Do you ever get crafters block? (It’s a bit like writers block). We often see people seeking advice on how to get the creative juices flowing again, so with this in mind we set the team a task of creating from inspiration all around us. Raechelle took her inspiration from this photo here in Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/95912667038022442/
created by Raechelle Bellus
Patterned paper, die cuts, and stickers: Webster’s Pages, tags: Canvas Corp, card base: Hobby Lobby, spray mist: Tattered Angels, other: buttons, sequins, pearls, crinkle ribbon, and twine
Trim base patterned papers to ¼” less than card. Distress edges and adhere to black patterned paper.
Spray canvas tags with mist and once dry adhere to card.
To create wavy edges: trace along edge of ruler on backside of patterned paper. Cut along lines. Cut to length.
To create ovals: on reverse side of patterned paper, trace ovals and then using the Perfect Ruler, mark 1/8” around several areas. Cut around marked edges.
Add remaining elements to tags for dimension.
What beautiful shabby chic cards, with so much dimension and all from just one photo of a butterfly in nature! What inspires you when you create your cards, let us know in your comments below?