Hello there! It’s Riikka here to share two projects with you and they both come with a tutorial! This card has a step by step version and then the layout that I made as my other project has a video! Double treat, should I say! Like always both of the crafts use the same idea, steps, and materials but the form is just different.
Chevron Halloween Cards
By Judi Kauffman
The new Chevron Background die is so much fun to use! It cuts a rectangle that will fill an A2-size card front. It also cuts lots of smaller pieces, some with decorative stitched lines, as well as ten flag pieces with holes at the top for stringing them together as banners.
I decided to cut the Chevron Background from Bright Orange Soft Finish Cardstock and challenged myself to use every single piece for a batch of Halloween cards. Backing the cardstock with Clear Double Sided Adhesive Sheet before cutting made it extra fast and easy.
Though I ended up with three cards; you could make more cards by using fewer pieces on each one.
Yes, this entire card is created by using glitter on all the die cuts. Good Morning, this is Selma Stevenson today. I admit, I am not great at coloring, but I love to add color by using glitter, especially on Christmas cards. Below I will show you my glitter organization and explain how I created my card.