A New Year is on our doorsteps and I hope 2023 will be a nice year with alot of creativity. On the following images you will see me making a New Year’s Card with a lot of small decorations.
Here you can see what I will be using on my card – it is feather, twigs, bows and small glittering balls.
The papers I am using is small leftovers from an earlier project. I thought it was perfect for my New Years project here.
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As you can see I am scoring all edges with a tool which often are used in sewing and quilting projects. It makes a pierced edge which I really like.
The colors of the Distress Inks (Pumice Stone and Hickory Smoke) are used for the flowers you see on the image below.
I make the shapes of the flowers using my hand.
These lovely dials are from Your Own Scrap. I have painted the clock on it and it is important to let it all dry before continuing working with it.
Here is my finished New Year’s Card.
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Thanks for watching! Happy New Year!
Mette Janni is from Denmark. Mette has been writing for TPC since 2020. Mette started paper crafting in her childhood and she makes cards, layouts, paper flowers, 3D and quilling projects. Her paper projects are often made in Shabby Chic or a Contemporary style.