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Featured Graphic 45 Designer on the Paper Crafter's Library Blog

Hi Crafters
I'm really excited to be this months Graphic 45 featured designer on the Paper Crafter's Library blog. (4th July 2012). There are sneak peeks of my projects below. To see the full reveal of each project, read a little bit about me and for details of all the supplies I used to make the projects just click this link to the Paper Crafter's Library blog.  
Happy Independence Day everyone

And now for the sneak peeks:

Project 1

 Project 2
 Project 3 

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by


  1. Gorgeous sneak peeks... can't wait to see the rosy one!

  2. I love your style so much!
    Will you be showing a tutorial on how to stitch pages into your book (as in Project 2)?
    I hope so as I think it looks so much nicer than using binding rings, but I wouldn't know how to start!!

  3. Just came from paper! Your work is amazing. I second that request for a tutorial on the is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing your talent!

  4. All three projects are glorious! I loved reading about your life and your creative journey. I think the paper ribbons behind the paper rose are just marvelous! Everything you do is elegant and polished. Thanks for sharing your creative spirit with all of us!

  5. I love all three of your projects. I can't tell you how much you have inspired me to create my papercrafting. You are an amazing woman with such a gift of creating amazing projects. I really appreciate you sharing your talent with all of us. I could never thank you enough. Big scrappy hugs, Mary

  6. Congratulations Claire ! Your projects are AWESOME !! Your beautiful work is so amazing, I love all of them !!!

  7. Hi Claire, the vintage Pince-nez Case is so exquisite ! I love it. Really charming projects and please a BIG HUG from me, thanking you so much for sharing your magnificent work !

  8. Oh my goodness, would you be my new BFF?!!! LOL!! I loved every single one of your beautiful projects, all are exactly my style. You are incredibly talented and I am so glad to have found your blog and your YouTube channel and will be following along to see what other lovely things you come up with. Thanks for sharing your ideas and talent with us all!

  9. Oh my goodness Clare! These projects are all so gorgeous! That Lady's Journal just blows my mind! I would love to learn more about how you sewed the pages in! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing creative talents!

  10. Gorgeous projects Claire!!!!!! I would be estatic as well if you consented to do tutorials on both the diary and that beautiful glass case. I would also love to know what die cut was used on the silhoute flower on the Pince-nez Case, and I am also curious as to how the pages were sewen into the journal. Maybe after CHA, as we all know how busy all of you are preparing for that. Thanks for sharing.

  11. kathleen schantz5 July 2012 at 17:19

    Would also love a tutorial for these projects. The papers are my favorite Graphic 45 productions. I can't seem to get enough of them. Thanks for your wonderful work and inspirations. Kathleen Schantz

  12. The rose is my favourite what a great job xxx

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