What Paperwishers are Saying

Written by terrie
 15 hours 44 minutes ago:
Well done ladies...
these samples cards were so beautiful....it's hard to just pick a favorite...they all turned out fantastic...
Thanks Gail for showing each template how they were used...
Written by Peggy
 16 hours 20 minutes ago:
Just beautiful! I wonder if wiping the backs of the flaps on the Peek-a-boo cards would help them slide better.You gals are my inspiration each week. Enjoy your day. Thank you.
Written by Annette
 16 hours 33 minutes ago:
Whoo hoo, templates my favs! TFS, Annette
Written by LindaH
 18 hours 24 minutes ago:
Loved this webisode. Careful instruction. Great projects. Beautiful creations.
LOVE your templates. They DO elicit exactly the responses you mentioned at the end.
Written by Sheryl in HOT, HUMID FLORIDA, ugh!
 1 day 5 hours ago:
Mrs. Paulette, Mrs. Gail, & ALL of Paper Wishes Staff: You All are just amazing! I TRULY LOVE ME SOME HOT OF THE PRESS / PAPER WISHES PRODUCTS!!

You guys have knocked it out of the park YET AGAIN on these newest templates!! Thank you so very much for all you ALL do for all of us crafters! A crafter can NEVER go wrong buying your templates, card kits, scrapbooking kits, stamps, etc.!! Almost half of my crafting supplies are your products (there are 3 rooms over flowing with yumminess - been working 1 1/2rs on trying to get everything organized, whew, what a job!)
Love all of your Webisodes, you ladies are a hoot to watch, you both compliment each other so well, keep up the Awesome work ladies and gents! Crafty love to you all! Sheryl 💓
Written by Nona
 1 day 7 hours ago:
I really love the engineered cards...so much fun to make and give. I always look forward to the weekly webisode. Thanks.
Written by Rita
 3 days 15 hours ago:
How fun and clever - and fast - is that! Also love the no calorie cake!! Thanks for sharing.
Written by Glo
 6 days 3 hours ago:
Really cute, what will they think of next?
Written by Nancy
 6 days 8 hours ago:
Thank You for the E-book and all the great ideals!
Written by Vicki West
 7 days 15 hours ago:
you could use paper clips at intervals where the two sides meet for a temporary hold so you can fold down and reuse again we used to do this with the store bought ones we used to buy
Written by Gloria Taylor
 7 days 15 hours ago:
Wow, great ideas for any occasions, thanks for sharing.
Written by Jessica Napolitano
 7 days 16 hours ago:
You can use a small paper clip to hold the paper edges together. Then it's easy to take apart.


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