Featured Artist/Designer: Michelle Williams

Welcome to another Featured Artist/Designer Spotlight. Today we’re thrilled to welcome Michelle Williams.  Before we show you Michelle’s project, let’s get to know her a little bit more… Hello! I’m Michelle from Brisbane, Australia. You could have knocked me down with a feather when I was invited to be featured on Paper Crafters Library! What […]

Shadow Box Easel Cards

As PCL members may have noticed, I am on a new shadow box kick!  I started creating them when I realized that just using my homemade action wobbles or dimensional foam was not enough to build the scenes which I wanted to create.  I wanted layers…..lots of them.  I wanted dimensions and I wanted to create […]

Christmas Themed Family Heirloom Printer’s Tray

Can you believe it’s less than two weeks until Christmas?  Which of course means that time is running out to find that perfect gift for those hard-to-shop for people in your life. In our family that’s typically grandparents and great-grand parents.  Despite the fact that they always say there’s nothing they really want, there is […]

Technique Thursday: Fall Place Card Treat Holder

I think that this little Thanksgiving or Fall Place Card/Treat Holder would be a lovely accent to anyone’s table!  Filled with after dinner mints, this little holder adds the finishing touch to any dinner. Your family and friends will love it! We have a video and pdf handout available for our members here. (You must be […]

Artist & Designer Spotlight: Nancy Wethington

Guest Designer: Nancy Wethington Our special Guest Designer today is Nancy Wethington who has been featured here before during Grahpic 45 week.  She has also been part of many different Design Teams.  Nancy brings her love of the craft and enormous talent to all her creations.  She does amazing work and we are so exicted she has come back. You […]

Design Team May Projects – Ezlie Perez

Hello there!  It’s another month and I have some fun projects to share with you along with a fun technique using a Versamarker and chalks. The first project I made is a neutral baby card.  On this card I used my Versamarker as an adhesive for my chalk.  Not only does this help the chalk […]