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Archive | April 13, 2012

Gallery Highlights | 4.13.2012

[Editor's Note: This is the first article in a new weekly series. This feature is a fun one and promises to be full of inspiration! Our goal is to find layouts and cards and other paper crafts in the various online galleries that are worthy of a special highlight - those that really jumped out at us when we looked through the gallery and made us want to take a closer look. I hope you enjoy this series as much as we do. -- Nancy]

What fun this is going to be to do – I get to browse galleries full of fabulousness and call it work! Looking through the galleries this week, these projects grabbed my attention immediately. How about we take a closer look? You can click on the links to visit the layouts in their galleries and view supply lists, leave a comment for the designer, or view the designer’s other work.

Cloud Watching by Kelly Noel

What a beautiful and innovative layout this first one is! I love the die-cut clouds and the soft floral paper contrasted with the woodgrain background paper. It’s a beautiful layout that really sets a mood immediately.

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Noteworthy | 4.13.2012

Well, it’s Friday the 13th…here’s the latest news that you should know before you run screaming to hide from things that go bump in the night!

New mid releases, like hordes of undead zombies, just keep coming! This week we’ve got new announcements from Pink Paislee and Authentique Paper.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #109: My Supplies Are Talking To Me

This week, Dina Wakley and Shimelle Laine joined the Roundtable to talk about scrapbooking process. (Scroll to the bottom to see the layouts we talked about!)

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