Thursday, April 21, 2016

Pink Paislee | Thickers

This is a personal blog. All editorial content and projects are intellectual property of  I do receive financial compensation and material product from Pink Paislee to develop my craft posts, but all ideas and opinions are my own.

Hello and welcome today!  I have a couple of cards to share with you today using Thickers and bits and pieces from the Fancy Free collection.

Cards with Thickers #ppfancyfree | @gina_lideros for @pinkpaislee

The thickers in the Fancy Free collection are lovely. I decided to use the fancy glitter foam thickers to use as sentiments on my cards.

Cards with Thickers #ppfancyfree | @gina_lideros for @pinkpaislee

To create my first card I hand cut geometric shapes from patterned paper #06. This is the paper filled with lots of squares. Perfect for patterned piecing. I arranged the geometric shapes onto my card face and then used my sewing machine to stitch them down.

Cards with Thickers #ppfancyfree | @gina_lideros for @pinkpaislee

For my second card, I used a cut file called Film Club Background cut file by Paige Evans sold at Studio Calico. The heart shape originally had more pieces, but I cut it down to size us use on my card front.

Cards with Thickers #ppfancyfree | @gina_lideros for @pinkpaislee

I used the same patterned paper that I used on my first card (#06) to fill in the heart shape. I dipped a paint brush in white paint and splattered it across my card face. I added the cut file, thickers sentiment , some loose string and a few other embellishments from the collection.

Cards with Thickers #ppfancyfree | @gina_lideros for @pinkpaislee

What creative uses do you have for using Thickers? We would love for you to share them with us on the Pink Paislee Facebook page.

Collection Used: Fancy Free

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