Bloom Street Cut File Cards by Brianna Lepper

Friday, July 3, 2020

Hey friends! Brianna Lepper here with you today sharing a trio of cards using the Bloom Street collection and Paige's cut files! I don't know if I have mentioned this before, but I really enjoy making cards. Do you love to make cards or do you find them difficult to make? Not sure where to start? Starting with a cut file is a perfect jumping off point and can really help with starting your design. So let's get to sharing! All of my cards are standard A2 size, 4.25x5.5".
For my first card, I used the Umbrella cut file and cut it on textured white cardstock on my Silhouette Cameo 3. Then I set it aside and got to work on how I was going to back it. I pulled out Paige's new Wonky Hearts Stencil and then I took modeling paste and scraped it through the stencil. Next, I applied some shimmery sprays in rainbow order on top after the paste had dried.

Using this adorable rain drop patterned paper from the 6x8 Paper Pad as my background, I ran it through my sewing machine using pink thread from my stash and adhered it to my card base. For my title, I used a sticker from the Cardstock Stickers and applied two gems from the Mixed Embellishments.

For my second card I chose this adorable Flower Wreath cut file and cut it on the same textured white cardstock. I chose to back it using the 2x2 Paper Pads. Once I was finished backing it, I popped the entire thing up on some foam tape and adhered it down on this striped patterned paper from the 6x8 Paper Pad. I wanted a pop of pink so I trimmed down the striped paper and adhered it to this gorgeous pink paper from the same paper pad.

For the title, I went with an Ephemera Die Cut and added tangled thread underneath it. I wanted to add one more element so I added one of the Layered Butterfly Stickers and placed a little more tangled thread under it.

For my last card today, I just had to create a shaker card! I chose the Flower Picture Frame cut file and cut it on the same textured white cardstock. I backed the flowers in the cut file using the same 2x2 Paper Pads as well as some of the squares from Paper 07.

To create the shaker element, I cut and adhered a piece of plain acetate to the frame and added narrow foam strips around the perimeter of the frame. Then I poured in the sequins from the Mixed Embellishments as well as the the sequins from the Mixed Embellishments from Truly Grateful. To close the shaker, I used the Specialty Transparency Paper to add even more florals to it. I love how it looks! To finish it off, I fussy cut this heart from the 2x2 Paper Pads and popped it up on dimensional foam.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope I've inspired you today with these simple cards using Paige's cut files! If you've been wanting to create cards but don't really know where to start, try using a cut file. It can do a lot of the work for you and the end result will be lovely! See you next time!

SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, floral transparency, stickers, die cuts, sequins, embellishments: BLOOM STREET; Sequins: TRULY GRATEFUL; Stencil: Wonky Hearts by Paige Evans; modeling pastewhite cardstock; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo; Cut files: Flower Picture FrameFlower Wreath, and Umbrella by Paige Evans
Location: Louisiana, USA / Blog: I Love Paper Blog / Instagram: @briannalepper / Facebook: Brianna Nichole
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  1. These are BEAUTIFUL!! Loving the umbrella and the flowers!!!!

  2. All so cute! Love the rainbow umbrella! The files you choose to design with are perfect 💕K


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