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  • Valentine Cards Made with Love!

    Pearl Plotkin

    …We put together three easy DIY cardmaking ideas to create this Valentine’s Day – of course, there are plenty of hearts involved. Stamp and Emboss Cards Materials: Envelopes Die Cut Hearts Valentine’s... The post Valentine Cards Made with Love! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Birthday Card DIY

    Paper Source

    …of crafting to have a supply of beautiful home-made birthday cards at your disposal. This craft uses the Ephemera Birthday Bash kit, which allows you to mix and match a selection of 40 die cut card stock with copper foil accents. Use... The post Birthday Card DIY appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: 4th of July Star & Ribbon Wands


    …star-spangled wands that are sure to be a hit amongst your little ones! Materials Needed: 4th of July Star & Ribbon Wands How-to PDF Star Die Cut Cards Red & White Paper Straws  Red Adhesive Crystals Crystal Stickers Elements-Silver... The post How-to: 4th of July Star & Ribbon Wands…

  • How-to: Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Badge

    Meg Kowieski

    Make St. Patrick’s Day a cinch (not a pinch) by donning a bit o’green you’ve created yourself! Our four leaf clover die cut shapes make it easy to wear some flair. Simply layer shapes, print and stick the labels and finish off with a glittery accent. Simple enough to make for all…

  • How-to: Garland of thanks

    Meg Kowieski

    …PDF • Printable Label Template • Turkey Shapes Pack • Paper Wraphia in Natural • Superfine Soft White 2.5″ Round Printable Labels • Small Die Cut Fall Leaves • 1/8″ Hole Punch • Transparent Tape • Scissors   Instructions: 1. Using the Printable Label Template,... The post How-to:…

  • Easy DIY holiday decor using PS fall kits

    Meg Kowieski

    …Stewart Living website and fell in love! But it also inspired me to point out an easy DIY solution. Using the Paper Source Fall Leaf Wreath Kit or Die Cut Fall Leaves as a templates, you could make this beauty out of old books, sheets of... The post Easy DIY holiday decor using PS fall kits appeared…

  • How-to: lovely leaf lights

    Meg Kowieski

    Add rustic charm to your Thanksgiving table using recycled jars and our Small Leaves Die Cut Pack. Assemble a cluster of jars at your table’s center and dress up mantles or shelves to add a warm welcoming glow. –Annie PS colors: peacock & paper bag Latest fave: Spritzer Rubber Stamp…

  • Art of Craft: New recipes for DIY cards & crafts

    Meg Kowieski

    …customer fave — Recipes! The Art of Craft lets you explore new techniques for rubber stamping, embossing and stenciling, along with digital die cutting and letterpress projects, through 46 easy-to-follow recipes.... The post Art of Craft: New recipes for DIY cards & crafts appeared first…

  • Behind the Design: Silhouette samples from PS experts


    …Craft, an inspirational resource page with recipes for rubber stamping, embossing and stenciling. We also explored DIY letterpress and digital die cutting projects. Paper Source associates, even many from your local store, offered their vision... The post Behind the Design: Silhouette samples from…

  • Introducing the Evolution Embossing Tool


    The Evolution Embosser from Lifestyle Crafts has us inspired. This universal craft tool lets you die cut, emboss, and letterpress all with one lightweight and portable tool. From wedding favors and invitations to handmade cards and paper accents, here are just a few ways you can personalize your…

  • Creative Holiday Wrap Ideas

    Paper Source

    So your shopping is done and the stockings are hung…now comes the fun part! Wrap your gifts in style this holiday season with these creative tips and creative gift toppers. Delightful Details  From left to right: Tags– Holiday Confetti Die-Cut Gift Tags, Hand Scripted Holiday To From…

  • Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Frosty!


    I like to think of our die-cut paper snowman shapes as a blank canvas, and I decided to create a rather debonair pair for the holidays. I’d like you to meet my Mr. and Mrs. Frosty! I’ve used just a few things to make my festive, dimensional characters. I started with our die-cut snowman…

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