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When me and a bridal party I’m a part of were discussing our wedding crafting get together, it made me think “craft parties need to happen more often!”. So I grabbed my sprout and several crafting items and whipped up a little invitation for you. Friends, start crafting up a party.
Last month I took a bunch of veggies and used the sprout to create a collage, that I then made into an iron on transfer to create a tote bag. As mentioned before, photographing items and manipulating them is insanely easy on the sprout, so I wanted to do that again with this craft party invitation. It was pretty well the same set up. What I love about the mat though is that you can get it wet – essential for cleaning up spilled glitter. I had a lot of fun scanning all the items, and learned something new.
Sprout Tip: To reduce the amount of shadow, place your items on the top of the mat. This is as close to directly below the camera as you’ll get.
Sprout a bit more, so I opened up the Martha Stewart Craft Studio. The program has a ton of cute graphics you can use to create cards, invitations, scrapbook pages, and other fun paper crafts.
The Martha Stewart app has 5 themes, each complete with virtual paper selections, stamps, stickers, borders and cut outs. I couldn’t resist the adorable pictures (or ‘stickers’) of macarons and other delightful little treats, so I decided to play and make a birthday party invitation.
Now, download your invitations and start crafting!
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