Either love it or hate it fussy cutting is a technique that shows up a lot in paper craft…..
Is it one of those things that you have wanted to try ? But not sure how to start?
Well today’s post is for you as some of the Team share some hints
and tricks on how to achieve this technique using the stunning Kaisercraft Breathe Collection – IN STORE NOW !!!
”Special” Layout by Rikki G
When I start layering, I look at all the fussy cutting and try to give them some direction and flow….
With this layout I sort of weaved them around the photo and quote.
To help that I used the flower and leaf spray to direct your eye around the page.
PAPERS: BREATHE Collection: P2707 Pale Wander, P2709 Floral Twilight, P2711 Clear Skies, CT956 Collectables, CR203 Curios
KC PRODUCTS: T303 Foam Tape, T321 Glue.
You can download instructions to make this layout HERE
”Extraordinary Happiness” Layout by Alicia McNamara
There are a few things I love about Fussy Cutting. It is an affordable way to stretch the capabilities of the papers and it allows for individual creativity.
In this layout I combined Fussy Cutting with Die Cutting and Stickers to coordinate the products and create a layered cluster.
I started the process by die cutting lots of flower die cuts from MOSAIC STROKE (Reverse).
Then I fussy cut some large flowers from SOFT PASTEL.
I layered the fussy cut flowers on first in a tear-drop shape.
Then I added the die cut flowers in as well. On top and underneath the already organised flowers.
After I had the base of my layers prepared I added my photo, bunting, stickers and title.
You can download instructions for this Layout here.
Watch the Video Tutorial:
What will you fussy cut from the gorgeous Breathe Collection and how will you use those layers on your projects?
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Happy Crafting : )