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Sunday, March 20, 2011

A Set from the Roguette

Our Junior Designer, the Roguette, has put together a simple set of note cards using basic elements, a malleable design and our Snow Hugs plate.


To start off the Roguette chose 3 coordinating double-sided papers for her set. She then cut identical bases from olive colored stock (5.5" x 4.25"). While most of her paper selections were a yellowy-green, she did note that they had traces of deep blue so she also cut mats (5.25" x 4.0") for her card bases from navy blue.


Next, she created several panels, 4 colored full-size panels (5.0" x 3.75") using the 3 fronts of the papers and 1 back as well as 4 smaller panels (4.0" x 2.0") from the same papers. She also cut out 4 mats for the smaller panels (4.25" x 2.25") from the navy cardstock. Finally, she stamped the standing couple from the Snow Hugs plate and colored it with coordinating copic markers.


Then, she had some fun as 11-year-old redheads are bound to do! She played with the combinations of paper and panels and came up with some designs she liked. They are shown below.






Supplies:
Paper - Olive Vacation Floral, Olive Den Plaid and Olive Nook Blossoms (Scrapbook Walls)
Cardstock - Old Olive, Night of Navy and Very Vanilla (Stampin Up)
Ink - Paris Dusk (Memento)
Copics - B24, B26, E02, E11, E37,YG95 and YG97

Hope you enjoyed this great way to play with paper. The Roguette will be back with more posts in the future.

2 comments:

  1. Wow! These cards are gorgeous! The Copic coloring is outstanding. And, I love the sense of movement created with the placement of the image panel and the patterned paper panels - the couple almost look like they've skated out of their frames and "escaped" their confinement. I am going to try this, see if I can get the same feeling in my cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. Oh, Your Roguette is so talented! These cards are perfect!

    Lucy x

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