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Graphic 45 Design Team Call 2015 — Final Round/Video

Type­writer Tutorial

For the final round of the Graphic 45 Design Team audi­tion, I chose to show­case a video tuto­r­ial for the Type­writer box.




Links are given for down­load­ing the cut­ting files and a detailed tutorial


NOTE: Make sure that files below are scaled to 100% if you print out for man­ual cut­ting.

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Type­writer Box cut­ting file (WPC)
SVG file com­ing soon.


Type­writer Box Detailed Tuto­r­ial (PDF)

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Boîte de Coeur

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Hello! Boîte de Coeur is French for “heart box.” This is another project made with the lovely Paris Flea Mar­ket papers from Pion Design. I set eye­lets all around the base of the box to dec­o­rate with black criss­cross rib­bon lac­ing. Lots of flow­ers and pearls and the vin­tage image with a mother and her daugh­ter makes this a great Mother’s Day project! The post is also being fea­tured on Pion Design’s blog today here

Wish­ing every­one a great week!
Tara

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More CHA Projects and Release of Pion Design Pallette

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The projects I’m post­ing today are ones I have done before but I remade them for Tat­tered Lace Dies for CHA.  I’ve already posted some other projects I made for Tat­tered Lace, and these are the remain­ing ones.  The “Love Note Mail­box” project above uses papers from Pion Design’s My Pre­cious Daugh­ter col­lec­tion and the gor­geous die is from Tat­tered Lace.  The gold against the pur­ple makes for a strik­ing con­trast.  I even found some gold thread for the stitching.

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This Pringles can box uses Pion Design’s Days of Win­ter papers. The heart die is another one from Tat­tered Lace.

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The above chest of draw­ers fea­tures Pion Design’s Vin­tage Gar­den col­lec­tion along with two Tat­tered Lace dies.

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The slid­ing box is another of my designs using Pion Design’s My Pre­cious Daugh­ter papers and it fea­tures two dies from Tat­tered Lace.  The tuto­r­ial for this project can be found here.

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This last project is a big paper cake made with Pion Design’s For Mother pink papers and dec­o­rated with a lovely repeat­ing Tat­tered Lace heart die.

Last but not least, I want to intro­duce you to a new line of paper by Pion Design.  I’m very excited about it as it offers a won­der­ful alter­na­tive to card stock.  These thicker, solid-colored papers match all the Pion Design pat­terned papers.  I’ve already ordered a com­plete set for my online shop!

Pion Design never set­tles with any­thing but per­fec­tion, and when they heard that cus­tomers were look­ing to find solid basics to match their pat­terned papers, they decided to design and print their own, using the unique Pion Design color palette. The result is the col­lec­tion Pion Design Palette, a wide selec­tion of sub­tle col­ored pre­mium papers that make a beau­ti­ful foun­da­tion for every craft­ing project and go together with their pat­terned papers perfectly.

The papers in this col­lec­tion are of a heav­ier weight than their pat­terned papers and can be used for fold­ing and altered projects or to add lay­ers and dimen­sions to cards and lay­outs. With Pion Design Palette you will find it eas­ier to craft your own story!

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Pion Design Palette con­sists of 18 dou­ble sided papers in the size 12×12″.

A thank you from the heart for vis­it­ing!
Tara

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