Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card - 1

A Pollyanna Pickering Paper Craft Project

Some time ago I was privileged enough to produce the first ever show featuring Pollyanna Pickering, her stunning artwork, and the fantastic DVD ROM from Creative Crafting World.

Of course I got myself a copy but haven’t really done anything with it until now.

I thought that I would try something fairly simple for my first project from this DVD ROM so went for one of the pre-designed toppers that featured the teabag folding technique.

It was a simple process in getting everything printed off. I used Super Smooth Card for the topper sheet and Super Smooth Paper for the teabag tiles.

The coordinating cardstock was chosen from a 12″ x 12″ block from Diecuts With A View that I have had for a while.

I centralised all layers and mounted the finished topper onto an eight inch square card.

I folded up all of the teabag tiles and combined them into the medallion design that you can see.

Once this was all done, there was a fair bit of white space around the edge so I positioned some gems with a spot of PVA and also found a “thank you” stamp which I then stamped in between each gem.

And there we have it. Here are a few pics …

Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card - 1
Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card – 1
Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card - 2
Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card – 2
Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card - 3
Pollyanna Pickering Teabag Folding Card – 3

It’s just a short post for this one. Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

As ever, if you have any questions, comments or thoughts about this post, please feel free to use the comments section at the bottom of this page.

Take care; see you again soon.

J :)

15 thoughts on “A Pollyanna Pickering Paper Craft Project

  1. I assumed the words round the card were printed before I read your detail. You managed to get it all stamped so neatly, I’m soooo impressed. Lovely card. Best wishes Jackie

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