Hi, everyone! I’ve got a super simple card to share with you today, using just part of a sheet of patterned paper and a die. That’s it.
Let’s talk for a minute about P13. They’re a Polish company, and they make beautiful, thick patterned paper. That’s really all you need to know, because it’s all I know. When I say thick, I mean thick. I don’t know their exact weight, but it’s close to card stock weight! I’m telling you, these are wonderful. They’re double sided, and the little strip you see at the bottom here with the torn edge is the back of that very same sheet (Spring #03) as the floral cluster I fussy cut and added to the card using 1mm foam squares.
I used a die from Papirdesign to die cut from white cardstock the word hallo (hello) five times. I stacked them for a dimensional look and glued them onto my card. It covers part of that torn edge, part of the floral cluster and part of the cardbase, giving a nice cohesive feel to the card while still leaving plenty of white space.
I have tons of floral clusters left over from the patterned paper, and one of the wonderful things about the P13 papers is that the design isn’t repetitive. This specific sheet of patterned paper had plenty of florals on the front, but they were all a little different, which means creating different cards from them will be a breeze.