Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Designer Paper Chevron Boarder


Hello Friends
    Video day and the last one for 2013....I just can't believe that 2013 is over and a New Year tomorrow.
Tuesday today that bring us a new Deal of the week CLICK HERE to view.  
Today video on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com you will see how to make a Chevron Boarder using 5 strip of 1" by 2½ of Designer Series Paper of your choice. I use Venetian Romance #130144. This is a technique that you will have to play a little to make it fit. I did a class last month and it took a little bit of time for the ladies to get it but after their first one the second one when easy. It's like many other technique the first one is frustrating but don't stop the second one it's easy :) I did a few of them so I will share more in the next few days. Color of card stock are Baked Brown Sugar and Crisp Cantaloup.  Stamp set are Creative Elements wood#128523 clear# 122647 and Banner Greetings *Hostess set page 202 Do you know that you don't have to host a party to get the Hostess Set...with order of 150.00 plus you can pick in the Hostess section for the rewards plus you can gather a few orders between you and your friends and all place it together and you will get the Hostess rewards on all order combine together that reach the 150 or more. Any question contact me.


This one after I glue all the strip I emboss it with the argyle folder #127750 this is NOT in the video I try this after the video was done and to be honest I like it better it cover all the little gap in between the strip.
 
Again to view the video visit my blog at www.frenchiestamps.co. Thank s for stopping by and if you go out tonight to celebrate the end of 2013 and welcoming 2014 be safe and have a great time!
See YOU next Year!





France Martin
France Martin

It's me Frenchie with a little french accent living in the United Stats, that love to created and shared paper crafting. Hope I inspired to create your own creation with paper. Thank you for stopping by. Come again soon!

1 comment:

  1. Great technique! This would look great as a border on a layout. TFS!

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