Friday, March 7, 2008

Mixing Patterned Papers

One of my favorite card techniques is mixing patterned papers. And this month's kit makes it super easy for you to do! The papers in the March Kit coordinate beautifully and give you the ability to create fantastic projects!






You'll need: (All items from the MAR 08 Kit, except punch, ink and scissors)

(1) Worldwin Cardstock color of your choice

(3) Autumn LeavesPatterned Papers

(1) Heidi Swapp Glossy Polka Dot

Heidi Swapp Metallic Letter Stickers

Flower punch (can also be hand cut)

Ink (0ptional)



1. Cut cardstock to 5" x 10", fold in half. Finished card will be 5" x 5".

2. From patterned paper, cut (3) blocks in varying sizes. Ink edges.

3. Adhere patterned paper blocks to front of card.

4. Cut patterned paper strip approximately 1/2" wide, trim with decorative scissors. Adhere to lower portion of card.

5. Punch or cut flower shape and adhere to card.

6. Use Glossy Dot for center of flower.

7. Using Metallic Letter Stickers, adhere sentiment to top right side of card.

4 comments:

Marci Knecht said...

Great job of mixing everything together MJ!

Linda said...

I agree, these papers are so easy to mix and your card is a wonderful example!

Lisa said...

I am researching site for a new kit of the month, I cancelled my kit this month and I am looking for something different. I love this layouts on this site and I am considering your kit. I am also looking to be on a design team, if you have an opening let me know and I will share my work. Thanks

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Great mixing of pp!!! Love it!