More Crafting!

{Written by Amber}

Well, as you can see, I’ve had some extra time on my hands! (Extra time is something that neither of us are used to…but, we are definitely adjusting to it very quickly!)

Stitched Love

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Asian Nature

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Pasted Pages

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Pretty in Pink

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Hanging Hanbok (Traditional Korean Formal Wear)

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Country Hearts

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I made this “Thank You” card for a student who surprised me with chocolates on Valentine’s Day.

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Royal Love

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It’s nice to have a stash of pre-made cards…

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Do you have any favorites…?

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24 thoughts on “More Crafting!

  1. I love all the heart stitched cards! I’ve never made a card before, so this is great inspiration! Thank you so much for visiting and following my blog! Hope to see more of you! 🙂

  2. These are beautiful! I agree with Lindsay, you definitely could sell those. But then, I would have a hard time giving them up if they were mine! Thanks for sharing them with us.

  3. I love these!!! My question is what do you find are your best sources for the paper that you use? Are you buying new stock or are there secrets for recycling old products, if so what kind of places do you get your stock at?

    • Well, my husband and I are currently living in Korea, and they have great paper supplies here. I wrote a post about the the craft stores that I get my paper from (https://jaredandamber.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/the-korean-craft-store/). I most of the paper I get comes in very large pieces (2′ x 3′ or slightly bigger). Some of the paper is similar to regular scrapbook paper, but the type of paper I really like is the traditional paper. It is handmade in Korea and very unique. The “news paper” looking paper I use is actually some Korean wrapping paper I found (you can’t get English newspaper here, so I was delighted to find this). I save all of my scraps in ziplock bags and reuse what I can…but, as far as recycling Korean paper products, I just haven’t found anything that would be useful (yet).

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