Hope you are having a lovely start to your spring (here in the USA) filled with sunshine and warming temps.
Today I wanted to share my latest Papercraft Business DT using minimal supplies. If you haven’t checked out our challenge blog before, we host a monthly papercrafting challenge inviting all papercraft projects. There is a chance of winning a PRIZE and blog badges for your design work. Usually the theme is “Anything goes” with an optional theme of “Easter” for April. Come join us, we’d love to have you! Check it out HERE
Over the past few days, I have made several unfinished cards and was getting quite frustrated with myself, feeling like I wasn’t creative or crafty enough. Today at work I was working on a project and I was overthinking some components. A co-worker jokingly said, “Keep it simple. Don’t overthink it” when she could tell I was frustrated. That is the same approach I took today after work.
I used the Lawn Fawn Rub-a-Dub stamp set, using the duck images. I used the Lawn Fawn Black Soot die ink and colored the images in with my Crayola super tips. I was looking around in my craft room and my eyes landed on some unused washi tape so I used it to create some scalloped dimension, matching the scalloped framed die.
Taking the pressure off of myself, I created this quirky card in minutes and I have plans on giving it to the coworker that gave me the simplest reminder that sometimes it’s okay to “Keep it Simple” 🙂
Have a great day!