Papercrafting 101: Creating Card Layers with Little Birdie Crafts Birds and Berries Collection
Hello, Friends! Do you love patterned papers, but struggle when it comes to using them? Today’s Papercrafting 101 Creating Card Layers is just for you! I’ve put together a little video tutorial that will give you my top tips for creating beautifully composed card layers.
We’ll be working with this scrumptious Little Birdie Crafts Birds and Berries paper collection and the coordinating flowers and chipboard. I’ll link a supply list at the bottom of this post.
Let’s face it: working with patterned papers can be challenging. How do you keep the design from becoming too busy? How do you pick papers that work together? While we create the card together, I’ll share the “why” of this design and help you understand how to successfully layer the beautiful patterned papers we all love so much. The video is loaded with tips, tricks and insights that will really help you move your card making to the next level.
Papercrafting 101: Creating Card Layers: A Peek Inside
Here’s a peek at the inside of this 6″ x 6″ square pocket card. Simple, but adorable, thanks to these lovely papers from Little Birdie Crafts. If you missed my unboxing video of the new Little Birdie Releases, you can find that HERE.
Are you ready to learn how to make this darling card? Then grab a pencil and notebook, and click play, because Papercrafting 101 is in session!
If you’d like to see another project made with Little Birdie’s new releases, click HERE.
I hope I’ve shared some tips, tricks and techniques that you’ll be able to use in your next crafty adventure. If so I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below. You’ll also find a linked supply list there in case you wish to purchase any of the supplies I’ve used in this project.
Thanks for stopping by!
NOTE: use the coupon code Kathy05 to save 5% off your purchase at Little Birdie Crafts
- Little Birdie Crafts
- Spellbinder Dies
- Callista Rectangle Shadowbox Frame
- Picot Circles (retired, but you can substitute THIS die.)
- Spellbinder Dies
- Other Products
- Versamark Ink
- Stampendous Shabby White Embossing Powder
- Dusty Concord Distress Oxide Ink
- CreateForLess – 64696
- Gingham Ribbon
- White Iridescent Metallic String
- 1/8″ Foam Strips
- Foam Dots