Thursday, October 17, 2013

Published in Paper Creations

Hi there!  I don't think having your artwork published in print every gets ho-hum!  I have three cards published in the current issue of Paper Creations Magazine.  I haven't seen the magazine yet, but I'm pretty sure they're there.  I can't really share them with you, because the idea is that you should buy the magazine and I respect that.  But.  Ahem.  They put this card on their sneak peek page, so I'm sharing!  The instructions should be in the magazine, but I've added thumbnail links to the products on the Quietfire site at the bottom.

Make sure you support the printed word - otherwise it might disappear, which is happening soon to several large scrapbooking and paper crafting magazines.  (Not Paper Creations, though!!!  It's just fine.)
Thanks very much to Paper Creations for liking my cards!

And thank *you* for having a look!

Here are the thumbnail links to the products. The decorated paper is Kaisercraft December 25.  I have one pad of it left.  If you click the link and don't get to it, it's been sold!


  1. Lovely! Just enough and not too much. Interesting patterned papers, and love that versafine!
    No pin it button?

    1. lol, I put it on the Quietfire Creations blog yesterday, now it's on here, too! Thanks for the reminder!

  2. Francie in MontrealOctober 18, 2013 at 4:52 AM

    Bravo for having your cards published! I'm thrilled for you. And looking at this card, it's obvious why they chose your work. Beautifully done.

  3. It has an old world feel. So pretty. I agree about the magazines. One of my favorites magazines just went bankrupt, I"m devastated. Nothing out there seems remotely good enough to buy, I feel lost without it.
    sue, Alberta

  4. Congrats on having cards published Suzanne. This one is a beauty :)

  5. Very very nice. Love the design and colors. Edna B.

  6. I would be delighted to receive this card.

  7. I too would be delighted to receive this card. Great combo.

  8. Suzanne, your card is so rich and glorious in that deep color. Love the edge wraps. Never thought of that. Thanks.