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Hello Dear Creatives, Glad you found your way over. I have to admit I don’t do a lot of paper-crafting, but I occasionally love to make a card for that someone special or a special event such as a wedding.

Now this card tutorial is great as it puts a vintage spin on the look with tissue paper. Now that has me spinning with ideas! You can have a look at the end result but to see how easy it is by just watching the tutorial.

Inspired PaperTrey Ink

The best thing about finding about this team of designers is they have a challenge every Monday where you can share what you make. *but they require 1product from the demo to enter. But if your paper-crafting you probably have it?

For more paper-crafting inspiration just visit Inspired Papertrey Ink with Nicole Heady. One more thing if you live in Ohio they are having a  one day retreat Stamp-A-Faire in July.

That is it for today & don’t forget to subscribe we will be having lots more creativity coming your way. *Note to self take on the challenge and use up the material I have on hand.

Have you tried paper-crafting? What projects are your favorites? If not are you inspired to give it a try now?


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  1. Paper crafting to me is ‘paper art’ and I do this by way of creating origami art, specifically Kusudama flowers to use in decor, bouquets, mobiles, etc. it is a work in progress for me, as I step baby steps into learning and marketing my flowers on Etsy. i love paper!!!!

    1. Thanks for stopping in and sharing your paper art! I especially love the bouquets you are creating! Continued success with your shop!

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