Learn how-to shape and layer a card with a focal point in #TechniqueTuesday with Peg from Peg's Crafting Corner.
There are times when we just can't find that perfect piece of cardstock or don't have a large enough piece to use as the background for a card, but what do we do? We still need to make a card.
That's easy, but often does not occur to us. Simply use what pieces we do have and some simple shapes and found objects to create the focal point for it.
Choose a shape to be the larger object on your card. In this case, it's a tree for the holidays made from a piece of cardstock that has been cut to measure 5" tall and 3" wide at the base. You can use a ruler to measure this out and make the job of cutting it easier.
Also, cut a tree trunk if you are making a tree from brown cardstock.
See how easy a card will take shape by using shapes and layers without having to worry about a background?
Finish your card by following the instructions in the how-to entitled, " Card Focal Points: Shapes, Layering and Assembling."
Got the hang of this technique?
Put your new skill to the test with this tutorial:
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