15 Minute Projects

Quick and easy projects using images from the Craft Room Library


Scalloped Deco Edge Card

Hello crafty friends, Melinda here with you today sharing a super easy and pretty card. I created this with the craft room file, scalloped deco edge card.


Family Layout

This summer we were able to get all of my children together at one time in one place for the first time in thirteen years. So of course, I had to make sure that I got a photographer out to take photos of all of use together. I could hardly wait to get them on pages and into my scrapbook and on to my walls.


Candle Wraps

Candles are such a beautiful addition to a table setting or as home décor pieces, and what better way to jazz up your next dinner party than to quickly whip up your own candle decoration to sit your flameless candles in?



Joy Filled Tags Project Pattern

Tags are a quick and easy way to add a personal touch to almost anything. They can be used alone on gifts and homemade treats. Or you can use them as embellishments on cards and scrapbook pages. Whichever way you use them, these sweet tags will add a bit of joy to any project!


Flourished Easel Card

Hello crafty friends, Melinda here with you today sharing a pretty and fun interactive easel card. I […]




Lunchbox Animal Treats

Being a little kid is so magical. Everything is so exciting and every day is the best day ever. Even the smallest things make a little one so happy and it's so fun to be the cause of so much happiness and excitement. So join in on the fun and make up a batch of applesauce animals. Stick these in a sack lunch or deliver them to preschool on a platter and you are sure to get some great big gasps and lots of hugs of appreciation.


Crafting with Kids: Bookmarks

“Muuuummmm! I’m bored!” Is this something you’re hearing a lot at the moment with the children on summer break or on the weekends? A quick virtual trip to the Pazzles Craft Room Library could turn the nagging into some constructive, (and creative) time by cutting out some cute animal friends to turn into bookmarks. You could cut out a group of them and the children can do the assembly work and make some for their friends.


Let’s Get Away Beach Card

It seems like the first half of the summer break goes slowly and the last half is over in just a blink of an eye. After the 4th of July celebrations, come most of the birthdays in my family and my wedding anniversary. The month flies by and then it's time to get ready for back to school. I really need a vacation somewhere in there, so I made my husband this wedding anniversary card. Do you think this will be a clear enough hint for him that we need a vacation? I'm hoping he sees through the cuteness of the card to the real meaning behind it! And if not, I'll take matters into my own hands.



Making Rosettes and Swags

This rosette tutorial was posted several years ago in the Craft Room and although it's an oldie, it's a goodie. These rosette fans are super popular right now and make great affordable 4th of July decorations. Watch the video, then grab the cutting files and make up a bunch of your own. ~Michelle Lately I have been spending a lot of time looking in Scrapbook magazines, stores, online shops and company catalogs. Everywhere I turn I see rosettes and it isn’t hard to know why. They just “feel” happy! You can buy them premade, invest in a pricey die with only one size option OR….of course, you can use your fabulous Inspiration to cut them in a multitude of colors, shapes and sizes. I’ll let you decide which sounds more economical, more versatile and more individualized.


Jeep Shaped Card

A jeep shape card perfect for the automobile-fanatic or military person in your life!


Father's Day Snack Pack Gift

Dad’s Day Snack Pack

It's a scientific fact that men like snacks. This is based on my own research and observations of the 10-12 men I spend the most time with, so it must be true on a larger scale.



5 Projects to Make with ...

School is winding down, or over for the summer here in the US and it won't be long until the famous summer boredom sets in. Coming up with activities to answer those complaints is a parent's summer homework. Luckily you have the world's best DIY machine, so you'll be able to ace that homework. Here are five craft projects you can make with your kids using your Inspiration. Next time you have a child five inches from your face complaining that there is nothing to do, you'll be prepared. 1. Paper Sailboats Cut these out of white paper and let the kids decorate them. After they're done designing, get them laminated so they'll last for a bit.


Candy Bar Wrappers

Father’s Day Candy Wrappers

Dads wear lots of shirts, and sometimes many different ones in a single day. These candy wrappers include a flannel shirt, suit and tie, scrubs and a t-shirt you can customize for whatever your dad is into.


Donut Cards Project Pattern

This is a cute project specifically created for dieting bakers. If that's you, you're welcome! Now you can "bake up a storm" and still stay on your diet. Make as many donut cards as you'd like and you won't gain a pound. After you've made a dozen different donuts, then tuck them into the donut box for safe keeping. As always, our Project Patterns make it easy to create projects in multiples with just a few clicks when opened in the InVue software. If you need a refresher on how to use these Project Patterns you can find more information here.



Your Favorite Things: Most Popular ...

We've shared our favorite things and now we're sharing YOUR favorite things. Introducing our five most popular posts of all time. If you've just recently joined the Pazzles Community some of these might be new to you. So here they are:#1 Hanging Hearts Wall Decor Is it any wonder this is our most popular post? This shabby chic wall hanging by Tara Brown is stunning. #2 Card Holder and Organizer


Favorite Things Creativity Framed Quote

Design Team Favorite Things: Framed ...

Join the Pazzles Design Team this week as we share a few of our favorite things with you. My favourite thing – I have so many, but when it comes to cutting files, this vintage frame is my go to file and has become a favourite. Couple that with this terrific quote, and two of my favourite things come together to make a lovely home décor piece for my craft room. “Being creative is not a HOBBY – It’s a way of LIFE!"


Floating Butterfly Rainbow Card

A pretty butterfly overlay reveals rainbow colors under each wing. Add any sentiment and a little string for a perfect any-occasion card.



monogram mom card

Monogram Mother’s Day Cards

Alright Mother's Day procrastinators, I've got you covered! Today I have the easiest Mother's Day card ever. This is even easier than driving to the store and buying one. Our Floral Monogram Cutting Collection has been well received, so today I've created a floral monogram mom card. The card itself is just three pieces. Just glue them together and embellish with flowers or gems. Your mom will be impressed with the beautiful card you put together ten minutes before the party.


National Scrapbook Day 2015 Bonus: ...

Surprise! It's a bonus freebie! Grab this National Scrapbook Day 2015 Color Palette and load it into your InVue software. To do so download the file and save it in your InVue program files in the colorpalettes folder. (Documents>Pazzles>colorpalettes)


Cleaning

Spring Cleaning Cutting Collection

This cute Spring Cleaning Cutting Collection might just convince you that cleaning looks fun. At least I'm hoping that it works on my children. I created this little chore chart for our refrigerator so I can assign chores. When they've completed their chore, they can move the chore off their name. I love these little miniature icons and I'll probably make a name tag for myself so I can move the little pieces around too. I'm always looking for excuses to play with paper.




Shaped Pocket Cards and Tags Cutting Files

Shaped Pocket Cards and Tags

Pick a pocket and stuff it full of love, well wishes and maybe even a gift card or cash. These cards look fancy, but are very easy to make. Cut them out with three cuts and assemble them, or dress them up with embellishments. When your card is finished, they tuck inside a #10 envelope. I've included a file for the envelope liner which simply slips inside.


Spring Wreath Printables

Spring Wreath Print and Cut ...

In real life I stink at making wreaths. I've tried and failed a few times, so I was pleasantly surprised when my paper wreaths turned out. I created these wreaths in the InVue software and it turns out having an undo button is a handy thing. If there was an undo button in real life I'm sure I could master real wreath making too.



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