Creating these little cups is quick and easy. If your hobby store doesn’t carry paper ice cream cups, borrow a few from your local ice cream shop. (They won’t mind!) Tear one apart to use as a template and place it flat onto your favorite decorative paper. Trace the outline with a pencil and cut […]
Ever want to write a lovely, old fashioned, romantically sentimental note, but didn’t have quite enough enough time to compose a world class poem and write it out in perfect penmanship?
Who doesn’t need a little creative color at their computer? We’ve put together this fun wallpaper from one of Wooster & Prince’s classic and most popular design themes. We’ve also included a handy calendar for the months of February thru June 2010.
Enjoy whatever traditions bring you good luck in the New Year with a quick invitation to friends. For my invitation for New Year’s Day brunch, I layered various sizes of Wooster & Prince “Tapestry” and “Mod Cubes” patterns onto a 5″ x 7″ piece of card stock.
You can create your own “Welcome Home” banner with this simple project. Print out a word, a name, or a phrase in your favorite font onto heavy card stock paper. Be sure to use a large font size (50 or higher) and a font style with thick letters. Cut each letter out with scissors or an exacto knife. Using the card stock letters as a template, trace the outline onto your favorite patterned paper and then cut these letters out as well.
To make these decorative jar lids, cut a circle shape approximately 2″ wide than the width of the jar lid from a favorite patterned paper. I used Wooster & Prince “Hither Creek” and “Delicate Damask”. Tie coordinating satin ribbons (shoestring or 1/4″ width) around the paper to secure it to the lid. You’ll have to ask Tom for the Apple Butter recipe …