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July 08, 2014

A Tutorial-Worthy Tuesday!


Welcome to the blog this Tuesday! We are in the mood to create, so what better way than filling the blog with fabulous tutorials this fine day. We have two incredible projects with 2 fun tutorials from Tati Scrap and Katie Zoey Ho. Tati uses the new An Eerie Tale collection, and Katie shows off how to make an infinity card with Sweet Sentiments! Will you create today? We hope this will jumpstart the creative energy.

Before we jump into the tutorials, we want to share some of the great work that's been happening on Facebook. We love when you post your projects made with Graphic 45 on our Facebook page, and since we just celebrated the 4th of July, we thought this tag by Misty Busby would be a fabulous highlight today. She so wonderfully uses the reds, whites, and blues in our By the Sea collection. Thanks for sharing with us Misty, and we hope you will share too, G45ers!


Share on our Facebook Page

Tati Scrap always creates the most wonderful creations with intricate and inspiring fussy cutting and beautiful touches of glitter. We are so excited to see a new project with An Eerie Tale as well! How magical is this card?


Check out How to Make a Magical Card by Tati Scrap on Snapguide.  

Tati's An Eerie Tale Magic Card Snapguide Tutorial






Kraft cardstock
12x12” An Eerie Talle Graphic 45 papers collection:
" Unsolved Mystery"
You Bewitch Me
Fanciful Fable"
Wicked Whimsey
Stickles : Platinum

Katie really shows off her cardmaking skills with this gorgeous card! And she shares her talents with us with a great tutorial. Wouldn't this be a wonderful card to send a loved one?

"Especially handmade these infinity cards (aka never-ending cards) for one of my girlfriends and cousin who are going to get married this August. These cards look pretty simple, but the magic behind is when you unfold and unfold them to reveal what’s inside. Fun and sweet loving cards that amuse the recipients who receive them…"~Katie

An Infinity Card_1


Check out How to Create an Infinity Card by Katie Z. on Snapguide.  

Katie's Infinity Card Snapguide Tutorial

An Infinity Card_1

An Infinity Card_1


An Infinity Card Supplies

Plain Cardstock (any color of choice/matching color)

Sweet Sentiments (Sweet Sentiments, Perfect Petals, All My Love, Heart Song & Violet Bouquet)

Sweet Sentiments 8” X 8” Paper Pad

Sweet Sentiments Chipboard

Sweet Sentiments Stickers

Sweet Sentiments Cling Stamp 2

Hearts Wood Flourishes (own stash)

Letterings (own stash)


Many thanks to our talented designers Tati and Katie for sharing these beauties! It puts us in the papercrafting spirit - let's all spend some time at the craft table today, what do you say? Does that sound like fun? And don't forget to share on our Facebook page!


Joyously Creating,


Graphic 45


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Soo many gorgeous cards here today. I have tryed most of them, and they´re just too fun, so if anybody still haven´t then you should definitely give them a try, cause they´re worth it and sooo fun.

That card is amazing!! wow.

Tati your imagination have no limits!!!!!!

super tutorials . TFS

Love the projects and tutorials. I just finished two of Ginger's folio's. So much fun to make.

Wow- Great cards.

Wow these are great projects today. Love all the colors.

Great cards, very creative!

The cards are wonderful!

wow that's all I can say

Wow all these projects and tutorials are wonderful and graphic 45 has such beautiful papers and collections as well as stamps

Wow! Those are amazing projects. The card is mind-boggling and the tag is awesome.

As always Tati made and amazing work! i love all her projects! She takes Graphic 45 papers to a new level!!

Fabulous cards!

Beautiful cards! Thanks for the tutorials too!

These tutes are so cool and magical. I love to fussy cut and make interesting interactive projects so these cards are something I'll definitely try.

WOW! I can't wait to try this..the cards are gorgeous!!

What amazing cards!

Beautiful cards. Will definitely try making the infinity card. If it's interactive and intricate, I'm all in!

Fabulous blog this morning! Thank you so much for the inspiration! The cards are magical!

I so enjoy the visit to G45 every day! The DT always has inspirational and happy projects!

Beautiful projects! Thanks for the inspiration!

Beautiful cards. So intricate in detail. Very lovely. Thanks for the tutorials. Michelle t

WOW! The infinity card certainly looks like a fun one to make! I think I am going to have to give it a spin! LOVE tutorials!! TFS!

Beautiful projects.

Very fun projects today - thanks for inspiration and instructions!

So beautiful and so creative. Love it all!

I have so many cards to make as lots of birthdays & anniversies coming. The infinity card is so clever, great share from one of the G45ers too. C :))

Thank you!! These are all great!!

Me encanta Tati!
Todo lo que creas es mágico!

amazing work! Thanks for sharing. Love all things Graphic 45

Ooh, I have been impatiently awaiting An Eerie Tale projects. Trust Tati Scrap to deliver something absolutely magical :-)

Katie Zoey Ho's infinity card looks guaranteed to bring joyous, thrilled laughter!

Love this card tati!!!! It is a fantastic and magical idea!!!

The infinity cards are amazing! Still hoping for the By The Sea prize!

Adore Tati´s work!!! she makes me happy!!!!!!

Such wonderful projects today, thanks for sharing such creative inspiration!!!

Magical cards, infinity cards...what will imaginative people think of next!! Only time will tell...so, here's hoping that I can win MOnday's prize pack so I can create to my heart's desire, too!

Such creativity, I couldn't have begun to think of either one. They are terrific.

OH MY! Beautiful interactive cards! These are just gorgeous! I've got to be making some of these!

So great tutorial!!!

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