Scrapbook Paper Packs
New to scrapbooking or card-making and don’t know where to start? Feeling overwhelmed by the aisles and aisles of scrapbook paper sheets? Your best bet is to start with paper stacks. These increasingly popular stacks of designer paper, along with your basic scrapbooking tools, will jump-start your paper crafts inventory and will all around make your life a whole lot easier. Years ago, when scrapbooking was first introduced, paper crafters were left with the daunting task of picking and choosing coordinating papers. Stashes would grow and grow with random sheets of designer paper, and would sit for months with no rhyme or reason at all. Paper stacks avoid all of that confusion by offering sets of designer paper sold in themes to make organizing your paper a much easier feat; and when you couple that with the fact that they average just about 10 cents a sheet, will give you the best bang for your buck.
Each paper stack includes at least 2-3 sheets of the same pattern, thus expanding your options for the coordination of projects (i.e., two side-by-side scrapbook layouts, and a card to match). Paper stacks are also composed in sets so that 3-4 patterns that all coordinate are arranged together, making the design and development of scrapbook and card layouts much easier.
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