Botanical Layout

Hello! Samantha here today with a botanical layout using some of the new greenery papers. If you haven’t fallen in love with these papers yet, just take a peek at these gorgeous prints!

Supplies: Cherish Double Sided Paper, Greenery Double Sided Paper, Adventure at Heart 3D Stickers, Drinks Faux Enamel Stickers, Cameras Puffy Sticker, Paper House ColorWays Stickers

I am so ready for spring and everything that feels like spring. These greenery papers are so pretty and right on trend with their lovely botanical prints and soft floral themes. I feel like these patterns are so versatile, too. I have plans to make some wedding cards with it, they’re great for spring photos, and my layout today showcases them as a travel layout.

My photos are from a brew house that my husband and I visited while on vacation in Germany. The weather was gorgeous so we enjoyed our beer and dessert outside. The soft blues and green botanical prints seemed like the perfect background for highlighting these spring, outdoor photos.

I never seem to have enough journaling cards. One way to make cards that fit the theme of your layout is to add stickers to a piece of grid paper or plain card stock. For this journaling card I used one of Paper House’s faux enamel stickers. Faux enamel stickers are one of my very favorite embellishments. They pack a lot of bang for your buck. The gold foil on these stickers make them look especially rich and make any project look fancy.

For a bit more texture, I added some 3D stickers and some puffy stickers to the layout. The 3D stickers have some gold foiling that matches the faux enamel stickers and a bit of glitter for some extra sparkle.

If you need to get your hands on some of these gorgeous greenery papers, be sure to use code PH20SAMANTHA to get 20% off your entire purchase at Paper House.

St. Patrick’s Day Card

Hello! Samantha here today. One of my favorite holidays is coming up: St. Patrick’s Day. We have Irish ancestors and are very proud of it. I always send my Irish grandparents a card to celebrate, so today I have my St. Patrick’s Day card and matching envelope to share with you.

Supplies: Marbelous 12 x 12 Paper Pad, St. Patrick’s – March Sticker Kit, Mommy Lhey – Wild and Free Sticker Kit, Heart Punch (or die), Envelope Maker

I wanted to show a few things when making this St. Patrick’s Day card. First, I wanted to show that you don’t need a St. Paddy’s themed paper collection to create a card for the holiday. I knew Marbelous had a fantastic green as part of the collection, plus I love the white and gold paper that’s part of that collection. I forgot about the orange paper that’s also perfect for a St. Paddy’s card.

I also used a piece of the green Marbelous paper to create a matching envelop, because every card looks even better with a matching envelope.

The second thing I wanted to share is how easy it is to make a shamrock with a heart punch or die. Four quick punches with a heart punch and you’ve got the 4 leaves of your 4 leaf clover. I used some foam adhesive to pop them up in the middle of the card.

The last thing I wanted to share was a reminder that Paper House planner stickers aren’t just for planners. They make great embellishments for layouts and cards!

Paper House has a planner sticker for just about every holiday or occasion, so the possibilities are endless. Have a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day!

If you need to get your hands on some card making supplies, be sure to use code PH20SAMANTHA to get 20% off your entire purchase at Paper House.