Every year there is a pack of designer paper that I completely overlook until I get the paper in for my new catalog DSP paper share. Then, as I pull out the sheets to cut it down to 6×6 pieces, I discover some hidden gem. This year, Birds of a Feather is that paper pack!
So, I wanted to make some thank you cards for folks who ordered at a recent workshop, and so I pulled out this paper and started playing around.
And since I was so torn on which pattern of the paper I liked more for this card, I had to make a second version with a different pattern from the same pack.
I don’t know if it is the colors or the “cute” feel from these designs, but I’m totally digging this paper set!
Did you know? You can see a big picture of each pattern in a pattern pack online? It took me a while to realize that even though the information page looks like this with tiny strips of samples from the pattern, you can still get to bigger pictures. So start out on the product page like this:
If you click the “More Images” link under the picture, you can flip through bigger pictures of each of the patterns!
I know it took me a while to figure that out so hopefully that helps someone else!
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