Scrapbook paper as a mood lifter

I have to admit that I haven’t been doing much photography lately.  I’m enjoying my paper crafting projects so much and the rest of my time has been filled with family stuff.  I have a few more word projects in the works now that I ventured to a scrapbook paper store a half hour away from me.  Oh so fun!

In fact, whenever I am feeling a little low or tired, I have only to flip through my stock of luscious papers and I instantly feel better.  You scrapbookers out there know what I mean, I’m sure.  It’s such a luxury to get to play with all the little doodads and embellishments as we create, isn’t it?

Let me know what you think in the comments.  In case you missed it, JOY is finished and in the shop ready for purchase.  And happy weekend!

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These papers are for HOME or WELCOME:




These I imagine for a playroom (PLAY):

playroomAnd these are for kids’ rooms (DREAM or BABY or a custom name creation):


These are for my mom (QUILT), who will love the sayings about fabric and quilting:


There are “sew” sweet papers for SEW too:






What do you think?


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6 Responses to Scrapbook paper as a mood lifter

  1. stacie says:

    I love paper too. The awesome colors and patterns are so fun. I can’t wait to find a little time to do some artwork. There is a really cool paper store by my sister’s house that I love to go to and just walk around and look. I still have a few sheets that I bought that I can’t seem to make myself use yet!

  2. Eydie says:

    I love the papers!
    You are on your way to make more awesome art.
    I can’t wait to see what you create.

  3. Erin says:

    Super fun! I too love fun papers and things that are colorful and organized in a rainbow order way just make me happy!

  4. Debbie says:

    Hmmmmmm…..that sewing papers are so cute. Wouldn’t they look nice on the letters “QUILT” or “SEW”……….for someone’s sewing room…..

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