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Bargello Technique
by Joan Ervin

Use a technique borrowed from needlepoint to create an interesting background with thin strips of paper.
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Paper cutter
Three or four sheets of different
patterned papers at least six inches long
One 5" x 6" piece of thin white
cardstock, or copy paper
Adhesive
Ink, stamps and embellishments to
finish your card
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Step 1
Cut several 3/4" strips of patterned paper, at
least two from each pattern.
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Step 2
Adhere the strips on the thin paper in a
consistent design with sides touching and the
edges even.
Hint:
Use at least one dark paper for a dramatic
design look.
Step 3
Cut several strips in various widths.
Step 4
Play with the strips to create a design.
They can be arranges in a zig zag pattern
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or a wave.
Step 5
Or create a pyramid design,
or rick rack pattern.
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Step 6
Adhere the strips in the pattern of your choice
directly onto the card base or another sheet of
thin paper to make a layer.
The Bargello background can also be cut with a
die for a shaped background layer,
or trim the sides for a larger layer.
Step 7
Finish your project.
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