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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.

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.


  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!

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

    Lucy x


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