Saturday, 21 November 2015

Holidays projects WITH PHP: blog hop

Hello my dear crafty friends1 Today I am going to share 3 Holidays projects made with PHP lovely puffy stickers. Each one of those projects is totally different. The first one is actually made by puffy stickers. Two others have those stickers as the embellishments only, but the " must to have" ones.

It's cold outside mini printer's tray



Supply list:
 Stickers: Paper House Productions
Cardstock: American Crafts
Stamps: Inspired by Stamping, WOW! Embossing Powder
Inks: Clearsnap
Embossing powders: Clearsnap
Chipboards: Tando Creative UK
Paint: Plaid

Step by step instructions: 1. Paint the mini printer's tray with light blue acrylic paint and let it dry. Stamp the background Blizzard stamp with white pigmented ink and heat emboss it with clear embossing powder. Ink the embossed background with a mix of blue- light green inks and arrange as a tray background.
2. Stamp the Inspired by Stamping sentiment, cut it and glue into the frame. Adhere all puffy 
and 3D Paper House Productions stickers as shown.







Holidays chalkboard frame


Supply list:
Stickers: Paper House Productions
Die cuts : Paper House Productions
Chipboard: Tando Creative UK
Stamp: Inspired by Stamping
Ink: Tsukineko, Clearsnap
Embossing powder: Clearsnap
Cardstock: American Crafts

Step by step instructions: 1. Paint the rectangle chipboard frame with green paint and let it dry. Cover a piece of  cardstock with a mix of black and light brown pigmented inks and wipe it to get this " light black" color.
2. Stamp the sentiment with VersaMark over the inked "chalkboard" cardstock piece and heat emboss with white embossing powder.
3. Glue two die cut trees on the left frame corner and add the Paper House Productions puffy sticker over them. Make your puffy stickers Santa on the right upper corner.

Dear Santa door hanger



Supply list:
Stickers: Paper House Productions
Stamp: Inspired by Stamping
Ink: Clearsnap, Tsukineko
Embossing powders, glitter: Clearsnap
Chipboards: Tando Creative UK, FabScraps
Paint, crackle medium, gel medium: Earth Safe Finishes
 Letter stickers: American Crafts
Stencil: Sweet Stamps
Other: foam door hanger, ribbon

Step by step instructions: 1. Paint the foam door hanger with Earth Safe Finishes Cherry Jubilee paint (no primer needed).Cover it with a thick layer of crackle medium and let it dry. Paint over the dry crackle with one single layer of cream acrylic paint and see the crackles. Let it dry again and then use the stencil and gel medium over the surface to get the texture. Add some clear glitter over the wet gel medium and now let it dry again.
2. Paint the Santa post box with the same red paint and add puffy embossing powder on the edges.   Ink the "Welcome" chipboard with white ink and heat emboss with clear powder. Adhere the word on the top of the hanger.
3. Stamp all small post stamps images with black and red inks and ink them with light brown ink. Adhere them on the lower right corner as shown. Add Dear Santa letters, stickers and the ribbon on the top.
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16 comments:

Susie Bentz said...

All3projects are so cute!! I think the first one is my favorite!

Tracy F. said...

I love them all!!! Fabulous details!

Bev Code said...

fab card and super cool door hanger.. awesome design and colours

Debbie G said...

What wonderful projects, love the polar bear and penguins!

diana fernandez said...

Awe! I love these projects! So adoreable

monia said...

wonderful projects!!!!

Lidia Morena said...

love them all!!!

Carey Nusbaum said...

Adorable! I love your door hanger!

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

Wow these are incredible!

Brenda Lapp said...

Wonderful projects! I'm so happy I do not have to select a favorite because all are fantastic.

Milena Mutinelli said...

il terzo è favolosooooooooooo

Milena said...

all are very nice but the "Dear Santa door hanger" is incredibly cute!!! ^_^

Laura P said...

the door hanger it's incredible! I love it

Mary Holshouser said...

I hadn't seen these puffy stickers before - such a large selection.
The printers tray is darling.
Love the Santa face made on the side of the second project.
Fun surprise.
thanks for sharing some wonderful decorations. I'll be trying these for my house.

Daniela Silvia Ruggeri said...

Wow!! i love the puffy stickers!!
Daniela

Elvia Mele said...

Progetti adorabili, rendo l'idea delle feste

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