Monday, February 24, 2014

Gingham Garden Birthday

This card I've made many many times. I first CASEd it from Diana for this post. Then I introduced it to my Technique Club here. Simply mixing up the sentiment, DSP and colours makes it a completely different card!

  1. Stamp the sentiment from “Label Love” on white cardstock using Melon Mambo, Night of Navy, Island Indigo, Pear Pizzazz, or Daffodil Delight ink.
  2. Punch out the sentiment with the coordinating punch.
  3. Use the 2 3/8” scallop circle punch to punch out a piece of one of the main card stock panels (you have a choice of colors).
  4. Use the 2 ½” circle punch to punch out a circle of your choice of DSP from the squares.
  5. Punch out 14 small flowers from one strip of contrasting card stock.
  6. Punch a scalloped border from another strip of card stock. Adhere to the back of a DSP strip.
  7. Adhere the main cardstock panels to the front and inside of the card. Make sure the one you punched is on the front. 
  8. Adhere the white cardstock panel to the inside of the card.
  9. Adhere the DSP/cardstock strip to the inside of the card.
  10. Adhere the DSP panel to the front of the card.
  11. Adhere the DSP circle to the front of the card.
  12. Adhere the card stock scalloped circle to the front of the card.
  13. Adhere the sentiment label to the front of the card using dimensionals.
  14. Using a scoring tool and piercing mat to form the flowers. Adhere to the card front using glue dots.
  15. Adhere pearls to the center of each of the flowers.
  16. Stamp the back of your card and envelope if you’d like!

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