Die Cutting Made Easy With Scrapbook.com Paper Pads

Hey crafty friends! Halloween is officially behind us (but don't tell anyone I'm still privately crafting with Halloween goodies!) and today I'm sharing a card with a bit of a nod to fall. It's the colors and die cut choices that say fall to me and it was easy to achieve by die cutting with Scrapbook.com Paper Pads.

Die Cutting Made Easy with Scrapbook.com Paper Pads - Shine Card by Juliana Michaels #scrapbookcom #cardmaking

Now before we get into the paper pads and die cutting, I want to share that I was greatly inspired to create this based on a beautiful card created by Jan Hobbins. I borrowed her idea of using the Candlelight Colorize, the baseboard frame and the fall theme. I then added my own touch and style and by using the Funky Foliage dies along with a different color palette.

Here's where the Scrapbook.com Paper Pads come in so handy! They come in a literal rainbow of options. Each paper pad has a color theme with colors that go together beautifully. For this card I used the Boho, Neturals and Harvest Paper Pads. All of these have color combos that are just perfect for fall themed projects.

These paper pads come in a range of size options including A2 (4.25x5.5 inches), Slimline (3.5x8.5 inches) and 6x8 inches. The paper weight is 85 lb 210gsm making it perfect for die cutting and layering! Currently Scrapbook.com has 16 different paper pad options including 2 glitter paper pads. You can buy the paper pads individually or you can buy bundle sets of the various sizes if you just can't decide which one to get!

Here are some of the features of these paper pads:
  • Includes 8 different colors (5 sheets of each color)
  • Colors coordinate perfectly for layered mats & die cuts
  • High quality
  • Affordable
  • Versatile
  • Perfect for die cutting

You might have also noticed the printed paper in the background of the card. This is a 4x6 card from the Simple Scrapbook Family Cards trimmed to 4 x 5.25 inches. These are actually pocket cards that were designed for scrapbooking with pocket pages, but they are also fun to use in cardmaking as well.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and learning more about die cutting made easy with Scrapbook.com Paper Pads.


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