Lawn Clippings video {4.16.12} Patchwork Paper Card

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Happy Tuesday! Today we have a fun video by Chari using Bright Side and Partly Cloudy to make a patchwork card. When I saw her video a light bulb went off: Oooooh, that's how you do it! This is such a great card and any sentiment would work perfectly with it!

You can watch the video below or at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

A big thanks to Chari for this wonderful video and gorgeous card!

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Card stock: Neenah
Patterned Paper: Lawn Fawn (bright side)
Stamps: Lawn Fawn (partly cloudy)
Ink: Hero Arts
Etc: white gel pen, heart punch, corner rounder
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  1. A much quicker way to make a checkerboard pattern than what I do! Thanks for the video!!

  2. such a cute way to create a checkered pattern. Thanks Chari for the fun video...totally love your amazing card.

  3. this was a very nice tutorial with a pretty result. Thanks!

  4. wonderful tutorial! Yep, smack myself in the forehead... THAT is how she did that. very cool! Love the idea of the quart sized baggies too. I keep every tidbit jammed in the pad and that's makes better organizational sense!

  5. Chari, love this! You are so clever. I'd have cut out tons of small squares and tile them, while cursing under my breath. LOL!

  6. Thanks for the fun video. Love the card.

  7. Love this little technique, I would have made a hot mess if I tried w/o the tut!

  8. What a great video! Thanks so much for sharing this with us.

  9. Adorable card; I love this idea for
    making a paper quilt!

  10. So this is the gimmicks and the secret behind this beautiful card! So clever and creative! Thanks, Chari!

  11. That is a lot easier than I would have thought! TFS!

  12. I am so glad that I watched this video. I have made tons of quilted cards and am embarrassed to admit that each one has taken forever to create as I pieced together tiny squares. NEVER again!
    Thank you for sharing your technique!

  13. Lovely tutorial, Chari! thanks for sharing this great tip!


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