A papercraft party is an opportunity to invite your crafty besties for a night-in of good food and company. It’s also a great weekend afternoon catch-up during your quiet time at home, if you prefer.
I thought I’d share with you the projects we made during Stamp Club. The banner is a fun project and will brighten any room in your home. There’s plenty of opportunity to personalise it and work with colours to match your interior decor.
It will not be complete without card making of course so keep it simple and just enjoy some simple stamping and make a bundle of birthday cards.
Just for something different, here’s how to make the big butterfly banner:
- Stamp the butterfly background stamp on a piece of Basic White card stock in Rich Razzleberry and then trim around the image
- Stamp a flower from the Mixed Bunch stamp set in Crushed Curry and cut out the top and bottom petals so that it forms into a butterfly
- Layer the 2 butterflies together with Multipurpose Glue
- Cut a big circle and attach your butterfly. Repeat all the steps and make several butterflies in different colours and then attach them to a piece of string or ribbon
Here’s a list of products used on the projects to help you:
- Swallowtail Butterfly stamp set
- Crushed Curry Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Rich Razzleberry Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Layering Circles Dies
- Amazing Family Stamp Set
- Basic White Card Stock
- Bitty Butterfly Punch
- Blossom Punch
- Glimmer Paper
- Heart Punch
- Mixed Bunch Stamp Set
- Summer Silhouette Stamp Set
- Multipurpose Glue
I hope that you enjoyed this papercraft party inspiration and that you’ll get together with your besties and give it a go. Invite them and get everyone to bring a plate to share and perhaps some wine too. If you’d like me to also organise it for you, let me know so we can work something out.
If you missed out on Stamp Club, why not sign up for the next one? Are you also looking for other projects? Check out my events and book in. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.