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Hello Dimensional Flower Card with Doodlebug Flower Box

Spring Theme Dimensional Flower Card

My desk was still covered in scraps from the Spring Mobile I made on Monday, so I decided to put them to good use for today's 15 minute project. The bright, fun colors of the Doodlebug Design Flower Box Collection makes any card extra fun.


Thinking of You Card with ...

I never really thought of the distressed look and the elegant look going together, but when I hatched the idea for this card background I decided to give it a shot. I think it worked pretty well!


Split Letter Monogram Roman Style Letters Wedding Stationery Set

Split Letter Monogram, Roman Style ...

Today's Cutting Collection began with a suggestion from some of our customers. The Split Letter Monogram—Roman Style Cutting Collection is our elegant answer to your requests. This classic collection features each letter of the alphabet and is perfectly suited to vinyl and paper projects. We've used it here to create a trendy home décor project and a simple wedding invitation and thank you note set.



You’re the Bomb

Bomb with a pixy stick or pencil fuse. Perfect for boys or girls and is so simple to assemble that the kids can help.


Owl Be Yours

This sweet little Owl Valentine perches on a pencil or Pixy Stix as a fun treat.


Pixy Stix Sundae

This pixy stix sundae one reminds me of the dime store in town where I grew up complete with a vintage milkshake machine and spinning stools. As a kid it was a trip back in time.



Chain of Love

Chain of Love

For all those crushes and special someones in our lives who truly sink our hearts, this ball and chain is the perfect Valentine. It can be mass produced for a classroom, or made just for that one and only, special Valentine.


Monster Finger Puppet

Monster Finger Puppets

This nice little monster comes with three separate "monster" sentiments which can be attached to the Valentine. Take off the sentiment and play with the monster finger puppet or use the holes for candy or a pencil.


Easy Classroom Valentine Ideas

Chocolate Robot

Welcome to DIY Classroom Valentines 2013! We've got several days of quick, easily mass-produced Valentine ideas for you and we can't wait to share. Each project will include instructions and cutting files. The cutting files include multiples of each Valentine so you can make several at a time.



Create-a-Calendar Cutting Collection: WPC, AI, ...

I'm excited for today's collection because of the potential I see in it. The Create-a-Calendar set was deigned to let you make your own custom calendars, and includes the grid, the button numbers, and a title for each month. Make a seasonal layout for each month and a matching calendar grid, and you will have an adorable calendar to give as a gift or hang in your own home. At the end of the year, disassemble the calendar, trim off the hole-punched bottoms and you will have twelve layouts for your album.


Necklace Gift Card with Window Front

Heart Card with Necklace

This heart card holds a necklace and makes a gift for coworkers or as class valentines. Personalize your washer necklace with the perfect sentiment for each of your friends.


Heart Tag Pocket Card

It's never too early to start planning a special something for your Valentine. At Pazzles, we are ready to get the ball rolling on Valentine's Day projects so you will have plenty of time to get prepared for the sweetest of all holidays. Today we are sharing this tag card that can be made simply or embellished into something amazing.



Clam Dig Cutting Collection: WPC, ...

Introducing our newest collection,   Clam Dig Cutting Collection. This fun collection, designed by Klo, was inspired by requests from our Pacific Northwest customers. The collection includes 10 images including three titles, a razor clam, clam boots and headlamp, and several types of clam digging tools.


Crazy about cards? Good news… ...

Did you know that this week is a very special week? According to the International Society of Friendship and Good Will this week is Universal Letter Writtting Week. As I crafter you know that a handmade card is the best kind of letter to recieve, so get busy celebrating by making a few cards today. I thought it would be fun to link up a few random ideas to inspire your creative mind.


Baby Shower Invitation Window Card

As many of you know, my daughter is having her first baby this April. With that is going to come diapers, bottles, cribs, sleepless nights, and of course, baby showers and announcements.



Embossed Snowflake Pocket Tags

Embossing is the name of the game for today's 15 minute project. I grabbed an embossing tool to play with and the ideas started coming.


Finished Custom Buttons

Money Saving Tip: Make Your ...

One of the most frustrating things for me is not having the exact right color or size of embellishment for my project. The most frequent offender is buttons. The one with the perfect color will be too big. The right-sized ones will be just off-color enough to be off-putting.


12 Days of Gift Wrapping, Day 12: Poinsettia Candle Tag with Tucked Ribbon

12 Gifts of Christmas, Day ...

On the twelfth day of Christmas, the Pazzles elves gave to me… …a mystery box full of Pazzles goodies! For the final day in our 12 Days of Gift Wrapping, we've wrapped up some of our favorite Pazzles Products for one lucky commenter. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post to enter the drawing for this lovely package worth over $50!



3D Holly Berry Tag

3D Holly Berries Tag

On the tenth day of Christmas, the Pazzles elves gave to me... If you watched yesterday's video you saw the 3D Holly from today's gift featured as one of the projects. I used it to create a card for the video, but today it is featured on a tag.


12 Gifts of Christmas, Day ...

On the ninth day of Christmas the Pazzles elves gave to me... The poinsettia is one of my favorite flower designs. So when I was pondering what to make for gift wrapping, naturally, this beautiful flower was at the top of my list. After cutting the pieces, I used an embosser and cushioned pad to curl the petals and leaves. I added gold ink around the edges of the leaves and flowers for extra holiday shine.  Three tiny yellow rhinestones in the center give even more holiday sparkle to the project.


12 Gifts of Christmas, Day ...

On the eighth day of Christmas the Pazzles Elves gave to me… Who said pinwheels were only for summer fun? This bow is a great addition to your Christmas wrapping projects and will be sure to have people spinning with excitement.



12 Gifts of Christmas, Day ...

On the seventh day of Christmas the Pazzles Elves gave to me… Who knew that burlap, chevrons, and rhinestones could make such a sweet combination? This gift tag is made of mini rosettes layered on a extra large tag. The rolled burlap bow tied up with twine tops the tag and couldn't be easier to make. Each little rosette is embellished with a single clear rhinestone to add just the right amount of sparkle.


12 Gifts of Christmas, Day ...

On the sixth day of Christmas the Pazzles Elves gave to me… This Pleated Christmas Tree Tag is perfect for almost any wrapping style. By changing the papers and backgrounds you can make it elegant, shabby, or country depending on your preference. Enlarge the cutting file and mount to picture frames (without glass) and you have great Christmas wall decor for your home.


12 Days of Gift Wrapping Day 5 Stacked Loop Bow

12 Gifts of Christmas, Day ...

On the fifth day of Christmas the Pazzles Elves gave to me… Need a clever way to wrap your next Christmas gift? Try this crazy bow in your favorite patterned or textured papers. I used Stickles to add a glitter effect to the edges of the bow and to help make it really sparkle. To assemble the bow you'll want to apply glue to each end and adhere it in the center of each strip. Once each piece has been glued and assembled, you can start to glue them to each other in a criss cross pattern. When the bow is done, don't forget the center piece! I hope it’s the perfect addition to your perfect gift.



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