Welcome back for the last blog hop of 2015! We are finding our way through the end of the year with Club Scrap's December kit, Navigation!
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I loved the muted colors of this kit, but my favorite part of the paper was certainly the patterns! I have a thing for maps, new or old, and this kit has some amazing map prints. I couldn't pick one pattern to feature, so I had to find a way to incorporate all of them!
No fancy techniques on this card! I simply cut strips of the patterned paper I wanted to use into half-inch strips, adhered one end to the card base for stability, then started weaving the paper together. I may end up adding a sentiment to the card once I decide who this will be for, but the paper can certainly speak for itself.
This would be a perfect technique to use up old scraps for that you can't seem to part with. I would definitely use this technique on a scrapbook page too - either a large or small embellishment, depending on what you need it for.
I hope you try this easy technique out on your cards and pages - I think you will like the results!
Thanks for stopping by - your next stop is Anne Marie - go see what she has up her sleeve! Be sure to stop in next year as we Celebrate with Club Scrap's 200th kit!