At it’s simplest form the images can just be printed and layered. I decided to step it up just a notch, but still keep it simple. I re-sized the images to fit a 6 x 6 card and then printed up multiple copies of each image enabling me to cut out and decoupage the layers to make it look really 3D.
I mounted the layers onto two matching pieces of card-stock and added a peel-off sentiment and a few decorative flat-back pearls.
What I love about The Paper Shelter products is that I can make a very quick and simple card – which still looks great – and it can be thin if it need to stay within the cheap postage bracket. However, if I want to go to town with multiple layers, or added different backgrounds and colour myself – I can do this too. The products are so versatile and let’s not forget how lovely the designs are too.
Are you a Paper Shelter fan too?