Sometimes, I need to remind myself to use my lovely patterned papers on my cards. I tend to get carried away with getting creative with inks and making backgrounds that I forget all about my lovely papers.
This little album will make the perfect project if you just have an hour or two to complete a something. Especially, if that project needs to be a gift!
This layout is so simple that if you are new to scrapbooking, it’s not daunting. This technique has been used in cardmaking and scrapbooking, so this skill can be transferred with ease.
I have a pretty card to share with you today! This one is featured in Die-Cutting Essentials Magazine 23 alongside Kaisercraft’s Wildflower Collection and new dies and you can find the video tutorial below.
We’ve all seen vintage photos in black & white and sepia, scrapbooked with similar colours to give it that ‘heritage’ look. As nice as this looks, wouldn’t it be a beautiful thing to bring some life back into the page and the photograph?
If you ever have trouble adding patterned paper to your cards, then this post is for you! Using patterned paper can make a big statement and is the perfect solution in making a stack of cards in no time.
Every now and then, you make a project and it makes you smile with glee every time you go back to it. This is one of those projects – I will never get bored of opening and closing this one.