Upper Merion's Farmers' Market 2018


What a wonderful year it has been to craft! I've enjoyed many opportunities to create cards for my family members as well as giving them as gifts to friends, so I decided to grow my creative side even more by participating in the Upper Merion's Farmers' Market.

I love creating handmade cards, and becoming a vendor at The Farmers' Market has allowed me to explore even more categories and special occasions in my card making. It has also been fun working beside a variety of vendors (many with yummy foods) and meeting people in my community who shop at and support The Farmers' Market.


Below is just a sampling of what I have.  Stop by my tent to see my latest creations! I am at
The Farmers' Market every other Saturday until November.

And if you don't see something you like, I will be happy to create something special just for you!!


 Birthday Cards can be designed to fit 
the person you want to celebrate.


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Baby Cards are great to give with gifts 
or to surprise someone in the mail.

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Weddings are special, and what a wonderful way 
to express your wishes.





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I even have cards to give to those you know 
who are going through challenging times.



Some colors and features of my cards did not reproduce well. Come see the real thing!!











Christmas Bazaar 2017

For the past few years I have had fun crafting cards and other paper creations for my family and friends.



This year I decided to try my hand at sharing my talents, so I entered the Mother of Divine Providence Craft Fair and Bazaar.

It was wonderful to see so many shoppers, and I had many opportunities to exchange ideas with other crafters.

My daughter, checking out my handiwork.

Every Vendor/Crafter donated an item to be raffled at the Bazaar. I donated this handcrafted Santa's Workshop. It featured a sleigh brimming with presents, Santa peeking out the front window, and elves could be seen hard at work through the windows on the sides.


Ruth, a volunteer at the Bazaar, won my donation.


My table featured 9 individually handcrafted cards. Each card was layered in color and accented with personality. I left the inside blank to allow for personalization.











The 3 Gift Card Holders I made were unique and festive.





It was a wonderful Bazaar and I have so many new ideas to make my next Bazaar even better!!




A special "Thank You" to my mom, for all of her help!!!


Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in having any special items made for your next occasion. I also have some wonderful ideas for party/shower/wedding favors, and I would love the opportunity to make your vision come alive.

PaperCutsAndCards@gmail.com