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(Kristine): Hi! I’m Kristine from Close To My Heart.
And today I want to show you how our themed
paper packets can be mixed and matched to
create unique coordinated designs. Do not be
afraid to think outside the kit!
Now, although we create each one of our beautiful
kits with a theme in mind, especially working
with these great hero papers, lots of the other papers
from various kits can work together so well when
mixed and matched. I want you to take a look at some of
these great projects that I’ve brought here.
This particular card features papers from the Later
Sk8r, from Surf’s Up, from Tommy, from our
For Always kit. Look at this wonderful card, so
many different papers. When you shy away from
that hero paper, you can get a lot of variety. So even
though these papers are from different kits, don’t they
all fit together so nicely?
When you mix and match papers from various kits
you have even more options for creative papercrafting!
So, all you have to do is tell us which one of the
new Spring/Summer 2013 paper packets really
sets your heart aflutter — and, of course, why
you LOVE it — for a chance to win one of 20 paper
collections we’ll be giving away. Just make a
comment on Facebook, Jeanette Lynton’s blog, or YouTube
prior to February 28, 2013 for your chance to win.