Cartridge Showcase: Wall Decor and More

Hi, and welcome to another Monday showcase here at MY PAPER CRAFTING.  Each Monday, one of the fabulous member of our design team will be showcasing a cartridge of their choice.  This is just a great way to get some new ideas and maybe to re-visit some of those cartridges you have not used lately.    Charlotte here from A Little Bit of Detail.  I am so excited to be here today to showcase the cartridge Wall Decor And More.  This is truly a cartridge with so many possibilities.  Today I am showing you several cards I made with some of the amazing cuts from this cartridge.

Here is the first project I have to share with you.  This is fun card I made for a friend to say Thank You for all the wonderful goodies I received before Christmas.  

The adorable papers are from The Paper Studio Stack, "I Love Baking".  The stack also comes with some wonderful stickers, such as the "Homemade" sentiment and the cute apron.  I used the Wall Decor and More cartridge to cut the teapot.

The teacups were also cut from the cartridge.  They are a border image cut.  Isn't it just an adorable border.  

This next card I made for a friend's birthday and featured it on my blog last week.

I used Spellbinder dies to cut the scalloped circle mats for the card.  

The beautiful telephone was cut from Wall Decor and More.  I just love this telephone cut.  All of the papers for this card was fro K & Co.  I finished the card with a little "Hello" sentiment and some pretty ribbon.  

Next I have a card that could be for many different occasions.  It is just so fun and happy.

These cute giraffes are from Wall Decor and More, as well as the "Think Big" sentiment.  I cut two giraffes in two different sizes  and flipped one so they would be facing different directions.  The cute little animal print buttons are from Oriental Trading.  The grass was created with an EK Success border punch and the cute ribbon came from my stash.

This next card is probably one of my favorites.  I made it last week and featured it on an earlier blog post.  

The books and lamp are a border cut from Wall Decor and More.  Is this not just an amazing border!!  The sentiment,"Dream" is stamped on on a double mat from Spellbinders and then inked in bronze and brown.  The card is embellished with five little gems, lock and key brads, and a pretty sheer brown ribbon.  The papers are from K & Co.  

This next card is a simple Sympathy card.  The sentiment is from a rubber stamp that I have had for several years. It is one of my favorite.

The butterfly on the card is a Wall Decor and More cut and I think one of the prettiest butterflies ever.  I just love the detail.  

And now, here is a card that would be great for any patriotic holiday.  The papers for the card are from Recollections.  

The start and USA were cut from the Wall Decor and More. The red mat was embossed with a cuttlebug folder.  And again, on this card, I used a border cut from Wall Decor and More. This border is just great, and I can see so many ways it can be used in so many projects.  The gems on the card are from Recollections.

If you have not taken a look at the Wall Decor and More cartridge lately, I hope this will be some inspiration for you.  I just think there are so many possibilities using this cartridge.  


  1. Wow, you have showcased this cartridge very nicely! I need to go back and have another look see at it. lol Loved each project!!

  2. You are so right! This is a great cartridge. I bought it and never used it until last year when I was looking to make a princess type card and found it here. I also realized how many other great images were on it and have used it lots. I love all the cards you made with it. TFS

  3. Love this cart and love all the projects you did with it. Another great showcase Charlotte. Way to go!

  4. Lovely variety of projects, Charlotte! ;-} Love the Butterfly card -

  5. Beautiful projects!

    Hugs, Sheena


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