20 days of paper projects – day 8

It’s now Day 8 of our 20 day series of projects using patterned paper (also known as Designer Series Paper or DSP for short). This time we’re making the most of the two-sided nature of many patterned papers with a fold-back technique.

This fold shows both sides of the patterned paper and you can choose which you prefer to see most of and which should be just a peek.

The card base is an A6 portrait of Fresh Fig. A card front layer of Naturally Eclectic DSP was cut horizontally approx. 3/4 of the way across and the cut edges folded back and secured with dimensionals. Using Fresh Fig ink, a sentiment from Oh So Eclectic was stamped onto a card front layer of Whisper White card (in the area that the paper will reveal). The paper layer was adhered direct to the stamped layer and then direct to the card front. Using Lemon Lime Twist ink, the leaves from the set were stamped twice  onto Whisper White card and die cut out with the matching Eclectic Layers framelits. The watercolored flower from the set was stamped onto Whisper White card with Fresh Fig ink and die cut out. A detailed flower was die cut from Fresh Fig card which was first backed with Multi-purpose Adhesive Sheet and adhered over the top of the stamped flower. The leaves were adhered direct to the back of the flower before popping it up on the card front with dimensionals. A Clear Faceted Gem was used to finish the flower.

On the Whisper White insert the watercolour flower and a flower centre were stamped with Fresh Fig ink. After masking off the flower, more leaves were stamped with Lemon Lime Twist ink.

Don’t forget that in our Designer Series Paper Sale you get one pack free when you buy three others (and you can choose to get the more expensive one for free!).

Thanks for stopping by.

Sara xx

These are the supplies used on this project. If you live in the UK, Austria, France, Germany, or the Netherlands, then click on any product to shop online.

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