Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Amber Ink ipaper: A testimonial...

We just love stuff like this.
We really do.

As excerpted from Kristin Robbins:

 My first project is Birthday Banner and Princess Wands using Amber Ink iPaper. I used Tiny Picnic Gingham Whisper and this is my  first time ever using digital paper. I am thrilled to death at how easy it was and how wonderful it was to coordinate my projects!
This year my dd chose "Princess Theme" and I went all-in (don't I every year?? We won't revisit the hours I stayed up creating Gotham City for my son in 2010). Banners are HUGE and I had just bought the Cricut Princess Party Event cartridge so of course I needed patterned paper for the banner. I ended up printing 2 sheets since the first sheet wasn't enough... that's right... I made the cardstock banner a bit too big (and we ALL know I had enough cardstock to make my banner 4 times larger!) but I just went to my printer and out pops another perfectly coordinating gingham patterned paper. The cricut did all the work after that, of course. I just assembled and bam, the banner was done!
Well, then a few days passed and I was putting together the "goodie tins" for the girls (the boys will be knights and they get silver tins... I know, cute) and realized that the cartridge had wands in it. Well, it's a princess party and I wanted wands. I showed my dd and so I started cutting out the wands. The "coordinating layer" *had* to match my banner since it will all be on display on the same table. Out came a couple more sheets of pattern paper! SO EASY!!! 
I am completely sold on digital paper now.
And we're completely sold on Kristin.

Wanna see?

Happy Bday dd.

P.S.  All Amber Ink ipapers are sold individually for you to coordinate as you please.
Each pattern comes in three shades of full strength, whisper and hint.
Most patterns come in large and tiny.
All ipapers can be printed in either 12 x 12 or 8 1/2 x 11.

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Julia Dunnit said...

Oh my. I am a gingham lover. I'm not particularly into pink, but this Kristin..she could turn my head with this sort of pretty!

Amberbop said...

OH Julia, Isn't it lucky we have other gingham colors :) xoxo

P.S. Kristin is a complete visionary and I adore this, as an adult and as a kid who's mom always went all out.

Esther said...

Wonderful job Kristin!!! Gonna be a great party!!!!!