Ken Oliver’s HOMETOWN CollectionKen Oliver Papers
 
Ken Oliver’s unique eye for creative design hits it out of the park with this HOMETOWN collection of papers. These are beautiful, high quality papers for your craft projects.  Each double sided sheet is 12” x 12”. They are perfect for scrapbooking and card making, and they are printed on 80lb. stock so they are sturdy enough to hold up to die cutting, creating mini albums and many other mixed-media projects.  
 
The images captured on one side of these unique papers are a collage of photos taken by Ken himself of his home town – vintage in feel and eclectic enough to be perfect for feminine or masculine projects depending on the embellishments chosen for the finished project. They somehow manage to be sepia toned, black and white and subtly colored all at the same time and the mix is perfect.  I find myself wanting to journey to visit the places he has captured on these papers. The reverse side features coordinating prints with a vintage feel and color palette.   
 
There are 5 individual 12” x 12” styles, a 12” x 12” sheet of 4” x 6” journaling postcards capturing these unique designs, Ken Oliver Ephemera and an 8” x 12” ephemera sheet of individual images from the papers themselves.   
 
Ken Oliver StampsKen has also created two coordinating clear polymer stamp sets with images that coordinate with this paper line, further expanding the creative possibilities of the HOMETOWN Collection by Ken Oliver! 
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Find out more about Ken Oliver and his creative projects, classes he teaches worldwide, and his other great product lines at his blog Ken’s World in Progress here – http://www.kensworldinprogress.com
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This is a unique collection of papers that I’ve already been enjoying designing with – and I look 
forward to further exploring their creative possibilities!  – Cindi Bisson 

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