Category Archives: paper project

October Challenge – Link Party #33

Today I’m sharing a mini tutorial for creating a fun patchwork pumpkin. I’m also including three different ways you can use your finished pumpkin. To create the pumpkin: Cut a piece of white cardstock slightly bigger than your pumpkin template … Continue reading

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Sunflower Thank You

How do you feel about dry embossing?  Do you hate it or love it?  I love it.  The variety of embossing folders available to you is amazing.  Check out the CropStop store for all that is available. Hi everyone, Steph … Continue reading

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Chatter about cuttlebug – Fun with Fabric

We have already used mulberry paper, metal, foil, chipboard, and grungeboard in our embossing folders. Today, let’s try some fabric! Check out this and other tutorials using your cuttlebug products in the “Chatter about Cuttlebug” section of the Cropstop’s Forum!

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We are going in circles this week!

Our Challenge #29 is all about circles thanks to Mel! Circles come in various sizes and elements… you can cut your CS or PP into circles, or your photos… then there’s buttons, brads, eyelets, flowers… the possibilities are ENDLESS… just … Continue reading

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