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November 21, 2008



Hi there, your cards are awesome. Where can I buy the mulberry paper.

Dana V. (*danavee* on SCS)

This is AWESOME! I've been hording mulberry paper for YEARS, and never use it... I will now!



Love what you did here! I must try it!

Mary Davidson

Great tutorial! Your cards are just beautiful and this technique adds so much. Time to drag out my sewing machine. Thanks so much for sharing this technique!


this is stunning and sure does remind me of my fun sewing days!thanks for the fab tute!


Wow! I just discovered your blog and I'm hooked! I've loved your stamps for a while now, and I love your tutorials on your blog. The paper chenille is just gorgeous! We're in the process of moving and my craft sewing machine is all packed up. I didn't think I'd be needing it right away, but now I can't wait to get things moved and find it again so I can try this!


Diane Noble

Lori, this is a fabulous tutorial. What a neat, creative idea! Both cards are totally adorable. Definitely will try it. Thanks so much.


You were the Tutorial of the Week at Card of the Week.com. You can see the original post here: http://www.cardoftheweek.com/2008/11/crafting-101--2.html.

I did use a picture from your post, with links back to the site and the original post. I hope that is OK. Please feel free to email me if you need me to change anything.

I also have an “I was featured” on badge for you if you want it :D


Hi Lori,

I have an award for you on my blog!

Lori (Chef Mama)

Wow, Lori! I totally remember doing this! What a cool idea to do it with paper! Thanks for sharing this!


I found you via the Card Of The Week blog and love everything I've seen here so far, especially the chenille! Very pretty! I'll be adding you to my Google Reader.

Renee' Guggenmos

I love it!!! I love the baby one the best, really reminds one of chanile! nice work!!!

Laurie Wilson

WOW!! I love it! I am frantically digging around my craft room looking for my long lost mulberry paper! I guess I'll just have to go add some to my cart!

Kim Teasdale

Whoa! What a fantastic idea and a fabulous tutorial!! Wow! Thanks, I will have to give this a try ;)


What an awesome tutorial! That mulberry paper is going straight into my cart!!

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