Tuesday, August 21, 2012

An ‘Elemental’ Birthday Card

I had a request from a follower on my ‘The Scrappin’ Mama Studios’ facebook page to have instructions on how to make this card.  I have to say this is not my original design.  I was inspired by my upline Christyne Richardson who is an absolute sweetheart and a very good friend, so thank you Christyne!!

In the next little while I will be adding a tutorial page to my blog where you can purchase a bunch of tutorials that can be very adaptable.  I am really excited to offer this service.  Enjoy this card…

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Supplies:

Perfect  Plum CS 4.25 x 11”

Lucky Limeade CS 4 x 5.25” &  2.5 x 3.75”

Read Red CS 3.75 x 2.75”

Whisper White CS 3.5 x 2.5”

In Color DSP 2.25 x 3.5”

Perfect Plum Ink Pad, Real Red Ink Pad

Teeny Tiny Wishes, Elements of Style Stamp sets

Simply Scored Tool

Fold your Perfect Plum CS in half, then take your simply scored tool and score the front of your card at the 2.75” mark and fold it in half.  Attach your Lucky Limeade large piece to the inside of the card centred.  Attach the Lucky Limeade small piece to the front folded outside as per picture.  Attach the DSP to that next.  On your Whisper White CS stamp using the Elements of Style stamp in Perfect Plum.  Attach it to the Real Red CS.  Now what you do here is you attach the combined piece in this way…make sure that the card is folded in half and the front is in the proper fold.  Centre the Real Red piece over the centre of the card and attach half of it to the folded half in the front of the card with snail.  Stamp the saying in Real Red ink on the inside of the card.  Your done!!!

You should be able to open it like the picture below!!!  Now I am off to sew some buttons!bcard2

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