Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Challenge 411

I didn't exactly feel inspired today especially since I am starting to feel guilty for letting the house work get so far behind. Trying to plan fundraisers, getting kids signed up for Girl Guides and Sparks. You know life!

But with this challenge I did the dimensions as asked per the sketch but I was still stumped. Don't know why but I though about the dryer sheet method which I only have used once before, and I had the Merry & Bright rubons which I bought to use for another project. Yet again, since then it just sat on my shelf.

So lets see what I can do with them. It's a little different and I can see where I can make improvements on it, but eh, every card is special.

Here is the tutorial:

  1. Cut the base with Soft Suede CS 8.5 x 5.5"
  2. Whisper White CS and used the Petals a Plenty Impressions folder
  3. Cut the Ruby Red CS out of the Level 1 Hostess DSP Pack 3 4.25 x 2.75"
  4. Take Soft Suede and cut into 4 x 2.5"
  5. Use the Merry & Bright Rubbons and use any saying you want, I also used the snowflakes for the bottom part
  6. Take a can of spray adhesive and spray the piece then put the dryer sheet over top, flatten.
  7. You may have to spray again, however, and put dazzling diamonds all over top. Tap the excess off.
  8. Attach the ribbon and hardware around the piece.
  9. Then assemble as per picture with your snail.
Waa Laa!!!

See you tomorrow!


Connie said...

Pretty! Thanks for playing along this week!

Selene Kempton said...

This is way cool! So sparkly!!

Patti Chesky said...

Thanks for the tutorial. This is fabulous!!


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