In my last blog (CLICK HERE if you missed it), I showed you how to create a few simple hybrid cards using the Picnic Digital Kit. Truth be told, in the course of figuring out what those cards would look like, I printed out a few extra sheets of that paper, including one with the blue checkerboard background. Being the true
Then, I saw Tricia's post - New Formulas for Picnic Papers - and I was inspired. Thanks, Tricia!
I took those extra backgrounds and cut some into 1" squares and punched some into 1" circles.
I arranged them on two card bases made from one sheet of the 8.5x11 Dark Green paper from the Club Stamp kit. They looked okay, but I felt something was missing. I thought about inking the edges, but then saw a piece of sand paper on my craft table and thought, "Hmmm, would that work?" You bet it did!
|I'm sure you have some kind of sanding tool in your craft supplies - I have several!|
|I had a little extra space on the left card, but a 1/4" strip of green filled that nicely!|
So there you have it . . . two more quick and easy hybrid cards. I hope you'll give this a try.
Until next time, thanks for stopping by!