Layering is HOT! Layering is gorgeous!

Welcome to layering week at PaperCrafter’s Corner! This week, we are going to be talking about adding LAYERS to your paper crafting projects. The look is super hot right right now. If you’re a blog stalker like I am, you’re seeing lots of design teams and bloggers talking about layering right now. We’re here this week, to put our special PCC twist on the discussion :)

Before we dive into the special coverage we’ve lined up, let’s just enjoy a little layered look eye candy to get us started ….

(click the individual project photo to be taken to the blog post originally featuring that project and to learn more info about it)

Layout by Evgenia Petzer for Tattered Angels - March 2012

Layout by Jaime Warren for Crate Paper - March 2012

Card by Ranjini for Pink Paislee & Clear Scraps Blog Hop - march 2012

Mini Book by Sarah Hill of The Paper Bakery - march 2012

Card by Shellye McDaniel for Vintage Street Market - march 2012

Layout by Corrie Jones for SRM Stickers - march 2012

Layout by Emma Trout for Webster's Pages - feb 2012

Aren’t these all just SO gorgeous! And these are just a few of the ‘layered look’ projects I’ve noticed lately. Are you ready to learn more about how to achieve these stunning effects on your projects?

Stay tuned!! We’re going to be talking about layering all week …. and we have a great ‘layering-themed’ giveaway coming up soon too, so be sure to invite your friends to join us this week!


  1. says

    Emma Trout’s page is a master class on layering! I LOVE the offset photo against that open spave in the ribbon-such a GREAT juxtaposition. I also love the clear and definite lines that are established with the black outlining. I think my favorite detail is the ripped bottom left hand corner that ends in a fussy cut branch- the touches are so well thought out- incredibly inspiring. Corrie’s layout is beautiful as well- love all the colors and texture without added visual bulk- fantastic!


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