Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Inspired Stamps Christmas Cards: 3 Different Ways.

For this set of cards I made for the Insprired Stamps design team, I used the faux paper quilting technique by cutting up one inch strips of paper and adhering them down to scrap paper, then cut them the opposite way on your paper trimmer to make strips of squares.  Adhere the strips down to your card base to make a quilting pattern.  Super easy and it takes about 10 mins.  The hardest part is picking what paper scrap you want to use, promise!  I did some super easy quick Copic coloring; I chose the Let it Snow snowman for these cards because there isn't much at all to color.  Besides some light stamping, coloring, and use of some hints of embellishments, there isn't much to these cards. Primarily CAS and totally cute for the holiday!  If you give this technique a whirl, please make sure to come back and link me up, I'd love to see them! 

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  1. I like your quilt technique on these cute cards.

  2. Oh I love how you combined the variety of papers...the quilted look is awesome. Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  3. Love that quilting technique! And those snowmen are adorable. Thanks for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!