Friday, September 6, 2013

Using Fringe Scissors on a Card

Today I have a card to share with you that I created for The Scrapbooking Studio using the American Crafts "Mayberry" line.
American Crafts Mayberry card for The Scrapbooking Studio - how to use fringe scissors on a card
Don't be afriad to mix and match stripes, polka dots, and florals!  When done right, they can be a fun, eclectic mix of patterns.   These all came from the same line so there was some color matching that helps pull them all together.

I have noticed people using fringe a lot more lately.  Usually when I see it done 2-3 times in a week it means it might be trending.  I think fringe is scarier than a lot of trends because it is hard to think beyond using it as an embellishment that looks like grass :)  Today I used it to create long, ruffle-like layers.  And I even did it on patterned paper.  It has an unexpected but interesting look to it!  Not sure I'll use it a ton, but I think it gives this card a nice, unique feel!

Supplies Used:
Patterned Paper: American Crafts
Die Cuts: American Crafts
Fringe Scissors: Martha Stewart
Ribbon: American Crafts


Lee-Anne said...

What a beautiful card. The fringe looks amazing!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeee that look!!!

scrappin_mom3 said...

Loving the fringe scissors!!


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