I have a few Basic Grey projects to share...
first up we have this page created for the sketch challenge that's on NOW!
|Materials: Basic Grey "Whats Up" papers and embellishments|
Here's what I had to say -
“I really liked the look of this sketch especially because it gave you plenty of opportunity to use a heap of photos, sometimes that’s rare for me. But this time I wanted to just step out of my comfort zone. I used papers and embellishments from what’s up. I adore the pattern and colours in this collection and am a massive fan of those wooden buttons.”
...and the sketch...
Now it’s your turn! We’d love to see what you create from this week’s sketch. Leave a comment on the Basic Grey Blog with a link to your project and we’ll select one comment at random to receive a $10 credit to shop at basicgrey.com. Comment must be posted by July 15, 2012 at 11:59p MST.
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I have a fabulous birthday card for you all. If you are anything like me you like a bit of texture and dimension on your projects. This is where my punches come in and a little folding technique. I love how something so simple can pack a punch. So now it times to show you how I made that fabulous paper flower on the front of this birthday card.
Start off by making your base. Cut a piece of Good Afternoon patterned paper to measure 15cm x 15cm Trim Jasmine Tea pattern paper to measure 14.5cm x 14.5cm – adhere to base of card. Trim Friendly Greeting to measure 12cm x 12cm, mat to remaining Jasmine Tea paper. Adhere to card. Machine stitch a border for extra detail. Arrange and adhere paper doily.
|Materials: Basic Grey Konnichiwa papers and embellishments|
Now just follow these simple steps to create your flower :
Use 2”circle punch and punch out 6 circles from the pagoda pattern paper.
Fold each punch circle in half and score. Unfold and use the scored centre as a guide. Fold the sides in leaving you with a cone shape.
Arrange cones on matt doily and then adhere. Stack 2 buttons and hand stitch in place.
Slide you finger into each of the cones and lift gently.
Make a pennant from scraps of paper and place alpha stickers on. Add extra detail by machine stitching a line. Adhere your pennant using some 3D foam. Finish your card off by adding a couple of pins.
Don’t forget you can use any size circle punch you have on hand to create a variety of looks.
and this page"the easter egg hunt"
|Materials Used: Basic Grey kissing booth papers and embellishments|
and with the leftovers from the page above I punched out a heap circles using assorted punches and made this paper mobile for jorja's room.
|Materials used: Basic Grey kissing booth papers, sewing hoop, ric rac and a button|
that's all for today,
I do have a few more basic grey pages to share
so I will be back...
Thanks for popping by - Miss wally xxx