Create Cohesive Cards With Tonal Paper For Scrapbooking

Today we are throwing some shade… shades of cohesive hues, that is! Just like in fashion, tonal tappings are always trending and in style! Blog contributor Sachiyo Omitsu is here to show you how easy it is to express totally and tonally terrific DIY cards — check out these cards using tonal paper for scrapbooking and send out to friends and family!

Cards by Sachiyo Omitsu â€“ CM Independent Advisor

To create this card you will need:

Step 1: Cut a piece of cardstock to measure 6-7/8″ x 5-1/2″. Use the Dollop Arch Frame Punch to punch the 5-1/2″ sides. Score the punched sides at 1″ and fold along the scored lines. Use this as the card base.

Step 2: Using the outside edge of the medium Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern with the Blue Blade, cut a circle from cardstock. Cut the circle in half.

Step 3: Cut two circles using the outside edge of the medium Custom Cutting System Circle Pattern with the Green Blade from two different designer papers. Cut each circle in half. Adhere to the semi-circle cardstock pieces and then add to the card base. Trim the excess.

Step 4: Cut a piece of designer paper to measure 3-7/8″ x 5-3/8″ and add to the card.

Step 5: Using the punch of your choice, punch some cutouts with coordinating cardstocks. Add it to the left side of your card using Foam Squares for added dimension. Make sure you can partially insert the right side of your card so that you can keep your card closed.

Will you be making a plethora of pretty DIY cards? Have you tested out any of the tonal paper for scrapbooking from 2022?

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