Hello, I am Chris Pozzi and I’d like to share with you a set of cute projects made using the Compose Your Life paper collection. This collection was created by Polish artist Aga Baraniak, who only recently begin creating her art and we are so glad she decided to show off her creative side which allows others to also be creative.
I fell in love with these floral papers and couldn’t wait to create these cards and inspirational frame!
Canvas Corp Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack
Canvas Corp Cord- Jute Balls Natural 225′
Canvas Corp Cards/Envelopes – Note Card – White
White 5×7 card base
Red Coordinating Card stock
The Compose Your Life Papers are works of art in themselves and they are so great to work with. The overall collection is in a red and pink palette, but many of the papers are black and white and ready to be painted your way. The paper has a wonderful watercolor texture to it making the art seem more unique and personal.
Cut floral paper from CC Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack and mat onto red cardstock to fit frame.
Every Aga collection features inspirational words that make it so easy to add a saying, sentiment or feeling to your work. Simply, cut quote from CC Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack and mat onto red cardstock. Add matted quote to floral page and place in frame to finish.
Mat floral paper from CC Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack onto red cardstock to fit card base.
Tie CC jute around card base.
The words paper has many great sayings and words in different fonts that work so well together. Mat quotes from CC Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack. Add to card with dimensional adhesive to finish.
Cut 3 ( 1 1/2 x 4 1/4 ) pieces of floral papers from CC Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack. Mat onto red cardstock.
Attach matted floral pieces to 5×7 card base.
Cut quote from CC Compose Your Life 8×8 Paper Pack and mat onto red cardstock.
Mat again onto floral papers and then red cardstock.
Attach sentiment to card and add jute bow to finish.
Such a gorgeous collection and so many ways to use it!
I totally love how my cards and the inspiration frame turned out.
The variety of cards Chris shared with us shows us how to use the art in many ways, but also shows great ideas for the paper pieces you might have left over from a bigger project.