Colour blocking - extremely simple and effective cardmaking.
If cardmaking magazines are anything to go by; colour blocking seems to be what's 'in'. It's interesting to see what different looks you can achieve with this simple technique. Just a bunch of squares cut with square nestabilities dies and assembled in different colour coding onto your card base.
One card features bright, modern, solid patterns whilst the other sports a vintage, shabby chic look. The vintage images inside the boxes are from a gorgeous set of square images on a Prima 12x12 cardstock from the 'Divine' collection.
Both are extremely simple to make and take less than a half hour to conceptualise.
- Prima Divine 'Chanson' paper 12x12
- Webster's Pages 'Everlasting Love' paper 12x12
- Webster's Pages Alison Kreft 'That Way' paper 12x12
- Bo Bunny Jewels
- Bo Bunny cardstock stickers 'True Friend'
- Damask Ribbon*
- Brown Ribbon*
- Lace Ribbon*
- Faux flowers*