Foodie Cards

Mmm … these foodie cards in the Upon A Fold shop are so tasty looking that I can almost catch the scent freshly baked pastries and bread wafting from the computer screen. The collection of die cut cards includes a trio of pastry message cards (chocolate cornet, cinnamon roll, and classic croissant included), a crusty baguette, a jar of cinnamon sticks, and a sweet honey pot card. Yummy!

Cinnamon Card | Upon A Fold

Baguette Card | Upon A Fold

Pastry Cards | Upon A Fold

Honey Pot Card + Envelope | Upon A Fold

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Valentine’s Day Cards, Pt. 2

I’m such a sucker for a punny card, and the Valentine’s Day cards in this roundup feature visual puns and illustrations that make them that much more endearing. Here, check ‘em out:

"Punny" Valentine's Day Cards as seen on papercrave.com

Above, clockwise from top : Luv You | Paper Elephant Press; Banana Split | Paperfelt; I’m Nuts About You | Hennel Paper; Arrow Love | Blackbird Letterpress; You Move Me | Hello! Lucky; Sugar Valentine | Inklosures; Sailor Love | Isabell’s Umbrella

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Quick Picks : 1.16.14

DIY Geometric Table Runner | Sarah Park (photo credit : Lauren Fair Photography)

DIY Geometric Table Runner | Sarah Park – via
(photo credit : Lauren Fair Photography)

This Week’s Picks

♥ Jordan Turner is carrying forth her grandfather’s artistic legacy via greeting cards featuring his beautiful calligraphy work in The John Turner Gallery.

♥ Incredible, laser etched barn save the dates by Shauna Luedtke.

♥ I think that I’ll be making some of these cut+fold paper stars from Mini Eco. So cute!

♥ Soft and sweet scalloped letterpress baby announcements for little Juna.

♥ Black on black letterpress = so sleek.

♥ Make Valentine’s Day treat bags from sheets of notebook paper. How simple is that? </InaGarten> – via

image from Ruffled

Valentine’s Day Cards, Pt. 1

I have to admit that I’m not a big fan of Valentine’s Day. Why do we need a special day to tell the people we love that we love them? However, I AM a big fan of awesome Valentine’s Day cards which, really, can be used any day that you’re in the mood to tell your sweet that you like them in the kissy kissy way.

Speaking of awesome Valentine’s Day cards, here’s a big bunch of my favorites:

Valentine's Day Cards, Pt. 1 as seen on papercrave.com

Above, clockwise from top : Lovely Valentines | Studio Sarah; Be Mine | Sugar Paper; Valentine Fade | Smock; Love Rocks | Rafftruck Designs; Please Take a Number | a. favorite; I Like You in the Kissy Kissy Way | Hello Small World; And They Said It Wouldn’t Last | Emily McDowell

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