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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Friday Favorites and a justjohanna deal

A quick update - the May special deal is in the shopping cart over at justjohanna. You can see it HERE.

You save 25% by buying the stamps as part of the deal. The samples here were made by Dianne McInrue - a very talented member of the justjohanna design team. You can see even more samples in the justjohanna gallery.


And for Friday Favorites...

(I know - its Saturday, crazy week this week).

Can you share with me your absolute favorite basic white cardstock? The cardstock you stamp on and use for card bases. What brand is it and where do you get it? Inquiring minds want to know (I might be missing out in something great!)

In other news.....

The Paper Garden Projects store is still growing!

I want to thank everyone for all their support so far. I'm trying hard to bring you the best products I can find at great prices. And I still have free priority shipping for orders over $50.

I have a bunch of new products to load in this weekend. May Arts Ribbon, new kits, new papers and new stamps from Paper Inspirations. So keep your eyes peeled! You can check in here: Paper Garden Projects

Have a wonderful weekend!

5 comments:

Heather Grow said...

I don't have a favorite white cardstock. I'm still looking so I will check back and see what your blog readers say. The last batch of white cs I bought looks great in real life but photographs gray for some reason so I'm really sad about that.

Darcy said...

I love your blog, your creations are just wonderful. The white cardstock I use the most is Georgia Pacific 110lb I pick up at Walmart. I hope you find a paper you like.

Debbie, said...

I do have a couple of favorite white cardstocks. I like Papertrey, but it is a bit pricey. I like it because of its weight. I did find another paper that I like even more. I got it at the local Kelly Paper store. www.kellypaper.com It is an 80lb paper with a brightness of 92. It comes 250 sheets to a package for just under $10, but it is fantastic for card bases as well as for stamping and coloring. It has a smooth finish and is acid-free. I think it may be called cover stock. The product number is 55981, but I could not find that on the website. Let me know if you need more info.

RaeAnne said...

awesome.. i love the different colors of purple

savitri said...

Cute!!!
I use SU and Bazzill or that other one that starts with a C... they have 12x12 and letter size. I've purchased some from the office store but not that great. Kind of bleed.