Friday, 10 July 2015

Cotton paper fringing with I Think You're Great

This card isn’t a million miles from this one, but I adapt it to showcase some new products at my Catalogue Launch Party.

The first is the cotton paper which is like nothing we’ve ever had before. I’ve already shown you how you can make flowers which hold their shape, but here I’ve also used it to create some fringing. Because it’s so lightweight, it won’t add lots of bulk to your project, which is always a bonus. 

The other product I wanted to show off is the thick Whisper White cardstock. The photo doesn’t show it off at all, of course, but it does mean you can make card bases from it, which are nice and sturdy and stay standing up! 

Stamping is on the back-burner here at the moment, unfortunately, as we are now a week into our building project. So far, it’s not impacted our everyday life too much, as all the activity is taking place outside, but our belongings have been squished up into a smaller space, and stamping time is very limited.  But I’ll keep blogging… it’s a good incentive to squeeze in some crafting now and again!

PS: Just realised I can add product names to the table! Hope you like :) 

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