Hi friends! I have some more inspiration to share using the Gina K Designs Autumn Splendor card kit. Today I’m focusing on the paper pack and ephemera included in the kit. I had gotten lots of suggestions on using pattern paper so here are a couple of ideas.
I have a video that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel. I’ll be sharing how tI created the cards and how to use the ephemera pack and cover die.
Since I walk through the cards in my video, down below I will briefly go over the cards. They are really quite simple to put together.
Both cards are featuring the Autumn Splendor Card Kit, specifically the paper pack and ephemera.
I love how Gina came up with a new way to work with the ephemera. You can a bunch of sheets with the same design and all you need to do it use the included cover plate to die cut them out. That way, you are only cutting up what you need at the time and you have TONS to work with.
I formed some of the ephemera into a wreath and held it’s form with some Press N’ Seal.
Then added it around a circle I die cut out from the Master Layouts 5.
I used the same process of using the Press N’ Seal to hold the form of my arrangement for this card.
This time I formed the images around a piece of cardstock die cut from the Master Layouts 9 set.
The sentiment from both cards comes from the Perfect Protea stamp set stamped in Chocolate Truffle ink.
Since everything went together so quickly and is quite clean and simple, I added a few pearls with my liquid glue.
I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration! I don’t get overly fancy with pattern paper. If I overthink it, it won’t work out lol
Thanks for stopping by today!
These are gorgeous!!
Lori S in PA
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yay! glad to see you could leave comments again Lori! ❤️
Thanks for sharing the wonderful inspiration on how to use the Autumn Splendor Card Kit. I can’t wait to receive my kit.
What beautiful cards. Love the pattern paper in this kit. Thanks for the inspiration.