Stitched and Distressed Layers Card

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing how I created a card using my PenBlade craft knife as a distressing tool.

I started with some patterned paper and stickers from the Mad4Plaid collection from Photo Play Paper.

I cut out some square panels from the Lennox and Madras patterned papers, and I distressed the edges by running them through the thread cutting groove on my PenBlade craft knife.

This is a great feature because you can use the knife to distress without the blade being exposed.

I machine stitched around each panel, then layered and adhered the panels together.

I created another square panel from white cardstock, distressed and stitched the edges, and topped it with a flower I created from patterned paper, cardstock, stickers from the Mad4Plaid Delightful sticker sheet, machine stitching, a felt flower sticker, and a button.

I adhered the decorated panel to the center of the layered panels and adhered the completed panel to the front of a square card to finish.

I hope you enjoyed today’s Make It! Monday project. Thanks so much for stopping by!



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