Playing with Paper


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March is a busy month of card making for me! So many of the people in my life have March birthdays so I stay busy/happy playing with ink, paper and adhesive in my studio. So much fun!

Here are a few paper crafting projects I have been playing with that you might enjoy seeing...

It was fun to make a delightfully silly card for our sweet toddler granddaughter, complete with squishy padded animal stickers and google eyes! Simple, but perfect for a two year old.


I made a birthday spinner card to brighten the day of one of my friend's!

Sadly, our dear friend's cat crossed the Rainbow Bridge, so an Angel Kitty card was in order.

I couldn't help it, I had to remind him he turned 33 this year! Time flies!

Of course, March required numerous St. Patrick's Day cards!

A "girlie" thank you card is always fun! I got the cut file from Dreaming Tree.

I transformed some plain yellow pads of paper into cute little paper pads to give out as "I appreciate your hard work" gifts. It is fun to see the smile when you hand a little goodie like this to the front office assistant at the dentist, the mail person, or the eye doctor's receptionist. Spreading a smile via paper! (By the way: this paper is from the CTMH I Heart Us collection.)

Of course, I have been making scrapbook pages for my small (8.5" x 11") scrapbook. This page is made with the CTMH Heart Happy Paper Packet.

Here is birthday card I made for another dear friend this month.

I created other cards, too, but as per my usual forgetful self, I forgot to take pictures of them! However, this gives you an idea of some of the paper crafting endeavors I've been up to lately. If you have any questions on cardstock or paper used, technique or comments on the projects above then please do leave them for me in the comment section below. I am always happy to hear from you!

Happy Paper Crafting,
Rebecca


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