December 9th, 2013 | by Stacy
If you are in all of this bad weather like I am, then you’re going to feel like a snow family, so why not make a Snow Family Card to celebrate (and get through) your cabin fever!? I can’t wait until our ice/snow melts and I can venture outside again without being scared that I’ll fall and break something. I hope you are all safe as we get on with our delightful holiday season!
This card is super fun to make! You have stamps. You have coloring (a personal fav). You have sequins. What more can you ask for, right? I
December 2nd, 2013 | by Stacy
Although the holidays are fast approaching, December is a full birthday month in my life which is why this Darice Puzzle Card is a great way to start of the month. I have been so excited about the holidays and getting my Christmas shopping done, that I am now in panic mode for the birthday gifts, cards, and shipping times. I like to be done early so I can enjoy the holidays without most of the hustle and bustle so, I pumped out a few cards for the everyday, the birthdays, and the regular sentiments that I should be able
November 26th, 2013 | by Cheryl Harwick
December 1 is almost here, so this week it was time for me to finish a Christmas Countdown box. Christmas countdown boxes are a fun way to spread the joy and anticipation of Christmas through the entire month of December. The drawers can be filled with any small gift – candy, money, ornaments, etc.
I started with a pre-made countdown box, so this project was quick and easy. I knew that I wanted to use the Santa’s List decorative brads by Theresa Collins to number the boxes. These brads are so cute, and were just so perfect for my project.
November 25th, 2013 | by Stacy
Teresa Collins‘ Family Stories Collection Pack is the perfect way to start off the documentation of your upcoming holiday memories. Take pictures of thanksgiving, birthdays, visiting Santa, Christmas, New Years, or just because and this will can be your “go-to” paper. It’s family theme helps make scrapbooking pictures of your family so easy and fun!
So, I have this adorable little boy and I struggle with scrapbooking his pictures because I’m always naturally drawn to things that are frilly and girly. I hardly ever lean towards getting boy paper or dies. The reason I love this paper so much is that
August 15th, 2013 | by Cut@Home
I am finally getting to show you Teresa Collins paper collections from Summer 2013 CHA! I was beginning to think that I would never get to show you how beautiful these are, even though some of you may have already seen the videos on our YouTube channel. I really do hope that you have actually.
Janeth and I had a great time in Teresa’s booth visiting with her and her lovely daughter Gentry. I just can’t say enough nice things about Teresa. She is a rare gem and her designs reflect her refinement. When you walk into her booth, it is
July 22nd, 2013 | by Stacy
We have seen the Teresa Collins He Said She Said layout done before, but I wanted the show the “She side” of this collection since it was done from the other last time. Doing this project, I had one goal in mind: to use ONLY the collection pack you receive. Nothing else. No stamps. No dies. No outside embellishments. Just the paper and the sweet little nothings that come with it.
First, I love starting off a project with a goal in mind. I wanted to do this because I know several people without a die cutting machine or a lot
May 3rd, 2013 | by Doug and Heather
Mothers Day is coming up pretty quick so what better gift could you give her than an album full of pictures of her children? Unfortunately I can’t give this one to Heather because she made half of it but take a few minutes and make one for the mother you have in your life. We had these pictures that grandma took as they played cowboy (and cowgirl) at their house. These Albums from Want2Scrap are really fun to put together and they have so many different styles to choose from. Sometimes it is nice to get a break from doing
April 29th, 2013 | by Stacy
It’s time for me to gush out my love! Stationary Noted meets QuicKutz Square Doilies for the cutest layout and most fun you can have in a 2 hour time-frame! It’s nothing new to say that I am totally in LOVE with Teresa Collins. I swear, that woman knows how to speak to my heart through paper, colors, stickers, chipboard, buttons, flowers, you name it! Stationary Noted has such fun colors! They are subtle and bold at the same time and there are countless ways to use them!
Let’s also talk about the QuicKutz Nesting Square Doilies. These are more adorable than
April 25th, 2013 | by Cut@Home
Sometimes I just want to make a, To Tell Your Story card to brighten someones day and I believe that this card will do just that. This Card has alot of bright colors and it just makes you feel happy and ready for summer. It was so fast and easy to make. I picked Teresa Collins paper packet, Tell Your Story and there is some beautiful bright colors on this paper collection that I used for my card. I also used QuicKutz die called, Nesting Flowers for. I love this die and how easy it was to use and the
April 9th, 2013 | by Cut@Home
I have been so excited to do this Teresa Collins Memories layout! In the Memories Collection Pack you receive 9 sheets of doublesided cardstock paper and a 12×12 accessories sheet. Also available in a 6×6 paper pad. I love the colors in this pack. They are so soft and subtle.
I was able to get some additional embellishments that coordinate with this pack, but most of this layout was done using the paper and accessories sheet. The flowers were an embellishment which I got separately, but you could make your own using any flower dies.
The only other products I used were
April 5th, 2013 | by Doug and Heather
When we got the Sizzix Ballroom Slippers I thought right away that these would be perfect for decorating our daughters room. Our two year old is such a diva and has a fascination with shoes (especially high heals). We just sat down yesterday and started to play with the die set and these are what we came up with.
What we did was grabbed some of our double sided 6×6 paper pads, ran the dies through our Cuddlebug, and glued everything together; they are so simple and even give you crease lines to fold on. I really liked how the shoe
March 21st, 2013 | by Cut@Home
With all thesnow that has melted and the Tulips starting to come out of the ground it makes me think its Tea Time! I am ready to have a party with my little ones and we love Tea Partys so I made a adorable card that I wanted to share with you. I used Teresa Collins, Tell Your Story, paper collection and Want2Scrap has the cutest little Tea Pot and Cups card board cut outs that I thought was perfect for this project. I then used Scor Tape and Hero Hues Chalk Ink to highlight my tea pot and tea
February 22nd, 2013 | by Doug and Heather
Wow! that is the word for this “He Said She Said Collection” by Tressa Collins because of all that they include in the set which makes page layouts a breeze. I am really pleased with this spread and most of it is just picking and choosing fun little things that come with the collection to add to it. Yes all the little embellishments came with the collection, we added enamel dots, paper quotes, decorative beads, photo corners, boarder strips, decorative buttons, chipboard embellishments and there were so many more to choose from. The paper patterns are great, we added some
January 17th, 2013 | by Cut@Home
My daughter Stacy , who is also one of our designers, is totally hooked on Teresa Collins paper collections, so sweetie, I am dedicating this Teresa Collins Winter 2013 Booth blog post to you!
We are frantically trying to get all of the new products on our website, so if you don’t see some of the items I am showing you in our blog yet, don’t be discouraged, they will be up soon! Marcie is working long hours getting all of the new product listed! We love you Marcie!
I so enjoy visiting the Teresa Collins’ booth at the show! She is
November 23rd, 2012 | by Doug and Heather
It is official, our house is decorated and these gift decorations made with a couple 2×4′s and some Christmas paper from Teresa Collins and First Edition really brought the spirit of Christmas into our house. I hope that all of you Black Friday shoppers survived this morning, Heather and I stayed home and got all of our decorating all up instead. It is always so much fun to put up new decorations and this year we have quite a few as we do something new each week so that we can blog about it. This one couldn’t be easier, just
November 14th, 2012 | by Cut@Home
It is that time of year for sending out greeting cards, so this Christmas Cottage card is an easy idea using only one 12 x 12 sheet of paper for the whole thing! Oh, and I did use one of the sayings from the accessory sheet.
Teresa Collins Christmas Cottage 12×12 Collection Pack comes in traditional colors of black, red, green and white, this paper is all you need for great Christmas designs. You receive 9 sheets of 12×12 double-sided cardstock paper and two 12×12 sheet of double-sided die-cut accessories. It also comes in the 6×6 size. See this and other
October 23rd, 2012 | by Cut@Home
We are all looking for the latest innovations for our scrapbooking/card making addiction, so I want to show you the latest releases for Teresa Collins and My Mind’s Eye paper! I love them both because they are great for layouts and cards a like.
First of all, let’s show you this gorgeous Teresa Collins Now & Then 12×12 Collection Pack designer paper pad. In this line you will see the classic Teresa Collins’ touch, with pristine, sophisticated designs that are perfect for every crafter’s needs. In colors of red, taupe, green and blue, this paper is all you need for great
August 31st, 2012 | by Doug and Heather
Heather created this page to celebrate my grandfathers 90th birthday using Teresa Collins Vintage Finds Designer Packs. I know what you are saying, “WOW! 90 years” but actually like I said, we are a little behind on scrapbooking our photos and we will be celebrating 95 come this April. When we got this vintage paper pack Heather thought of this page right off the bat. Sometimes it is easy to make a page more important than the pictures especially when the are lacking vibrant colors or in this case color all together. This was a great choice with the blacks
August 27th, 2012 | by Stacy
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: Teresa Collins steals my heart every time and the Tell Your Story Collection Pack is no exception. It is adorable, beautiful, sweet, comfortable, playful, and fun! If you’re thinking, “Hmm….that’s a little what love sounds like,” then your absolutely right! It’s wonderful and fun to be in love and that’s exactly what using this paper felt like: wonderful and fun! Normally I spend countless minutes (even hours) matching paper, looking at ideas, trying to form a layout from an endless stupor of a scrapbookers “writer’s block”. This was not so. I gathered
August 9th, 2012 | by Cut@Home
It is always sad to see something we love disappear, but it is important in this industry to keep things fresh and Graphic 45 knows this all to well, so they are “cleaning house” to make room for exciting new products and have given us the list of Graphic 45 Collections being retired! Get them quick WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. If you wait, you may miss out! Paper Pads, stamps, die cuts and stickers, it will all disappear!
On The Boardwalk
Once Upon A Springtime
Steampunk Debutante (we are sold out)
The Magic Of Oz
If you are not worried about stocking