Windy Kiddie LayoutPosted: March 18, 2012
I made a layout as my project for Inspiration Challenge #30 over at the Pretty Little Studio Blog. I love this fabric wreath…the colors and designs are very pretty! It was made using styrofoam balls and torn strips of fabric. From this, I decided to take the circle shape and strips of patterned paper.
Think Outside the Box: Fabric Wreath
Source: Making It Fun Blog
I used four different sizes of circle punches and added strips of patterned paper. I did not rip them. I cut them first and then distressed the edges using scissors before I added them to the cardstock circles.
Supplies I used to make my “Windy Kiddie” Layout:
Others: Bright White Cover cardstock by The Paper Company, Black Zig Writer Pen, Jack Frost, Tiger Lily, and Yellow Daisy Glimmer Mists by Tattered Angels, Lime Twist Fly a Kite “Everyday” Twine by My Mind’s Eye, Herma Tabs, Mini and Memory Book Glue Dots, Macaw Glitter Letter Thickers and Circle Foam Tabs by American Crafts, Circle Clever Lever Punches by Marvy Uchida, scissors, buttons, white tissue paper, white thread, and sewing machine