Hang In There with Fabric Paper

Whimsical and Kind Sayings

Hey Everyone, Welcome to the Art Neko Galleries. Today’s project uses Art Neko’s beautiful fabric papers and a Hang in there Sentiment. On this project, I took white cardstock and sponged yellow and orange across the entire piece. I layered adhesive across the colorful cardstock and adhered the White and Silver Fabric paper to the background and set it aside to dry.  While that was drying, I layered it to white and tangerine cardstock. Meanwhile, using white Embossing powder, I heat embossed the Hang in there, from the Whimsical and Kind Sayings on black cardstock and adhered it to the card layers.

I am thrilled to announce that the talented Holly Brown is Featured Stamper over at Splitcoaststampers this week. I decided to CASE a few of her projects   this one  and this one. The guidelines to play along in a CASE is we are supposed to choose a card and change 2 or more things on the  project. It could be a color combo, embellishments, backgrounds, or even the main image could be different — but similar because you don’t own the exact image. Please list the changes you made in your description.


I hope you enjoyed my project! Thank you for stopping by! Be sure to come by tomorrow to see what Holly has in store for you. If this is your first time here, scroll back to see the other designs from our talented Team!

Chrissy D


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4 Responses to Hang In There with Fabric Paper

  1. Karen Gibson-Clapper November 7, 2016 at 7:24 am #

    Fabulous Chrissy. I love using the papers as well … they have so much life in them, and then a wonderful sentiment makes for a fabulous card such as this one.

  2. Shirley Qu-wannabecre8tive November 7, 2016 at 8:02 am #

    A beautiful card, Crissy. I like that paper. I was thrilled to hear Holly was the featured stamper.

  3. Sabrina F November 7, 2016 at 8:07 am #

    Oh my goodness, Chrissy, the effect you’ve got by laying the paper over a coloured background is just beautiful! I wondered at first how you had added colour to the paper itself – but what you did made sense as soon as I read it, so much easier. And just beautiful!

  4. Hetty Sanders November 10, 2016 at 11:56 am #

    Great playing with stamp and colors, Chrissy!

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