CARE FREE I LAYERED TAGS
Happy Monday everyone and welcome to a fun and inspirational post using Care Free.
I love collections that layer well together, and Care Free is no exception. With so many wonderful patterns and such a dreamy colour palette, layers come together so easily when working with this collection.
I love the die cut paper from the Care Free Project Pad. In it are a variety of cards that have perforated sayings on them, as the letters pop out seamlessly. You can leave the cards as is, or layer as I have done for my tags.
Watch them come to life in my video tutorial below. Such a fun variation to this otherwise 12×12 paper!
I am loving the possibilities with this technique. Not only can these make great tags “as is”, but they would look stunning on a scrapbook page, memory planner page or tucked inside a mini album or tag album. They could even transform into beautiful pockets and envelopes. Limitless possibilities for sure.
The Project Pad sticker sheet is also a wonderful accompaniment to this project. With so many coordinating embellishments, phrases and stickers they can also easily be transformed and die cut into coordinating tags and mini tags as well.
I adore this collection and I hope you enjoyed this fun little twist on how to create tags using the die cut paper found in the Care Free Project Pad. It is a great piece that lends itself to many creative possibilities. Now, let’s layer!
Find everything I used to create this project today at JoAnn Stores and JoAnn online.
Supplies: Care Free Project Pad