Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Simply beautiful and elegant anniversary card

Well I may not be the most consistent blogger in the world but somehow life, health, and family had to take over my time completely as of late and I am sure you can understand that.  I have been creating lately with sewing, was hired to make a bunch of cards, and baking to which I have been posting on my Facebook book page—The Scrappin’ Mama Studios!  Which seems to have popped some interest on how to make a few of them cards.

So because of that, I thought it would be easier to post the instructions here where you can hit the print friendly version OR PIN them to your boards for future reference.

…I’m back from writing this post.  I had to do my workout before it got too hot here.  LOL.  However back to my topic of the card and instructions.  PLEASE NOTE:  Doing up instructions is very time consuming and I don’t mind, however, I will not be posting instructions.  Unless, when I do post a card and you WANT instructions, please leave a comment, and I will post it on my blog as soon as I can.

anniversary card

Christyne R. don’t look at this post if you haven’t checked your mail yet!  lol


Whisper White card stock 4.25 x 5.5”; 4 x 5.25”; 3.75 x 5” and a scrap

Beautiful Wings Embosslits, Square Lattice Folder, Elegant Lines Folder

Basic Pearls; 5/8” Organza Ribbon

Word Window Punch

Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set

Stampin’ Dimensionals; Mini glue dots

Crumb Cake Ink Pad  (All supplies Stampin’ Up!)

The first base is always the folded card with the dimensions of 4.25 x 5.5” when your done.  Your second layer is embossed with the square lattice folder.  Adhere with dimensionals.  Your third layer is embossed with the elegant lines folder and adhere it with dimensionals.   Take your scrap paper and use your beautiful wings embosslits.  Adhere those with mini glue dots as per the picture.  Attach your pearls as per picture.  Stamp your saying with the crumb cake ink pad and punch it out with the word window punch.  I just snailed it to the card.  Grab 5” of the ribbon and tie it in a single knot.  Adhere it with a mini glue dot.  My husband really liked the card.

Enjoy your day and thanks for sticking around!

1 comment:

Christyne - Stampin' UP!® Demonstrator said...

Oh SHOOT!! I peeked! :P

It came in the mail yesterday and it is even MORE amazing in real life!

Thank you SO much!


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