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  • How-to: Silvery Tree Holiday Card

    Meg Kowieski

    Card. Use the Fuchsia base recommended in our How-To or modify with your favorite colors of the season. Materials Needed: • Silvery Tree Holiday Card How-To PDF • Fuchsia A2 Folded Card • Cover Weight Paper in Fushsia, Pure White & Shimmer Silver... The post How-to: Silvery Tree Holiday Card

  • How-to: Panda love card

    Meg Kowieski

    …note- perfect for your Valentine sentiments! Created by the Paper Source Craft Design team, you can construct your Panda Love Card with colors of the season, or mix and match with your favorite PS colors. He’s just too... The post How-to: Panda love card appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Ornament card invitation

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    …less than crafty files.” But, with the constant encouragement of colleagues — Linda, my go to for execution tips; Rebecca, who shares similar taste and IS crafty; and Kristen, who I frequently poll regarding the... The post Ornament card invitation appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: Mother’s Day pop-up card

    Meg Kowieski

    …be too. Make a Mother’s Day card that is sure to bring her smile to full bloom with this easy pop-up card design. It’s perfect for celebrating mom or other springtime occasions. Materials Needed: • Pop-up Card How to PDF • Chocolate A2 Folded Card • Chartreuse A2 Envelope... The post…

  • A must-see: Winter wonderland holiday card

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    Our handmade holiday card inspiration continues with this magnificent creation by Rick V., Midwest Regional Manager for Paper Source. The corporate office was buzzing when this wonderful creation arrived. Of course we had to find out more, so here is his story… Having spent the past few years…

  • Valentine card making recipes – yummy!

    Meg Kowieski

    …that inspiration and bringing it to life, we have our next round of card making “recipes”! Have fun and do something creative for Valentine’s Day! — Cindy PS colors: persimmon &... The post Valentine card making recipes – yummy! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: Happy Jack & Spooky Cat Halloween Card

    Meg Kowieski

    Wish your friends a Spooktacular Halloween with this adorable Happy Jack & Spooky Cat Halloween Card. Materials Needed: • Halloween Card How-to PDF • Beet A7 Folded Cards • Pumpkin Shapes Pack • Black Cover Paper • Curry Cover Paper • Eco-White Cover Paper • Fuchsia Cover Paper • Poppy Cover…

  • Win a PS Gift Card – tell us your inspiration!

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    …it seemed to be the Year of the Creature. How often have you looked at an octopus and thought, “He’s so cute!” Or swooned over quirky owls in the wilderness. Or infused holiday cheer with the... The post Win a PS Gift Card – tell us your inspiration! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Handmade holiday cards

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    Our Annual Holiday Card Contest drew to a close yesterday. Thanks to those of you who submitted fantastic and original holiday card concepts, voting is going to be difficult. While we wait for votes to trickle in from our teams, we wanted to put the spotlight on a few of last year’s…

  • Season’s Greetings! Holiday photo cards are here.

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    …there are more than 100 ways to show off those smiles in our 2011 Holiday Photo Card Collection. Our holiday assortment features dozens of festive styles, and new this year you can personalize... The post Season’s Greetings! Holiday photo cards are here. appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Upcoming workshop: Artful Paper Inspired Cards

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    …Join us for: Artful Paper Inspired Cards Workshop Saturday, May 28, 2011 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (local time) Click to register! Cull inspiration from master technicians and create colorful 3D cards using... The post Upcoming workshop: Artful Paper Inspired Cards appeared first on Paper Source…

  • Studio City inspiration: Wedding place cards & menus

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    …California. Photograph courtesy of Inktree Photography I worked with TwoYellowShoes to design a custom template since I wanted the grapevines to go with our winery wedding. To complete her... The post Studio City inspiration: Wedding place cards & menus appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

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

    Meg Kowieski

    …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 on Paper Source Blog.

  • Upcoming event: Annual Holiday Demo Days

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    …we are hosting two days filled with free holiday demonstrations. Drop by your local Paper Source store on November 12th and November 26th from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (local time) and get inspired! Our Holiday Demo Days are free to the general public and feature everything from... The post Upcoming…

  • Happy Halloween from our Home to Yours!

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    …Craft created by our Lincoln Park associates. So we decided to feature it in celebration of today’s holiday! Keep in mind, the team used scrap materials and pulled from our stock of “vintage”... The post Happy Halloween from our Home to Yours! appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Announcing: Couples Photo Contest

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    …Design team is looking for a few great couples to represent our new line of save the date photo cards set to launch with our 2012 Paper Source Wedding Collection this spring. The photos will appear in card samples on our website, in our catalog and in... The post Announcing: Couples Photo Contest…

  • Quick-step guide: snaps, eyelets & brads

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    A PS Fan fan recently wrote in about a 4″ x 6″ booklet idea she was working on and, like many of us, the final execution of her project was unanswered – How was she going to secure the pages of her booklet? Would it be snaps? Could it be eyelets? Or should it be... The post…

  • Easy decorative sashes

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    …punch of a paper sash. Decorative sashes are an easy way to decorate wedding invitations, programs, favor boxes and more. Here is our simple DIY formula: Object width x 2 + 1” = sash length Example: If you’re using half of an... The post Easy decorative sashes appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Upcoming event: A special treat for Oak Brook

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    …crafting expert, Linda Barrett will be at the Oakbrook Paper Source this Saturday, October 1 from 11am–2pm demonstrating bookbinding techniques, card making concepts and unique favor ideas. As a passionate paper aficionada and Head of Paper Source’s Workshops, Demonstrations and Special Events,…

  • Announcing: Holiday Photo Contest

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    …our new line of birth announcements, we wanted to let our fans know about another opportunity to inspire our designs – our 2011 Holiday Photo Card development is underway and we’re looking for families to feature in our catalogs, online and in our stores. Send your favorite... The post…

  • DIY wedding programs

    Meg Kowieski

    …and to-do’s, as you prepare (or help someone else prepare!) for the big day. Keep it simple while getting stunning results with these program ideas– the perfect way to usher in a grand affair! With so many card sizes... The post DIY wedding programs appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • How-to: Hunka Hunka Burnin’ Love

    Meg Kowieski

    …Hunka Burnin’ Love card. Utilize paper from season’s past or follow along with our color recommendations. Either way you slice it, this Valentine is better than a peanut butter and banana sandwich. Materials Needed: • Hunka Hunka How-to PDF • A7 Black Folded Cards • Persimmon... The post…

  • Rainy day crafts for kids

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    …the storm. We went through our archives to find a few kid-friendly crafts that will keep you from getting caught in the rain. Paper monsters Paper dolls & paper dollhouses Owl place cards Paper pinwheels Paper Source... The post Rainy day crafts for kids appeared first on Paper Source Blog.

  • Crafts for kids: New kits for boys and girls

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    Being the mom/stepmom of three boys, the thought of hosting twelve boys (ages 7-11), at the Evanston store terrified me! How would we keep these boys engaged in the crafts we wanted them to test? (Especially since we planned to sugar them up with donuts during the hour they were with us!) As it…

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