Papertrey’s Make It Monday #274: Pattern Play with Die Cut Silhouettes

This week’s challenge for Papertrey’s Make It Monday was to use pattern paper to create die cut silhouettes.  This was a struggle initially.  I don’t use my pattern paper in die cuts….never.  But it was a good learning exercise since I was happy with the results.  Stretching yourself is a good thing, right? The other lesson of the day was that you can never have enough sequins.  I ended up needing 2 orange and pink ones and went through lots of different ones to find the ones that match hibiscus burst and orange zest.  Now I have an excuse to buy more sequins and pattern paper…hmmm.   Supplies are listed below.  Happy crafting!

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Supplies:

  • Cardstock:  White 110 lb. (Recollections); Smokey Shadow Patterned Paper (Papertrey); Orange Zest Patterned Paper (Papertrey); Hibiscus Burst Patterned Paper (Papertrey); Hibiscus Burst (Papertrey)
  • Ink:  Onyx Black (Versafine)
  • Stamps: Blooming Button Bits (Papertrey)
  • Dies: Mega Gracious Vases die (Papertrey); Button Stacks II die (Papertrey)
  • Accessories: Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh and Doodlebug)
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4 responses to “Papertrey’s Make It Monday #274: Pattern Play with Die Cut Silhouettes

  1. I love your patterned vases! Excellent take on the challenge this week!

  2. i love this so much!! such a fun mix of patterns, colors, and die cuts! thanks for playing make it monday!

  3. This is such a beautiful card. You did a great job. I struggled, too! When I watched the video I thought – “no problem, piece of cake!” Then when I got to work it was a different story! 🙂 thanks for sharing your lovely work.

  4. Gorgeous card!!

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