One of the latest challenges at the Moxie Fab World blog is to incorporate chevron stripes into your papercrafting projects! Here’s an example of some fabric that’s definitely chevron chic, and was one of the inspiration examples for this challenge:
Here’s my card!
Supplies: paper (My Mind’s Eye), tiny screwhead brads (Tim Holtz), font (Punch Label via the Internet), colorbox cat’s eye ink for edging, metal washer, twine, craft knife, cardstock.
Instead of cutting letters out of the patterned paper, I hand-cut the letters into the paper and saved the middles to put back in. First, I printed the letters on paper, used temporary adhesive, then used a craft knife to cut the letters out. I adhered some white cardstock behind the patterned paper, then finished the card with coordinating accents.
I typed the sentiment, printed it and added Glossy Accents to make it look more like label tape.
So now that you’ve seen the card I’m entering for the “Chevron Chic Challenge” in the Moxie Fab World, there’s still time for you to be inspired and play along, too!
This challenge runs until midnight EDT on Monday, May 30! So check out more inspiring examples of chevron chic trendiness at the Moxie Fab World blog and get your creation linked up!
Thanks for stopping by!
4 thoughts on “Moxie Fab World’s Chevron Chic Challenge!”
Great card! Love the hardware.
The chevron design sure is perfect for a “dad” card. Love it.
Hey Suzanne! Thanks for linking this up to the Chevron Chic Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! 🙂
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