Perfectly Pretty with Perfect Layers

Welcome back to another product play date with Perfect Paper Crafting. We hope you enjoyed our shares from last week. It is always so much fun to see what others create with our Wood paper and last week was no exception.

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Don’t you just love the look of inlay wood? These 3.5″ x 5″ note cards are going for that inlay look with a little bit of a graphic approach. We used the Perfect Paper Crafting’s paper cutting mat to achieve these perfectly cut angles! This tool made it super quick and easy to achieve such a detailed look with our Wood paper.


Create a gift set … pair these card with our 4Bar Cherry Wood envelopes for a great and memorable gift!

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Tip: On the card above we used the Perfect Layers 1/16″ spacing mark to align each cut piece of Cherry wood for exact spacing before adhering. So easy. We love the look of the herringbone inlay wood!!!


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Each stripe of Wood paper on this alternating Birch and Cherry Wood diagonal card was cut using the 5/8″ mark on the Perfect Layers tool. No measuring needed, just line up and cut with a hobby blade.



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Cutting angles can be tricky. The Perfect Paper Crafting’s paper cutting mat has easy printed guides for cutting angles. So smart. Cut away and create an angled masterpiece.


We had a blast playing with the Perfect Paper Crafting products that we just couldn’t stop layering! We decided to play off of the layering theme a little bit more and created a layered Cherry WoodFlower embellishment using this cut file from Silhouette. This flower took a super long time to assemble but the end result is pretty cool. It’s a good thing using the Perfect Layers Mini tool saved us time on the card base!

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Look at these crisp, straight layers! Love it.

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Want more? Be sure to visit the Perfect Paper Crafting blog for more wonderful projects using Wood paper. Also, don’t forget to follow them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Thanks for stopping by!

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