Enjoy our bimonthly podcast episode today. Because of the long length of our Lizzie Jones interview and an extended Q&A segment, we are postponing the discussion question from Episode #9 until July 2nd. Talk to you then.

Papertrey Radio – Episode 10

or you can download the mp3 file below to save it to your iPod or mp3 player

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Download Papertrey Radio 10


And if you think of a great question for our stamp designers, Nichole, design team members, or Jenn, please be sure to call us at (301)799-8338. If chosen, you could be a participant in a future podcast and have a chance of winning a stamp set of your choice!


Here are some links to things you may find of interest after listening to today's podcast…

CLICK HERE to visit Lizzie Jones' blog!

CLICK HERE to see the original Paper Tray stamp set, our very first release!

CLICK HERE and scroll all the way to the bottom of the list to see the very first ten day countdown from February 2007!

CLICK HERE to see the original stationery collection that Papertrey released in 2006.

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Join the discussion 7 Comments

  • 1

    Okay, I haven’t listened to the podcast yet, but I just clicked on the link for the first release stamp. The description says “This is the only sentiment set you will ever need.” I wish I’d know that before I bought my dozens of other PTI sets, LOL!

  • 2
    Joy Hadden says:

    Wonderful podcast! I ordered the first Paper Trey stamp set, downloaded Wendy’s sentiment combinations and downloaded a few of your templates! How very interesting to hear how your company started. This was the best podcast yet!!

  • 3
    Lou says:

    Thanks for another great podcast πŸ™‚

  • 4

    I’m back – the podcast was great! I loved hearing how you started! Last week my class gave me a PTI gift certificate on the last day of school, and one of the moms (who has a son named Trey) wanted to know why it was spelled PaperTREY. Now I have the answer for her!

    Thank you so much for these podcasts! I just love listening to them!

  • 5

    Written simply and tastefully. It’s pleasant to read. Thank u.

  • 6
    Sara G. says:

    It was really neat to hear about the background of the company! I am excited to place my first PTI order πŸ™‚

  • 7
    Juanita in Ohio says:

    I LOVE the pod cast! They are filled with wonderful insight and information about cardmaking. They are also a great deal of fun. TFS.

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