Monday, October 11, 2010

Favourites FIVE

Here we are again, Favourites FIVE. Today's favourite is the Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack. To be honest I really like all the Stampin' Up! Patterned Papers, but the Paper Stack is something not to be missed. You get a stack of 40 (yep you read correct...40!!!!) sheets of patterend paper. I adore patterned paper and have a considerable amount - more than I could ever use probably!!!! Anyway, you can choose which colour collection you would like the stack in...whether it be Brights, Subtles, Neutrals or Regals, all are available. With these colour collections you get 40 sheets which consists of 2 each of 2 double sided designs. The paper stack is also available in the In Colour range and with this you get 40 sheets which consists of 4 each of 2 double sided designs.

It is hard to do the papers justice in a photo, but the designs of the papers are gorgeous and if you are a scrapbooker, they are quite neutral (not overly girlish or boyish!). This is an In Colour Stack so there are only 5 colours in it. There is a stripe, a polka dot, a very fine words and this one shown above which I guess you would describe as a filigree. I love the paper stack. Below I have done a scrapbook page using the polka dot Pear Pizzazz colour and I really love how this page turned out.

I've also used the Stampin' Up! brads and the Pretty in Pink cardstock.

The paper stack is on page 127 of the catalogue and is $37.95. Item number varies depending on whcih colour stack you are getting.

Well there you have Favourite Number Five. I hope you are enjoying the series so far. We are half way through!

Don't forget to leave me a comment so you can go in the draw to win one of the gifts I have to give away at the end of the week.


  1. Beautiful page Emma. My wish list is getting longer and longer!

  2. Hi Emma, I do really love Stampin up pattern paper. I bought 3 lots a while back one was in pinks and browns, one was greens and browns and the other was in oranges and blues. I have used them so much! What a great idea to have a colour stack.

  3. What an excellent page, apart from bringing my attention to the paper stack you have inspired me to brush up on my photographic skills. A really beautiful page. Thanks for sharing!