It’s Friday, yay! We hope you’ve enjoyed Planner Punch Board week, and that you’ve found some helpful inspiration. Today we’re closing off the week with some Planner Punch Board videos to share with you. Check them out below, and enjoy!
Have a great weekend friends, and happy crafting!
Hello We R fans, and welcome to Wedding Week! With the beautiful warm weather here we know some of you are planning weddings this summer, or will be attending them. This week is all about wedding ideas, from gift wrap, to decor, to favor ideas and more. Get ready to pin some fun ideas to your wedding Pinterest board!
Hi! It’s Aly here today to share a decorative gift bag idea with you. These sweet little bags would work perfectly for smaller gifts, gift cards with treats, or favor bags for wedding guests. I used my Gift Bag Punch Board to make these, and then took them to the next level by punching the edges with my 2 Edge Punch.
Once I completed my gift bags, I added a ribbon closure, and some beautiful layered tags and ephemera pieces from the Wildflower collection. I love how the gold foil accents add some elegance to them.
I finished off the bags with some pretty Gold Sequin Stickers. If you’d like to learn how to make these bags, check out the video tutorial below.
Gift Bag Punch Board
2 Edge Punches
Gold Sequin Stickers
Now that we’ve introduced you to the Goodie Bag Guide and Oh Goodie Collection, we thought we’d share a brief overview video demonstrating how this easy-to-use tool works, as well as some project inspiration from our amazing in-house design team.
This tool is truly a must-have for any crafter who enjoys DIY gifting and parties. It’s inexpensive and low-tech, so your wallet’s happy plus there’s no learning curve! Take a look at the tool in action.
With all the fun papers and embellishments in the Oh Goodie collection, the possibilities are endless! Embellish your custom size goodie bags however you’d like with stickers, vintage clothespins, shaped paper clips, and tags. Check out these samples from our in-house team.
Aren’t those adorable? How fun for the goodie recipient or party guest, right?
Be sure to come back this week as our design team will share projects showing some unique ways to use the Goodie Bag Guide and Oh Goodie collection, plus you’ll see how you can incorporate other We R Memory Keepers tools with these products. See you then!
Happy Monday crafty friends, and welcome to Clearly Posh Week! Each day this week we’re going to share some project inspiration with you that features our glamorous Clearly Posh collection. Our designers have come up with some fabulous projects that we know you’ll love, so sit back and enjoy!
Hello, blog hostess Aly Dosdall here to share an easy but stunning window gift box project and video tutorial with you today.
This DIY gift box is a unique way to package just about any gift or goody for any occasion. You can use whatever color or style of paper you’d like depending on the event. All you need for this project is a sheet of plain 12×12 cardstock, an acetate sheet and ephemera from the Clearly Posh collection, a thin metal die (basic shapes are best), paper for the bow, and the 123 Punch Board. Watch the video below to learn how to make one for yourself!
Clearly Posh Foiled Acetate Pad
Clearly Posh Ephemera
123 Punch Board
American Crafts 12×12 Cardstock
Since it’s the last day of Template Studio Week, we thought you might enjoy a couple of gift packaging project videos. The first one is a fun birthday gift bag created with the Template Studio Starter Kit and Designer Poster Board. The outside is embellished with pennant banners made with the Banner Punch Board.
The second project is an elegant wedding gift box made with the Template Studio Starter Kit, Pinwheel Punch Board, and some beautiful glitter poster board. It’s easy to make, but is a really elegant way to wrap a wedding gift. Take a peek at the video below!
Hi there, We R fans! How are you liking Heat Tool Week so far? It’s Aly here with you again today to share a Heat Wave scrapbook layout and a video tutorial. With the Heat Wave Pen you can add shimmer and shine to your projects by handwriting foil accents. You can freehand your foil accents, or you can use the Heat Wave Stencils we sell separately. Check out the layout I created below with the new Wildflower collection.
I used the Heat Wave Pen to create a title tag for my scrapbook page. Since the Wildflower collection includes lots of blues, I decided to use the blue foil. I love how it turned out!
I shot a project video showing how to create this title tag recently. You can check it out below.
Thanks for letting me stop by today and share this fun Heat Wave project with you. Stay tuned for more Heat Tool inspiration this week. Enjoy!
Heat Wave Pen
Heat Wave Pen Stencils
Heat Wave Pen Foil–Blue
Nesting Tag Dies
Gold Sequin Stickers
American Crafts Ribbon
Hello We R fans! I’m Aly Dosdall, your blog hostess here today. Are you enjoying our 30 Days Of Evolution so far? I hope so, and I hope you’re finding some helpful project inspiration.
I’ve got a fun die cut window card to share with you that I created with my Evolution Advanced, the Gem Dies, and some new embossing folders that you’ll hear more about next week called Gemstone Next Level Embossing Folders.
What’s so cool about this project is that the gem die cut sits in a window that let’s you see the inside of the card.
Of course, there’s no magic involved, but I do show you a fun trick for creating this project with the Evolution Advanced in the video tutorial below. Enjoy!
Gemstone Next Level Embossing Folders
Hello Darling Collection
Gold Sequin Stickers
There are so many amazing features to the Evolution Advanced that we thought we’d take some time today to share them with you. Blog hostess Aly Dosdall recently shot a YouTube video in our studio to demonstrate just how versatile and easy to use this tool really is. Take a look at the video below to see it in action!
Hello We R friends! Aly Dosdall here with you today to share a fun and super useful summer project you can make with the kids. One of my favorite things about the warm summer months is family backyard barbecues. And, of course, my girls and I love to use my craft supplies to decorate for outdoor entertaining, so today I wanted to share this fun and functional Party Pocket Banner with you using the new Denim Blues collection and the Banner Punch Board.
Not only is this a fun piece of party decor, but each flag of the banner is a functional pocket where you can place utensils, napkins, straws or other essential party items for your guests to grab as they visit the food table. If you’d like to learn how to make one of these fun pocket banners, watch the video tutorial below. Enjoy!
Pocket banners are great for holding utensils at parties, or you could also fill it with small toys, favors or candy for your guests. Over the holidays they’d make awesome countdowns. There are tons of possibilities!
Banner Punch Board
Denim Blues Solid Paper
Denim Blues Multicolor Dot Paper
Denim Blues Pink Stripe Paper
Denim Blues Yellow Dot Paper
Denim Blues Mint Stripe
It’s your blog hostess Aly Dosdall here joining you for Fuse Week! Recently I had the chance to play around with my Fuse tool (seriously addicting) and I shot some video tutorials sharing some projects. The first project is a quick and easy one, but oh-so-fun. I kinda want to make a million of these for every celebration now. Check out these Celebration Pocket Cupcake Picks I made with The Fuse and some 2×2 Waterfall Sleeves! The next project I made with my Fuse is a custom pocket page Beach Layout. My kids love to collect shells and pebbles at the beach and I wanted to include them on my layout so…Photo Sleeve Fuse to the rescue! Are you as excited as I am about this awesome tool? What would you make with the Photo Sleeve Fuse? Supplies: Photo Sleeve Fuse 2×2 Waterfall Sleeves 12×12 Page Protector Hello Darling Collection Cakes and Candles Collection