Let’s take it off the page with Heidi Swapp today!
Hi Everyone..what a gorgeous day to get ready for Christmas
. What?!? Yes…for the next two days we are working the Heidi Swapp Believe
collection. In this pack you get 48 sheets of pure Holiday magic! Our team made some cool projects today that will get you ready for the Holidays for sure.
But first..giveaways…we can’t forget about those!
First up Heidi Swapp is giving away the ENTIRE line of Mixed Company on her Facebook page so head over there to say HI and win! Make sure you check out the Heidi Swapp blog for projects today, too!
We have a giveaway on our Facebook page HERE as well and on the blog yesterday (keep in mind the blog giveaway ends tonight so don’t delay!)
Hello! Jill from Every Day is an Occasion here to share a double sided magnetic board with you today. I love making these magnetic boards because they are super fun to hold pictures I print from Instagram.
Double Sided Magnetic Board
This summer I was fortunate enough to go to CHA and while I was there a must-do on my list was meet Heidi Swapp. To showcase my holiday photos this season I made a magnetic board. It’s super easy and quite festive.
To create this magnetic board I used Heidi’s Believe 12×12 paper pack and Core’dinations Tim Holtz Seasonal Impressions.
The 4 small magnets are made using Heidi Swapp’s 12 x12 Believe paper pack and the Epiphany Crafts 25 Round tool. The bow is actually a magnet , too! You can get little magnets at your local craft store and you can get full sheets, too, so you can cut them any size you want. The bow is Core’s Tim Holtz Seasonal Impressions paper and cut from my Silhouette. EASY!
Just cover the magnets with patterned paper after you cut them with the Epiphany Crafts round tool so they will “stick” to the back. This way you can change photos or even make a Christmas countdown. So many possibilities with this easy project.
Metal Roof Flashing
Xyron Mega Tape Runner
Next up Gail Linder…I am so making this, too!
I took advantage of the super cute number patterned paper, appropriately called Countdown, and punched out the number 1 to 25 to create a countdown to Christmas using an embroidery hoop as my “frame”! It was so easy to coordinate Core’dinations cardstock with the Heidi Swapp ‘Believe’ collection. I embossed and sanded my cardstock to match it to the distressed look of the patterned paper!
I can’t wait to create more of these for a little cluster of frames to hang up at Christmas time!
Tim Holtz Distress cardstock – Barn Door
KatyDid Core cardstock
Sand It Gadget
Heidi Swapp patterned paper
Maya Road ribbon
Cuttlebug Embossing folder
And if check out yesterday’s post you will see one of Clare’s gorgeous cards and we have another one for you today, too!
Make card from cardstock. Emboss Tim Holtz Kraft-Core Nostalgic Collection cardstock, sand with Sand-It gadget and wipe with Dust Buddy. Ink edges with Distress Ink and adhere to card front. Add patterned paper across card. Add lace, ribbon and ric rac. Layer sentiment panel onto patterned paper, ink edges and machine stitch border, adhere to card with foam pads. Attach bow embellishment.
Core’dinations Black Magic, Core’dinations Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection and Nostaligic
, Sand-It Gadget, Dust Buddy.
Other: Foam pads, Distress Inks – Antique Linen and Vintage Photo, sewing machine, buttons, black paper string, cream twill, Christmas Words embossing folder Sizzix, Snowflake embossing folder Embossalicious, Big Shot.