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Picture perfect party paper!

Picture perfect party paper - now there's a tongue twister!!

This Designer series paper is so fun.  It has beautifully photographed party accents that seem to pop from the page.

There's everything party - party hats, whistles, bows, confetti, presents and donuts.  Yep, mouth watering donuts! With icing!!










I saw some cards created by Mercedes Weber, where she used this Polaroid style on her cards so I just had to try it. It showcases the paper so well.









The paper pack is 6 x 6 so you can get 4 cards from one sheet which means you can create a whole lot in a very short time.  The reverse of the papers have great co-ordinating patterns that I made into little banners. From here it doesn't require many embellishments, just a little sparkle with a glimmer paper star!








These can be used for all sorts of things - not just birthdays.  Any celebration really, and even to cheers someone up.  I mean, who wouldn't be happy to see those donuts!!

Want to try it for yourself?  Grab some paper from my store now!



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