Friday's class was all about weaving, folding and fussy-cutting patterned paper. A LOT like quilting techniques with fabric... A couple of the cards featured involved basket-weaving with strips of paper, at 90° angles. That reminded me of a reversible quilted wallhanging I did several years ago, with three different fabrics at 60° angles, which formed a tumbling block pattern. I thought I'd give it a try with paper!
Here's a final close-up of the woven panel, with its intriguing 3D tumbling-blocks effect. 10-minute Craft-Dash this was NOT! More like an hour+. However, an interesting experiment...
Cardstock from CTMH in Black & Slate
Patterned Paper from CTMH, For Always
Stamp set CTMH #S1302, Home Sweet Home
Black and Grey sparkles, CTMH
Versamark Ink, White Daisy pigment ink
Superfine white embossing powder and heat-tool
Omnigrid 6"x6" ruler, available at JoAnn's
Marianne Designs CreaTables cutting die
Red gems, Michael's