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In & Out of Studio 3D
Saturday, 29 November 2014
Kit Design Work - 5
Topic: Some Backlog

It's been a long time since I looked through these kits that I did design work for so it is fun to revisit them and reminisce.

This kit had a theme of "friendship" and featured the technique of "teabag folding". It included papers with designs in chocolate brown, light blue and a bright yellow-green. Stickers and diecuts along with chocolate brown rhinestones and some fancy ribbon rounded out the selection. I remember that I did the design work for this while on a cruise vacation!


The first card is the one featured on the booklet. It uses a teabag fold with one corner cut along the outline of the motif.


This card features a standard fold.


Some of the teabag papers were round instead of square. This card uses one of them.


This one also uses a edge motif trim:


This card uses a standard fold.


This one is a standard fold as well.


Another standard fold.


A standard with a rhinestone center.


This one uses the round teabag paper.


This is a more fancy fold for the round teabag paper.


Another standard fold.

The kit I was working from for the samples contained VERY stiff papers making it difficult to get sharp creases, but they turned out OK in spite of this.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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