July 2022 Review

Welcome to Paper Crafting With Rebecca! I am so happy you stopped into my little blog. I hope you find the information here fun, informative, and inspirational. I create this blog (and videos) because I love meeting new people and connecting with others in the paper crafting community.

July was "Christmas in July: Patterned Papers!" where I provided some ideas to get a jump on your holiday projects using patterned paper store bought and handmade. Such a fun festive month of paper crafting.

Let's start with a summary of the videos...

I created a couple of Tuesday Bonus videos for July, too! The first video was demonstrating the Card Sketch for Card #4 in Kendra's Card Challenge #7 Giveaway Video Hop. Such a fun hop and she had some great prizes for those of you who hopped along.

Another bonus video for July was an unboxing video showing you some goodies that Kokorosa Studio sent me. It is so fun to get some goodies gifted to me when being in a no-spend year!

If you are interested you can check out Kokorosa Studio at: Kokorosa Studio

They also gave me a coupon code to share with you that will give you 25% off: L28764

If you want to see some of the links I specifically received, here you go:

Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies With Christmas Decoration Border: Christmas Decoration Border
Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies With Happy Birthday Frame: Happy Birthday Frame
Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies With Flower Wave Border: Flower Wave Border
Kokorosa Morning Glory Fairy Clear Stamps: Morning Glory Fairy Stamp
Kokorosa Metal Cutting Dies with Rhombus Wire Fence: Rhombus Wire Fence Die

As far as I know I am not receiving anything (other than the free products they already sent me to review) if you click these links... but I hope it makes it easier for you to find the products if you want to try them out, too.

Here are a couple of photo highlights from July...

Switching up the fold for more interest!

My hubby and I celebrated the 4th of July
with my cousin and her hubby. So fun!

Shaker cards are always a hit no matter 
what season you create them for.

Somebody had his "Berry First Birthday!"

It is easy to add diversity to your paper crafting!

Someone asked me, "How do you store your embossing powders?"
I store them in what were once an embroidery floss boxes.
I simply cut off the lids and stand them on top of each other.

My hubby and I took time to hike
The Blue Ridge Tunnel. It was a cool
activity on a hot day!

As I showed in the video, these wreaths are so easy to
create and can be made in so many different styles of
patterned paper. It all depends on how you decorate them.

So that is the month of July! Hopefully having all the videos for July of 2022 on one page will be helpful to you. I will try to put up a summary each month to keep things organized as I go through this No-Spend 2022! 

August is "If You Can't Beat The Heat... Use It!" I will be providing some heat embossing tips and ideas for various projects every Friday of August. There are also some fun Tuesday Bonus Videos scheduled for your enjoyment, too! Be sure to join in the fun over on my YouTube channel: Paper Crafting With Rebecca . You can also find me on social media as @papergluefun . 

As always I love hearing from you in the comments!

Happy Paper Crafting,