Monday, 30 April 2012

Patchwork Paper Tutorial

To create my tutorial for my patchwork paper I created this card

The tutorial for the patchwork background paper can be found HERE on my Craft Club Blog.
The rest of the card was made using some Crumb Cake, Old Olive and Baja Breeze card stock. My stamped images are from my new set - Field Flowers, stamped in Old Olive, Baja Breeze and Not Quite Navy ink. I used my bargain seam binding ribbon again and embellished with some Liquid Pearls.

I shall be entering this card into the following challenges
Creative Mondays - Anything Goes
Hooked on Craft Challenges - Flowers
Make it Monday - Anything Goes.

Thanks for looking - see you soon - Jacqueline xx


  1. This is amazing! Got my stamps--stay tuned tomorrow to see what I've made with them! :) LOVE this idea--and the dry embossing is totally a wonderful touch! :)

  2. This is just lovely!!!! Love the layout and papers you used! Thank you so much for joining us at Make it Monday! Don't forget to leave a comment for another entry and mention you saw them on MIM for a chance to win our second prize! Good luck,
    Rene :D

  3. This is beautiful - the flowers are so soft and pretty.

  4. Very pretty. Love the flowers against the patchwork. x

  5. Oh....So pretty, love the patch work back ground and your great saying. Say you on MIM and had to come take a closer look.
    Hugs, Heide

  6. You are so clever Jacqueline! This is a gorgeous, gorgeous card in all its little details. I love those flowers and the patchwork background with the surprise pink elements, the pearls, the postage stamp-style edging... Vicky x

  7. This is absolutely stunning. I love every gorgeous detail. Thank you for joining us at Hooked on crafts
    Hugs Jackie

  8. What a wonderful card you've made!

  9. Beautiful card!! I love how you created the patchwork, brilliant idea, very effective.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Make It Monday this week.

    Michelle :o)

  10. I've been really enjoying making patchwork cards out of my scraps but hadn't thought to emboss squares..... thanks for the inspiration!