Here's a card I made for the Faux Suede technique challenge. It's a technique I haven't used in years, simply because I forgot about it. All you need is paper and a bone folder, and really the bone folder is just to make it easy on you.
Just start curling the paper with a bone folder as if you were curling ribbon, alternating sides. as you do this over and over you'll see the layers of paper start to come apart. I continue until all for corners are "split" into two layers I can pull apart. Even then be sure to proceed with caution. It will become fragile and can tear easily. The good news is you now have two sheets to choose from!
I then stamped the sueded side with my cool medallion stamp and finished off with a little hardwear and ribbon treatment.
Here's a sneak peak at tomorrows post, it's a very fast little mini album loaded with Amy Butler fabric! I made this in the time I usually spend commuting, I'll tell you how tomorrow.