Here is just one of over 100 new items coming to Melissa Frances for 2015. We will not be attending CHA this year but will be at the Atlanta Gift Show. If you are a store find us in Builing 1, 7th floor U09. All items will be up on the website soon.
DIY holiday houses are such fun projects to make and decorate with this time of year. Today we have another project from design team member Rachel McAffee to share with you.
She says: I covered a chipboard house kit with pink and vanilla striped Sweet Life paper and added a bit of silver glitter around the windows and door. I then placed the mini house on top of a paper mache treat box and added pink tissue around the base of the box. I embellished the house with a mini flag, banner and a pink bottle brush tree.
It's begining to look a lot like Christmas! We have an adorable Christmas project from DT member Rachel McAfee to share with you today.
She says: For this project I used the vintage inspired "A Merry Christmas" pattern paper. I simply painted a wood base and block with cream paint, then cut out a square of paper to fit the block. I then embellished the top of the stand with pleated satin ribbon, a mini ornament and placed a couple bottle brush trees at the bottom.
We are excited to share about an upcoming workshop at Paper Tales in San Diego, CA which is being taught by Melissa Frances design team member Karin Aguirre on on Saturday, December 13th 3:30-7pm - You will get to make both globes!
To register, ask any questions, or purchase a kit, please contact Paper Tales directly.
3690 W. Point Loma Boulevard, Suite N San Diego, California 92110
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we are excited to announce that Black Friday deals are up NOW on the Melissa Frances etsy storefront. Make sure you pop on over to check them out. CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR ETSY STORE.
We always love seeing projects that our customers make using our product lines, and this display piece using our "The Sweet Life" collection (designed by the talented duo of Everyday is a Holiday) made us so happy when it landed in our inbox.
Russian paper crafter Elya used a hoop and fabric for her base, then layered our paper products on top of that.
Thank you for sharing your creativity with us and our readers Elya. This is just beautiful!