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Papercrafting Product Releases: NEW Go-Organize.com Storage Items Giveaway!

by Stephanie Hackney

Papercrafting Product Releases: NEW Go-Organize.com Storage Items Giveaway!
Papercrafting organization can be easy and fun, especially when great products are available!

We just love the new product releases season, don’t you?

Up for checking out BRAND NEW products for organizing and storing your papercrafting supplies?

We’ve got eight NEW products to share with you and we think you’re really gonna like what you see!

Leave us comments on your favorites
and you might just find yourself the proud new owner of one!

 

Papercrafting Organization: Get Organized with High-Quiality JetMax Furnishings from Go-Organize.com! (image)

Papercrafting Organization: Get Organized with High-Quality JetMax Furnishings from Go-Organize.com!

As most of you know, Go-Organize.com is one of our wonderful sponsors, and the manufacturer of high-quality organizing furnishings for your craft space, and every room in your home.

Whether you need to set up a new craft space from scratch, find a craft supply storage solution that’ll fit into other areas of your home, or simply find a new solution for an existing craft space or art studio, it’s likely they have the solution!

And the best part?

Their solutions are made to work together and are readily available (if and when your needs change, or your collection grows and you need to expand with more units!).

Oh, and did we mention that shipping is FREE?!**

Shipping is FREE!


And now, let’s take a look at their latest releases…

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com Six-Pack of Plastic Containers, #0239 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com Six-Pack of Plastic Containers, #0239

Organizing Solution #1: 6-Pack of Plastic Containers
These containers, which measure 2.35 in diameter x 2.75 in height and come in packs of six, are perfect for storing small embellishments (think brads, buttons, metal and wooden letters, etc.), jewelry-making beads and findings (such as Tim Holtz’s many little crafting treasures, or standard jump rings, spacers, crimping beads, closures, etc.) and sewing notions (pins, needles, buttons, hook-and-eye closures, etc.).

The lids snap on tight to keep your tiny treasures safe and secure, and the clear nature of these containers makes it easy to quickly spot the supply you’re looking for.

Storing your small supplies by color?

Fill each of these with a variety of supplies in just one color (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, white, brown, grey and black) and place them on the Wall Shelves shared below and you’ll be adding a fresh pop of color to your creative space.

And who doesn’t love a colorful pop of crafting happiness?!

Crafting on the go?

These little fellas, filled with your favorite crafting goodies, would love to come along!

Check them out further by clicking here: 6-Pack of Plastic Containers

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com 2-Pack Wall Shelves, #02422 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com 2-Pack Wall Shelves, #02422

Organizing Solution #2: 2-Pack of Wall Shelves
Many of us have empty wall space in our craft rooms and t
hese shelves are perfect for placement in these unused spaces.

Not only are they narrow (they measure 23.625 in W x 3.25 in D x 1.25 in H and don’t protrude out far from the wall so they’ll work even in small spaces), they hold a lot!

And, the lip on the front keeps your supplies from falling off the shelves.

Line up the Plastic Containers shared above on these shelves and keep your most-used supplies visible and at-hand, or use these shelves to display your wood-mounted stamp collection or latest projects.

Use a lot of liquid adhesives?

These are perfect for keeping them right above your work surface where they’re reachable when you’re in the throes of a project.

And, if you want to add a few pops of color to your space, simply paint or alter them – check out our recent altered furnishings post to see how easy it would be to paint these most any color you desire!

For more information on these shelves, click here: 2-Pack of Wall Shelves

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com NEW Markers | Paints | Ink Pads Organizer, #02679 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com Markers | Paints | Ink Pads Organizer, #02679

Organizing Solution #3: Markers | Paints | Ink Pads Organizer
How many of you own quite a collection of art markers, pens, pencils, paints and ink pads?

Me, me, me!

Our hobby tends to coax us into purchasing quite a few of these items and storage of these items can be a bit tricky, especially if you want to keep them readily available and safely stored.

The solution?

Go vertical!

The Markers | Paints | Ink Pads Organizer, which measures only 14.25 in W x 7.25 in D x 17.25 in H, has a small “footprint” and can easily stand at the rear of most crafting work areas.

Fill it with your favorite markers, pens, pencils, brushes, paints and/or ink pads and they’ll be close at hand, meaning less time searching for supplies and more time creating!

And, it can be placed on it’s side or back as well to create storage for other types of supplies (think embossing folders, dies in sleeves, etc.).

Need to take along your favorite drawing, doodling, painting or inking supplies when you go to crops or other crafting events?

This unit will easily slide into a crafting tote (or one of the reusable shopping bags most of us own), making it easy to bring along our supplies and set them up in front of our work area.

To learn more about this unit, click here: Markers | Paints | Ink Pads Organizer

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com MultiPurpose Craft Storage Organizer, #02687 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com MultiPurpose Craft Storage Organizer, #02687

Organizing Solution #4: MultiPurpose Craft Storage Organizer
While this organizer is shown storing paints and markers, much like the unit shared just above, there are many other supplies which would be ideal in this type of unit.

This unit, which measures 14.25 in W x 7.25 in D x 17.25 in H and has a removable drawer, could be used to store adhesives, Stickles bottles, mediums for mixed-media projects and a wide variety of other crafting supplies…and tools!

To see this unit in action, click here: MultiPurpose Craft Storage Organizer

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com - 2 Shelves & Ribbon Drawer, #02676 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com2 Shelves & Ribbon Drawer, #02676

Organizing Solution #5: Two Shelves & Ribbon Drawer Organizer
Who’s got ribbon?

I doubt there are too many hands that weren’t raised!

Most papercrafters love and use ribbon in at least some of their projects and this unit is ideal for keeping the most-used types and colors readily available.

My first thought when I saw this organizer was to use it as a gift-wrapping station, with ribbons in the bottom drawers, small gift bags and tape on the bottom shelf, containers of gift tags and small cards on the upper shelf, and a jar of scissors sitting on top.

I send out a lot of small gift packages (right Magazine Mondays participants?!) and this would make the process even quicker and easier!

Of course, this organizer is also ideally suited to the Plastic Containers, and to rolls and spools of thread and floss, as shown.

This unit measures 14.25 in W x 14.5 in D x 14.25 in H and, like most of the other craft storage units from Go-Organize.com which can easily be stacked on top of each other, makes assembling a nice craft work area a piece of cake!

How would you use this unit?

We’d love to hear your thoughts!

To check out this product in more detail, click here: Two Shelves & Ribbon Drawer Organizer

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com - Craft Papers & Magazines Organizer, #02677 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com – Craft Papers & Magazines Organizer, #02677

Organizing Solution #6: Craft Papers & Magazines Organizer
Want to keep your favorite cardstock or patterned papers close at hand (and visible so you remember you have them!)?

This vertically-oriented unit is ideal!

Not only does each slot hold quite a few sheets of either type of paper, the stepped design makes it easy to quickly peruse your collection for just the right shade or pattern.

Add dividers and you can easily organize your papers by manufacturer, color, theme, type and/or even size.

Is your 12×12 stencil collection outgrowing its current storage system?

Slide your stencils into page protectors, loop a binder ring through the top hole on each protector, and drop the bound collection in one or more of these slots.

Retrieving your stencils is as easy as grabbing the binder ring and flipping through pages to find the stencil you want to use. Easy!

Keep in mind that this unit can also be placed on its back and multiple units can be stacked on top of each other – a quick, vertically-oriented storage solution for a growing paper collection!

And with measurements of 14.25 in W x 7 in D x 14.50 in H, whether this unit is stood on its bottom (like in the example above) or placed on is back and stacked with more of these, or other, units, it holds a lot and takes up very little space – the footprint is relatively small.

Gotta love that!

Got a collection of favorite crafting magazines or pattern books you want to keep handy?

Slide them in these slots, organized by publisher, topic or date and they’ll always be at the ready when you need to refer to them.

To see this unit laid flat, or multiple units stacked, click here: Craft Papers & Magazines Organizer

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com - Wire Stand, #02711 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com – Wire Stand, #02711

Organizing Solution #7: Wire Stand
Want to show off your growing collection of ATC cards or tags, or keep your watercolored images for cardmaking front and center?

This Wire Stand could be a perfect solution!

Its footprint is small (overall measurements are 12 in Dia. x 18.25 in H) and adding and removing your creations is easy thanks to the Hanging Clips (shown below).

And, there’s a small storage spot in the bottom of this unit for additional craft supply storage, or to hold extra Hanging Clips.

Want to make sure you use up specific embellishments or utilize your small stamp sets more often?

Hang them from this organizer and keep them where you’ll see them, daily!

Into Project Life® or pocket scrapbooking?

Hang your most-often needed items from the Wire Stand and you’ll have everything you need in one location!

And finally, add color to your space by hanging baggies of ribbon or floss, organized by color, from the Hanging Clips hunk on the Wire Stand and wow, a carousel of colorful inspiration!

For more views of this organizing unit, including a look at using the Wire Stand with the beloved Revolving Organizer, click here: Wire Organizer

 

Papercrafting Product Releases - NEW Go-Organize.com - 24 Pack Hanging Clips, #02710 (image)

Papercrafting Product Releases – NEW Go-Organize.com – 24 Pack Hanging Clips, #02710

Organizing Solution #8: 24-Pack of Hanging Clips
And last, but not least, we’re sharing the Hanging Clips, designed to be used with the Wire Stand above, but useful in other ways as well!

Love creating party decor such as banners and signage?

Use these clips to hang them along a pretty piece of ribbon or twine.

Always stumped (like I am!) about what to do with all the Christmas cards you receive?

Hang a long piece of jute across your entryway or near your tree and hang your cards where everyone can enjoy them.

Overwhelmed by your kids’ or grandkids’ artwork?

Run a string or wire across a wall and use these clips to display their creations.

Enjoy creating fancy papercrafted wreaths?

Hang a few of these Wire Clips in the wreath to display photos, quotes or additional works of art.

And one more idea:
Use these to hang projects while they dry – I am in need of a solution like this for drying my mixed-media and art journaling projects!

You too?

To see these clips and grab a pack (or two or more!) for yourself, click here: Hanging Clips

Whew, that was a lot of organizing goodness, wasn’t it?!

I am loving these new products
and already have my eye on a couple that I NEED right away!

How about you –
what are your favorites from this new collection
and how would you use them in your space?

Share your comments and
YOU might just be the lucky winner
of one of these!

To enter the giveaway:

– LIKE Go-Organize.com on Facebook*

– Share this post with a friend, crafting buddy or family member
(or your whole network!) and copy your share link

– Leave a comment, including your share link and
your thoughts on what you like best from this new collection
and how you’d use it

*If you’re already a Facebook fan,
please follow Go-Organize.com
on one of their other social media channels:

Go-Organize.com on Twitter;
Go-Organize.com on Pinterest;
Go-Organize.com on YouTube

Deadline for giveaway entry:
Midnight (central, GMT-5) Sunday, July 5, 2015.

Giveaway open to U.S. residents only**

Not familiar with Go-Organize.com’s
organizing furnishings collection?

Be sure to check out all of their great products –
visit the Go-Organize.com website.

They offer several tools for you to use in planning your idea space,
and they’re FREE!

Use their Design Tool to add, stack and move units around
so you can see how they’ll look before you purchase them;
and utilize their Ask Your Organizer service
to get FREE organizing advice
from their team of professional organizers!

Both tools can be found
on the bottom right-hand corner of the
Go-Organize.com website home page.

And, to see all of these products in one place,
in addition to fun NEW room set-up ideas
for papercrafting and other crafty endeavors
,
be sure to check out the Go-Organize.com Product Showcase Gallery
which we host for Go-Organize.com right here at PCC!


Well papercrafters, that’s it for today’s new product releases share.

Don’t forget to ENTER TO WIN and Good Luck!

Happy Organizing,
Steph & The PCC Team

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Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106!

by Stephanie Hackney

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106!
Papercrafting inspiration for patriotic projects – we’re saluting the red, white & blue!

It’s time for our
106th

Magazine Mondays

papercrafting challenge!

This Week’s Papercrafting Challenge

No matter what kind of papercrafting you’re into – scrapbooking, cardmaking, mixed media, art journaling or decor creation, or paper-folding, paper-cutting or paper sculpture – it’s easy to participate and we’d love to have you join us!

And, we’d love to inspire you to try something new – a new type of papercrafting, new tools, new supplies, new ideas, etc.!

Stretch your creative muscle a bit, won’t you?

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Magazine Mondays, Week 106!

Remember, you can’t WIN if you don’t play!

Come on, Join In!

WHAT have you got to lose?

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New to Magazine Mondays?

Check out
all of our previous MM papercrafting challenges,
and/or scroll down to the section
“What is Magazine Mondays All About?
for more information,
then scroll back up and check out this week’s challenge.

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Week 106’s Papercrafting Inspiration:

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 106 Inspiration Piece #1 (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106 Inspiration Piece #1

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 106 Inspiration Piece #2 (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106 Inspiration Piece #2

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 106 Inspiration Piece #3 (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106 Inspiration Piece #3

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 106 Inspiration Piece #4 (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106 Inspiration Piece #4

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 106 Inspiration Piece #5 (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 106 Inspiration Piece #5

What do you think of our newest
magazine inspiration pieces?

We’ve given you lots of inspiration to choose from this week!

I chose these magazine covers because they represent
what most of us in the U.S. are focused on this week.

The U.S.’s Independence Day celebration is coming up next weekend and
we wanted to provide extra inspiration for your
patriotic decorating and celebrating.

We hope this week’s covers inspire you to create,
whether or not you decide to submit what you create.

This week’s magazine covers offer:

  • Bold titles
  • Dainty titles
  • Fireworks
  • Outdoor scenes (sitting in lawn chairs on the grass; a tractor on a farm)
  • American flags
  • Red & white stripes, white stars on blue backgrounds
  • Cute little girls (with their hair in bows)
  • A girl and a boy reading books (with an owl sitting between them)
  • Gold tassels
  • A vibrant red, white and blue background
  • A text block inside a bold rectangle
  • The month of July
  • A vintage look and feel
  • A black background; white/beige backgrounds
  • And, perhaps you see something else?


What will YOU create this week?

The Deadline & Creative Options:
The deadline for submitting your papercraft projects this week is
Sunday, July 5th, 2015, at midnight (central, GMT-5).

As a reminder, this papercrafting challenge is open to
ALL types of papercrafted creations!

And, it’s open to ALL papercrafters,
wherever you are in the world!

How about creating something for your home or office or as a gift?

Whether you like to make home decor items, work in your art journal, create “repurposed” projects out of paper products, make cards, enjoy creating scrapbook layouts, or prefer book-binding, quilling or origami, or some other form of papercrafting, it’s all welcome!

Love this week’s inspiration for a Project Life® or 365 entry or page?

Create and enter that! 

The ONLY requirements for entering this week’s Magazine Mondays papercrafting challenge are that your entry must be a papercraft project – it must somehow incorporate paper – and it must be submitted by the deadline.


Playing along with this week’s papercrafting challenge is easy:

  • Go create something – any papercraft project – based on this week’s inspiration (above)
  • Come back to this post and leave a comment, including a link to where you’ve posted your papercraft creation, by midnight (central time, GMT-5) on Sunday, July 5th, 2015
  • Check back often to see what others have created and posted (and show your fellow papercrafters love by commenting on their creations!)

We’ll be checking the comment section of this blog post for comments and links to papercrafting goodness, and we’ll pin all the creations to our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board and link to them on the PaperCrafter’s Corner Facebook page so everyone can be inspired. (Note: be sure your papercraft creation is not blocked from being pinned if you want it added to our board.)

Then, on Monday, July 6th, 2015we’ll randomly choose one papercrafter from this week’s papercrafting challenge entries to receive a fun papercrafting prize.

And, their winning entry will be called out as ***THE WINNER*** on our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board, and a link to their entry will forever live in our Facebook timeline!

Having a hard time remembering to check our blog for each week’s inspiration piece?

Subscribe to our daily blog feed
and you’ll get a reminder every Monday.

Subscribe to our weekly blog feed
and you’ll get another reminder every Friday,
24 hours before the entry deadline.

(Plus, you’ll receive a bunch of fun shares each day and each week!)

Have a great week and happy papercrafting adventures!
Steph & The PCC Team

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What is Magazine Mondays All About?

It’s a weekly dose of papercrafting inspiration courtesy of magazines.

We’ll be offering you peaks at their covers, pages, topics, typography, colors and type in hopes of inspiring you to create.

And, most importantly, it’s a chance for you to show off your papercraft creations and win fun papercrafting prizes!

PaperCrafter’s Corner (PCC) has been known for being a papercrafting information resource (store, event, retreat and kit club directories; industry news; product roundups, etc.) and provider of entertainment (product sneak peeks, challenges, giveaways, etc.).

Now we want to become your number-one source of inspiration…more specifically, papercrafting inspiration!

Magazine Mondays – How To Play Along

Each Monday we’ll post a magazine page, cover or projects here on our blog and encourage you to use it as inspiration to create something of your very own.

You’ll create something (ANYTHING papercrafted) and add a comment on the blog post, including a link to your inspired papercraft creation, before midnight (central time, GMT-5) the following Sunday.

Please note: Some challenges include special requirements in order for your entry to be eligible to win – be sure to check for these and include them!

We’ll “pin” each week’s magazine – as well as everyone’s creations – to our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board to provide even more inspiration for our community.

And, we’ll link to all the creations from our Facebook page so everyone following our Facebook timeline can click through and see the creations our community has shared!

And the best part?

One lucky winner
(chosen randomly from all entries received
by midnight [central time, GMT-5]
of the Sunday following the inspiration piece posting)
will receive a prize for participating!

And, the winner will get to see
her/his papercraft creation called out as
***THE WINNER*** on our
Magazine Mondays Pinterest board
!


Play along and Good Luck!
Steph & The PCC Team




Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays Week 105 Entries & Winner!

by Stephanie Hackney

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays Week 105 Entries & Winner!
Papercrafting yummyness, in more ways than one!


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New to Magazine Mondays?

Please scroll down to the section,

“What is Magazine Mondays All About?,”

for more information,

then scroll back up and check out this week’s challenge piece,

entries and winner.

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Haven’t joined in yet? 
Come on, what are YOU waiting for?


Even if you don’t want to enter the challenge,
play along each week.

You might just be thrilled by what you come up with
by stretching your creative muscles a bit.

Just ask those who’ve played along so far!

Join in!

Enter your creation(s) &
YOU just might be our next WINNER!


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One more thing…

When you click on images in our posts:
the images will be enlarged
and icons for your
favorite social media channels will pop up,
making it super easy to
Share, LIKEPost, +1, Tweet & Pin
to your heart’s content!

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For those who may have missed last week’s challenge post,
Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays Week 105,
here’s a quick look at last week’s inspiration piece:

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Inspiration Piece (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Inspiration Piece

Papercrafting Inspiration:
Magazine Mondays Week 105 Inspiration Piece


And now, let’s get on to the yummyness,
the papercrafted goodies your fellow papercrafters created…


Rebecca D.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission (Mini Album Cover) By Rebecca D. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission (Mini Album Cover) By Rebecca D.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission (Mini Album Spread) By Rebecca D. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission (Mini Album Spread) By Rebecca D.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission (Card) By Rebecca D. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission (Card) By Rebecca D.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 105 Submission by Rebecca D.

Rebecca created another fabulous wedding mini album as a gift, and a card to go along with it!

She came up with some layout ideas on her own, and used sketches as the basis for others.

What a great way to make a mini album, right?!

I love the colors she chose to use, and the layout included above I just adore – great design!

Of course a matching card is a great finishing touch!

Be sure to stop by Rebecca’s blog to see the rest of the layouts in her mini album and to check out the sketches she used (note how she made them her own).

JPSCRAPS

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission By JPSCRAPS (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission By JPSCRAPS

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 105 Submission by JPSCRAPS

JPSCRAPS created another cute card, and got it posted in spite of a computer mishap – she’s inspiring!

She used the Kuretake Zig Gansai Tambi Watercolors she won during our Mother’s Day Gift Giveaway and she says she loves them.

(If you missed out on that giveaway, be sure to subscribe to our blog feed so you don’t miss out on the next one!)

I love the crowned cupcake and the way she layered the elements on the card front to make them really pop.

Be sure to stop by JPSCRAPS’ blog to see some other cards she created with the Gansai Tambi Watercolors.

Karrie S.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission By Karrie S. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission By Karrie S.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 105 Submission by Karrie S.

Karrie created a lovely scrapbook layout for her grandparents’ 40th wedding anniversary.

She was inspired by the colors from our magazine cover and did a great job incorporating them into a layout that showcases the pix of her lovey-dovey grandparents.

As I mentioned to Karrie in my response to her submission comment, I never would have thought to use these colors for a wedding or anniversary celebration page, but they totally work!

Yet another great thing about this challenge – your fellow papercrafters are an inspiring bunch and they “teach” us all what’s possible, right?!

Be sure to stop by Karrie’s blog to learn more about this layout and her grandparents’ marriage.

Teresa G.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission By Teresa G. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission By Teresa G.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission (Inside) By Teresa G. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission (Inside) By Teresa G.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 105 Submission by Teresa G.

Teresa created a beautiful tag card, complete with inside decoration.

She was inspired by the clean background and the way the red in the strawberries brings out the pinks, and she likes the simple layout of the cover (me too!)

I love the textures and pops of color, and I especially love that she added color to the inside of the card – a great way to finish it off!

Be sure to stop by Teresa’s blog to learn about another reason our bright cover attracted her (hint: brown).

Beverly J.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission By Beverly J. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission By Beverly J.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 105 Submission by Beverly J.

Beverly created an adorable card that would be perfect for a birthday celebration.

She says she even bought a stamp for this one! Oh Beverly, you’re a gal after my own heart!

I love the coloring she did on the little girl (Chef Ellie!) and the way she layered the cooking/baking-themed papers. Clever use of patterned papers!

Be sure to stop by Beverly’s blog to hear more about the stamp she bought and used to make this card.

Beatriz S.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 105 Submission By Beatriz S. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Submission By Beatriz S.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 105 Submission by Beatriz S.

Beatriz created another hand-drawn project that makes me yearn for cupcakes!

She didn’t specify if this is a card or art journal page, but I think it’d work well for both, don’t you?

I love the way she wrote the word “Wanted,” a perfect sentiment for a collection of cupcakes!

Be sure to stop by Beatriz’s Flickr stream to see her many other hand-drawn projects (including fun lettering styles!).

Sad because you missed out on this week’s challenge?

It’s never too late to create and/or submit an entry!
(It just won’t be eligible for the prize drawing unless it’s submitted by the deadline.)


And, this week’s winner is…

Rebecca D.!


Please join us in congratulating

Rebecca!




Rebecca:

Please send an email,
with your full name and mailing address
and “Magazine Mondays – Week 105 Winner” in the subject line,
to me at shackney {at} papercrafterscorner {dot} com
(using the correct email format, of course ;)).

 

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you’ll always be up-to-date
on the latest and greatest
in the papercrafting industry

&
you’ll never miss a fun giveaway!

 

Want to know how to play along this week?

It’s easy:

  • Go create something – any papercraft project – based on this week’s inspiration piece (this week’s inspiration piece will be posted today, Monday, June 29, 2015, by midnight central, GMT-5).
  • Come back to this week’s post and leave a comment, including a link to where you’ve posted your papercraft creation, before midnight (central time, GMT-5) on Sunday, July 5, 2015. Be sure your blog or feed isn’t set to private – we can’t access it to grab your project image if it is!
  • Check back often to see what others have created and posted (and show your fellow papercrafters love by commenting on their creations!)

We’ll be checking the comment section of this week’s blog post daily for comments and links to papercrafting goodness, and we’ll pin all the creations to our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board and link to them on our Facebook page so everyone can be inspired. (Note: be sure your papercraft creation is not blocked from being pinned if you want it added to our board.)

Then, on Monday, July 6, 2015, we’ll randomly choose one participant from this week’s papercraft entries to receive a fun prize!

And, their winning entry will be the called out as ***THE WINNER*** on our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board!

Happy Papercrafting!
Steph & The PCC Team

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What is Magazine Mondays All About?

It’s a weekly dose of papercrafting inspiration courtesy of magazines, and your fellow papercrafters.

We’ll be offering you peaks at the pages, topics, colors, design and type in magazines, and on their covers, in hopes of inspiring you to create.

And, most importantly, it’s a chance for you to show off your papercraft creations and win fun papercrafting prizes!


PaperCrafter’s Corner (PCC)
has been known for being a papercrafting information resource (store, event, retreat and kit club directories; industry news; product roundups, etc.) and provider of entertainment (product sneak peeks, challenges, giveaways, etc.).

Now we want to become your number-one source of inspiration…more specifically, papercrafting inspiration!


Magazine Mondays – How To Play Along

Each Monday we’ll post a magazine cover or page or project here on our blog and encourage you to use it as inspiration to create something of your very own.

You’ll create something (ANYTHING papercrafted) and add a comment on the blog post, including a link to your inspired papercraft creation, before midnight (central time, GMT-5) the following Sunday.

We’ll “pin” each week’s magazine – as well as everyone’s creations – to our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board to provide even more inspiration for our community.

And, we’ll link to all the creations from our Facebook page so everyone following our Facebook timeline will see the creations our community has shared!


And the best part?

One lucky winner
(chosen randomly from all entries received by midnight [central time, GMT-5]
of the Sunday following the inspiration piece posting)
will receive a prize just for participating!

And, the winner will get to see her/his papercraft creation
called out as ***THE WINNER***
on our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board!

 
Important Note:

This papercrafting challenge is not just open to cards or scrapbook layouts (which have both been popular entry categories), but to ALL papercrafted creations!

How about creating something for your home or office or as a gift?

Whether you like to make home decor items, work in your art journal, create “repurposed” projects out of paper products, make cards, enjoy creating scrapbook layouts, or prefer book-binding, quilling or origami, or some other form of papercrafting, it’s all welcome!

Love this week’s inspiration for a Project Life® or 365 entry or page? Create and enter that!

The ONLY requirements for entering the Magazine Mondays papercrafting challenge (at this time) is that your entry must be a papercraft project – it must somehow incorporate paper – and it must be linked to before the deadline.

Play along and good luck!
Steph & The PCC Team





Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays Week 104 Entries & Winner!

by Stephanie Hackney

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays Week 104 Entries & Winner!
Papercrafting each and every week – it’s all about being inspired & using our stash!


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New to Magazine Mondays?

Please scroll down to the section,

“What is Magazine Mondays All About?,”

for more information,

then scroll back up and check out this week’s challenge piece,

entries and winner.

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Haven’t joined in yet? 
Come on, what are YOU waiting for?


Even if you don’t want to enter the challenge,
play along each week.

You might just be thrilled by what you come up with
by stretching your creative muscles a bit.

Just ask those who’ve played along so far!

Join in!

Enter your creation(s) &
YOU just might be our next WINNER!


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One more thing…

When you click on images in our posts:
the images will be enlarged
and icons for your
favorite social media channels will pop up,
making it super easy to
Share, LIKEPost, +1, Tweet & Pin
to your heart’s content!

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For those who may have missed last week’s challenge post,
Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays Week 104,
here’s a quick look at last week’s inspiration piece:

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 104 Inspiration Piece (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Inspiration Piece

Papercrafting Inspiration:
Magazine Mondays Week 104 Inspiration Piece


And now, let’s get on with it,
join us in checking out what our talented papercrafters created…


Beverly J.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 104 Submission By Beverly J. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Submission By Beverly J.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 104 Submission by Beverly J.

Beverly created a super cute card inspired by last week’s inspiration piece.

She was inspired by the hand-drawn nature of our inspiration piece, and the girl with flowers.

I love how Beverly made this her own, swapping out the pink (which she LOVES!) for the red. You go girl!

Be sure to stop by Beverly’s blog to see her many creations.

Mayoori J.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 104 Submission By Mayoori J. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Submission By Mayoori J.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 104 Submission by Mayoori J.

Mayoori created another wonderful scrapbook layout.

She was inspired by the bright red color, colorful doodling and the big polka dots.

I just adore this scrapbook layout: the layers, the colors, the different blocks of activity – wow!

Be sure to stop by Mayoori’s blog to check out all of her work.

JPSCRAPS

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 104 Submission By JPSCRAPS (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Submission By JPSCRAPS

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 104 Submission by JPSCRAPS

JPSCRAPS created a lovely card to show support and caring.

She was inspired by the flowers from our magazine cover.

I love the colors she chose to use and the black sentiment and butterfly – they really stand out against the white background and colorful bouquet!

Be sure to stop by JPSCRAPS’ blog to learn more about her creative style.

Beatriz S.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 104 Submission By Beatriz S. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Submission By Beatriz S.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 104 Submission by Beatriz S.

Beatriz created a fun and unique card.

She was obviously inspired by the black and red and polka dots from our inspiration piece, as well as the white background and the hand-drawn look.

I love the way she layered the polka dots over text-filled paper and the way she used her drawing tools – wonderful!

Be sure to stop by Beatriz’s Flickr stream to see her other projects.

Teresa G.

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays - Week 104 Submission By Teresa G. (image)

Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Submission By Teresa G.

Papercrafting Inspiration: Magazine Mondays –
Week 104 Submission by Teresa G.

Teresa created a very pretty card inspired by the flowers in our inspirational magazine cover.

She initially thought about ladybugs when she saw our cover, but then headed in a different direction, toward flowers and a whimsical feel.

I love the way she incorporated the flowers, and softer versions of the pink, green and blue colors from our magazine – simply lovely!

Be sure to stop by Teresa’s blog to get to know her.

 

Disappointed because you missed out
on this week’s challenge?

It’s never too late to create and/or submit an entry!
(It just won’t be eligible for the prize drawing unless it’s submitted by the deadline.)


And, this week’s winner is…

Teresa G.!


Please join us in congratulating

Teresa!




Teresa:

Please send an email,
with your full name and mailing address
and “Magazine Mondays – Week 104 Winner” in the subject line,
to me at shackney {at} papercrafterscorner {dot} com
(using the correct email format, of course ;)).

 

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Worried you’ll miss our next papercrafting challenge
or all the other fun we have here?

No worries,we’re happy to send you notices and reminders!


Subscribe to our daily blog feed,
you’ll receive an emailed reminder
about this challenge every week,

when the new inspiration piece
is posted.

Plus,
you’ll always be up-to-date
on the latest and greatest
in the papercrafting industry

&
you’ll never miss a fun giveaway!

 

Want to know how to play along this week?

It’s easy:

  • Go create something – any papercraft project – based on this week’s inspiration piece – this week’s inspiration piece was posted yesterday, Monday, June 22.
  • Come back to this week’s post and leave a comment, including a link to where you’ve posted your papercraft creation, before midnight (central time, GMT-5) on Sunday, June 28, 2015. Be sure your blog or feed isn’t set to private – we can’t access it to grab your project image if it is!
  • Check back often to see what others have created and posted (and show your fellow papercrafters love by commenting on their creations!)

We’ll be checking the comment section of this week’s blog post daily for comments and links to papercrafting goodness, and we’ll pin all the creations to our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board and link to them on our Facebook page so everyone can be inspired. (Note: be sure your papercraft creation is not blocked from being pinned if you want it added to our board.)

Then, on Monday, June 29, 2015, we’ll randomly choose one participant from this week’s papercraft entries to receive a fun prize!

And, their winning entry will be the called out as ***THE WINNER*** on our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board!

Happy Papercrafting!
Steph & The PCC Team

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What is Magazine Mondays All About?

It’s a weekly dose of papercrafting inspiration courtesy of magazines, and your fellow papercrafters.

We’ll be offering you peaks at the pages, topics, colors, design and type in magazines, and on their covers, in hopes of inspiring you to create.

And, most importantly, it’s a chance for you to show off your papercraft creations and win fun papercrafting prizes!


PaperCrafter’s Corner (PCC)
has been known for being a papercrafting information resource (store, event, retreat and kit club directories; industry news; product roundups, etc.) and provider of entertainment (product sneak peeks, challenges, giveaways, etc.).

Now we want to become your number-one source of inspiration…more specifically, papercrafting inspiration!


Magazine Mondays – How To Play Along

Each Monday we’ll post a magazine cover or page or project here on our blog and encourage you to use it as inspiration to create something of your very own.

You’ll create something (ANYTHING papercrafted) and add a comment on the blog post, including a link to your inspired papercraft creation, before midnight (central time, GMT-5) the following Sunday.

We’ll “pin” each week’s magazine – as well as everyone’s creations – to our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board to provide even more inspiration for our community.

And, we’ll link to all the creations from our Facebook page so everyone following our Facebook timeline will see the creations our community has shared!


And the best part?

One lucky winner
(chosen randomly from all entries received by midnight [central time, GMT-5]
of the Sunday following the inspiration piece posting)
will receive a prize just for participating!

And, the winner will get to see her/his papercraft creation
called out as ***THE WINNER***
on our Magazine Mondays Pinterest board!

 
Important Note:

This papercrafting challenge is not just open to cards or scrapbook layouts (which have both been popular entry categories), but to ALL papercrafted creations!

How about creating something for your home or office or as a gift?

Whether you like to make home decor items, work in your art journal, create “repurposed” projects out of paper products, make cards, enjoy creating scrapbook layouts, or prefer book-binding, quilling or origami, or some other form of papercrafting, it’s all welcome!

Love this week’s inspiration for a Project Life® or 365 entry or page? Create and enter that!

The ONLY requirements for entering the Magazine Mondays papercrafting challenge (at this time) is that your entry must be a papercraft project – it must somehow incorporate paper – and it must be linked to before the deadline.

Play along and good luck!
Steph & The PCC Team