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  • Founder’s Day

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    …in her honor we’d like to call this Founder’s Day and take a moment to reflect on her (which she would just hate but we’re going to do it anyway!). Sue founded Paper Source over 25 years ago after a life-changing trip to Japan, during... The post Founder’s Day appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: Independence Day paper rosettes

    Meg Kowieski

    …Inauguration Day 2009. To celebrate the day, the PS Design team had streaming video of the day’s events projected onto a wall, framed by curtains and hanging red, white and blue (lake, of course) paper rosettes. It really created a festive patriotic... The post How-to: Independence Day paper…

  • Cloudy day fun with owls

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    …about saving things for a rainy day. However, the skies do cloud over in Autumn. During such gloomy days, we’ve found that Paper Source kits are the perfect way to gather the family around the table – away from TV, Internet and... The post Cloudy day fun with owls appeared first on Paper…

  • Paper Source Special Event: Wedding Day Details

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    …to make their wedding truly special! Our hands-on Wedding Day Details event will feature fabulous seasonal wedding ideas for wedding programs, placecards, table tents, and favors. With the help of our... The post Paper Source Special Event: Wedding Day Details appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Paper Source handmade cards

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    …Something Creative Every Day”, and we have some very lucky folks here who get to live this out making handmade greeting cards for a living. If you’ve visited our stores, you’ve seen our greeting card wall full of funny, thoughtful and lovely cards. Among these you’ll find…

  • Holiday card making ideas

    Meg Kowieski

    card making! But with the hustle and bustle of the season, the task can seem daunting. Luckily, with a little imagination I’ve discovered a few ways to embellish cards that are quick and easy. For example, what’s easier than peeling and sticking? Decorative... The post Holiday card

  • How-to: halloween wreath card

    Meg Kowieski

    …presto-change-o… a spooktacular Halloween card is born! When I find a technique or idea that I love, I use it for all types of occasions throughout the year by making simple changes to the design. This card is super... The post How-to: halloween wreath card appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: cupcake birthday card

    Meg Kowieski

    card or invitation. With this birthday card, we repeated the punch using the cupcake cutouts to create impact with lettering. In addition to the cutouts, you can also use the negative spaces left by the hole punch to create little peekaboo windows into the... The post How-to: cupcake birthday card

  • Happy Father’s Day, Dad!

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    …Father’s day card (this technique is great for a kid’s or baby’s room too). Start with our nifty 3-D craft letters, colored paper and some large photos printed on superfine white text weight paper. Our superfine paper works great with inkjet printers, and the... The post Happy Father’s Day,

  • How-to: cozy snowman holiday card

    Meg Kowieski

    …your own festive snow-people to use as holiday cards or gift tags. We love this snowman’s happy smile and glittery scarf and mittens so much that we’ve featured him in our blog last week and also in our... The post How-to: cozy snowman holiday card appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: new home greeting card

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    …extra special handmade card to their new address. To honor this significant life step I went with the theme, “Moving on up!”. With a few easy cuts I was able to create a fun pop-up, and heat embossing provided realistic... The post How-to: new home greeting card appeared first on Paper…

  • Paper Source Special Event: Holiday Card Making

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    You asked for it… our first ever Holiday Card Making Girls Night Out! Get your creative juices flowing while you play with our new holiday rubber stamps, punches, cards and glitter – leave the mess with us and take home all sorts of great ideas. The event is this Thursday, October 1, so…

  • 2009 holiday card contest winners – store submissions

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    …Holiday Card Contest submissions from a few of our stores. We think you will find these soooo amazing and inspiring that if you haven’t already sent cards for the holidays, a brilliant handmade New Year’s card may be just the ticket! –Linda PS colors:... The post 2009 holiday card

  • 2009 holiday card contest winner – website submissions

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    …to our 2009 Holiday Card Contest! Below you will find some of our customers’ homemade holiday cards that were web submissions, separate from the store submissions (to be featured soon). We’re sure these will make you ooh and ahh,... The post 2009 holiday card contest winner –…

  • My first homemade holiday cards

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    This year I challenged myself to make my own holiday cards – my first attempt…ever. I’ll admit, it takes a lot of time, but I’m so happy with the finished product and I know the recipients will be too. My holiday card design was inspired to by things: 1. Annie’s blog…

  • How-to: adorable turkey placecards

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    We have a wonderful customer here in Dedham who loves to create her own special holiday cards and decorations. She visited us recently on our Grand Opening Day in search of a Thanksgiving placecard idea, perhaps a twist on our classic Turkey Placecard Kit. Along with my fellow associate, Calla, I…

  • How-to: chocolate puppy favor box

    Meg Kowieski

    …kid’s party favor boxes — or a rainy day project for kids to make themselves. Come by your local Paper Source store to see this favor box created in person! Materials needed: Chocolate Pocketbook Favor Boxes Chocolate Oval Scallop Cards Cover Weight Paper in... The post How-to: chocolate…

  • Rubber stamping my way through my wedding!

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    …for a way to carry a theme through elements like my wedding invitations, wedding envelopes, menu cards, etc. And although I am surrounded by inspiring design ideas and expert crafters every day at work, I am NOT a crafty person myself,... The post Rubber stamping my way through my wedding! appeared…

  • Cool paper craft idea: paper kites

    Meg Kowieski

    This is a great craft idea we put together to brighten our moods on a rainy spring day. Paper kites are a fun project to work on with kids and they make wonderful party decorations, or wall décor. (One day when we are master kite-makers we will figure out how to make these for outdoor... The post…

  • Crafts for Christmas: paper stockings

    Meg Kowieski

    …each of my department co-workers. Hung from a hutch and flanked by other holiday paper decorations, it’s a treat to walk into our area each day greeted by such a festive scene. These personalized Christmas stockings are... The post Crafts for Christmas: paper stockings appeared first on Paper…

  • Charleston Wedding: Part 2

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    With save the dates under her belt, Sarah moved onto planning her wedding invitations and day of details. Continuing to leverage colors from her inspiration print, she used Sapphire cardstock to create a custom piece that would hold all of the items in her invitation suite. She backed her printed…

  • Desk embosser, woman’s best friend

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    A typical day in my life: 4:30am- get up, do yoga for ½ hour 5:00am- take shower 5:15am- walk dog 5:30am- drink coffee, watch the weather, get dressed 6:00-6:15am- leave for work, drop Gus off at Doggie daycare 7am-6pm- WORK-WORK-WORK 6:15pm- pick up Gus from Doggie daycare 7pm- whew! Finally get…

  • How to tie a bow

    Meg Kowieski

    Learning how to tie a bow is easy with a little practice, and is a wonderful skill to have for gift wrapping, card making, and more. We love our double-faced satin ribbon for tying a bow – it’s silky and flexible, and always looks amazing…but you can use almost any ribbon type with…

  • 5 steps to perfect rubber stamping

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    Here it is, your step by step guide to perfect rubber stamping and heat embossing, just in time for holiday card making*. You see us using these techniques all the time, and there’s a reason for that – they’re super easy and add a professional decorative look to all types of…

  • How-to: rocket party invitation

    Meg Kowieski

    …launched (no pun intended). It’s perfect for kids’ parties and is an image that’s timeless for year round use. Here we used it with our For Date Time Place rubber stamp to make a folded card into an... The post How-to: rocket party invitation appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: gingerpaper advent calendar

    Meg Kowieski

    Advent calendars are so much fun for kids (and adults!) – a festive count down of the days til Christmas. We were so excited to come up with a way to create an advent calendar using our Gingerpaper House Kit, so that kids could actually make their own (yes, with some help from mom or... The…

  • Nature-inspired color combinations

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    …the tiny farmer’s market that sets up just a block away from my apartment. I can’t wait to walk by each stand to see the fresh produce picked just days earlier. But my favorite is the fresh cut flower selection. Many times I don’t... The post Nature-inspired color combinations appeared first on…

  • Countdown to Paper Source Girls Night Out!

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    The countdown begins, only six days left until the Paper Source annual Girl’s Night Out! Some stores have already sold out– but don’t worry, encore events are already slated at select stores for Thursday, August 13. Don’t wait, register now! In honor of our new , this…

  • Idea: decorated brownie tray

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    …brownies (a jazzed up version of the boxed kind that could fool anyone). While I like to use something inexpensive that I can leave behind, those disposable aluminum trays kind of kill the presentation. And if my mother... The post Idea: decorated brownie tray appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: monogram gift tags

    Meg Kowieski

    …an initial to gift tags, wrapping paper and cards is a great way to personalize a gift. These monogram gift tags can be made from any kind of paper, whether solid color paper, decorative paper, even an old postcard or last year’s holiday cards! We’ve shown gift tags where the letter…

  • Favorites: India rubber stamps

    Meg Kowieski

    …as one clean image or stamped in multiples they really make a statement. When I find a new rubber stamp design I love, I make several cards and gift tags to keep on hand. These cards would work for birthdays and as thank... The post Favorites: India rubber stamps appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Paper Source Workshop: Wedding Save-the-Dates

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    …for some great ideas, including templates for printing (finally some easy to use Word files) for creating unique “Save the Date” cards for all your guests? Look no further, because we have created the perfect class for you! You’ll get to walk away with samples of each project…

  • Homemade personalized stationery

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    …and adding their name you are honoring their personality and creating a one-of-a-kind gift. A stationery set can be as simple as a collection of note cards and envelopes, but by adding other letter writing components... The post Homemade personalized stationery appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Thanksgiving ideas: grateful boxes

    Meg Kowieski

    …boxes are so wonderful to decorate – the perfect blank palette for adding colored paper, ribbon, rubber stamps, etc. I will also have a stack of “I am thankful for” letterpress cards on hand so... The post Thanksgiving ideas: grateful boxes appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: robot cupcake topper

    Meg Kowieski

    Repeat your party theme in unexpected ways…rubber stamps aren’t just for cards or invitations— here we use them as super easy cupcake toppers. Create your own look or theme– works great with almost any medium or small sized stamp. These are a perfect pair with our robot invites. 1.…

  • Idea: inspired holiday party placemats

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    At this time of year, we at Paper Source are reminded of how blessed we are to be surrounded by inspiring ideas every day. We recently had our annual office Holiday Party. To get everyone in the holiday spirit, we asked team members from around the organization to design placemats to be used at…

  • Buyer’s faves for back to school — Lindsay

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    …friend who claims to care about the environment but nevertheless drives a three-ton suburban mini-tank to her yoga classes, or happily sucks down 14 plastic bottles of water a day. Fortunately,... The post Buyer’s faves for back to school — Lindsay appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • The making of a rubber stamp

    Meg Kowieski

    …you know we have a soft spot in our hearts for rubber stamps. Our very first rubber stamps were created from drawings done by Paper Source’s founder Sue, and to this day, stamps are still created from drawings and designs... The post The making of a rubber stamp appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • This weekend: a first look at the new at-home letterpress machine!

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    …to see the brand new at-home Letterpress Machine! We are so excited about this amazing table top machine that allows you to make your very own letterpress cards. Paper Source is one... The post This weekend: a first look at the new at-home letterpress machine! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Paper monsters kids craft project

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    …asked me to come up with a fun project she could do with her students for Halloween. When I think Halloween, I think monsters, which led to these colorful paper monsters. The basic shapes are made from circle cards,... The post Paper monsters kids craft project appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

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