Here's just a few examples where chevron adds just the right touch to make a look go from great to fabulous!
|Sources: Sugarlaw.com, Catherinenicole.com, moxieq.com, sasinteriors.net, |
You can use this wonderful pattern on your scrapbook pages and cards, too. Our latest release, "Edgy Accents" includes a small and larger image that work great for creating chevron patterns.
|Just released - "Edgy Accents" for scrapbookers and |
Take basic cardstock and turn it into designer pattern paper simply by stamping a consistent, repetitive pattern on your page. Here's a few designs I recently created with this fun pattern. What I love is that it is gender neutral -it works great for feminine and masculine designs.
|To make the scrapbook page, I created a chevron pattern using|
Pigment White ink on our BHC Tiki Hut 12" X 12" paper. I also
used the images to create the design strips
to complement the background design.
|Make a pocket card using the smaller Chevron pattern from the set.|
Add extra touches using "All in Toile" and "Tag You're It!" stamp sets.
|Have fun with these images. Create grasses and landscapes. |
Dress up an egg for Easter This cards features
the bunny from "Bunny Hop"!
|Create a background for a simple embellishment such as this|
glitter chipboard letter. I added BHC Sky View ribbon and
a few aquamarine rhinestones for extra bling!
|Add stitching lines and other touches to turn this pattern into beautiful treasures!|
Have fun with chevron. It's a bold and lively design to shake up any project! Smiles, Bobbi