Friday, March 9, 2012

Bloom Where You're Planted


Kim has a knack for mixing and matching patterns in fun and unexpected ways. So, the Field Notes paper collection fits her style perfectly.


Here she used papers from the collection and companion paper pad with other tidbits like die-cuts, perforated sheet, fabric swatches and rhinestones.


What a clever way to make a flower! Simply layer and rotate heart shapes on top of each other. Then pull the edges up a little.

2 comments:

Katherine B said...

this chick rocks~!

Diana Waite said...

WOW this is BEAUTIFUL!

 

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