Practical Solutions for Paper Crafters, Vol. 2 – It’s a Wrap!

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Stacy Croninger, Digital Managing Editor

Hi everyone!

Did you enjoy seeing projects and ideas from the latest special issue Practical Solutions for Paper Crafters, vol. 2? I have to tell you, I think the storage ideas are my favorite! We had so much fun coming up with the ideas and then making them. There’s something about seeing things come together that is so fulfilling and inspiring.

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What was your favorite project from this week? We’re giving you a chance to let us know by sharing it on either Pinterest or Facebook. And, for those that share a project (and then leave a comment telling where they shared) you’re entered to win a copy of Practical Solutions for Paper Crafters, vol. 2 PLUS a mystery box of supplies. You have until 5:00 pm MST Tuesday, January 7 to share and leave a comment.

Here are links to this week’s posts to make it a little easier. If you’re using Pinterest, click the Pin It button below the image for a quick way to share. If you’re sharing on Facebook, use the link below to the blog post or copy the image’s location and share it on Facebook.

DIY Stamping and DIY Embellishments: http://www.papercraftsconnection.com/blog/2013/12/practical-solutions-organization-projects-and-more/

Upcycled Packaging: http://www.papercraftsconnection.com/blog/2013/12/practical-solutions-upcycled-packaging/

DIY Organization: http://www.papercraftsconnection.com/blog/2014/01/practical-solutions-diy-organization/

Have fun!

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Important contest note: We apologize, but due to increased shipping costs we’re no longer shipping prizes outside the US. But we definitely don’t want our international winners to walk away empty handed. If your shipping address is outside the US and your comment is selected, you’ll receive a one-year subscription to Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking magazine or a PDF version of Practical Solutions for Paper Crafters, Vol. 2. If you’re an existing subscriber, your subscription will extend. Thank you for your understanding.

 

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46 Responses to Practical Solutions for Paper Crafters, Vol. 2 – It’s a Wrap!

  1. Natalie Winterstein says:

    The DIY Organization was my favorite – particularly the spool rack! Cute and practical! Thanks for the chance to win. :)

  2. barbara macaskill says:

    I shared the chicken wire tip on Pinterest!!! LOVE getting organizational tips since I am the QUEEN of All Things Organized according to my neighbor! I am always looking for creative ways to organize my crafting goodies and would LOVE to win a copy of this magazine and a box of goodies that I can organize using the tips I learn from it!! Thank you for the chance to win 3 of my favorite things…organizational tips, reading material and crafting goodies! To me this would be a win, win, win situation if my name was picked!!

  3. Laura says:

    I really loved the frame storage, and will do that myself sometime soon!
    I pinned it here: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/467037423828986836/

  4. tape says:

    I pinned the card stamped with dominoes: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/40110252905784593/

  5. Pai Meng says:

    I pinned the spool rack. Love that idea!

  6. Helen F. says:

    Love the spool rack idea ~ it looks simple enough to create even for me ;)

  7. Raquel Mason says:

    I shared on Pinterest how to make a card hanger from an old frame.
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/407786941231252908/

  8. Kailash says:

    I shared Katie Gehring’s art easel card on facebook, so beautiful!!

  9. jengd says:

    While I love organizing ideas, the upcycled packaging/snowman shaker card keeps pulling me back. I pinned it (http://www.pinterest.com/pin/206954545350608501/) because I definitely plan to reference it when I finally get to using some of the packaging I have sitting around here (soon I hope!)

  10. Lyn Kaufmann says:

    The tomato cage idea for hanging things and the tape measure on the desk are wonderful! I also loved the ping pong paddle background for a card. It’s so fun to use unusual things.

  11. barbara macaskill says:

    I just love the adorable snowman!!! I pinned him! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/204280533071647571/

  12. Vicki Price says:

    I shared the DIY organization and storage tips on Facebook

  13. marylouh says:

    I enjoyed the article about storage. I’m always looking for new ways to store my “stuff” so I can see it and use it – while at the same time not having it sit out taking up working space. I liked the use of the chicken wire.

  14. Wendy Orme says:

    I love the spool rack for washi tape and twine…it’s something I really could use.

  15. Kathy Mc says:

    Thrift store organizational ideas are awesome, especially the swivel spice rack for storing sequins, rhinestones, pearls & buttons. Sorry but I don’t have a Pinterest or Facebook account but wanted to comment anyway. The cards stamped using household goods are very clever, such as ping pong paddles and dominoes.

  16. Charlene M. says:

    I pinned the DIY organization on my Pinterest board –
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/88735055132075782/

  17. Kim Rendino says:

    This recycling idea is awesome! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/79938962109840098/

  18. Connie G says:

    I loved the painted spool rack and shared it on my Pinterest board. I really want this!

  19. Wendy Barber says:

    I’ve posted the storage ideas on my facebook wall. Awesome stuff! I also posted on your fb page that I have been doing lots to store my goodies lately. Have lots of good ideas too!

  20. Patt H. says:

    I shared the flexible tape measure tip on Pinterest. What a simple & clever idea! Will be adding that to my crafting table tomorrow!

  21. Lisa p says:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/7740630583442361/
    Pinned the thrift shop space. Never would have thought of a garden cage or foild dispenser. I love the ideas.

  22. Barbara R says:

    I’d have to say that my favorite this week was the Art Easel Thanks card by Katie Gehring. Needless to say I pinned this little gem to my Crafty Projects to Try board on Pintrest.

  23. justasiam says:

    I love the Practical Solutions, particularly the enamel dots made with nail polish. I really want to try that, so I pinned
    it:http://www.pinterest.com/pin/115827021640421386/

  24. Saundra Lewis says:

    I pinned the card stamped with a ping pong paddle. I think that is brilliant!

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  26. Amy Williams says:

    I posted the crafty space organizational ideas…http://www.pinterest.com/pin/25895766581325252/

  27. Lucy Schmidt says:

    I Pinned the dominoes card here:
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/277745501994294388/

    and the idea to adhere a tape measure to the work surface here:
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/277745501994294437/

    LOTS of good ideas on the 3 posts, so I’m sure the magazine will be chock-a-block.

  28. Janis in ID says:

    Pinned the measuring tape adhered to edge of tabletop: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/476114991827892965/

    Thanks for the great tips and the chance to win!!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

  29. Gayle Bender says:

    I pinned upcycled packaging. Love to reuse items.

  30. Sharon Gullikson says:

    I pinned Thanks from the Bottom of my heart. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/231231762091540627/

  31. I pinned the first project from this post http://www.papercraftsconnection.com/blog/2013/12/practical-solutions-upcycled-packaging/. Sorry I can’t link to my post because I use an iPhone to access Pinterest.

  32. Karen Larson says:

    Washi Tape holder is my favorite using the upcycled aluminum foil box!

  33. BVincent says:

    I pinned the ideas from the DIY organization

  34. Isha says:

    This magazine looks like full of information. Thanks for a chance to win.

  35. Candee Schamber (ScrapJAG) says:

    I shared the organization on Pinterest.

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