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I have a weird request. I am looking for paper that looks like birch bark. My cousin is getting married with a nature/winter theme. I am making the invites and would like to incorporate the birch bark look somehow. I have real birch bark but it is next to impossible to work with - all curled up, brittle, etc. I tried to peel the "paper" off but then lose the white birch look.
Did you see you can order 3x5 samples of each kind at varying prices? This would be fun for some verrry special cards. I did love the amate paper, thanks for sharing, garnetJ!
Yes ... that's when I made myslef stop looking 'coz I was thisclose to shopping and all my (very limited) craft budget has been allocated for the Heirloom stamp convention this weekend (in Rhinebeck, NY).
could you use any of a variety of handmade papers and add some ink distressing to provide color/shape?????? I'm thinking Mulberry paper but that is because it is the only kind I've had experience with.
c-mouse-If you can't say nuttin nice--don't say nuttin at all. Thumper.
Card Sketch Challenge 1-187 done only 283+ to go to be caught up!!!!!
-30 and sweating
100 by 100 first round begins Jan 1, 2014