Friday, August 3, 2018

Summer fun with Elizabeth Craft Designs

Good morning! 
I, like many others, buy the entire release of a paper line! Often I am left with one or two full sheets and a bunch of pieces after I have created a few projects. So what do I do? I die cut lots of shapes using Elizabeth Craft Designs dies!!!! The following project was created using a couple of sheets and scrap pieces and lots of dies and a sketch I found online at Lets Get Sketchy.
 
To create this project:
Step 1: Tear upper left and lower right corners off of a 12 x 12 sheet and adhere to a full sheet. 

 

Step 2: Die cut two 3 3/4 circles from double-sided paper with a 3 3/4 circle die and a 3 1/2 die at the same time (washi tape or other low-tack tape is perfect for holding dies onto the paper so they do not move!). Both sides can be shown. 
Step 3: Die cut two 4 3/4 x 3 1/2 rectangles, one 3 1/2 x 2 rectangle, one 3 1/4 square, and one 3 3/4 square. 

  

Step 4: Cut a few strips of paper. 
 Step 5: Using an edge shredder or the inside blade of scissors, distress all edges. 
Step 6: Assemble as shown, adding a focal photo and embellishments to coordinate with the paper collection.

Thanks for stopping by,
Laura

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