Friday, December 17, 2010

Ho-Ho-Holiday Layouts

Just in time for Christmas! Our friend Veronica sent in these double layouts using Paper House's new Christmas papers and Glitter Rubons.

The holidays look so HAPPY at Veronica's! I love the details she used on these pages, from the Paper House embellishments and papers to the little pennants she used on the pages below.
Thanks for sharing your family's fun with us, Veronica!

Have the merriest Christmas, everyone! And remember that Paper House's Christmas Collection will be here to help you scrapbook your family's Christmas festivities!
Check out all the products Paper House Productions has to offer for year-round scrapbooking and crafting projects at

Monday, November 15, 2010

Hey, we all sneeze sometime...

Paper House Productions recently introduced a line of Pocket Tissues! No more boring tissues... each tissue is printed with adorable pet images and cute sayings.
I'm told people even wipe their pets' noses, so these are perfect for pet owners to keep on hand!

Check with your local pet and gift retailers for our pretty and practical Pocket Tissues - just in time to stuff those holiday stockings!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Chicago, Chicago! It's my kind of town...

One of the perks of working for Paper House Productions is that I get to attend trade shows around the country (and now Canada!). During the Summer 2010 show circuit, I helped our reps at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, only this time I took a day to do some sightseeing. And, why not scrap my wanderings using our very own 12x12 papers and cardstock stickers in our Chicago Collection?

I cut out part of each 12x12 paper (Chicago Map P-0280E, Chicago Collage P-0281E), leaving a top edge of 1" and trimmed about 1/4" off the bottom to allow for the top edge of the cardstock to show. Each photo is mounted on cardstock (Recollections). Stickles glitter glue adds the bling to the two "Chicago" cardstock stickers (STCX-0068E). Two Millennium Park images from our cardstock stickers fill in the center portion on the right-side page, and various chipboard banners and frames used for photo captions add an interesting touch (thanks, Shaena!).

Something I like to do with projects from my travels is to add pieces of brochures, maps, and other souvenirs that I collect on my trips. On these pages, I made a pocket from the same cardstock used to mount my photos. I decorated the pocket with a portion of the guide book map on which the hotel's concierge marked his recommended sights, then stuck my ticket stubs in the pocket. The Art Institute of Chicago's logo from their brochure cover, mounted on black cardstock, not only adds color and interest but covers up a part of the photo I didn't want to show!

Where to next....?

Monday, October 4, 2010

Sticks and...

Veronica down Arlington (NY) way sent us this double layout featuring her son's Lacrosse team. I love that she took time to cut around the top stick on the Lacrosse paper so it would show in front of the photo. That, along with the use of pop dots for the letters and assorted cardstock stickers, really adds a great 3-D effect.

Products used:

P0219E Lacrosse Paper
P0264 Soccer Collage
P0300E Distressed Grass
STCX-0007E Lacrosse Stickers
Bazzill cardstock - 12 X 12
PSX ink stamps
Pebbles Inc. Mackavilli alpha stamps
Fiskars Deckle Paper Edgers

Left Page

Used the Lacrosse paper for the background.
Used a 5 x 7 picture of the team and cut it to 7 X 4 1/2 and matted it on a 9 X 5 1/2 partial piece of paper from the Soccer Collage
I cut around the lacrosse sticks so all of the stick could be viewed and layered it partially over the picture.
I added the cones and words SCOOP, CRADLE and THROW from the cardstock stickers on left side of picture.
I had taken a picture of my grandson's shirt (front & back) and cut out the designs and placed them on the corners of the picture.

Right Page

Used the Distressed Grass paper for the background.
I matted all pictures on card stock and inked the edges with brown ink.
I used alpha stamps for the word UNDEFEATED and used scissors to cut around edges
I raised every other letter with foam dots.
Placed quote, helmet, sticks and shoes (raised w/3-D foam dots) on corner

Thanks, Veronica!

Friday, October 1, 2010

And the Winners are....

September is over, and our Card & Gift and Scrapbooking retailers have waited long enough to find out if they won our promotion. Without further ado, the winners are (drum roll, please!):

Dogologie in Fredericksburg, TX

Pinestreet Papery in Sausalito, CA

Flowers Forty-One in Chicago, IL

Guadalupe's Fun Rubber Stamps in Santa Fe, NM

Strand Bookstore in NYC

Congratulations! Thank you for your continued support of Paper House Productions!

If you're near one of these winning shops, stop in to congratulate them and check out their line of fun and fabulous Paper House Productions items!
Have a great weekend!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Team Spirit

Susanne in MA sent us a couple of page layouts featuring her son's team from this summer. I forgot to ask her if they won a lot of their games...
What a tribe, uh, team! Using Paper House Productions' Baseball 12x12 Paper and Baseball Chipboard pieces, Susanne shows off her son's team in sporting style!

Susanne showcases her son's team and the spirit of Baseball on this page, featuring Paper House Productions' Baseball Diamond 12x12 Paper and Baseball Chipboard pieces.

Trimming the 12x12 papers and layering cardstock (Bazzill) helped to create a very attractive border effect on each page.

Susanne also accented with printed and colored Tribe Team logos and a printed "Fresh Paint" sign framed with a squiggly border and enhanced with Tim Holtz Distress Ink "Tea Dye" color and a sponge dauber to coordinate with the sand on the field. On the second page, she captioned a photo with the "Play Ball" cardstock sticker from one of Paper House's Baseball Cardstock Sticker sheets. The sun on the first page was made with punches (EKSuccess; Sun, Circles)

See our complete Baseball Collection, featuring the Papers, Cardstock Stickers and Chipboard that Susanne used on these two winning page layouts, plus a whole lot more!

Thanks, Susanne!

We love to see what crafty people create with Paper House's products. Send us an image or the finished project. If we blog it, you'll get free stuff!

Have a great weekend everyone!

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Happy Anniversary, Wizard of Oz!

Today is the 71st Anniversary of the very first screening of the Wizard of Oz! To celebrate, we're sharing these great home decor canvases made with our Wizard of Oz themed scrapbooking products. We all remember watching this movie in our youth; there's something about the characters and the scenes that resonates within us all (even if you were scared to death of the flying monkeys, like I was!!)

To make these great pieces of art, you'll need:

• a 6x6" artists canvas
• 1 piece of Wizard of Oz scrapbooking paper (your choice of character)
• 1 Land of Oz cardstock sticker (STCX-0099)
• circle and scallop punches (we used Marvy's 2.5" scallop and 2" circle punches)
• some pop dots
• a strip of self-adhesive rhinestones
• a bit of yellow glitter glue (we like Ranger's Stickles)

  1. Begin by trimming a six inch square area of your Wizard of Oz paper, in the corner where the character is primarily shown. 
  2. Using a glue stick, apply glue liberally to the canvas and center your square of paper on the canvas.
  3. Trim a 1 x 6" strip from a darker area of the paper and adhere along the left edge of your canvas for contrast.
  4. From the Land of Oz cardstock sticker, peel off the Yellow Brick Road border and place onto your canvas, overlapping where the dark strip meets the main paper.
  5. At this point (if you like the distressed look) you can use sand paper or a sanding block to distress all the edges of your paper. This is the cool part, because you'll start to see the texture of the canvas come through the paper.
  6. Using punches, punch a 2.5" scallop from a darker section of your leftover paper, and punch a 2" circle from a lighter area.
  7. Adhere circles together using a glue stick, centering the smaller circle inside the larger scallop. Place one of the phrases from the cardstock sticker in the center of of your mounted circles, and glue to the canvas as shown in the image above.
  8. Using pop dots, adhere the Wizard of Oz title and the Ruby Slippers stickers from the cardstock sticker, placing as shown. The pop dots give the piece great dimensionality!
  9. Finally, place a strip of self-adhesive rhinestones below the phrase on your scalloped circles, and embellish the yellow swirls with a bit of Stickles.

These look great when displayed together, so be sure to make a few! Since we make papers for all the Wizard of Oz characters, you can pick your favorites!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010


Hit the links and swing away, golfers... it's your month! If you're not a golfer, but you have an amateur Woods or Nicklaus in your life, send him a note on a blank Golf Ball card from Paper House Productions wishing him a happy Golf Month. Better still, give the gift of Golf in one of our Golf Gift Bags - complete with a full size blank Golf Ball Card!

If your golfer is lucky enough to have a birthday during Golf Month, we have a Golf Ball Birthday Card, too.
Crafters, you can create beautiful pages and special gifts using our Scrapbooking products featuring a Golf theme.

You may recall I am the world's biggest sports non-fan. That is why I could only think of two pro-golfers, both male. I haven't seen any female golfers in the news, which is my sports source.

I do, however, like sports movies. Remember Caddyshack? Who can hear Journey's "Anyway You Want It?" without thinking of this classic and super funny movie?

Anyway, have a swingin' good August!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Hey, Elvis!

Was Elvis the first Rock Star? My mother told me the story of when she met my dad. He, probably like so many other men at the time, wanted to be like Elvis: the 'do, the duds, the chick magnet. And it worked!

The King lives on at Paper House Productions, forever captured in licensed Cut Out Cards, Magnets, Stickers and even Scrapbooking supplies! Are you ready for Elvis Week?
Celebrate the life and times of Elvis during Elvis Week (August 10-16). Get ideas at Then scrapbook your shindig (or sightings) with Paper House Productions' 12x12 papers and Cardstock Stickers!

Were you lucky enough to see Elvis in concert? Share your stories with us!

What's your favorite Elvis song? For me, it's a tie between "In the Ghetto" and "Suspicious Minds".

Thank you. Thank you very much for checking out our blog! Have a great day!

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Christmas is coming....

...and so is Paper House Productions' NEW Christmas Scrapbooking Collection!

Does it GET any more festive? Look at the Winter Trees paper! Can't you just hear Bing singing??

This really gets me in the spirit. I'm going to start my Christmas Wish List...

Happy Birthday, Mr. President...

... President of Paper House Productions, that is! In honor of OUR President's birthday this week, our newsletter subscribers are getting an exclusive special! If you're a retailer and are not subscribed to Paper House's newsletter yet, why not?? Go to Then you'll start receiving our monthly specials, exclusive specials, a first look at our new intros, and more!

Our exclusive special is only good until July 19th! Subscribe today, and we'll send you the newsletter with all the details to take advantage of the birthday special!

Friday, July 9, 2010


Feast your eyes on our fondue'd foods and Rice Krispy treats....

Yes, it's all as good as it looks!

It's here! It's finally here!

It's CHOCOLATE DAY! Oh, yeah... it's Friday, too. It's another Fun Friday at Paper House Productions, and we're on our way to a major sugar high! And Mom, we're spoiling our lunch AND dinner!

Do you fondue? We do! We'll be enjoying a chocolate fondue with all kinds of dippers: marshmallows, cake, pretzels, fresh pineapple, strawberries and bananas. We have Rice Krispy Treats with a generous layer of chocolate, a bowl of Dove Chocolates, and chocolate cereals. The chocolate covered blueberries are courtesy of some co-workers who just vacayed in Maine.

The fondue itself will be Sundaes Best Hot Fudge Sauce! If you haven't tried this yet, you have NO IDEA what you're missing! Look for it in a gift or food shop near you or visit them online at Tell 'em the snackers at Paper House Productions sent you. When you try it, if there's any left in the jar, it has to be stored in the fridge...and the fridge should be covered with Paper House magnets, just like this one...

We first showed you Lisa R.'s fridge a few weeks ago. Isn't it fabulous?

Have a great weekend, everyone! We may be out sick on Monday.....

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

'Tis Always the Season at Paper House!

Holidays in Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall... Paper House has got 'em all! Check out our "tree" that is now appearing in the Greetings, Etc. trade magazine.....

I know. You're wondering how we can STAND to be around so much award-winning cuteness and beauty every day, right? The praise and the prizes haven't gone to our heads, though. We're still a fun and friendly company to work with!

Try adding your special creative touch to any of our cut out cards for a really quick card!

If our everyday blank cards look this great all dolled up, can you imagine how our seasonal cards would look dressed up for the holidays with some strategically placed glitter and accessories?
Celebrate every day with a Paper House card! Contact us anytime for more info on our Seasonal cards or see them all at

Rock On, Ringo!

Happy 70th birthday to Ringo Starr! The former Beatle is still rockin'!

Paper House Productions believes we should all celebrate the people who rock our world! Visit to see our Rock Star, Fender, Elvis and other music-related scrapbooking, card and gift items.

Shine On....

Oh, these adorable night lights get my heart light shining! Sue in Indiana created these using Paper House Productions' Glitter Rub Ons and blew us away!

Sue coated the block with Modge Podge and covered it with tissue paper, working in sections (front, back, each side, top and bottom). The tissue paper can be applied in torn pieces, flat or wrinkled. Then the entire block gets another coat of Modge Podge. When that's dry, decorate with Rub Ons, apply 2-3 more coats of Modge Podge and it's done!

The hardest part of this project is waiting for the Modge Podge to dry so you can turn on the light! Simple, but gorgeous, and definitely unique! Thanks, Sue...we can't wait to see what you come up with next!

With dozens of Glitter Rub Ons featuring themes from Pets and Florals to Pirates and Dragonflies, you can really personalize these lights! And with new holiday Glitter Rub Ons, you can create unique, beautiful and bright decorations for yourself and for family and friends!

Here's a preview of our new Seasonal Glitter Rub Ons being introduced at CHA later this month.

Stay tuned for more new intros. Subscribe to our newsletter to be among the first to see what's new! If you're attending CHA this summer, please visit us in booth #1223. If you can't make it, you can still take advantage of our show specials.

Keep cool out there!

Friday, July 2, 2010

Let the Games Begin!

Another Friday, another theme! Today, it's Game Day! We'll be playing "Would You Rather...?", "Connect Four" , "Mad Gab", "Jenga", Hopscotch, and maybe a little "Operation" and "I Spy"!

What's your favorite game? Do you follow the rules or make up your own as you go along?

Whatever your game plan is for the day and long holiday weekend, be safe and have FUN!

Friday, June 18, 2010

Fruity Friday at Paper House

A couple weeks ago, someone had the idea to do something different and fun on Fridays during the summer. We work hard all week, why not? So we all submitted ideas on slips of paper, and we randomly pick one on Mondays.

The first Friday, last week, was "Makeover Day". Guy in customer service came dressed in a suit and tie! I wish I'd gotten a picture!

Today was "Fruity Friday". I was planning to make a Carmen Miranda-type headdress with a fruit basket, but it just didn't come out right. So, I brought in the basket to decorate the table full of fruity goodies! Doesn't that fruit look real?

Mmmmmmmm....! Fresh fruit, fruit-flavored candies and lollipops, and a cherry pie! The note on the pie tells us that there is ice cream in the freezer to go with it! What breaks up a long Friday afternoon better than a sugar rush?
Have a great weekend everyone!

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Are you ready for Summer??

I just read that today is National Picnic Day! How could I have NOT known this?? Well, I'll be having a picnic in a park tomorrow to celebrate Father's Day with the fam. Have a great weekend!
Ready or not, Summer is coming in THREE DAYS! Forget the science involved and get on with the bbq's, campfires, and S'Mores-making. Take a hike, go kayaking, or get soaked at a water park.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, do it safely!

You have the opportunity to learn from my mistakes with these tips:

- Remember the spf30 (for me it's closer to 80). Nothing kills the fun more than a nasty sunburn! I once got second-degree sunburn just before heading to Texas for a wedding in August. If you've ever been in Texas in August, you're covering your mouth and making the, "Oooooooowwwww" sound right now. Yeah.

- Definitely, no matter what, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT forget the ICE CREAM!! Yum!

Please share your summer fun tips with us. Enjoy!

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Dear Old Dad...

If ever there was a Daddy's Girl, I'm it! When I was teeny-tiny, I could be found near Dad, watching him fix television sets, mowing the lawn, etc. We share the same sense of humor, interest in music, and love of dessert.
If I wore hats, I'd take mine off to Dads everywhere this weekend. I know I wouldn't be here today without mine LOL

What's your favorite memory of your Dad? I'm grateful that I can still make memories with my Dad. I loved during the summers of my youth when my dad would hook up the speakers outside, and we'd listen to the radio while my siblings and I ran around like maniacs in the yard. Good times!

What's your favorite saying about Dads? One of mine is, "Any man can be a father, but it takes a special man to be a Dad!"
Thanks for everything, Dad!

Seeing Stars (and Stripes)!

The 4th of July is coming!! The 4th of July is coming! Parades and picnics and fireworks... bring it on! What fun will you be having for the 4th? Where's your fave place to go for fireworks? I'd love to sit on the roof, but I don't think my landlord would appreciate that.

Look for these awesomely patriotic cards, magnets & stickers from Paper House Productions in your local gift and stationery shops!

Please, let's not forget those who have fought and those who are still fighting for our freedom to enjoy parades, picnics and fireworks. Paper House Productions salutes our military members and their families for their sacrifices.

Enjoy the holiday with your families and friends. Please be safe always in all ways!

Monday, June 14, 2010

Fabulous Fridge...

In my humble opinion, refrigerators should be stocked with two things: food and magnets.

Lisa in Minnesota has been collecting Paper House's magnets for about 10 years, and she shared this photo with us recently.

Note how Lisa has taken to arranging magnets in fun and creative combinations, such as the Chef's Hat on the Statue of David, the King's Crown on Solid Gold Elvis' head, and the field of flowers surrounding Dorothy and her friends. Oh, and the US Flag and the Astronaut on top of the Earth!

Thanks for your support and for sharing this picture with us, Lisa! Let's see how we can help you fill in a few more spaces!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Just Kickin' It!

I am the world's biggest sports non-fan, but I understand how people get, let's say "enthusiastic" about sports. I feel the same way about cute furry things!

It must be Soccer season, because I've heard commercials about World Cup, and I've seen signs posted around town that youth Soccer registration is now open. Paper House Productions has a BIG line of Soccer-themed scrapbooking products to scrap your World Cup parties (do people really have these?) or your child's Soccer games.

If you do have Soccer parties, remember that we also have Soccer Ball cut out cards to use for your invitations and Soccer Ball magnets and stickers to use as party favors!
Visit us at to see Soccer and it's friends Football, Basketball, Baseball, Tennis, Golf and Karate.
Now, gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo out there and have fun! And remember to hydrate!

Friday, May 28, 2010

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Happy Rockin' Birthday!

Mama Duane sent us a picture of a card she made for her "party animal" son....

Isn't it SO cute how she cut out around the fingers so one of the hands could "hold" the Happy Birthday sign?

Duane used Paper House Productions' Encore Paper (P-0393E), Rock Star Cardstock Sticker (STCX-0116E), and Rock Star Glitter Rub ons (as details inside the card- not shown; RUBGL-0002E).

Thanks, Duane, and Happy Birthday to your Rock Star son from Paper House!

Enjoy all those outdoor summer concerts coming your way, wherever you are! County Fairs, State Fairs, outdoor Performing Arts Center venues.... just have fun! And remember to scrapbook your rockin' fun with Paper House Productions' Rock Star and Country Star collections on those rainy summer days!

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

We won! We won!

What makes a good time even better more than winning something?? The LOUIE awards (kind of like the Oscars, but for greeting cards, and gowns are optional), were held during the National Stationery Show last week.

Previously bragged and blogged about, Paper House Productions was nominated for FOUR of our extremely gorgeous and innovative Cut Out Cards.

This blogger was SURE that we'd sweep the LOUIE's and win for all four. So, what happened is that we won for one. I'm okay with that. Our winner is the Peace Sign Wreath Christmas Card!

So, retailers reading this should be sure to order this card (CDC25-5019E for counter cards and CDC25-5019X for boxed cards) for Christmas this year. And you can tell all your customers that this card WON AN AWARD!!! (Now if only we could get a picture of George Clooney holding it...)

Need more info? Call us at (800) 255-7316 or click at

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Reading IS fun!

So, I was talking with one of my co-workers yesterday, and the subject of our NEW glitter bookmarks came up. We share the same fave: Red-Eyed Tree Frogs. Now, this isn't yet available, but it will be soon.

Don't you love it? Who ever knew frogs could be so darn cute!?

To make a short story long, I said I realized I've been reading more since I started using Paper House bookmarks! They make me want to read! Of course, with some of my book selections lately, the bookmark has been the best part.

I love our magnetic bookmarks, too! With four to a package, they remind me of those photo strips we would get from the old photo booths at the mall. Remember those? Are you trying to guess my age? Paper House's "Woodstock" magnetic bookmarks are currently marking my progress through the pages...

So, this summer remember to use sunblock, and whatever books are on your summer reading list, don't forget the Paper House bookmarks!

Lovely Mother's Day Card... just in time!

A big THANK YOU to Veronica K. down in Wappingers Falls, NY for sending us this charming Mother's Day card.

Cut cardstock (Bazzil) to make 5 x 7 card
I used Butterfly Dream paper #P-0376E
Cut out large butterfly and inked the edges with brown ink (Color Box Cat's Eye)
Cut out 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" piece from Butterfly Dream paper, inked edges with brown ink and attached to card with pink flower brads (Making Memories)
Adhered large butterfly to paper with foam dots (EK Success)
Typed "Happy Mother's Day, (font-Candy Buzz BTN) cut out, inked edges and also adhered with foam dots.
Okay, next it's Dad's turn! Look for Paper House Productions' scrapbooking products featuring fabulous themes for dads: Fishing, Camping, Outdoor Adventure, sports, maybe even Pirate... arrgh, matey! Even if your dad is a Police Officer, Firefighter or EMT, we've got you covered!

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Oh, so pretty!

Yes, I'm calling my own creations "oh, so pretty" for all our blog readers to see! You know when your creativity is blocked and you're just not feeling it? Well, this is what happened when the block got cracked open a bit recently.

I have a pantry closet full of paper of nearly all sizes and colors, so I put a few pieces to good use. The texture and color of the base cardstock reminds me of linen. I used scraps of white cardstock to stamp the butterfly/floral collage stamp ("Gentle Thoughts of You" by Stampin' Up!). I backed those with a scrap of pink cs on one card and yellow on the other. Then I embellished the butterfly in the stamp with Paper House Productions' Butterfly-Dream Glitter Rub Ons (RUBGL-0013E). The lovely accent on the side of the cards is one of the rubons on the Butterfly-Dream sheet, too! I think it makes a beautiful border accent!

I purposely left off any tag/greeting so that I could use these for any occasion. One of them went to my mom for her birthday - she has been expecting handmade cards from me on every occasion since I first started handcrafting them 20-something years ago!

Made With Love for Mother's Day!

Our friend Duane, down in Wappingers Falls, NY, made this lovely card for Mother's Day using Paper House's Butterfly Dream 12x12 Paper and our glamorously glittered Butterflies 3 and Daisy-Peace Glitter Rub Ons. The daisies just jump out at you - nice touch, Duane!

Here is how Duane worked her magic:
Materials needed:

1 sheet 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock - white
1 sheet Paper House Butterfly Dream 12x12 Paper (P-0376E)
Daisy-Peace Glitter Rub Ons (RUBGL-0011E)
Butterflies 3 Glitter Rub Ons (RUBGL-1002E)
Gold thread
Cut the 12x12 paper down to 8 1/2 x 11 and glue over white cardstock.
Embellish over flowers on the paper with Daisy rub ons.
Embellish over large butterfly on the paper with large butterfly glitter rub on.
Print (or stamp) message and cut to tag-size. Punch a hole in the end of the tag and thread with the gold thread; tie off in a loop and attach to the large butterfly, and glue down the tag.

Many thanks, Duane, for sending this in! Happy Mother's Day!

Friday, April 16, 2010

New from Paper House: Boxed Christmas Cards!

Look what the creative people here at Paper House have come up with for Christmas!

The boxes are eco-friendly, just like our cards! There are 27 images to choose from, and each box contains 10 cards.

Our boxed Christmas Cards are included in our incredibly special April Christmas Special! If you haven't subscribed to our newsletter to receive our exclusive specials yet, what are you waiting for? Christmas?? Go to today and subscribe!

Thursday, March 25, 2010

And the Award Goes to.....Hopefully Us!!!

The Greeting Card Association has annouced the finalists for the best greeting card and stationery products of the past year. Out of the thousands of cards and invitations published each year, 168 made it to the final round of the 22nd Annual International Greeting Card Awards competition, better known as the "LOUIEs". Paper House has four - count 'em - FOUR nominations:

Row of Butterflies Blank Card

Peace Sign - Wreath Christmas Greeted Card

Easter Egg Chicks Greeted Card

Chicken Soup Get Well Card

The awards are named after German lithographer Louis Prang, who is credited with the birth of the U.S. card industry in the 1870's.

Winners will be revealed during this year's LOUIE celebration on Monday, May 17th, 2010 in New York City. (Basically the Oscars for the card industry, without the gowns!) This coincides with the National Stationery show being held May 16th - May 19th at the Jacob Javits Center also in New York City.

Paper House has won several LOUIE Awards, most recently in 2007 for our insanely cute Row of Bunnies Card!
So cross your fingers and toes for us! And make sure to keep coming back to check out more exciting news, projects and annoucements.