Tara's Craft Studio

Paper Crafting Projects

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Wedding Photo Cubes

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These origami cubes make great wed­ding gifts. Each side of the cube has a pocket fea­ture with the abil­ity to tuck in small pho­tos. The tops of the boxes open to hold more pho­tos or other memen­toes. I used Pion Design’s new thick Palette paper along with dec­o­ra­tive paper and images from their Vin­tage Wed­ding col­lec­tion. The Vin­tage Wed­ding col­lec­tion papers have very sub­tle color but are beau­ti­ful nonethe­less. I made three using dif­fer­ent papers from Vin­tage Wedding.

The cubes are being fea­tured today on the Pion Design blog here.

Here is the Vin­tage Wed­ding col­lec­tion
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Best wishes for a great week­end!
Tara

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Paris Romance Card

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Pion Design’s gor­geous Paris Flea Mar­ket papers were used to dec­o­rate this card. The card is being fea­tured today on the Pion Design blog here. I used the won­der­ful new thick Pion Design Palette card stock for the card base and die cuts. I have now started using the Palette card stock for all of my projects and I will never look back! It has a fan­tas­tic thick­ness and tex­ture and I love work­ing with it. Another great thing about the Palette col­lec­tion is that it matches Pion Design’s dec­o­ra­tive papers per­fectly. Both of these col­lec­tions from Pion Design are avail­able from my online store.

The del­i­cate chip­board accents on the card are cour­tesy of Ms. Maryann Laursen, a spe­cial lady from Den­mark that I had the plea­sure of meet­ing in per­son sev­eral weeks ago when she was vis­it­ing here in the United States. Thank you Maryann!

Best wishes to all for a great week!
Tara

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Eclectic Steampunk Boxes

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These Steam­punk Boxes were made using the beige papers of Pion Design’s Paris Flea Mar­ket. The project is being fea­tured on their blog today here I used some black tex­ture paste as well as lots of metal trin­kets. The vin­tage image from Pion Design’s From Grandma’s Attic worked great for the steam­punk theme! This par­tic­u­lar project using these won­der­ful papers will be fea­tured in the upcom­ing “Just Steam­punk” magazine.

I wanted to also post another project that has already been fea­tured on the Pion Design Blog here. This is a Tim Holtz clock that I cov­ered with pink and blue Pion Design’s Paris Flea Mar­ket papers.
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