Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Faux Mitre Corner Technique

Thanks for hopping over! I have an easy technique to share with you for the Dungarees Blog Hop hosted by Club Scrap.


I was inspired by a card on my Pinterest board and decided to try my hand at the multi-layered piece featuring faux mitred corners.

Sizes of Dungarees paper used:
Card Base
7x10 Cream

Layer #1
4-3/4x6-3/4 Dark Blue
4-5/8x6-5/8 Kraft

Layer #2
3-1/2x5-1/2 Dark Blue
3-3/8x5-3/8 Cream or Text

Layer #3
2-3/4x4-3/4 Dark Blue
2-5/8x4-5/8 Cream

All the pretty layers!
Use the 45 degree angle on the grid ruler to mark the largest Kraft panel at each corner.
Align the mark with an indentation on the ScorPal and score.
Flip the panel onto the raised score side and apply Earth ink with an Ink Applicator.
Punch some daisies from the Russet Plain. Stamp the pocket onto Cream with Sapphire ink and trim.
Arrange the flowers on the panel and add a few stems with a black pen.
Special thanks to Kay Williamson for the detailed card photos below . . .





I'm glad you stopped in. Now it's time to see what Hetty's up to at Craft Chaos.

Next time, let's have a Picnic.
Tricia

19 comments:

  1. Great card! love the flowers in the pocket and great instuctions on the technique.
    BTW I am always in for a picnic.

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  2. Cute card and a great technique! Thanks for instructions

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  3. Adorable - and like Hetty I am always up for a picnic too.

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  4. What a super way to get the mitered corner look without all the cutting! I am so gonna do this!

    TFS!

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  5. Oh my gosh, what a fantastic idea. Who knew?! I will be using this technique a lot. Thanks Tricia and your card is so sweet!

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  6. Love the tonic distresser for the jeans pocket-really makes it POP!

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  7. great tip and I love the pocket full of posies!

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  8. LOVE IT! Thanks for the quickie technique, too!

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  9. What a sweet card! Literally a pocket full of posies, right? I love the faux mitered technique too - this would work great on a scrapbook page too to highlight a special photo. Thanks for the ideas Tricia!

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  10. Cute card! I love the faux mitered corner technique.

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  11. What a beautiful card. Love the faux mitered corned idea!

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  12. What a wonderful idea to get that look without the work. Another idea to bookmark.

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  13. What a great look, I am always amazed how such a simple technique can add so much to a card/project/etc.

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  14. Really beautiful card and I love the technique for the faux mitered corners. Have a great day Tricia!

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  15. Just adorable Tricia, the flowers popping out of the little pocket is very clever.

    Hugs Diane

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  16. This is an excellent example of how this kit can be feminine. Love it!! The faux miters are so fun--great technique!!

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  17. That is just too cute. Thank you!

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