Playing With My New Papers & Sentiments





Printing the sentiments onto my patterned paper : )
(Print your paper design first, pop the printed sheet back into your printer and then print your sentiments on to it too.)





And if you've got these ... Martha Stewart Hydrangea Punches


... they work beautifully with the papers : )

Love Liz xx



  • Card Base: Paperchase
  • Patterned Papers: 'Hydrangeas' in Willow & Cream from the Colour Collection
  • Sentiments: 'Tiny {Blooming} Sentiments
  • Ribbon: East of India Gingham
  • Fabric Flower: Prima
  • Tiny Pink Button: Dress It Up
  • Crystals: Kaisercraft
  • Hydrangea Punches: Martha Stewart
  • Hydrangeas punched from Gold Linen Paper from The Range
  • Pearly Heart Button: from my local Haberdashery
  • Ribbon Bits and Kraft Twine

11 comments on Playing With My New Papers & Sentiments

  1. Wow Liz, You are well and truly back and i am so pleased!! The new releases are stunning, already purchased mine and can't wait to start playing over the weekend :) Keep up the fab work :)

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  2. Gorgeous Liz and I love the punch work! Perfect.
    Katie x

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous! Love them :) I made my purchases too and can't wait to get cracking. Emma X

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  4. Gorgeous card, the papers are fab! Will be purchasing them soon and maybe the punches too ;0) x

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  5. Wow its so nice to know your back you show us some amazing papers these are absolutely gorgeous:) Sandra H

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  6. Absoluty `Gorgeous` Liz I love your choice of papers teamed with those pretty rbbons and embellishments!!!TFS:) xxx

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  7. These are absolutely gorgeous Liz! Love them! xx

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  8. Liz, how do you print the sentiments without the white background, please?

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  9. Hi Chris,

    Do you mean you want to print them onto a patterned paper?

    I do it by layering my printing ... print your paper design first, pop the printed sheet back into your printer and then print your sentiments on to it too.

    Does that help?
    Liz
    xx

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  10. Thanks, Liz. I'll give it a go when I get home from work and let you know. :o)

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  11. Yes it worked! :o) I was thinking the words would be printed onto a white area but, of course, printers don't print white. Duh! lol

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