Thursday, July 17, 2014

Flower Patch Wow Swap!

Hi Stamping Friends,

I'm at convention right now and I have a Wow card swap today at 4:00!

This is my swap using the Flower Patch stamp set.

Here's the instructions:

Accessories: Squares Collection  & Flower Fair Framelits, Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder, Rhinestones, Rich Razzleberry Blendabilities, Old Olive 1/8” Taffeta Ribbon

1.      Cut a 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” card base from Perfect Plum card stock. Score at 4-1/4” to create a card base.
2.      Place the perfect Plum card base in the Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder and run through the Big Shot.
3.       Using the 4th largest framelit, cut a square from the front of the card.
4.      Score 5” x 7-3/4” Rich Razzleberry card stock at 2”, 4”, 6”.
5.      Place the 4th largest square framelit on the 1-3/4” x 5” panel.  Place the sharp edge of the framelit along the score line centering it. Run through the Big Shot machine.
6.      Place sticky strip  or Fast Fuse adhesive on the two tabs that were created.  Fold them back and center it on the inside of the card lining up with the square window. Fold the other score lines and add fast fuse to the last panel. Close the card, attaching the back panel to the card.
7.      Add 2” x 5” Old Olive card stock to the back panel. Attach 1-3/4” x 4-3/4” Whisper White card stock to the Old Olive layer.
8.      Stamp the flower image with Perfect Plum ink on 2-5/8” x 2-5/8” Whisper White card stock. Stamp the other flower with Rich Razzleberry ink and the flower center with Old Olive ink and cut out with the matching framelits. Attach Whisper White card stock to 2-7/8” x 2-7/8”Old Olive card stock. Close the card and attach the Old Olive square. Only place adhesive on half of the Old Olive Square so it can swing through the opening.
9.      Tie Old Olive 1/8” Taffeta Ribbon around the front panel and into a bow.
10.    Add a Rhinestone that was colored with Blendabilites Rich Razzleberry marker to the center of the flower.

If you want to make some Wow cards, come to my class on July 24th!
Happy Stamping,

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