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Owl Folk cards

Hi everyone,

While I was away on holiday in the Lake District last week I put together lots of cards using the Papermania Owl Folk Ultimate Die-cut and Paper Pack and the patterned cards and envelopes set. I liked this range straightaway when it came out last year and I keep getting it out to craft with every so often, which is a sign of a good collection! I like the Ultimate packs because as well as papers and toppers you also get decoupage sheets and alphabet stickers in the pack, and in Papermania’s more recent ones (like Geometric Neon and Country Life) you also get special papers like vellum or acetate sheets. The packs also include things like little envelopes or gift boxes to assemble but I don’t tend to use those as often.

So anyway, here are all my cards!

Owl Folk cards | stickerkitten.co.uk

Owl Folk cards | stickerkitten.co.uk

Owl Folk cards | stickerkitten.co.uk

Owl Folk cards | stickerkitten.co.uk

Owl Folk cards | stickerkitten.co.uk

Owl Folk cards | stickerkitten.co.uk

Comments

  1. Lauren | April 11, 2016 Reply

    Love anything owl related, some great ideas there, esp like the use of string and gems. I had a mag with some papers from this release free and ended up doing xmas tags. Versatile designs.

    • StickerKitten | April 13, 2016 Reply

      Thank you! Yes, owls are great aren’t they. I don’t know anyone who hasn’t loved an owl card I’ve given them!

  2. Sue Hudson | April 12, 2016 Reply

    Super cards! I also have little use for boxes in the ultimate packs, I often cut bits off them to use as toppers.

    • StickerKitten | April 13, 2016 Reply

      Good idea! I’ll have to try and be more inventive with mine :) x

  3. Lea | April 12, 2016 Reply

    Wow fabulous cards. What great papers etc x

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