What’s not to love about the Flight & Airy Designer Series Paper?
Birds, flowers and water colours make the most scrumptious looking paper.
I really wanted a design that showed off this paper to its potential.
I CASED this design from Ruth from ArtfulStampin with Ruth, but changed the paper and front.
The Flight & Airy paper is a freebie (while stocks last) until the 29th February, but you can replace it with whatever you have in your stash to re-create this card.
The idea behind this card is really simple:
1. Cut out a card base as you usually would and score an additional line in the front of the card base
2. Cut out three pieces of patterned paper just a little smaller than the cardstock
3. Cut the fourth piece of patterned paper just a little bigger than the three pieces above
4. Cut a piece of matching cardstock 3″ x 6″ and scored at 3″ on the long side. That’s 7½ cm x 15 cm, scored at 7½ cm on the long side in metric.
5. Fussy cut your birdies for the square panel created in (4).
6. Stamp an image onto your square panel and then glue your birdies at the top and bottom
7. Glue the patterned pieces onto the panels on the card base -make sure you keep the pattern in the correct order
8. Only glue the square cardbase to the furthest patterned paper panel
9. Embellish as you wish -I used the Brass Butterflies for my design.
I used the same Flight and Airy paper in this card.