Posts Tagged ‘paper’

when you love paper like I do, something like this, will always get you excited.



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From patterns to florals a new inspiration source for me is vintage wallpaper like this:



There is plenty of resources out there for inspiration, and it can be used in so many different ways from envelope liners like these or on the back of a party invitation like this.

If you need more ideas on how to use wallpaper in your home with stationery etc.,  this book, which has been  featured on a series of blogs, is the perfect resource for all types of creative uses and projects for wallpaper. 


If  you’re ready to create some goods of your own visit this place for some great vintage wallpaper and then have fun.

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In the age of smart phones {especially the new iphone} its easy to place all your contacts information in your phone.  Even with the smart phone, I still love a lovely address book and these from Echo Design are just so lovely.  While a smart phone is oh so helpful, I still delight in having an address book too.

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While this wallpaper would look great in a room, couldn’t you see it on a note card or as the backing to a fun invitation. 

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I’m a bit addicted to my blog reader and spend the day sifting through wonderful blogs and was delighted to see these lovely blooms from Linda and Harriett.  I love that these have push pins on the other end.  They can serve as great wall decoration on an inspiration bulletin board. If you are feeling like tackling a DIY project these would be perfect for decration at a party or invitation.

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Wine Wrap

When you go to your next dinner party with a lovely bottle of wine in hand dress it up using this gift wrap kit.  This would also be great if you’re hosting an event and would like to add some decorative flair to your party decor. 

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Ok, these, are so lovely.  I love the memo plates and cups.   What a sweet twist using classic notebook or graph paper as plates.

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