Scrapbook How To: Fill Negative Space with Yarn

Yarn isn’t just for scarves and afghans! This versatile embellishment that can provide both texture and softness at the same time, yarn can add dimension to an otherwise flat page, especially if you use it in creative ways, like layering in stripes to back a die-cut negative.

Piradee Talvanna wrapped yarn around cardstock and attached to the back of a die-cut cardstock piece in her All it Takes is Love layout from 101+ Creative Ways To Use Your Scrapbook Supplies (this issue was recently re-released with new content added to existing classic ideas).

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How to get the look:

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Step1: Die-cut or punch shape; set aside negative.

Step 2: Notch sides of cut cardstock and wrap yarn following notches.

Step 2: Notch sides of cut cardstock and wrap yarn following notches.

Step 3: Adhere die-cut negative to yarn-wrapped cardstock using dimensional adhesive.

Step 3: Adhere die-cut negative to yarn-wrapped cardstock using dimensional adhesive.

 

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One Response to Scrapbook How To: Fill Negative Space with Yarn

  1. Wanda says:

    Very cute

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