Children at Play Paper Line

I couldn’t be more excited to announce that the paper collection for CHILDREN AT PLAY is FINALLY available!

Oh. It’s been a long time coming. I announced a year ago that I collaborated with Making Memories to create a fantastic paper collection, and unfortunately, there were some events that kept it from getting produced on time. It was re-released this August and is now in stores!

I won’t say too much here, except for you to go and browse all the products as you wish to. But I will say, that I’m not much of a scrapbooker. Mostly because I haven’t the time! I adore paper, and I love memory keeping. But when I designed this collection, I made very clear that I wanted this to be a paper collection that you could be used for proper scrapbooking…..but also to PLAY with. DECORATE with. One that children could really enjoy. There are banners, papers, stickers, paper dolls with LOTS of clothes (all in children at play textiles of course) and so much more.

I have yet to really take some proper photographs. ¬†As I was laying everything out, my girls IMMEDIATELY took to “setting” up a little paper play room. I guess that’s a good sign that these are just as fun to play with as they are to scrapbook with.

Good, good fun!

Here’s a short video created by showing all the paper options displayed at the CHA tradeshow this summer!

I’ve created a list of stores for you to browse on the product page here.

I’ve started a SARAH JANE PAPER Photo Group, so please do join in if you’d like!

I’m so glad to have these finally available. They have been so much fun around here. Enjoy!

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  • Kristin Marvin

    OOOOHHHH! I may just have to get the paper pack for girls and some masking tape —just because! I have no time for paper stuff but with the Children at Play prints on them I have to get them. Someday I will find a wonderful use. Is it so bad to think I could always use for my grandkids–20 years away!

    • Sarah Jane

      I know it! I don’t have time to do much…but I love these, cause they are easy to use for simple fast projects…or wallpapering a doll house! Lots of ideas. My kids have just loved playing with them!

  • Kristine Hanson

    eeeeeeeeeeeeek how fun is this?!?!? I am a very happy momma/auntie right now, think a girl of mine (9) and a few nieces will be getting some paper dolls for Christmas, and I am soooooo happy to see all the pieces are already cut out, whoop whoop! Do you know if JoAnn’s, Michael’s or Hobby Lobby will be carrying your paper goods? (maybe I need to reread your entry, I really was so excited from just the pics I barely read what you wrote!)

    • Sarah Jane

      Kristine…I actually don’t know about those stores. I do know that the ones I posted are online stores that carry them. You can find those in the PRODUCTS NEAR YOU link at the top right of the blog. And yes! The paper dolls are so fun cause they are pre cut!

  • Gina

    There looks like there are so many fun pieces! Can’t wait to get some to play with!

    • Sarah Jane

      Thanks Gina! Can’t wait to see what you make with them:)

  • Alanna George

    Sarah, I LOVE these. I have been planning my blog posts for the upcoming Christmas season and I like to do handmade gift ideas for kids. I might have to coordinate with you. I had an idea for a paper doll gift to make and now that I see these it is all coming together. Eeeeks!!

  • Rose Smoke

    Oh wow, that is so cool! I especially love the masking tapes, what a great idea!!

  • Lillian Guzlowski

    I am so excited! I was hoping that these would be out soon–I thought they would be perfect to “wallpaper” the dollhouse my daughter is getting soon