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Premiere Papier Tole Personal Shopper Kit

I am so excited to announce our newest Personal Shopper Kit- Premiere Papier Tole! Now you can have the newest designs before anyone else on the planet! Papier Tole die-cut sheets are hugely popular for card making and scrapbooking projects, and they’re so easy to use! Our customers have been raving about the designs and the results!

Here are a few scrapbooking and card making projects using some of the Papier Tole sheets available on Paper Wishes. Look at how beautiful these 3-D embellishments are!

A Cuppa Papier Tole

Art Nouveau Foil Papier Tole

Playful Flower papier Tole

Victorian Roses Papier Tole

In the Premiere Papier Tole Personal Shopper kit you’ll receive TWO packs of Papier Tole sheets. The sheets may be foil Papier tole, pyramid Papier Tole or paper Papier tole. You’ll also receive coordinating papers and a full-color newsletter packed with card making and scrapbooking project ideas, plus, tips for using your new Papier Tole designs!

Premiere Papier Tole is every other month and the cost is $12.99, which includes shipping in the US and Canada. International members will receive a $2 shipping credit. Just for joining you’ll receive FREE 2 packs of foam squares. The first shipment is June 23.

Visit Premiere Papier Tole Personal Shopper to sign up today!

Here is a sneak peek of the 2 Papier Tole packs in the first kit:

Music & Roses Papier Tole

Artful Christmas Pyramid Papier Tole (sheet1)

Artful Christmas Pyramid Papier Tole (sheet 2)

Come join the fun! We’d love to have you as part of the Personal Shopper family!

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2 Responses to “Premiere Papier Tole Personal Shopper Kit”

  1. Denise says:

    I love Papier Tole and have been doing it for a couple of years now collecting supplies whenever I went back home to England for a visit. However, I’m running into a problem with the US Mail. Cards are being damaged or not going through because of the the thickness. Any recommendations other than using padded envelopes to send them in ?

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