No Pattern Paper Cards | Patricia Roebuck

Hello! I have some fun, creative cards to share using no pattern paper. I used the March Color Kit and the March cardstock kit to mask and mist the yellow mist spray onto the pale blue cardstock, which will then make the mist look green.  Then added a little of the Pistachio paint dabber.  I don’t have the white paint dabber yet from the kit, so grabbed a white spray mist from my stash.  I loved the look it gave.  Almost embossed making the dots look raised.  So I circled some of the dots with a black pen.  The effect made me think of planets, so used my circle punches, mixing in some of the sequins and star stickers from the March kits.  I stitched one of the phrase stickers onto the Pinkfresh label for the sentiments and then adhered to the card.
March 2015 Kits @hipkitclub #hipkitclub @paroe #scrapbooking #cardmaking #kitclub

Without drying off my stencil, I used it as a stamp and pressed it onto the same light blue cardstock for a different effect.  Then using the Silhouette, cut clouds to adhere to the white cardstock base.  Finished it off with stitching, enamel dots, sentiment, rubons and arrow sticker from the March Kits.

March 2015 Kits @hipkitclub #hipkitclub @paroe #scrapbooking #cardmaking #kitclub

March 2015 Kits @hipkitclub #hipkitclub @paroe #scrapbooking #cardmaking #kitclub

Clean and simple cards are a wonderful way to try out different techniques while keeping them relatively flat and easy to slip in the mail.

Patricia Roebuck-new

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