Textured Card Project- New Home Card0
Nicole here to share a project using the Papermilldirect textured card. I love using textured card, particularly on projects where I am going for a clean and simple card look. On this particular project I combined a Papermilldirect Hemp textured Card Base with a Hemplayer to work on as the main card layer. This gave a white on white card effect, but with a lot of texture to it. On this project I used:
- Papermilldirect Hemp A5 Card Base
- Papermilldirect Hemp Card stock
- Papermilldirect Charcoal Pearlised Card
- Papermilldirect Ruby Red Card
- Distress Inks
- Washi Tape
- Splatter effect stamps
- House Die
- Circle Dies
- Shimmer Pearl Pen
- Wood grain Patterned Paper
I wanted this card to be very minimal and clean and simple looking. So I cut my circles from the wood grain patterned paper and the Charcoal Card. I laid them on the White Hemp panel where I wanted them to end up which gave me the approximate position for the ink splatter stamp to go.
I then stamped these splatters and added the washi tape. Once the tape was on I glued the wood grain circle down to the white panel and used foam tape to adhere the charcoal grey circle. I then added the red house to this circle with a combination of glue and tape.
I used the shimmer pearl pen to add glaze to the windows on the house, and also to add some translucent pearl 'drops' on the card. Overall the texture on the Hemp card really allows this card to work and come together. I love clean and simple cards, and the texture on this one really lets it work well.
What is your favourite texture Papermilldirect card?