Monday, October 8, 2012

Paper Pusher

Wow, what a wonderful weekend!  I hope everyone had the chance to celebrate World Card Making Day on Saturday.  But, gee, isn't EVERY day card making day?  It is around here!

I have a true confession.  I push paper, and I like it.  My "day job" consists of many hours in front of a computer processing paper.  But my passion is paper crafting!  Today's post is about the paper now provided in our Paper Made Bakery Fresh Baked Kits.  The Fresh White card stock that comes in every kit, every month, is now Neenah Classic Crest.  If you aren't a Copic marker user, that may mean nothing more to you than, "Hey, this is fabulously thick, dreamy card stock!"  If you DO use Copic markers, then you may already know that this paper is the BEST (IMHO) paper to use with Copics.  Either way, it's a win-win!
Falling Apples
These little apples tumbled into my basket, which turned out to be a quick and simple birthday card.  The Copics took on a watercolor effect this time, but I kind of like it.  That tiny dotted aqua ribbon is a whiz to work with and easily makes nice, little bows.

Enjoy the new and improved Fresh White card stock now in every Fresh Baked Kit.  
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  2. forgot to say how much i love your card in my first comment! the background paper border, ribbon and sentiment are perfect. love how they all frame that sweet image...great coloring too! LOVE having Copic-ready white CS available to me. I've never tried neenah CS before but have been wanting to. need to find a replacement for pti white and this is a great way to get a sampling of it. thanks for thinking of this! love the upgrade :)

  3. Such a darling the falling apples...

  4. This is adorable! I love the apples and the coloring looks beautiful.

  5. Copic ready paper makes such a huge difference, thanks for pointing it out. Love the movement on your card. So cute!


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