Hello there! It’s Elodie on the blog today with a brand new Pink Paislee project to share with you. This week we are focusing on paper pads. I love paper pads and I use them a lot on my projects. They are so handy to make cards, create layers, or back photos. Here I made a set of cards using the Auburn Lane 6×8 paper pad and some embellies from the collection.
I started by making the bases of my cards and folded two papers from the Auburn Lane paper pad in half to get 6×4 cards. So easy!
I topped my cards with rectangles that I cut in the paper pad and hand stitched one of them with white thread to add a bit of texture. I then moved on to the embellishing part.
For the first card I went with circles using puffy stickers, enamel dots, sequins, a die cut from the ephemera pack, and circles that I cut in the Auburn Lane paper pad. For my title I used a cardstock sticker that I adhered with foam squares to make it pop.
For the second one I placed a beautiful wooden frame in the center of the card and adorned it with a die cut, shiny heart stickers, and a pennant sticker from the sticker book for the title. I fussy cut pretty flowers from the 6×8 paper pad, tucked a couple of them under the frame, and adhered the others on the edges of the card. Finally, I scattered some pink sequins from the mixed embellishment pack on my card to add more detail and a bit of shine.
All you need to make pretty cards are a paper pad and a few embellishments! I hope these inspire you to have fun with your Pink Paislee paper pads. Thanks so much for visiting the blog today, see you again soon!