16 WOW! Paper Crafting Picks of the Week

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Barnyard Babies Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Charlotte’s Web.  Simply brilliant idea by Shawn de Oliveira – details

Prepare to be WOW’d by these 16 fantastic card ideas.  Each Sunday, I share my Pals Paper Crafting Picks of the Week.  It’s an inspiration palooza! I love what members of my talented Stampin’ Pretty Pals Community have dreamed up using their paper, stamps and ink!

Pals Paper Crafting Picks of the Week Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

The links below each paper crafting project will take you to the designer’s blog (IF they have one) for more details, tips and a spot where you can add a comment or ask a question.  If there’s no blog listed, feel free to leave a comment or question on this post.

DON’T FORGET!  Be sure to hover over the photos and pin your favorite card ideas to Pinterest. Easy peasy!

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Crazy About You Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUpA striking collection that packs a punch!  By Nicole Everitt – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Paper Pumpkin Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Adorable Halloween treat holders created by Michelle Quinno – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Six Sayings Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Incredibly chic for fall by Windy Ellard – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Gorgeous Grunge Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

I love these artful details by Kim Jolley – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Happy Scenes Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Bits of shine, bling and magic for the holidays by Jennifer Michalski – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Merry Moments Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Marlene Heringer

Metallic trim adds dazzle to this darling Christmas card.  Marlene Heringer – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Hardwood Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

The woodgrain background is perfection!  Ginger Pelfrey – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Flap Bag Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Jessica Wilson

Fresh & simple wedding favors by Jessica Wilson – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Wicked Cool Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Terri Orr

Spine tingling shadow box by Terri Orr – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Six Sayings2 Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Boo-tiful pillow box design by Rosanne Mulhern – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas A Little Something Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Here kitty, kitty!  Spooky fun by Debbie Mageed – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Home for Christmas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

A poinsettia masterpiece by Wendy Klein – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Cheer All Year Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

I’m batty about this trick or treat basket.  By Beth McCullough – details

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Curvy Box Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Yvette Lama

Yvette Lama gets a hole in one with this clever idea – no blog

Pals Paper Crafting Card Ideas Lantern Mary Fish Stampin Pretty StampinUp

Teresa Nystrom

Don’t miss the backlit sleigh ride in this luminaria by Teresa Nystrom – no blog




11 Comments:

  1. cmcaskill2015

    All of these are Beautiful and some, very creative!!! Love them all!

  2. AMAZING project line up. OH WHAT TALENT!

  3. Yep, those are WOW cards and projects, lovely … Great job !!
    Tfs,
    Hugs Frenchie

  4. Patricia Gessner

    Really great cards!!! Wonder if there are any instructions available for the luminaria?

  5. Such an amazing collection of cards and projects today!

  6. These guys are just crazy good, no?

  7. Deborah Atkinson

    Love this selection. Awesome job everyone.

  8. Thanks for sharing Mary. These are great. I always enjoy your blog.

  9. Instructions for the lantern:
    Cut 2 CS- 6 x 6 3/8″
    Score both- LONG @ 3 and 6″, SHORT @ 3″

    Fold and burnish
    Cut windows with Decorative Label punch
    Place piece of vellum in each window, secure with mini glue dots
    Using the Sleigh Ride thinlits, cut out 4 pieces and secure with glue dots or Fast Fuse. I would avoid glue for this part of the project.
    I sponged the edges with gold ink, but white or silver would also look nice. Lots of ways to decorate these!
    And of course, battery tea lights only.

    Thanks for asking!

    Teresa

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