Cut Apart Images

Printable cut apart images for paper crafting.

Freebie Friday

cut apart images

This week’s freebie is a set cut apart images styled in a William Morris-like theme. The flora and fauna images can be used to decorate so many different paper crafts.

Grab the free PDF file here [Cut Apart PDF]

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My go to printer brand for years has been HP. I also use their ink supply service where I pay a monthly fee and they send me ink cartridges as needed. It comes out to be a lot less money this way. The HP Envy Inspire is a great-priced machine that will produce beautiful prints.

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And if you are looking for a great crafting weight paper for printables, I have been using HP Project Paper. It is heavier than copier paper but not quite as heavy as cardstock. It is a great medium weight for layering, folding, and more!

Paper and Stickers

Tag it Tuesday

sticker tag

I was inspired to make this paper and sticker tag from something I saw online. I liked the idea of the stickers poking out from underneath the torn paper. Using brown packing paper that was wrinkled to create the areas that lifted up, I then cut down floral stickers and added them to the tag.

materials

A cardstock tag, brown packing paper, stickers, ribbon, and a die-cut word came together for this week’s Tag it Tuesday project.

close-up image

In the close-up image, you can see how the brown paper lifts and the flowers are tucked underneath it.

Video Tutorial:

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Gwen Studios at Walmart
Gwen Studios at Walmart
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HP Paper
HP Paper
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Non-Stick Scissors
Non-Stick Scissors
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Reptile Glue
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Scrapbook Scissors
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Temu Glue Bottles
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DIY Nail File Folio

with Gwen Studios

nail file folio

Using nail files from the Dollar Tree to measure the necessary length of Gwen Studio ribbon, I sewed them together to make a nail file folio. This is a great way to protect items in your handbag from rough nail files. These folios also make great gifts.

logos

This project was created for Gwen Studios. You can find all the design team projects listed on the Designer Crafts Connection website. Gwen Studios products can be found at Walmart and Michaels.

sewing

Sewing the ribbons together side by side, do not overlap. To do so you will need a stitch that covers enough area to hold the ribbons together. Use a bit of washi tape to place the ribbons together at the top and then begin stitching just below the tape.

scissors, folio, file

After joining the two ribbons together, fold them in half and sew a straight stitch along each side to form a pocket.

lighter

Cut the folded ribbon along the top edge just shy of the length of the nail file. Then use a lighter to finish off the ends of the ribbon folio.

Video Tutorial:

How to Make Earrings with Buttons

with Buttons Galore and More

button earrings

Buttons Galore and More sent me Smiley Buttons to make jewelry. The first piece I made was a bracelet. I had set aside these green buttons for a pair of earrings requested by my daughter. I added striped beads that matched the buttons to add to the length of the earrings. Silver spacer beads I used in the bracelet were also used as spacers for the earrings.

See the video below to learn how I punched out small circular faux leather for the back of the earrings.

Video Tutorial:

bracelet and earrings

The bracelet and earrings work well as a set or as individual pieces. Let me know which you like better in the comments below.

Freebie Friday – Valentine Inchies

heart inchies

Ready for Valentine’s Day crafting? Grab this free printable PDF sheet of Valentine-themed inchies. Use a 1″ paper punch to cut them out and begin your crafting. They are great for card making, scrapbooking, junk journals, journaling, glue books, and more.

Grab the free PDF file here: [Valentine inchies]

My favorite printer brand for many years has been HP. I also use their ink supply service where I pay a monthly fee and they send me ink cartridges as needed. It comes out to be a lot less money this way. The HP Envy Inspire is a great-priced machine that will produce beautiful prints.

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And if you are looking for a great crafting weight paper for printables, I have been using HP Project Paper. It is heavier than copier paper but not quite as heavy as cardstock. It is a great medium weight for layering, folding, and more!

Hidden Paper Clips – Wild Animals

paper clips

Yes, these cute images are hidden paper clips. I belong to a paper clip group on Facebook where we are challenged with a theme each month. For December the theme is wild animals. I thought the penguin was so cute I had to use it, and my daughter loves panda bears so that was chosen also. By the way, she loves the clip and will use it as a bookmark.

If you are interested the penguin image comes from Vecteezy.

Video Tutorial:

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Brother Scan n Cut
Brother Scan n Cut
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Glassboard discount code JANET20
Glassboard discount code JANET20
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HP Envy Inspire
HP Envy Inspire
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HP Paper
HP Paper
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Paper Clips
Paper Clips
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Reptile Glue
Reptile Glue
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Temu Glue Bottles
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And here are the paper clips in use – so cute and functional!

Ultra Mini Ribbon Tag – Tag it Tuesday

mini tag finished

This cute little tag was made with a tag from the Dollar Tree and Gwen Studios Ribbons. After finishing it, I think it might be a nice altered paperclip so I will probably share that tutorial in the future. But back to this week’s tag.

Materials:

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Dollar Tree
Dollar Tree
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Non-Stick Scissors
Non-Stick Scissors
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Reptile Glue
Reptile Glue
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ribbons
ribbons
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Scrapbook Scissors
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Tape Runner
Tape Runner
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Temu Glue Bottles
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Ephemera Paperclips

paper clips

I think I am addicted to making ephemera paper clips. It is so much fun using up scraps and pieces and combining them into a pleasant image. They are miniature works of art.

materials

There are no rules to making ephemera paper clips and if you do a Google search you will find a variety of examples. The only things you must use are a paper clip and some kind of adhesive. After that, you can collect whatever is around you. I tend to collect pieces that relate to each other by color.

Video Tutorial:

The first two I made were based on a journal I made in a past tutorial. I used leftover pieces of painted paper that were used for the cover of the book and coordinated additional pieces.

As I said, these were so fun to make. It has inspired me to do a series of miniature art pieces.

Tag it Tuesday – Inked and Embossed

tags

This week’s tag is working with a background we made last week for Tag it Tuesday. I wasn’t happy with the blotchy inked surface so this week we are altering it into a beautifully useful tag.

materials

The materials I am using are the inked paper from last week. (See how blotchy it looks.) A black ink pad from Simon Says Stamp and a floral embossing folder. This is a great technique to use those papers and creations you don’t think you can create with.

Video Tutorial:

If you are interested in how the inked surface was made last week, here is the link to that tutorial post. [Mini Tags]

close up

In this close-up image, you can see how the black in is added around the edges and possibly you can see the embossing on the paper surface. I really like how this technique transformed the inked surface into something I like much better.

Femina Paper Craft

femina pocket and cards

The papercraft pocket and cards with a female theme are a delightful and creative way to express femininity and celebrate women. The pocket has a rather dark theme. It provides a convenient and stylish storage solution for the accompanying cards. The cards themselves feature beautiful illustrations and intricate details that capture the essence of otherworldly femininity, showcasing themes such as empowerment, beauty, and strength. Whether it’s for card making, glue books, scrapbooking, junk journals, or simply to show appreciation, this paper-crafted pocket and cards set is a perfect choice to convey heartfelt messages and make a lasting impression.

printable sample

The zipped download file contains the page above with the pocket and cards as well as a ledger page to add to the back of the cards for journaling.

Purchase the file here: [femina set]

Video Tutorial:

The image above shows the back of the pocket and cards that are covered with the ledger paper for journaling.

Materials used:

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Cricut Portable Trimmer
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DMC Mini Scoreboard
DMC Mini Scoreboard
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Finger Daubers
Finger Daubers
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Glassboard discount code JANET20
Glassboard discount code JANET20
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Reptile Glue
Reptile Glue
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Scrapbook Scissors
Scrapbook Scissors
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Temu Glue Bottles
Temu Glue Bottles
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VersaFine Clair
VersaFine Clair
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