It’s Friday friends, and we’re celebrating with a roundup of some inspiring blog projects using our popular Photo Sleeve Fuse tool. We’re hoping these projects will get your creative juices flowing in case you have some crafting time this weekend. So, grab a warm cup of something yummy, and get your Pinterest board ready!
1. FUSEables Card Kit Mini Album
Our FUSEables card kits make for easy and beautiful cards, but did you know that they also make for easy and beautiful mini albums? Just add some photos, grab your Cinch binding tool, and you’re good to go! CLICK HERE for the original blog post with full instructions, plus a video tutorial.
2. Planner Pocket Page
The Fuse is perfect for creating custom pocket pages of any size for albums and planners. We just love the pencil shavings pocket Tessa added to her September planner spread. Genius! CLICK HERE for more photos and details from her original post.
3. Shaker Scrapbook Page Title
Adding shaker elements to scrapbook pages is easy with the Photo Sleeve Fuse. And our FUSEables paper means no adhesive is needed! CLICK HERE to grab the how-to for making this shaker page title by Eva.
4. Monogram Luggage Tags
Take your DIY luggage tags to the next level with the Fuse. Add confetti, sequins, and a monogram made with the Mini Alphabet Punch Board for a stylish and fun look. CLICK HERE to learn how to make these.
5. Interactive Scrapbook Page
Adding waterfall sleeves to her layout with the Fuse tool allowed Chantalle to include plenty of memorabilia from her family’s trips to the zoo. What a great way to include special memories! CLICK HERE for more details about this project.
6. FUSEables Cinch Album
There are so many beautiful papers and embellishments in our FUSEables collection to help showcase your photos. We just love this FUSEables mini album–perfect for these darling photos! Full instructions for this project are on the blog HERE.
7. Travel Shaker Card
This clever and beautiful card is a blog favorite. We love the blue sequin shaker pocket behind the world die cut. Did you know that you can die cut the FUSEables plastic paper? Check out Eva’s tutorial on the blog HERE.
We hope you’ve enjoyed the Photo Sleeve Fuse inspiration we’ve shared with you today. Have a great weekend friends, and be sure to pull out that Fuse tool and get creative!