This summer, I actually set a paper crafting goal -- to dig out paper that I have been "hoarding" and make myself use them in projects! (Easier said than done!) This past week, I found a DCWV 4" x 6" paper pad in my stash called "Once Upon a Time" that I had not touched.
It is girly paper, and I knew I would never use it for my boy layouts. Since I was in a card making mood, I went through the pack and tore out all the papers that I could see on cards, then I looked through my other paper box and found solid card stock pieces that coordinated with the printed paper. After three days, I have enough cards to give or to sell as sets! Here is what I came up with:
The card layouts are fairly simple, but in this case, I wanted to highlight the gorgeous patterns of the paper that went from "fairy tale" to more feminine, girlfriend cards. I am glad that I finally used this paper pack, and I'm very happy with the results!