Create Pinterest-Worthy Paper Crafts With Our FREE Guide!

Think you’ve learned it all when it comes to paper crafting? Think again! We’ve gathered expert paper crafting knowledge to give you new, creative methods for repurposing scraps. Get ready to create innovative cards and pristine scrapbook pages for memorable projects you’ll have a blast making. And, here’s the best part of all — you can learn it all for FREE!

6+ Stash-Busting Paper Craft Projects

By downloading our printable, totally free, PDF eGuide, you’ll unlock unique ways to use leftover paper like you never though possible. From thank you cards to custom envelops, you’ll have an abundance of projects that just scream “pin me!”

Playing with paper scraps

You’ll adore how simple: The eGuide is instantly downloadable to your PC or mobile device, and it’s also printable, so you can take it with you from the screen to the craft table in no time.

This guide, written exclusively for Bluprint by our paper-craft obsessed experts, is chockfull of step-by-step tutorials and project ideas to turn your creative ideas into paper reality!

Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll learn!

1. Ways to use leftover scraps for scrapbook layouts
2. How to embellishment using leftover paper
3. DIY paper scrap envelope lining
4. And so much more!

Fun paper crafts with leftover paper on craftsy.com

Plus, a bonus offer!

As an added bonus, when you download the free paper scraps eGuide, you’ll also receive an exclusive discount off your next Craftsy paper crafts class, so you can learn even more card making and scrapbooking techniques in our affordable, fun online classes!

Do you save you scraps? What’s your favorite way to repurpose leftover paper?

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11 Responses to “Create Pinterest-Worthy Paper Crafts With Our FREE Guide!”
  1. Deborah L Kuykendall
    Deborah L Kuykendall

    Lol I am addicted to craft paper and cards. I have 2 cricuts and much more. I actually do a pretty good job making cards, regular, easel, etc.

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  2. Jeannine Mays
    Jeannine Mays

    Yes I save my scraps. When I was teaching K,1,2, the scraps went into our Art Box. Now I hold on to scraps to use with mixed mediia projects and when I get around to it, my scraps will be used for making paper.

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  3. Lee Kooler
    Lee Kooler

    I viewed this on November 18, 2020 and do not see the pdf. for the guide. When will it be posted? Thanks, Lee

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    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Lee,

      Thank you for contacting us. The free guides are still getting added to the site. I apologize for the wait.

      Thank you!

      Reply
    • Customer Service
      Customer Service

      Hello Kathleen,

      Thank you for contacting us. The free guides are still getting added to the site. I apologize for the wait.

      Thank you!

      Reply