Saturday, January 7

Counterfeit Kit Challenge - Paper Instructions Part 1

Thanks for visiting me on the blog hop yesterday. This is one of the papers I made for my January Kit: Snow Crystal Chronicle (shown before I adhered the parts to the base). I promised I'd share step-by-step instructions for the counterfeited papers, so this is the first one.


Instructions:
1. I started off with four papers (Kraft, diecut paper, vintage music paper with design spray-painted on it in silver, and butterfly paper which is not shown), scissors, and pen

2. I started tracing the diecut paper on the vintage music paper along the long side of the music paper, one side only.


2. Then I traced the opposite side.


3. Then line up the top as best you can, and trace that.


4. Finish tracing the bottom. Then cut inside the lines.

5. Place the vintage music paper inside the diecut paper once it's cut to your satisfaction.


6. With the butterfly paper, start by cutting out the large butterfly.
7. Fussy cut around the edges of the butterfly.


8. Place it in the lower right corner.


9. Fussy cut the large doily from the butterfly paper and place behind the large butterfly.


10. Cut out another doily to add to the left of the butterfly, and a small butterfly for the upper left corner. That's it, you're finished!

Here is the layout I made with this paper too!




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16 comments:

mytwoandras said...

With the beach colors and busy feel of the boardwalk your layout is a great representation of the Jersey Shore :)

Margie said...

This turned out so beautifully!!

Tara O said...

This is beautiful!! Wow!!!

Emily said...

Very very cool! Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

S said...

What lovely layers - you make me want to try that myself.

curlyqmosaics said...

I LOVE this layout! All the layering makes it truly spectacular. Thanks for sharing the details. So very inspiring!!!

scrappymo! said...

Lovely!

Lisa said...

thanks for sharing your creative process - I'm generally too lazy for this type of thing ;-) but you have me inspired to give it a go!

nomorelittlemonkeys said...

Great tutorial! Your paper is absolutely stunning!

Rita Barakat said...

Gorgeous girlie!!!

Kristi Michelle said...

as usual, such beautiful work! I've missed your blog.... had to stop by for some inspiration! :o)

Lisa said...

Your tutorial is great. Love your LO the beach theme is fantastic.

cathyb said...

Wow - how cool is that - what a great idea!

Roxy said...

Freakin' awesome, love it!!!

nancy y said...

love all the layers,and thanks for the directions!

deb said...

Sooo beautiful. Your work just amazes and inspires me JA! xo

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