Friday, 26 July 2013

Using templates.

Hi all, Tracy G here today.
This month I want to share with you a couple of ways I have used The Crafter's Workshop 6x6 Chunky Chevron template.


I like to get the most out of any crafting 'tools' I purchase, so look for as many different uses for them as I can. So instead of just using the template for misting or inking through, I decided to trace and cut through it and use both the positive and negative cuts.

For my first layout I drew through the template on the reverse of the paper I wanted to use and cut out the pieces from two strips of the pattern, then placed the chevron pattern across the center of my page.




For my next page I used the whole template, and secured it with a piece of tape onto a 6"x 12" piece of cardstock. I then cut the pieces out carefully with a craft knife, and backed it with patterned paper.



I hope I have inspired you the look at other ways to use your templates.

Supplies I used,
The Crafter's Workshop 6x6 Template, Chunky Chevron.
Papers from the Lily Bee Pinwheel collection.
Lily Bee Pinwheel Chipboard stickers.
Lily Bee Pinwheel Chit Chat stickers.
American Crafts Glitter Tape 3/8" Cherry.
American Crafts Glitter Tape 5/8" Aqua.

Don't forget you still have a few more days to enter this months challenge, details can be found here.


6 comments:

Irene said...

Ooooooo love your ideas here,might just have to get me that stencil!

Irene said...

Ooooooo love your ideas here,might just have to get me that stencil!

Ali Parris said...

I LOVE that stencil :) Smashing ideas...although I'm not sure I would trust myself with a craft knife!! LOL

Debbie P said...

Hi, coming over from the "Git R Done" Facebook group. This is awesome! I love your layout and what you did with the stencil!

Lesley G said...

Very inspiring but you have far more patience than me :)

Louise said...

Wow... I never put you down as the patient type! Fab LOs... I think I may need that template now!
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