Papier Tole II
September 20, 2011

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Sandhills Patty (posted 3 years ago)
I love the foil paper toles. I like to off-set the upper pieces, just a little. It increases the 3-D effect 200%. Also the DMC color infusion metalic threads go great with a lot of your papers and toles. A secret is to run a glue stick over the fibers, and let dry. It's so much easier to tie bows, and place on your project. You can then fray the ends a bit, if you want.
Pauline (posted 3 years ago)
I am going crazy with the Papier Tole. I can't get my ideas worked up fast enough. Such beautiful results. Thanx so much!
Natalie (posted 3 years ago)
These new papier tole designs are so breathtaking! How can we get gallery photos and directions for the cards that used the Nature's Ferns foil sheets? Thanks for awesome inspiration and products each week!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
The Fern card is now in the gallery. I agree, it is wonderful!
LINDA IN NC (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Addictive!!! That's what you are -ADDICTIVE!!! Just can't get enough product and love your webisodes for my daily fix!
Ashley (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I love, love, love the paper tole! I like to put a layer of Glossy Accents on the extra art pieces to make little epoxy-type embellishments.
Connie (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
Love these bundles, much easier to get matching papers than the local scrapbook store.
Deborah (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I just adore your paper tole sheets. Becauuse they are die cut they are super simply to punch out. It is an easy technique with impressive results. You must give these a try I think you will be instantly hooked
jeannette stecik (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I enjoy your webisodes sooo much. You are both so talented and wonderful teachers. Thank you so much!
kathyc/northcarolina (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
I have all of these paper packs, and some of the papier tole. I just finished making the most GORGEOUS Thanksgiving cards using Rich and Spicy with the matching Papier Tole. It was easy, the results were elegant, and I am addicted!
Linda (posted 3 years 1 month ago)
How do you get the computer generated sentiments placed so nicely on the die cuts?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
It's a great technique. Print out your paper then place the die cut on top (you may need to hold it up on a window). Re-do the text to fit your die cut. Then lightly tape the die cut on top of the printed text and re-print. It prints perfectly!
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