What Can You Do With Paper Strips & Country Woods Paper

what can. you do with paper strips and country woods

What can you do with paper strips and the Country Woods Designer Series Papers? Join me this month as I’ll be showcasing this beautiful paper pack and ways to use those left-over paper strips and scraps.  This paper pack has a variety of wood grain papers, so it is the perfect pack to use as background pieces, masculine cards, and pairs perfectly with the coordinating Country Birdhouse Bundle, which is where I got the sentiment from.

The Country Woods Designer Series Paper is part of my Stamp Camp At Home Card Club Kit this month.  Club members this month are receiving the full 12 X 12 pack of this beautiful paper with the Basic Gray & Smoky Slate Pearls, bonus full spool of Petal Pink Ribbon and the card kit to create 8 cards 4 different designs they will make two of each card.  They also will be receiving the PDF file for today’s card as well as bonus PDF files this whole month.  This is just one of the perk’s of being in my card club.  I provide them with lots of ideas and PDF files to use with their products.  If you haven’t heard about my card club you can view the blog post HERE.

what can you do with paper strips and the country woods designer series paper

What can you do with paper strips and the Country Woods Designer Series Paper?  Well today’s card is not necessary made of paper strips but paper scraps.  These are the same really in my book, just a bit wider paper strips.  I love the woodgrain prints in this pack, because they work for any occasion and are beautiful.  Maybe it is the color combinations in this pack, but you can make them work for anyone just by pulling out the colors you want to focus on.  My club cards focus more on the Smoky Slate and Petal Pink color combinations but my bonus cards will focus more on the Early Espresso and Crumb Cake colors.

what can you do with paper strips and designer series paper

Whether you use the browns, grays, petal pink, or crumb cake I think the Basic Gray and Smoky Slate pearls compliment the cards perfectly.  These pearls can be made to look more masculine or feminine depending on the color combination and layout of the card.

To get that banner for the sentiment piece I used the Stylish Shapes dies, one of the staple supplies in my craft room.

If you are in to vintage cards or designer series papers, then I think you will love this paper pack.  The coastal cabana peeling paint piece with the old browns showing through is one of my favorite prints.  I love the look it gives and can imagine the feel of peeling paint.  It just looks so realistic.  I think that’s what makes a great printed paper is the more realistic it looks the better.

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