Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Paper House Die cut stickers packs week

Today I am going to share two projects made with PHP stickers packs.
I love those packs a lot as each piece is doubled and you can use them to make some very similar projects and still to use the one single set of stickers.
The first project was made as a Holidays one and I used a lot of stickers from the Winter pack.

Altered puzzle banner

Supply list:
Paper house products
Christmas paper pad
Christmas costumes puffy stickers
Die cut stickers pack Winter Wonderland
Stamp: Inspired by Stamping
Ink: Clearsnap, Tsukineko
Embossing powders: Clearsnap
 Other: ribbon. Old puzzle pieces, pearls, ribbons

Step by step instructions: 1.Cover fife kid's old puzzle pieces with Paper House Productions patterned paper. Ink the edges with clear embossing ink and heat emboss with gold powder.
2. Stamp small Holidays images with Inspired by Stamping stamps and heat emboss them in gold.
3. Glue all PHP stickers and paper cuts as shown. Make holes and tie the ribbons to connect the banner pieces. Add some glaze over the paper die cuts. Add the golden pearled swirl over 
one of the pieces and randomly add some more pearls around.

Wizard of Oz memory game

The second project for today is a Memory game I made using the whole pack of Die cut Wizard of Oz stickers.

Product list:
Paper House Productions
Wizard of Oz paper pad
Wizard of Oz Die-cut stickers pack
Clear package- recycled
This is a very easy to make project and the best part is that we have two of each and every die cut sticker in the whole pack. So it's just a perfect way to make a memory game with and for your kids. I used Wizard of Oz pack, but any pack can be used to make another new and exciting memory game.
First I glued the stickers over the 2 same pieces of Wizard of Oz paper from the paper pad and added the same stickers for each pair of play cards. I also distressed the edges to make the game look a bit vintage.
Then I used a recycled clear package, added a piece of patterned paper inside to make the covered front and closed around with a piece of washi tape. Then I tied a similar dotted ribbon on the top of the package and my game was done!
Try to make another one with another die- cut stickers and then another and another. Pure fun!

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