Waffle Flower Everyday Paper Release Blog Hop

Welcome everyone! I’m excited to share something new with you today!

Waffle Flower now offers pattern paper! These papers are designed by cardmakers, so expect to see some new and innovative approaches!

For example, Waffle Flower paper pads measure a generous 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches (half-page of US Letter size). They settled on this size to give cardmakers more paper and less waste! Simply fold each page in half to make a standard landscape A2 card. Or trim a page in half to make two A2-sized card fronts. This larger size can also be used for A7-sized cards (5″x7″). The beauty of our unique page sizing allows us to have half-half designs. For more details, visit their paper introduction page here.

My first few sets of cards is focusing on JJ Bolton’s Rainbow Paper Pad which you can use with her matching dies or on their own.

The paper is an 80lb cover weight paper which is the perfect combination of strength and flexibility. Our paper is sturdy enough for cardbases and diecuts but can still be bent and folded for most papercrafting needs.

Here I paired my rainbow striped background with the Outline Love Combo.

In theory, the idea of double-sided designs sound great! But us cardmakers know that it’s not that simple! Each of our pattern paper sheets has the design on one side only with a plain white back. No more sacrificing one pattern for another!

As I mentioned, the Rainbow pack pairs with JJ’s dies as well. Below I die cut the Fresh Rainbow Die from White cardstock and added directly over the rainbow. So quick and simple!

This card is finished off with a sentiment from the Fresh Rainbow Sentiments stamp set. If you are looking to make a lot of cute cards quickly, you’ll get a kick out of these paper packs.

To make sure you have a variety of options, each full-size paper pad has 12 designs. We understand that sometimes you need more than one sheet of a certain design, so our paper pads have 3 sheets per design. To make it easy to keep track of your paper stock, each design is stacked together (not collated). No more wondering how many of each page you have left and running out before you finish a project!

We know how disappointing it can be to take home a paper pad and have pages with crushed corners! That’s why each of our paper pads is bound on one side and individually shrink-wrapped. This improved packaging protects the paper and reduces the chances for damage in shipment. The binding allows for easy tear off without damaging each sheet.

For Waffle Flower’s first release in pattern paper, we have focused on basic patterns and colors that can be easily coordinated for everyday use. The first of these basic paper pads will have 3 color groups (Botanical, Enchanted, and Unicorn) in 2 pattern collections (Dots and Lines).

The beauty of our unique page sizing means that we can do a half & half design. These half & half designs will have mirror designs on one page. For example, our Dots pages will have half white dots on a colored background and half colored dots on a white background. The best of both worlds!

We will also be offering a Modern Neutrals line that has the same 12 basic patterns in each pad, just in different colorways! This is perfect for the folks that love to have exactly matching colors!

Other paper pads like Special Delivery have images that coordinate with our stamps and dies. We love mixing and matching products and now we can pattern papers to the mix!

SPECIALS

A kind reminder from Waffle Flower:”We appreciate every order we receive but we also recommend at this time of uncertainties, reserve your resources and use what you have first! Stay positive and healthy!”
From now till 11:59pm EDT on April 12th, all orders at $50 and over, placed at waffleflower.com will receive a mysterious gift! 

For those of you who are new to Waffle Flower, they have a Last Chance section on their website that lists many goodies for 25% off until they are gone! This would be a great place to start your collection!

GIVEAWAY

For today’s hop, Waffle Flower is giving away the entire Everyday Paper Bundle to THREE lucky winners. You can leave a comment on this blog and along the hop by 11:59pm EDT on April 12th, 2020 for your chances to win. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any of the posts in this blog hop and will be announced on the Waffle Flower Blog on 4/15/2020.

BLOG HOP

If you are here from Keeway’s blog you are in the right spot. You’re next stop in the hop is Rebecca.

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79 thoughts on “Waffle Flower Everyday Paper Release Blog Hop

  1. Teresa Doyle says:

    Very pretty cards Mindy and I have to agree with you on double sided paper vs single…I have come to the conclusion that as lovely as double sided paper is, I am ALWAYS torn on which side to use and feel as if I am wasting it when I do use it…. So instead I tend to hoard it and only use the ones that I definitely only like one side of. 🤣🤣🤣 This is a great idea!

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  2. Beverly Jordan says:

    Wow Mindy, you really showcased so many of the pads with the the fabulous Waffle Flower dies! The nested die for the stamp is adorable!! The rainbow with the Rainbow pad as well!! So much to love and want to use!

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  3. Lori Beck says:

    My favorite is the one that has the quilt pattern background.. Or the thank you with the paper pattern peeking out around the outside edge.. or all of them!

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  4. Sam Burnett says:

    Really interesting to me to understand the thought process behind creating these new paper pads and love the concept. Love your projects too; thank you for sharing.

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  5. Carolls E. Wortman says:

    Outstanding concept to this paper pad! You are right, hate to search for the last sheet that I already used up! Ugh! Love the stacking, and correlation throughout the entire stack. My favorite started out marble, but I’m leaning towards this special delivery! Thanks for the inspiration and Please be well!

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