This Monday I am concentrating on patterned paper in the form of paper weaving. Yesterday, I made a simple paper weaving band to add to my card and today I am going to do a card front and a paper weaved border.
I would call these card Easy Going as they are pretty gender neutral.
I used one side of a paper weaved section to make the block and then flipped it over and used the opposite side for the border mitering the edges where they meet. I recommend backing the parts of the paper weaving you choose to use with cardstock.
The stamps all come from Papertrey Ink today.
For the first card I simply added a sentiment and three enamel dots. That is one simple card. Changing up the patterned paper or exchanging it for cardstock would create a totally different look.
MOMM Tip No. 1: Use double sided patterned paper for your paper weaving as you can have twice as many options.
MOMM Tip No. 2: Cut up your paper weaving into blocks, strips or even shapes for all sorts of different possibilities.
Thanks for joining me for another MOMM and hope to see you next week!
Stamps: Headline Alphabet and Bountiful Banners, Papertrey Ink
Inks: charcoal and red royal shadow ink, Hero Arts
Cardstock: sand and pewter, Neenah Paper
Patterned paper: harper's rule from elementary collection, Studio Calico; dilly dally "curious" and "hello" from miss caroline collection, My Mind's Eye
Other: star punch, Stampin' Up!; remarkable "handsome" enamel dots from collectable collection, My Mind's Eye; quick-dry adhesive, Scotch; dimensional adhesive