Does a paper collection ever inspire you so much that you get distracted? This happened to me today!
Use your “busy” floral papers to make beautiful sympathy cards!
I have created several projects with the “Lovely When You Smile” paper collection by Craft O’Clock, so I had a TON of usable scraps on hand. This card uses ALL scraps!
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Lovely When You Smile
A lovely cream and beige floral paper collection surrounded by vintage blues and browns with lovely ladies in romantic Victorian-style hats. Made by Craft O’Clock (Poland) and shipping within the USA.
I started with a 6″ x 12″ scrap of cardstock that I folded in half. Then I used strips and pieces of the paper collection to create a half-panel on the front of the card.
Look closely at the details… EASY to do!
- Basic strips of paper
- Basic corners cut from paper (square punched, then cut on a diagonal)
- The flowers, butterflies and leaves are just fussy-cut images from the collection
- A stamped sentiment on the actual card base itself (if I mess up, I can easily cover it up!)
- Basic stamping inside the card
- Die cutting a rectangle out of a paper scrap and then stamping inside the rectangle
You can do this! Give it a try!
I also made an envelope to go with my card, but I used some random paper from my craft stash for that (I didn’t want to cut up my good Craft O’Clock paper for an envelope!)
Want to see another project made with this paper collection? Check out the exploding box…
Want to see more cards made with this paper collection? Check out these window cards!
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