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Thanksgiving is the holiday when we gather with family and friends to celebrate our blessings.   A big holiday needs a big card. This is A9, which is a full sheet of Paper-Papers, Reich Aveo, Brown Sugar, a light gold brown, paired with Stardream Metallic, Pure...

Thanksgiving is the time to gather together with family and friends to celebrate our blessings for food, family and all the wonderful things life has brought to us. Traditionally it was for the great harvest that was brought in this time of year. It is...

There is nothing more important than family and Thanksgiving is the time to share the love. Whether for invitations or more personal greetings, this card is fast, using paper from your other projects. The card itself is A2 size from the Crush papers, Coffee. This...

Quietly elegant or creepy crawly, let the fun begin, with Paper-Papers Halloween adventures in invitations and greeting cards. This covers two cards: the haunted house and spiders. Finally a chance to put them on cards and not gross anyone out. For the house I used...

Fall colors shimmer all over this card in celebration of summer's end. When the leaves turn, the trees are spectacular with gold, orange, and dark ruby with touches of the summer colors tossed in. This card is simplicity itself, so all of your family and...

Good Luck and good color with Cheery Lynn's Koi Fish and some holographic scraps. Start with Paper-Papers Crush Blue Lavender and size it for a matching A2 Blue Lavender envelope. Cut a full sheet of the Blue Lavender and cut it in half so it...

Great memories need a great journal. You will love using Paper-Papers REMAKE Black Midnight paper in the heavy weight of 192C/520 gsm for the front and back cover of a keepsake journal. Use Silhouette Double Sided Adhesive Paper to cover the front and back with...

Babies are a precious part of our lives and need a great box for all those first memories. Paper-Papers makes pastel papers in a very heavy weight, three of them are used here: Strathmore, Soft White in 600 gsm, Remake, Oyster in 192 lb (...

Wood engraving might be something you’re not familiar with. It’s a printmaking method invented in England in the 1700’s to illustrate newspapers. Now, in modern times, it still serves this purpose, but is also a technique some artists use to make original prints with.[caption id="attachment_2596"...

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