This wasn't a hard challenge for me because I'm not afraid to throw a bunch of patterns together. But did you know that there are rules for this? I was reading CK's newest special issue, "tips & tricks," and they give you 12 strategies to use that gorgeous patterned paper. One of them is the gallon, quart, pint rule. The gist of this rule is to use each pattern half as much as the bigger piece. I think I kinda did that in this card.
See, the orange piece is at least half the size of the blue piece; and the stripes are half the size of the orange piece. I actually used 4 patterned papers. The flower was fussy cut from a full sheet.
The sketch came from BoBunny's card challenge.
Come on! Pull out at least 3 of your favorite papers and get to craftin'. Make sure you post it here.
Supplies: PP is BoBunny Flower Child and Sophie; flourishes are MAMBI; sticker is SRM; glitter is Martha Stewart; Ranger Stickles; corner rounder punch