Sparkly New Paper Packs & Oh my word! Sticker Sheets

Nonsense wakes up the brain cells. And it helps develop a sense of humour, which is awfully important in this day and age. Humour has a tremendous place in this sordid world. It’s more than just a matter of laughing. If you can see things out of whack, then you can see how things can be in whack.
~ Dr. Seuss

Basic Essentials Paper Packs

I’m truly delighted to announce the release of the Basic Essentials Paper Packs. You can choose between a 24 pack (one sheet per design) or a 48 pack (two sheets per design). These versatile new paper packs are perfect ‘starter packs’ – the Basic Essentials 12×12 paper range offers a good base of colours and designs that compliment a wide variety of printed papers and cardstock. Turn the pack around to see the first in my range of Oh my word! sticker sheets. I’ve been told that these are fabulous gifts for those crafty fingers out there…why not buy a gift for yourself too? Take a look here to see more…

Basic Essentials Oh my word! Sticker Sheet

Oh what fun it is crafting these sticky little paper friends. Each sentiment is carefully chosen and designed, individually, with love and a great deal of attention. You can now add that extra finishing touch to your scrapbook pages, handmade cards or craft projects with the delightful Oh my word! sticker sheets. The first 12×12 Oh my word! paper sticker sheet perfectly colour co-ordinates with the Basic Essentials paper range. Look out for the fun South African-isms to add some local flair to your next project. See the Basic Essentials sticker sheet here!

I’d like to say a huge ‘thankyoudankie‘ to everyone who have supported me in this process! I’m grateful beyond words. Please comment below to let me know what you think of my latest creations :)

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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