Guest Designer Christine Meyer

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My name is Christine Meyer and I’m from rural Illinois. I’ve been scrapbooking for about 9 years and love to create projects of all sorts. I’m thrilled to be featured as We R’s guest designer today and I have three fun cards to share with you! The Chalkboard Collection was a blast to work with and was perfect to make beautiful, classy cards!

All three of my cards are 5 1/2″ X 5 1/2″ and make use of the Corner Chomper to keep things from being too square :).

I Love Us WRMK 2

I Love Us Closeup

I Love Us Card Instructions
Cut Watercolor and Polka Dot paper on diagonal and add it to each corner of the paper.
Along the diagonal add a ribbon and a strip of the Collage paper
Add a tag and die cut hearts
Add sentiment cardstock tag
Cut out chevrons from the Collage paper and add around the collage

WRMK Be Happy 2

Be Happy Closeup

Be Happy Card Instructions
Create Base from Monochromatic Paper
Add a 1 1/2″ Strip of the polka dot side of the Monochromatic Paper
Next attach a doily
Create a flag using the Be Happy words from the Collage Paper Borders and a stick pin
Create a bow using ribbon and white floss and stick your Be Happy flag through it
Fussy cut flowers from the Watercolor Paper and add those along with coordinating embellishments.

WRMK Smile 2

Smile Closeup

Smile Card Instructions
Cut 1 inch strips of the Acrylic paper. Line them up to create a border – miter the edges if you’d like to really make them schnazzy!
Add a doily slightly off center.
Use the Sew Easy Ribbon tool to create a border using ribbon and pearls.
Create a medallion flower from the Acrylic paper and attach it to the card topped with button and a twine bow.
Add a die cut sentiment from the paper along with die cut white hearts

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