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SABOR PAPEL = Paper Flavor

As if you have not already guessed.....

We are jumping up and down to let you know  that we are the designated online retail source for Sabor papers.   

We now carry the FULL line of SABOR PAPEL.


The Southwest has a mystique related to Cowboys and Caballeros, Cowgirls and Senoritas.    The colors are so festive and the traditions so strong.   Who could be unhappy when presented with a Pinata, that visual treat filled with dulces (sweets).

We know the siesta has a practical reason in the blazing heat of late afternoon.   Lime and sour cream are staples because they calm the burn of the jalapeno.  

Join us as we move into Spring with FESTIVE COLORS and happy images celebrating the heritage of the Southwest. Step out of your corner of the country and plan a Cinco de Mayo party.  We will show you some awesome party projects coming soon on the blog.  



                                                       







    


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  1. These papers are so cool. I live in New Mexico where we celebrate Cinco de Mayo, among other traditionally Mexican holidays. Other uses for the paper line could be used for Quinceanera, where young girls celebrate their coming of age.
    Kay

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    1. You are so right....I find that anywhere is perfect for these colorful happy papers. They make beautiful cards, collages and tags too.

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  2. These are amazing. Love the colors and Southwest feel. Gorgeous!

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  3. Beautiful colors! I can't wait to get my order! They look like a lot of fun.

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