Geometric Mono

Hello and a happy Saturday to those of you that are off!

Today I have a couple of makes to share using the new and fabulous Geometric Mono from docrafts.   I’m loving the papers as the die-cut pack comes with printed vellum as well as papers and die-cut sheets of gorgeous-ness!

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This makes pretty much speaks for itself.  Using a large die-cut hexagon as a base, I’ve made an envelope from the die-cut pack and added die-cut shapes of the papers that I’ve matt onto black card to give a distinct look.

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To add depth to the make, I’ve used 3D foam dots in-between the layers on the sentiment pennant.  I am just loving the gold printed vellum in the A4 Die-Cut and Paper Pack!!

 

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Add a small section of ribbon to the tag to allow you to pull the sentiment out easily.

 

The second card today uses a tall card blank that has been spritzed in gold ink to give a lovely glow to the background.

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I tried to make a simple CAS card but as usual got carried away by layers and texture.  The stamp is a real favourite of mine at the moment and was free in Issue 66 of docrafts Creativity magazine.

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The die-cut hexagons have been edged in black ink before being secured to the card

 

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Close up view of the layered sentiments

This range will be perfect for male cards and with Father’s Day looming on the distant horizon, I expect a fair few cards will be made form these papers this year. Stock up on those embellishments as I expect they will be super popular!

Take care all, see you soon.

H xx

 

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