Monday, February 27, 2017


Happy Monday.

This month has been so much fun!  Thank you for celebrating SIX years with Paper Smooches!
Our new stamps and dies are going to be released at midnight tomorrow night - wooohooo!!
I have winners to announce  :)

Here are the winners from our PS DT blog hop last week.
Thank you all for your lovely comments - we sure do appreciate you!

from Michele's log - 
Sandra Colebank 
I love everything about your card. The colors and layers work great together.
from Teri's blog - 
Super cute frog card!
from Jill's blog - 
Sabrina Fioretti
Love the card, love cats!
Posted on FB

from Laurie's blog - 
Marilyn in E-Town said...
Super cute!

Winners - please e-mail me at to claim your prize.  CONGRATS!!!

(Simply Said)

(Celebrate Word Die)

East China Sea parts every year and exposes a narrow 2.9km long strip of land allowing thousands of people to cross from Jindo island to Modo island of Korea. This land is exposed about an hour each day for approximately 4 days every year.

xo Kim


  1. Congrats to all!! SWEET cards!

    SQUEAL!! SO EXCITED about the New Release!! Looking forward to seeing it ALL!! FUN Inspiration being shared too!! THANKS for ALL of the FUN, Inspiration, Sales and chances to WIN ALL MONTH!! CONGRATS on 6 Years and looking forward to the MANY Years to come!! Have a FABULOUS RELEASE WEEK!! HUGS!! =) <3 <3 <3

  3. YAY ladies! Congratulations!
    Great cards ladies!


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