Wild Roses

Hi there welcome to Passionate Paper Creations,
 Charlene here today sharing the beautiful "Wild Roses"
from our sponsor Sheepski designs.  
I have framed this beautiful image with Creative Basic Dies
"Fancy Circles" and and added beautiful flowers from I am Roses.
Be sure to head over to Passionate Paper Creations and Friends 
Facebook page and grab the savings discount!

Thanks for stopping and don't forget to join in all our fun on the Facebook page!



Seraphina's Heart

Welcome back to Passionate Paper Creations!

Robin from Robin's Crafting Nest here today.  
This is my first post here as part of the design team and I am very excited to be here.

Andrea Norris creates beautiful images and they are so much fun to color.

This week I worked on Seraphina's Heart.  
I just fell in love with this image and knew I had to color it.  With it's cute smoke heart you can use this image for a lot of different cards.

I also used some of my wonderful Creative Basics Dies.
Today I used the Hearts from the Grace Build-A-Card Die Set and Basic Cutting Edge Borders I
I just love the little stitching that is added around the edges.

Copic Markers I used

Scales: V01, V05, V06, V09
Wings and Body: BG0000, BG10, BG11, BG53, BG45, BG57
Branch: E33, E35, E37
Smoke Heart: C0, C1, C3

We would love to have you and there is a discount to Sheepski Designs this week.


SheepSki Designs

Welcome back to Passionate Paper Creations!
Shell here with a fun card I made using Sheepski Designs

The image used is: Jo's Daffodils
Matted using the

For this image I used a set of Kuretake watercolors I scored from my local
Hobby Lobby.
Definitely something new for me! But fun none the less!


I think I am smarter than a 5th grader!

Hello again, Rhea here and I just figured out that I am actually smarter than a 5th grader.  I can use my head for more than my favorite baseball cap and I love to engineer things that organize and save money and space! 

Let me tell you a little story.  While at Advanced Boot Camp this past weekend I saw this amazing cart from IKEA with a really cool holder for her Copic Markers from TJandThings.  I mean it was awesome.  The only problem is, I travel so much for teaching it wouldn't work for me.  As I looked at the cart several times I kept thinking I could put my refills on the other two shelves.  Well, they have holders for those as well.  And they are fabulous, let me tell you!  But with as much work as I do with my Copics I can't have any wasted space and I don't need to remove the refills.  But at this point, I was still going to purchase them.  

I come home and as usual, my brain works its best as I am sleeping.  Or Kathy my imaginary friend from childhood tells me these ideas...whatever, it works!  

So here we go.....

On the top where I have to have my case, I have no skid lining on the edges.  Ok, that right there makes me smart right! hahahahahahah.  As you go to the second shelf I started lining up the refills and cut spacers with the cardboard inserts that were in the packaging of the cart.  Yeah, baby recycle!
Then I started lining those puppies up tight, with a spacer that was tightly cut and 2" high in between each row.

Now, don't look too closely because you will notice they go from right to left...really...I'm left handed.

If you believe that excuse you are not a genius either.
For now, it stays!  And yes they are backward for a reason.  They are easier to grab when I need them...I am able to read upside down and backward too :)

By doing it the way I did, I was able to get all but 4 rows of refills leaving me with additional storage! 
I now have my scale to refill, all my cleaning stuff, and extra teaching supplies + leftover supplies 

This is the best part for me.  If you know me, you know I am Mr. Magoo and can not see up to 6 feet in front of me without my glasses.  Now they are eye level and I can see EVERYTHING SO EASY!  It gets better....the extra space where to box sits stores my Copic things I don't use all the time like extra markers, refills for my multi-liners, nibs, and rubber bands for my classes, extra cotton swabs, and baby Q-Tips.  

So for 24.99 + 10.00 for shipping I finally have the perfect Copic Organization in "LIKE FOREVER!"

I just had to share this with all of you and hope you get some inspiration from it.  Organization is my 2nd therapy.  Now someone tell me where my Y35 is!  It didn't come home from Arizona.


La-La Land Sponsor of the Week!

Today is the last day for you to get a sale from our Sponsor of the week - La-La Land Crafts
Now, you really didn't think I was going to give you the details here, did you?????
You need to jump over to Passionate Paper Creations and Friends Facebook Group to get it.

But before you do....I colored up two really cuties!  Yeah, yeah, Easter was so last month.  But I couldn't help myself.  I even did COLOR PALETTES WITH BOTH OF THEM!

Here is 

Little Chick Baby Luka Digi Stamp

with the Color Palette

Next Up is.........

Some Bunny Baby Marci Digi Stamp

with her Color Palette

Thanks for taking a look!  And thank you to everyone who Pins the Color Palettes!!!!  I promise I will start keeping up on them moving forward.  I've heard you loud and clear....xoxoxoxo


La La Land

Welcome back to Passionate Paper Creations..
Corinne from Wish Upon A Scrap here today and
This week La La Land is a sponsor of 

First I am using 

Copic Colors...
R30, 35,37,39
YR 21,23,24



 Copic Colors: 
E000,00,11,51, BV20

Come join in all the fun and discount on 



May IAR Challenge”

What can you do with the flowers from I Am Roses?  Whatever you can think of!
They just happen to be our Sponsor of the Week at Passionate Paper Creations and Friends Facebook Group!  I could give you the special discount they are offering but what fun would that be?  You'll need to hop over to the Group to get all the details.  

I actually love mixed media as much as I love coloring with Copics.  Using flowers is perfect for both of these projects you are about to eyeball and hopefully be inspired by.

oh yeah, I used my Copics to airbrush this clock and spritz with alcohol to make the colors bleed together this made it look old and rusty.  Then used ribbon from IAR and of course all of the flowers.  Yes, I am keeping this piece!

Here is a wall canvas that was inspired from something is saw at Marshalls.  I just loved it when I saw it and thought to myself....."self, you can make this!"  So I did it, my style.  All the colors are the colors of my studio rugs and black furniture.  The background was done with Copic Refills, alcohol, air compressor and a gold metallic paint pen, and paper towels.  I airbrushed the flowers using the same colors in the background.  Black strips of paper and a touch of bling.  
Yup, this one I am keeping as well.   

Don't forget to jump over to PPCF Facebook Group and join to get your discount!

Wish I had more time to play this week with IAR, but off I go to teach a class tomorrow and then off to the desert of Phenix!  I will blog again next week with updates from Advanced Boot Camp with Jennifer Dove. 

Until then,


I Am Roses

Welcome back to Passionate Paper Creations...
Corinne here today....
Sponsor of the week is I am Roses!!
If you love to use Flowers on your cards or projects..
I Am Roses has AMAZING flowers.. I truly love them..
roses of all sizes,  lily, carnations, cherry blossoms.. 
and fabulous leaves...
Just tons of different flowers and all different colors...
I have also used Creative Basic Dies.. 
I used the large rectangle for the image..which is
then used the tag pieces inside the rectangles..
I love this set of Creative Basic Dies.. it gives you so many options..  
love these beautiful butterflies..
Colored up with Copic Markers and Polychromos colored pencils..

 Close up of I am Roses flowers



Creative Basic Dies 25% off Sale

Hello, Friends!  Rhea here to let you know that tomorrow is the last day you can get Creative Basic Dies for 25% off!   So Hurry!  Now, this is only supposed to be for Passionate Paper Creations and Friends Members Only but I thought I would share with all of you as well!

Here are a few designs I've made here recently.

Please visit All of my dies at LDRScreative.com and enjoy your 25% off and don't forget to use the code at the top of the banner!!!!


Creative Basic Dies

Welcome back to Passionate Paper Creations...

I have been having a blast playing with all the Amazing Creative Basic Dies
here are the cards I have made....

This first one is using Fancy Circles and Basic Stitched Flags
and the dragon fly from the Allifair Build a Card dies and buttons from 

 This next Card is using 

on this card I have used Stitched flags



check out these Amazing dies... 
and come join in the fun on Passionate Paper Creations... 


Felt With the Heart

Happy Tuesday! Nancy here sharing a little crafting inspiration.

Today I'm sharing a card featuring the following dies from Creative Basics:

I have to admit - I love the heart dies in the Grace Build-A-Card Die Set! I've used them in multiple cards now -- they are just the right size to add as an embellishment to my cards.

Hope my card has inspired you!
See you over at the Passionate Paper Creations & Friends Facebook group!


Live Love Laugh

Welcome to Passionate Paper Creations!
Charlene here today sharing some creativity using dies only.
Creative Basic Dies is our sponsor this week at
I have used the "Fancy Rectangles & Layers" die and 
"Quilted Dragon Fly" embossing folder.

Don't forget to stop by PPCF and enjoy all the talent 
and amazing discounts from our sponsors!

Have a great day and find some time to get creative it is good for your soul♥