Looking for some beautiful border strips to use on your next project? Check out our Wishful Thinking Strips paper. Whether you're creating a project with a birthday, everyday or just about any theme, these border strips are sure to add the perfect finishing touch! They also come with a gorgeous floral tile design printed on the back in a lovely rich brown.
Check out what some of our Design Team created with this lovely paper!
A Sweater From Grandma by Amy Peterman
Amy says, "To
create my layered background, I cut some of the strips apart and
stitched them down with my sewing machine. I then pulled up the edges of
every other strip to add extra dimension. I also used one of the strips
(the green Simply Delightful strip) as a ribbon of sorts, by cutting it
in pieces, pleating it and trimming Vs in the ends."
Odd Couple by Cindy Tobey
my page I used a few strips below my photos to visually anchor them.
Since I love dimension on my pages I like to cut the strips apart, add a
decorative edge, and then curl the edge up a bit. For border strips
with a printed decorative edge I go to my tool stash to see what tool I
can use to most easily cut out that printed edge. For the postage stamp
edge strips I simply used a circle punch to trim away the unwanted
Wishful @ 3 by Staci Taylor
Staci said, "When
I saw the 'Wishful' banner on the strips paper, it immediately brought
back memories of my daughter at her last birthday. She was SO excited
about her birthday, and she was even more excited to blow out her
candles and make a wish. I hand-cut the banner from the strips paper,
and I also hand-cut some of the scallops from the strips paper to top
one of my photos."
Wishful by Vicki Chrisman
actually cut out the "Wishful" border flags and added them to string
for a festive look! She also used border strips along the top and bottom
of her lovely canvas.
Simply Delightful by Anne Jo Lexander
Anne Jo says, "Playing
on the romantic look of this collection, I decided to mist my flower
sheet with iridescent gold (which just leaves a hint of golden shimmer)
all over the sheet, inking the edges with distress ink, and going for a
romantic looking layout. I originally wanted a huge white space at the
bottom part of the layout, but when I came across this tag from Road
Show I knew I had to use it (I have to admit, I tend to shy away from
prefabricated quotes, maybe because I'm not American/Brit, but this one,
it was too perfect to use for this particular layout). So to balance
the upper corner cluster, I matted it on the back of the strips paper,
sew & cut around it and placed it at the opposite bottom corner. The
strip itself was cut out with an edge scissor and inked and sewed on.
Notice how it continues after the photo, just at a higher location."
Well, there you have it! Several fun and easy ways to use our Wishful Thinking Strips paper. To check out more of our Product Spotlight projects just click on our photo gallery in the left column. Thanks for visiting and be sure to come back Monday for our next Fancy This project!