Cards

Concord & 9th November Release Week 4 // Geometrics

I can’t believe this is my final week as a guest designer for Concord & 9th! It’s been a lot of fun creating projects from the November release, and I hope you all have enjoyed following along. It feels good to finally be making cards consistently again!

Today I’m sharing projects made using the Geometrics stamp and die sets. I think these are my favorites! Both the stamps and dies are really versatile.

C9 November release week 4

I even made two cards this week! For the first, I used elements from the Geometrics stamp set and made a Venn-diagram on a square panel and filled the circles with things that are awesome, obviously. I watercolored most of the elements and then put everything together onto some craft cardstock, finishing up with some sequins, of course.

C9 November release week 4

The second card was a bit more tedious, but I really like how it turned out. I die-cut a bunch of triangles from the Geometrics die set from some watercolor paper scraps I had used for another project (which I’ll share soon!). I organized all of the triangles onto a A2 panel. Any parts of the triangles that hung over the edge of the panel I cut off and tried my best to make everything look neat and tidy.

C9 November release week 4

I used the sentiment words from the die set for the sentiment as well, which I mounted onto a circle-cut piece of watercolor paper so that the sentiment would stand out from the background a bit. I contemplated adding sequins to this one too, but didn’t end up going for it.

C9 November release week 4

Voila! Two final cards to wrap up this month’s stint as a guest designer!

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