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Mason Jar Paper Snow Globes

Two of the most popular trends this season are mason jars and snow globes. I've combined both for today's 15 minute project and made a waterless paper snow globe.


Yule Log and Winter Page ...

In many parts of the world we are experiencing the short days and cold of winter. For me, this means snuggling up by a warm fire with a good book or old movie. If asked what scents define winter I would definitely put pine, wood and cinnamon at the top of the list! Maybe that is why woodgrain is a popular theme in the paper arts community.


Away In a Manger Nativity Scene Mary Joseph Jesus Angel

Away In a Manger Cutting ...

This sweet little nativity set features Three Wise Men, Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus, an angel, shepherd boy, a camel, a donkey, three sheep, and a stable to house them all in.



Nutcracker Ballet Collection

Nutcracker Ballet Cutting Collection

The Christmas season is all about nostalgia and one of the iconic images of Christmas is the Nutcracker. We've created an adorable cast of characters for our latest collection,  Nutcracker Ballet. The set includes six characters, a 12″ x 12″ stage, a title banner, a tree and a present.


Winter Holiday Village Store

Christmas Village Luminary

Christmas decorations have a way to make our favorite places shine and add that warm, inviting feeling. They make a wonderful display for family and friends to experience the holiday cheer whenever they come to visit, and this holiday village is no exception.


Holiday Mugs

Easy Holiday Mugs with Vinyl

A dollar store mug and some vinyl can be transformed into a unique and personalized gift. Fill these mugs with hot chocolate mix or homemade fudge and they would make great teacher or co-worker gifts.



Christmas Ornament Box

A round ornament box that could be filled with candy or a gift. Just fill with candy and tie closed with a ribbon. Imagine the fun of sending the kids to the tree on Christmas day to find their ornament treat!


Visions of Sugarplums Christmas Baking ...

In a few short weeks Christmas baking will be in full swing. If you have the bug for holiday baking just a bit early, you can start by making paper cookies. These cookies don't need to be made from scratch, we've done all the work for you in our Visions of Sugarplums Collection. This collection is perfect for cards and tags for your holiday goodies and can be used after the holidays to scrapbook your Christmas memories.


Vinyl Christmas Tree Advent Calendar

Christmas Tree Advent Calendar

Thanksgiving is still a week away, but today we put up our Christmas Tree at the Pazzles Office. It's the perfect kind of tree, no falling needles and no need to water it, because it's a vinyl wall tree! We are thrilled to introduce you to our Christmas Tree Advent Calendar. It may seem a little early for a Christmas Tree, but we wanted you to have plenty of time to get this project completed before December 1st. This advent calendar is the perfect project for a weekend of crafting.



Cornucopia-Horn-of-Plenty-Angle

Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece: Part Two, ...

Today we complete the Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece! Fill your cornucopia to overflowing with a variety of dimensional fruits and vegetables. It will make a beautiful display fit for a grand Thanksgiving dinner.


Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece: Part 1

For our project this week you can trade in your green thumbs for chalky fingers instead! While most real cornucopias are filled with produce from your gardens, nuts, flowers and other edibles, we've put together a series of creations that will be sure to overfill your Horn of Plenty with delicious paper delights. Start by making the Cornucopia and Wheat this week, then come back next Friday for the rest of the bounty!


Thanksgiving Globe Place Cards

Set one of these at each guest's plate with their name on it, or make a giant one that says Happy Thanksgiving for a decoration. When shaken, the leaves in the globe will move around and fall from the tree.



Haunted House Mansion

Haunted Village Part 4: Haunted ...

I have to admit that I am a little sad that this Haunted Village project has come to an end. It has been a lot of fun to work on. The team effort has been worth it and we all want to do group projects more often. It has also made me grow in my dimensional engineering skills!


Quick and Easy “Boo” Banner ...

This started off as a quick 15 minute project but in true Pazzles fashion, it turned out to be much more! We loved these pre-cut canvas shapes from Canvas Corp and knew just what to make with them. We started the project by creating candy corn pieces using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and a vinyl masking stencil cut with the Pazzles Inspiration.


Hanging Black Faux Wrought Iron Chandelier

Hanging Faux Wrought Iron Chandelier

The projects that I love best are the ones that look complicated but can easily be assembled in a minute. I have always been a big fan of silhouettes because I like the simplistic look, yet I love all the detail. This chandelier has a way of making 'simple' really sparkle. So if you’re looking for the perfect project to ‘shine a light’ on your next party or event, don’t forget about this cute chandelier.



Watercolor Resist Wall Art

Inspiration! I love the look of watercolor paint resist, so I decided to make a 12 by 12 piece of wall art. I made this whole thing in less than an hour! I explain a few optional splatter and sponge techniques as well so you can have a really customized work of art. Enjoy!


Ukulele Box

Did you know that the Ukulele originated in Hawaii and is still a very popular instrument there? That makes this also a great gift for anyone who is visiting Hawaii or loves Hawaiian things. Wouldn't it be fun to put a lei and/or some Hawaiian-type treats - maybe something with macadamia nuts - inside?


Hot Air Balloon Box

Take your boxes to new heights with this amazing paper hot air balloon. Using a small dowel or candy stick, paper, and twine you can create your own - complete with a weaved basket case with plenty of room for treats!



Planner Calendar

Can you believe it is already July?! It seems just like yesterday I was planning all our summer events and BBQ’s in preparation for our busy summer. If you want to help keep life organized for you and your family, creating this project will be a must this summer. I found this frame on a discount table at Kmart about a year ago and never got around to printing a picture large enough to go on the inside. So, I thought using it for a white board or calendar is exactly what my teenage daughter and I needed.


Custom Easter Eggs with Vinyl Resist

Vinyl Easter Egg Stickers

Add a new twist to egg decorating this year by making vinyl stickers for the eggs that are a kind of mask that would prevent color from getting on the area of the egg underneath it.


There’s “Sew” Much You Can ...

The crafting world isn't exclusively for paper crafting and our Inspiration has found a place in the homes of crafters of all kinds. We have a lot of designers, jewelers, and a number of quilters excited about using our machine as well. We are making scissors a thing of the past! With that in mind I thought I would address the big fabric question. So many of you often ask this question: is the Inspiration capable of cutting fabric?



Valentines Party Set with Subtract Weld

Valentine with Subtract Weld

Wow! The actual DAY, Valentine's Day, really snuck up on me! I have been making valentine themed projects for Pazzles for a month now but totally missed the fact that I needed to get things done for my Grandkids for today. As I was working on redoing the video tutorial for Subtract Weld, it occurred to me that it was the perfect technique to use to create a quick and easy table setting for Valentine's day.


Monthly Flip Calendar

January is the month of new beginnings and organization. That usually means you need a few new calendars around the house. This pretty flip calendar will add a designer flair to your office or craft room.


Make a Simple Luminary

Luminaries have been a common Halloween and Christmas decoration for decades. It isn't hard to understand why. They are easy to make and can create an eerie glow for Halloween or a warm holiday welcome for Christmas. Traditionally they were intended to line the sidewalk as a greeting leading up to the front door. Usually they were made from plain paper bags filled with sand to weigh them down and a candle provided the light. While the luminaries in today's lesson are for the indoors only, they make an easy, spooky greeting for the Halloween season.



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