Quite Curvy Bundle Makes

Recently we had another fun Pootlers event which included craft alongs and sharing ideas. Debbie Toner of Debsydaisy Crafts shared with us a card she made and challenged us to make the same card layout with different colours and patterned paper supplies. I loved it so much I ended up making 4 (so far!). All made using the Quite Curvy bundle.

The first and my favourite is this green and white card made using the retired Noble Peacock speciality patterned paper and matching Old Olive foil. To get some matching ribbon I cracked out my previous trick of colouring white ribbon with Stampin’ Blends. Finishing off with some matching Noble Peacock rhinestones.

Next up I switched up the sentiment and went for Night of Navy. Again with the Noble Peacock foil, but this time with the top piece in colour and changing the bottom piece to sit flat on the card. The background patterned paper is from Playing with Patterns. Completed with a mix of Noble Peacock rhinestones and rhinestone basic jewels.

Third up, some purple posy. A different design from the Playing with Patterns paper with matching ribbon and resin dots. Matchy Matchy. This card is completely flat so a good one for beginners or just those wanting to keep the supplies down.

Last but not least, yet another design from Playing with Patterns for the background. Night of Navy makes a return alongside Misty Moonlight. I used white heat embossing for the sentiment which makes it lovely and tactile, then finished it off with Misty Moonlight In Colour enamel dots.

So do you have a preference? I think the green has to be it for me but I really like them all. Such a simple but versatile design. Thanks again to Debs for the challenge and inspiration. 🙂

Thanks for reading,
Sam xx

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