My friends Kylie and Bruno shared this simple cardmaking technique years ago. Yes, I said years ago. For some reason my brain blocked it out as something that would be difficult to learn.
So last week I sat down and watched Bruno make one of these cards and I was embarrassed at what a simple cardmaking technique this was that I hadn’t bothered to try.
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SIMPLE CARDMAKING TECHNIQUE
The first card I am sharing today is the card you’ll get in the card class for March.
Every Tuesday I will be making a card that will be in your card kit for the month. I’ll explain more in the YouTube live video.
Here are my tips for the scrappy strip technique:
+ Start with a smaller piece of cardstock as your base than your strips.
+ Cut your strips at varying widths and angles, make sure they are longer than the cardstock piece you’re glueing them on. The strips should hang off the edges.
+ Die cut or trim the excess parts of the strips of cardstock or pattern paper for a beautiful finished piece.
Here are a few other examples of the scrappy strip simple cardmaking technique. The first one I am sharing with the permission from my friend Kylie. This card is on her blog and you can visit her HERE.
These are a few other cards I made on our live event today.
YouTube LIVE MARCH CARD CLASS DETAILS:
+ Every Tuesday at 12pm PST I feature a fun card on my YouTube channel live
+ Place a $50 online order with me from Feb 28 – Mar 27 and get all the Tuesday projects for free
+ Included in your free gift are four card kits and a coordinating embellishment
+ Card kits will be mailed at the beginning of the following month that your order is placed
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Do you have a favorite cardmaking Pinterest board? I would love it if you shared the image below by pinning it to your favorite Pinterest board. This also allows you go to revisit this project whenever you need to and it shares the project with other people.
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