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Crate Paper Design Team : Pastel Cards

By Jcchris
Hello CP friends! Today, I would love to share with you cards that I created with the very pretty Chasing Dreams collection by Maggie Holmes for Crate Paper. Cards are pretty easy to put together and they are perfect for any occasion! Once you have a 'sketch' in your mind or on paper, the design will come naturally as you put all the elements together. 

The cards I put together are pretty similar to each other. I kept the cards simple but they look classy and fun! One of my fav things to do is to keep the cards 'uniform' so that I don't have to spend too much time on each card. This way I can create more cards in lesser time. My cards mainly consistone die-cut & one title/sentiment in the middle. The only thing I did was to use different elements so the cards look different but still similar in a way. The first card certainly was the initial idea that led me to create the second card. Crate Paper Design Team : Pastel Cards

I love transforming this smaller art canvas by using one of my favorite techniques that is layering. This time round, I layered the patterned papers and stitched them together with my swing machine. Each cards has similar patterned paper to create a cohesive look. 
Crate Paper Design Team : Pastel CardsThe gold glittered polka-dots acetate is such great addition to the cards. Just by adding the gold elements onto the cards instantly elevate the classy look.Crate Paper Design Team : Pastel Cards
Thanks for coming by. Have a great crafty week! Xoxo Jessy
Supplies: Maggie Holmes Chasing Dream - 12x12 paper pad (375969), Ephemera Die-Cuts (375950), 6x12 Stickers (375951), Fringed Paper Butterflies (375960), Thickers Stickers (CDTS-75955), Oasis - Ephemera Die-Cuts (378994), 6x12 Stickers (378995)

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