Thursday, February 16, 2012

DIY Chevron Card

This week at Imaginisce we are teaming up with Scrapbook Adhesive and I am so impressed with their products.  They sent us a ton of great products from photo corners to adhesive sheets to tape runners and more.  I couldn't decide what I wanted to do that would best showcase their adhesive so I pulled everything out of their packaging and just stared at them for a few moments in hopes something would hit me. 

It worked.  As I was looking at the photo corners sheets, which come 42 on a sheet, I saw a potential pattern. With chevrons being all the rage, I created this cool, dimensional card.

This really did happen by pure experiment. Like I said, I saw potential so I started stacking the photo corners on top of each other in a pattern. It took me a few tries to figure out how to position the photo corners to get the look I was going for but once I had it, it was easy peasy.  What's cool about these photo corners is that there's a very subtle line that's about an 1/8th of an inch from the top of each side of the photo corner so it made lining/stacking them evenly a breeze.
The start of my experiment. See the little indentions that helped me line them up evenly?
 I just kept stacking and my pattern was finally starting to
look like it would not just work but actually look good.
 I'm about halfway through each sheet here.......

I used an entire sheet of each color to make the card.

Check out the dimension...and it actually looks very even and cool when looking at the card because the 3 strips that look flat are raised from the top instead of the bottom like the 2 you see below. View from bottom of card.
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Side View

Here's the end result again. I hope you enjoyed my little experiment. Make sure to head over to the Imaginisce blog and leave a comment over there for a chance to win some Scrapbook Adhesive and Imaginisce goodies!
Cardstock card base
Imaginisce Happy Camper paper & chipboard adhesive
Scrapbook Adhesive tape runner
Scrapbook Adhesive Foam Squares in black
Scrapbook Adhesive Photo corners in white, black and kraft
Imaginisce i-rock and glam rocks
Imaginisce Lighted Tweezers
Imaginisce Pink Jewel Tray
My handy dandy sewing machine


Audrey Yeager said...


Chelle said...

That is a very cool idea.

~amy~ said...

wow!!!!! Love the 'flat shot' really get the sense of how FAB this is...LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

Patricia said...

What a cool creative and gorgeous! So nice to meet you Heather and to work with you with the Paper Issues' Team!

Diana Fisher said...

You are so smart, girlie!!! :) Love this card and the idea.

Diana Waite said...

wow this is COOL!

Lsg Industrial said...

Lovely work Heather! Just wondering the brand of adhesive you used to keep it all together? Tesa Philippines