Six projects you may have missed . . .

Six projects you may have missed . . .

Tricia Morris

I love to re-tool, simplify or create new projects for my personal blog, The Efficient Crafter. Just in case you haven't participated in our monthly blog hops, here are a few things you may have missed.

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

SIX FUN PROJECTS TO MAKE WITH YOUR PAPER STASH

1. MINI COIN ENVELOPE BOOK

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

This adorable little project made from the Shades of Winter collection takes only minutes to create and comes with a helpful video tutorial.

2. BOTTLE TOPPERS

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

These festive bottle toppers made with elements from the Paradise collection are handy for last-minute gifting. The blog includes paper trimming diagrams to create a big batch of toppers.

3. BOX OF MINI NOTECARDS

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

This little notecard holder has a bi-fold cover and holds eight 3x4" notecards and envelopes. The cards store safely in a tray made from paper and are held securely in the folio with a band closure. The blog includes a full tutorial to make the folio and the cards!

4. BOOK IN A FAUX BOOK

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

I adore this project made with the Big Top collection. A set of four interlocked scored panels create a nook that holds a stitch bound book. You'll learn the best way to make the outer nook structure.

5. MINI MAZE IN A MATCHBOOK

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

This project features a seasonal theme, but it can be used for a miniature masterpiece any time of year. I've included a full printable tutorial and a handy video tutorial to help guide you through the project.

6. ZIG-ZAG MINI ALBUM

Six Projects to Make from Your Paper Stash

This "Think Big" book is only 3x6" but packs in a lot of creative inspiration from our Office Space collection. You'll love the clever structure of the inner pages.

If you need paper to complete any of the above projects, I happen to know of a great little place to find some!

Tricia

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