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  • How-to: recycled origami hearts

    Meg Kowieski

    …This recycled craft really says, “I heart the planet.” In just six simple steps you can fold old catalog and magazine pages, even shopping bags, into wonderful decorations. String a cluster of hearts from a tree... The post How-to: recycled origami hearts appeared first on Paper Source…

  • Easy home décor idea: recycled vases

    Meg Kowieski

    …top. Oh, the daunting task of clean up. As I sort through the mess, I hesitate to throw the empty tomato can in the recycling bin. As usual, I’m scheming, plotting, thinking: what could I make with this? My... The post Easy home décor idea: recycled vases appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Dressed up recycling

    Meg Kowieski

    Paper Source is a full of color and creativity, and you don’t have to look hard to see that the team really loves inventing new things! What I love about our space are all the little surprises that pop up – the creative things people bring in and add to their... The post Dressed up recycling

  • How-to: paper covered pencils

    Meg Kowieski

    …– not disposable – pencils makes complete sense in this time of reusing and recycling. Enjoy the fruits of your labor over and over (and over again)! –Annie PS colors: gravel & beet Latest fave:... The post How-to: paper covered pencils appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Paper ribbon made with love

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    …mix and we’re thrilled to have new paper ribbon. These gorgeous biodegradable ribbons are made from 100% cotton that is responsibly grown and dyed in the USA. The ribbons can be recycled or composted after use. And... The post Paper ribbon made with love appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Upcyle Old Paper Into New Spring Treasure

    Rebecca Burick

    As you do your spring cleaning, give new life to papers that are in your recycling bin by turning them into unique storage totes and plant holders. Follow these steps to create chic, upcycled organization for your desktop or coffee table! Laquered Bag What You’ll Need: Heat Tool PVA Glue Glue…

  • Girls Night Out: Renew, Reuse, Recycle!

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    …with caring for the planet, in this years Girl’s Night Out: Renew, Reuse, Recycle! It’s the perfect combination of our classic crafting with a twist – using reclaimed catalogs, calendars and other papers to... The post Girls Night Out: Renew, Reuse, Recycle! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Workshop: DIY Calendar

    Meg Kowieski

    …calendar ready. We have many beautiful designs to choose from but one of the most creative calendars we have is one that lets you be the designer!  Our DIY Calendar comes with 12 monthly grids printed on recycled paper and a gem... The post Workshop: DIY Calendar appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Put A Name On It – New Personalized Note Pads!

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    …fabulous and functional note pads sets with a name of your choosing. Pads in each set contain 70 sheets of recycled paper and feature exclusive designs that are sure to grab the attention of... The post Put A Name On It – New Personalized Note Pads! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Fresh spring party favors

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    …favors or baby shower favors). I picked out these sweet mini grape hyacinths at the market and set them into our recycled takeout boxes, lined with a simple wax paper to prevent moisture from showing. An unexpected gift for... The post Fresh spring party favors appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Fresh spring party favors

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    …favors or baby shower favors). I picked out these sweet mini grape hyacinths at the market and set them into our recycled takeout boxes, lined with a simple wax paper to prevent moisture from showing. An unexpected gift for... The post Fresh spring party favors appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Creative gift giving: Flip flop bracelets (with printable tag)

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    …that make me happy (in no particular order): chocolate, coffee, sheets of Lokta paper, new felt tip pens and, now, flip flop bracelets! I love mixing different color palettes on my wrist with stacks of these recycled bangles, and I absolutely love the story behind them. These bracelets are made…

  • How-to: lovely leaf lights

    Meg Kowieski

    …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 Cleaner…

  • How-to: robot invitation

    Meg Kowieski

    For fun and easy kids party invitations, we used our blank recycled printable invitations, and Smencils scented colored pencils to bring our robot rubber stamps to life. Be sure to use a fast-drying ink like Versa Magic to prevent smearing. Great for a kid’s birthday party, and the kids can…

  • Sign Up For January Workshops

    Paper Source

    …has everything you need to get organized and get organized. From making your own calendar to using materials from your recycle bin, we have something everyone will love. We even have a camp for the kids. Read below for... The post Sign Up For January Workshops appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

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