Playing with Patterns and a Sneak Peek

I have enjoyed playing with patterns of paper this holiday season with the fabulous paper from Stampin’ UP!. The Designer Series Paper Packs are designed to work together or on their own and I love that.

Playing with Patterns

Today I’m sharing a project I made playing with patterns from the Heartwarming Hugs a pack of paper with smaller style patterns, making it easy to mix together.

Playing with Patterns

Tips and Techniques

  1. Create the look by playing with patterns and cutting 6 strips of DSP 1″ x 4″. In this project, I used three pieces of red foil, two pieces of the red/green plaid, and one piece of the stripe.
  2. Place the three red foil pieces horizontally then weave in vertical strips. Remember, over-under.
  3. Tighten the strips together so they stay woven and place on a piece of whisper white or other color cardstock using liquid glue. I added the glue to the whisper white first then laid the woven strips on top. There will be ends hanging over.
  4. Run the whole thing through your die cutting machine with the Stitched Rectangle die.
Playing with Patterns

I did some more playing with patterns here in an alternative version of this technique showing off some free Sneak Peeks of new paper and a stamp set coming out in the Jan-June Sale-a-Bration brochure. Each of these products will be free with a $50 purchase.

Playing with patterns

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

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