I love the way using border punches allow you to add lots of detail to your layouts without bulking the page out too much


I used Enchanted Forest for the base of my layout.  I layered all the punched strips on the page. I added more ribbons to hide any joins.


I love the “once upon a springtime frames” . I matted one of the big frames on some cardstock and over the top of my photo. I added a heart topped chipboard fence from Imaginarium designs.


Another frame to the right of the layout balanced it nicely. I added some Prima pearls to create a flight path for the butterflies!


The smaller frame gave me a foundation to build all the other elements on. I added a large chipboard Butterfly with some flowers. I used a  square from “Enchanted Forest” for a journaling block.


I used the photo squeeze punch from Fiskar for my title squares. It nearly fitted the” tiny treasures” postage squares printed on the paper perfectly. I added smaller square of pink  “Spellbound”  in the middle and some chipboard alphas to spell Anna’s name.

This is one of my favourite photo of Anna. It takes me back many years. At nine months old she could just hold her head up and roll over. My husband took this photo of her and it reminds me of how tiny she was and how clever she thought she was at the time. She has grown into a lovely woman and a much love and valued member of our family. Life would not be the same without her.


Graphic 45 Papers
Tiny Treasures
Enchanted Forest
Woodland fantasy
Once upon a springtime
Once upon a springtime Frames.
Fiskars punches, ribbon border, embossing border and squeeze punch
Colourbox inks  Olive pastel liquid chalk
Imaginarium deigns
Heart topped fence
Melisa Frances vintage embellishments.
Prima say it with pearls and lace

And last but certainly not least is this beautiful and whimsical layout by the brilliant Yuka Hino. She used An ABC Primer and more fun Fiskars punches to make this amazing LO! Just look at how imaginative and sweetly detailed this LO is! It's so great! And the Fiskars Notebook Border Punch is totally perfect when combined with An ABC Primer! A match made in craft heaven!



Graphic 45 Papers
An ABC Primer: An ABC Primer, Grammar School, Jumping Joan, Alphabet
Soup, Games and Playtime, Calico Kids, Happy Go Lucky, School Days
Graphic 45 Chipboards: An ABC Primer Chipboard Die-cuts 1, An ABC
Primer Chipboard Die-cuts 2
Graphic 45 Cling: Cling An ABC Primer 2
Graphic 45 Staples: Chipboard Buttons
Fiskars: Notebook Border Punch, Postage Stamp Squeeze Punch, Tear
Edger - Scallop
Imaginarium Designs Chipboard: Star Train with three carriages
May Arts: String
October Afternoon: Alphabet Sticker
7gypsies: Brads
Hampton Art - Graphic45 Decades Distressing Ink: Venetian Lace,
Antique Moss, Dark Cashmere
Ranger Industries: Glossy Accents, Blending Tool, Ink
Tsukineko: Ink
Scrapbook Adhesives By 3L: MyStik™ Permanent Strips Dispenser, MyStik™
Repositionable Dots Dispenser, 3D Foam Squares - Black, Small
Acrylic Color

That's all for today, Crafters. We will be right back here tomorrow with more amazing crafts that combine Graphic 45 and Fiskars! Please join us for the fun and inspiration! Big thanks to Melanie Forbes, Jane Tregenza and Yuka Hino for their wonderful work today! And thanks to all of you for joining us on this lovely Wednesday!

Happy Papercrafting!

Team Graphic 45

September 20, 2011

Graphic 45 & Fiskars Team Up! Day 2 of Craft Fun!

Hello Crafters,

Welcome to another fun and exciting day as we team up with the fine folks at Fiskars! We have some fantastic projects from our design team to share with you. All of today's crafts were created using Graphic 45 papers and embellishments as well as great Fiskars scissors and punches. You'll see some totally inspiring ideas from Nicole Eccles, Robin Shakoor and Tara Orr. And don't forget to mosey on over to the Graphic 45 Facebook page as well as the Fiskars Facebook page and leave a comment for your chance to win a terrific prize! All you need to do is write "Graphic 45+Fiskars=______." Fill in the blank with your own words. Sound fun? You bet it is! So let's get started! This first jaw-dropping creation was made by Nicole Eccles. Nicole is brilliant when it comes to creating unique little worlds in every one of her projects. This one is an altered box and it's filled with so many gorgeous details! Here is what she had to say about this marvelous work of art.

"I wanted the look of a stage in the front, built using layers of round chipboard ie tape rolls, small gift boxes etc. I also found after putting all the layers of paper on, the box didn’t hold shut completely, so I used the idea I saw you all use at CHA on the little trunks.  Bent a metal tag over, attached a hinge and now it looks even fancier too! The Altered boxes are SOO easy to cut, actually cut the first inside flap to have an opening, then made it a little larger to fit your frames perfect!  Loving these little boxes!!!" -Nicole Eccles

Full Front Shot 1

Top Front Closeup 3

Front Closeup 2

Front Metal Tag Closure 5

Fully Open 10

Inside Flap 9

Left inside flap 15

Center Angled 14

Center Clowns 13

Right inside Flap 16

Fiskars Supplies Used


Graphic 45 Papers:
Fashionista: Vintage Cherries, Tres Chic
Hampton Art: Graphic 45 Le Cirque 3, Flourishes and Bloom Clear Stamps
Colorbox Graphic 45 Decades Inks: Triumphant Red, Photogenic
Fiskars: Postage Stamp Border Punch, Fiskars Non Stick 5” Scissors
Clearsnap: Siren Smooch
Imaginarium Designs: Chipboard letters, Paris, and fence
B Line Designs:  Large Elephant Cling Stamp
Lost Coast Designs: Dressed Animal Cling stamps
Ranger: Frayed Burlap Distress Ink, Rock Candy Distress Stickles, Fired Brick Distress Stickles, Platinum Stickles
May Arts: Black Lace Trim
Scrapbook Adhesives: 3D Foam Squares, My Stick repositionable Adhesive
Tombow: Color Glue Stick
Other: Metal Frame, Metal Star, Stamped Metal Lion Head, Flat and Metallic Acrylic Paints, Wood Skewers, Leftover Cardboard Tape Roll, Chipboard round gift box, Chipboard, Misc. Circus stamp found junking,
Artists Colored Pencils, toothpicks, Wooden Bead, Clipart( Cemerony.etsy.com)

Next we have this amazing Christmas Emporium card by Robin Shakoor. You wont believe how cute and clever this card is. At first glance it looks like a flat image, but from the side you can see all the amazing dimensions! This wonderful creation is full of so much holiday cheer! Here is what Robin had to say about her creative process.

"I created this fun Outer Stair Step Card using the Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium collection.  The card base is pre-scored and is made by a company called The Paper Cut.  This card design allows you to add a multitude of beautiful layers to your project. I used Fiskars Postage Stamp border punch to create a delicate scalloped border which was topped with diamond Stickles. To continue with the postage stamp theme, I punched a postage stamp shape to mat my postal stamp image cut from my patterned paper. The beautiful Santa image is my favorite from the collection and serves as my focal point." -Robin Shakoor

Fiskars Card

Fiskars Card Detail


Graphic 45 Papers:
Christmas EmporiumChristmas Emporium, Joyous Noel, Special Delivery, Santa Express
Christmas Emporium Chipboard:  Die-cuts 1
Partner Products 
Fiskars:  Postage Stamp Border and Squeeze Punches
Fiskars:  Paper Trimmer
May Arts: Ribbon and Twine
Scrapbook Adhesives:  My Stik Tape Runner
Other supplies used:
Card Base:  The Paper Cut
Ranger Industries: Diamond Stickles, Black Soot Distress Ink, Glossy Accents, Foam Squares
Beacon:  Zip Dry Adhesive

Next we have these gorgeous Christmas Emporium holiday cards by Tara Orr. These cards are the essence of old fashioned Christmas joy. Tara used lots of beautiful layers and pretty ribbons to make each card unique and beautiful. Fiskars products helped make these cards so fun and festive. I don't know about you, but these cards make us want to curl up with some hot cocoa and craft until Santa arrives! Behold the Christmas wonder!








Graphic 45 Papers
Fiskars Border Punch: Leave it to Weaver
Fiskars Border Punch: Postage Stamp
Fiskars X-Large Easy Squeeze Punch: Postage Stamp
Fiskars Non Stick Scissors No. 5
Fiskars 12 in Personal Paper Trimmer
Scrapbook Adhesives: My Stik Permanent Adhesive Roller, 3D Foam Squares
May Arts: Ribbon
Ranger: Glossy Accents

That's all for today, Crafters. Join us tomorrow for more glorious crafts from Graphic 45 and Fiskars. Don't forget to stop over at the Graphic 45 Facebook page Fiskars Facebook page to see more wonderful ideas. Don't forget to leave comments too! Have a beautiful Tuesday!

Happy Papercrafting!

Team Graphic 45