Once again I’m pairing my flower paper punch with a small circle die, just like what I did here. What’s different this time is that I used patterned papers.
Not long ago I bought a small box of decorative aluminium foil to try them out as backgrounds for cards. As I began to unroll the foil I realized that there were creases here and there, some conspicuous, some not. I just had to accept that condition, kept calm and carried on with the work.
This idea was sparked by a design on a corporate greeting card. It’s so simple to execute and the result as you can see below is just wonderful!
Traditional sequins have holes that facilitate stitching onto fabrics. Onto paper they should really be strung together because they become an unexpected interactive feature.
Wouldn’t it be great fun to watch a flower “grow” on a card? Well sliding makes it possible!