April 27, 2010

Project Tuesday: Folded Paper Frame

It's time for another fun challenge at Project Tuesday. This week we're making these fun folded paper frames. These are a great way to show off all your double-sided designer papers!

I've used paper from the retired East Coast Prep pack - they just worked so well with the cute cute cute Lots of Bots set!

I just think this set is too adorable for kids (or big kids!) I really like the way these frames work - it's not until you stick the last part down that you realise how well they fit together and how effective the result is.

I coloured my robot with straight markers. I wanted a bold, primary effect, no shading here! I used Crystal Effects to give him and his balloon some shine and dimension.

Inside the card I've used squares of paper to jazz things up, and the bolt image on either side of the sentiment helps tie it all together.

Head on over to Project Tuesday to see what the team has come up with and to link your folded paper frame creation!

Lots of Bots, On Your Birthday
Paper & Card:
Basic Black, Whisper White card
East Coast Prep DP
Ink: Stazon
1 1/4" Square Punch
Other: Stampin' Write Markers, Crystal Effects, Earth Elements Buttons, Linen Thread, Dimensionals
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  1. Hey Sarah - how cute is that robot? Love what you've done to your card inside and out. Kinda sorry I didn't do a card now I think.

  2. Hi Sarah! This is super cute!! Love the robot and all those colors!

  3. Sarah, this is adorable. I love it inside and out.

  4. So cute, inside, and out. Great job on today's project, as usual.

  5. Ooooh! Just popped over to see the tutorial ... thanks for the link ... it is a FAB idea ... and I can't wait to try it out! Love your robot! He is adorable! Hugs, Andrea xxx

  6. cute card, love the bold bot he looks great.

  7. Way tooooo cute!!!! Love the robot!!!

  8. oh how cute is this!!! LOVE it :)


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