I owned a rubber stamp business some years ago and found parchment craft at a trade show. The moment I saw it I loved it and knew I had to learn it and sell it in our store. And so I did. I got certified as a Pergamano teacher and taught classes in it, as well as designed my own patterns. I was removed as a certified teacher, however, because I wanted to make and sell my own parchment craft patterns. I ended up only making one pattern pack to sell, though. I would design the patterns but then end up using the designs for my rubber stamp line instead.
Here you will find many of the patterns I had designed with the intentions of selling. I really don’t want to be bothered with a business anymore, so now I will give them away for free. Unfortunately, the quality of the patterns aren’t what I would like them to be as I design them in a program that doesn’t save them in a format that is compatible with putting on a website and when I export them to the proper format, they lose quality. But hopefully you can still use them.
I designed all of these patterns. You may use them for making cards (and it’s ok to sell the cards you make) or give them to friends. However, please do not take my patterns and sell them or offer them on your own website. In addition, if you use any to make a card and put it on your website or blog, a link back to my website would be much appreciated (plus I would love to see the finished results).
To save patterns, right click and save to your computer. You can then open them up in an image editing program to print. I hope the patterns containing the markings for the 4-needle tools will work out ok. I’m not sure that they are sized just right.
These are great if you’re just starting out or want something simple with little or no 4-needle cutting.
The following patterns use the 4-needle tool.
The following patterns are for bookmarks and there is a mixture of both beginning and advanced designs.