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Radishly Sweet

Hey Crafters!

It's Kelly Martin here, and it's always a privilege to be a guest over on the Butterfly Reflections, Ink blog!

Today I have some simple cards for you that incorporate smaller standalone images and patterned paper--two of my favorite things!

I'm using the images from the Punny Pantry stamp and die set (which is on sale right now!), and some patterned paper from My Favorite Things.

Stamp, color, and die cut your images and then set them aside. I chose to color my images with copic markers, but any coloring medium would work! Choose some papers that coordinate with the color choices on your images, and then go to town on coming up with your layout!

I have two go-to layouts when using patterned paper, one for horizontal oriented cards, and one for portrait-oriented cards.

I die cut some additional frames using a stitched rectangle frame die, mounted them with foam tape, and then adhered them down to my card base, which I'd covered with a panel of the patterned paper. 

To finish off the card, I centered my radish image and then mounted it with two layers of foam tape and adhered it down to the card.

For the second card, I covered a card base with a few different papers and adhered a white scrap of cardstock down the middle where the papers met, to give a finished edge.

I then mounted my pie image with two layers of foam tape and adhered it down to the card.

To give a more "fun" look to the card, I used my corner rounder to round all 4 corners of the card. This makes it look more like a pie card, am I right?!

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today and I hope you'll give some of these simple ideas for using patterned paper a try!

Have a great weekend!


Other Supplies Used:

Ink: Extreme Black (My Favorite Things)


  1. Love that radish ... which could also pose as a beet ... fun card.


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