This week's Designer Paper card uses paper, die cuts and stickers from a single collection from Crate Paper. I started by using the Cricut to cut a leaf layout from the Storybook cartridge and went from there. Since this one relies heavily on a specific cartridge I did not do a sketch. Use a die cut, Cricut or Silhouette cut image as a starting point and build from there. You can get a very rich look using all designer papers.
- Detailed images often cut better from a good quality designer paper than cardstock.
- One of these flowers is a die cut, the other is trimmed by hand from matching paper in the collection.
- I decided on the ribbon after glueing most of the cut image down so I just used a strip of ribbon on one side woven around some of the unglued branches. Another die cut and a brad anchor it in place.
Ingredients: DSP, stickers, die cut: Mia collection from Crate Paper
Brad: Oriental Trading.
Ribbon: Chocolate Chip Taffeta from Stampin' Up!