How to use Pattern Paper as the Focal Point

by Kymona Tracey

Hello everyone! Kymona here to show you how to use pattern paper as the focal point.

Let's take a look at how I used pattern paper:

Pattern Paper Focal PointInteresting right? Yes, this is such a cute way to have your pattern paper stand out.

Creating these 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches cards is easy and can be made in minutes. You can use decorative dies, decorative scissors, or just your paper cutter to cut the paper into smaller pieces.

Here's how you make pattern paper the focal point:

Materials

Wildflower Paper Pack
White Cardstock
Foam Tape
Spectacular Adventures Stamp Set
Black ink
Paper trimmer
Decorative Scissors (optional)
Decorative Dies (optional)
Die Cutter Machine (optional)

Instructions:

Cut a piece of white cardstock to 3.5 inches x 7 inches, scored at 3.5 inches.

Cut 3 pieces of pattern paper to 1-inch x 1 -9/16 inch and 3 pieces smaller pieces to 1-inch x 1-1/4 either with scissors, a paper trimmer or die.

Pattern Paper Focal PointArrange the pattern pieces on the front of the cardstock either in the same way you cut them or in a different pattern.

Pattern Paper Focal PointOnce you like the placement, add foam tape to the back of each piece and place them on the front of the cardstock.

Since each cut piece is so small, choose a sentiment that is just as small and stamp it on one of the panels.

Done!

Pattern Paper Focal PointSuper simple, easy, and fun to make. You can make a set of these cards in minutes.

I hope you enjoyed this project. How would you use your pattern paper?  I would love to hear your thoughts. If you would like to see another project I created, click here.


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4 comments

Margaret+R July 3, 2021 - 12:34 pm

Love this idea! I’ll be trying it today!

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Florine July 3, 2021 - 6:25 pm

That is so cool! What die did you use to cut those pattern paper?

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tara prince July 9, 2021 - 11:24 am

so pretty!!

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Sherrie Lewis July 31, 2021 - 4:42 pm

Yes! I love this idea. What did you use to cut the patterned paper like postage stamps?

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