Category: Paper Tips

Organizing Tips

Tips For Managing Your Paper Stash

I love paper but It has been a journey, that’s for certain!  There have been two parts of this journey; 1. defining my relationship with paper and 2. managing it, and in between the two I’ve had to simplify the process of using it. Before I go into how I’ve managed my paper stash, I wanted to talk about my relationship with paper and how it has evolved over the years. From single sheet paper to Double Layout Kits, there has been something to be learned from all of it.

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Organizing Tips

Organizing Your Paper Scraps

Let us set the scene: You just finished a project, it could be a layout, card, snap frame, or whatever you’ve sat down to do! You’re all sunshine and rainbows because it’s finally done! And then you look around, realizing you’ve made a mess (Unless you’re that rare clean crafter type- let us know!) and you’ve come to a crossroad….throw out the scraps or keep them? The decision doesn’t have to be hard if you know how you’re going to organize that mess! Here is the key to organizing and condensing your scraps so that you can easily use them later down the road!

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Events

A Closer Look At All Kiwi Lane Paper Products

Kiwi Lane has been designing scrapbooking paper since 2015 and since then we have dedicated years to mastering the science of designing paper. From pocket paper kits to card paper, we’ve put 100% into designing cute and useable paper.

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Paper Tips

The Science Of Kiwi Lane Paper

Our job as designers of paper is to make your job as the designer of your page as simple, fun, fulfilling, effective, and practical as possible. That’s why we spend many hours analyzing our paper and spending our time getting it right so when you use it, it comes together simply. We thought it was about time we share what we think about when we design paper so that you can effectively use your paper!

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The Best Things in Life
Paper Tips

The Best Things in Life

Using That Old Paper Hi guys, Gail here. If you’re anything like me, you have approximately 245,000 sheets of scrapbooking paper in your stash, give

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