Brush, Marx & Co. – it’s an abstract thing!

“It’s not about what it is, it’s about what it can become.”
~ Dr. Seuss
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Brush, Marx & Co.

Brush, Marx & Co. is a collection of 6 Ooh La Limited scrapbooking papers that is all about brush strokes, paint splatters and abstract canvas layouts. With a colour scheme of Dazzling Blue, Chocolate Chilli & Mellow Yellow, you’ll have tons of fun getting artsy with this collection that exudes enthusiasm, positivity and character!

Macho textures for macho men!

Say hello to Macho Camo! This might be one of my new personal favourites, not only for the cool camo texture, but I simply adore the linen reverse side, which is incredibly subtle & versatile! I’m also a total sucker for all things old school and feel like Knitty Gritty in Chocolate Chilli is absolutely adorable…where are those Grandpa photo’s now!?

hello CARDS, a world of cardmaking awaits!

This range is fast becoming one of the most affordable ways of building your cardmaking stash! With a total of 6 papers, that gives you 48 new options to create handmade cards to your heart’s content! I’ve sneaked in a little surprise…the oh-so-popular Gypsy Heart designs all resized for the card makers in beautiful Chocolate Chilli. Can’t wait to see your works!

The core basics for your paper stash!

What would Lady Pattern Paper be without Basic Essentials? Today I’m introducing Sweet Spot, a delicate 3 spot design sporting a soft arrow-like design on the reverse, perfect for those delicate layouts and cards. The charming Granny Print is now available in Dazzling Blue and Mellow Yellow! Oh, have you noticed the new colour? Mellow Yellow is a fun, happy, yet subtle yellow making its debut to the Lady Pattern Paper range of colours!

Designer, Creator & Lover of Life!
Lady Pattern Paper stepped into the South African paper craft industry as a supplier in May 2015. Born from a dream by founder and proud owner Bernike Coetzee, to bring core designs, produced locally in an attempt to offer South Africans a little piece of homegrown goodness.
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