Easy Elements In a Row Card
Sometimes I like to mass produce cards for friends, but I never quite want to make them identical. I’m Becca Feeken with Amazing Paper Grace and I have an easy card to share with you today. Take a stunning element and repeat it in a row three times and you’ll get a harmonious design, furthermore the eye loves the balance of the three elements in a row. The sum of all the parts creates a unique piece with balance and simplicity.
Tip: Stick to an odd number of elements in a row to create visual appeal. Your brain and eyes favor an odd number.
For my card today I created a long landscape card 8-1/2″ wide and 4″ tall – just the right size to fit into a business envelope. The long size makes a perfect foundation for three elements in a row.
For the “dazzling” elements in a row I selected S5-329 Hannah Elise Layering Frame. I simply cut a panel of card stock 3-1/2″ tall by 7-3/4″ wide. I folded the bumps outs on Hannah Elise over the panel for a nice looking motif. After putting one motif on each end of the panel, the last motif was centered. This makes an excellent base to embellish with a bow and a sentiment tag! I popped it up on doubly stacked foam tape to adhere it to the card base.
These are amazingly easy to make and although in different colorways, you can mass produce them while each one has its own character. Coordinate bows to the color of your card stock and add flowers with S6-050 Cinch and Go Flowers.
- S5-329 Hannah Elise Layering Frame
- S6-050 Cinch and Go Flowers
- PE-100 Platinum™ 6 Die Cutting And Embossing Machine – 6″ Platform
- T-001 Tool ‘N One™
Neenah Classic Crest – Natural White Card Stock, Bazzill Cardstock in rose, Love Nicole Paper – Tan, Hug Snug Seam Binding, Pretty Pink Posh Sequins
Thanks for stopping into today. I hope your weekend is full of sweet things to make!
Becca Feeken – www.amazingpapergrace.com
Wow..these are so beautiful..classy !!
Thank you so much Pooja 🙂
Hi Becca although these are made the same they look so different
the colours and the way you have dressed them up !
Take care enjoy your week hugs Pam XXX
Pam, it was sooooo easy to change out the colors!! I love doing that 🙂
Just lovely… I like the soft colors and the repeat of the intricate dies…
Thank you Penny! I think the repeat creates intrigue!
Classy is the word for these cards! You are an artiste.
Thank you Karen!!
Fantastic art–great idea using a business card effect
Thank you Lorraine!
Bookmarking this beauty to CASE some day! I have so many of your projects bookmarked, I think I could work on them for a year straight… I just LOVE your gorgeous style!
Thank you so much sweet friend! As you know I closely follow you on Instagram and always love seeing what you make!!
These are AMAZING just like you Becca
What a sweet thing to say, thank you Cindy!!