Please refer to my Card A for the One Sheet Wonder pattern and cutting instructions following Rebecca’s pattern. For some reason, I can’t get to Rebecca’s web page now. Here are her cards on Pinterest – maybe you will have better luck! Now on to Card C or the 3rd card of 5. Card B is HERE.
One Sheet Wonder Card C – Noel:
Prepare card by cutting Old Olive card stock at 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”. Fold in half for a top fold card – a bone folder gives you a crisp fold. Ink the snowflake stamp with Versamark. Stamp the top and bottom of the card. Stamp and sign the back. Set aside.
Remember the writing tablet? Perfect for the inside of cards. Fold a piece in half.
Stamp a phrase and over stamp with an image. Adhere to inside of the card.
Cut gold cardstock 1-1/2” wide x 5-3/4” long. Punch each long edge with the scallop edge punch. Punch three 1/8” circles from the center and set aside.
Cut cardstock in half.
Cut Cherry Cobbler panel cut at 5-3/4” x 3”. Punch three flowers from the center of it and set flowers aside. Glue the scallop edges to the panel. Adhere to card front. Trim to fit card. Set aside.
Curl the petals of the three flowers. Add the 1/8” gold cardstock circles to the centers. Set aside.
DSP panel measures 2” x 3-1/4”. The Cherry Cobbler layer is cut ¼” bigger, the Old Olive is cut ½” bigger and the white layer is cut ¾” bigger than the DSP piece. This is just a guideline – you can cut each layer a bit smaller if you want. Set aside.
Cut vellum 3” wide X 6” long. Rub with an Embossing Buddy to reduce static. Stamp Noel with Versamark. Heat emboss in gold embossing powder - quit embossing the minute it is melted to avoid burning. Use my template to cut the right width.
Score at ¼” from the letter ‘N’ and fold to the back.
Sandwich the DSP panel with the vellum. Lay the layers on the card front without gluing to determine where to cut the flag. Lightly pencil mark it.
To extend the length of the Banners Framelits: Cut the vellum the width of the inside of the banner die. Place one short end under the cutting blades, matching your pencil mark and the other end on top of the die. Your paper will crease if you run it through the Big Shot with the full framelit on the platform. To avoid this, place what you want to cut in the sandwich and hang the other end of the framelit off the end of the platform. Sandwich = Magnetic platform – cutting pad – cardstock – die with cutting blade down – cutting pad. Set aside.
Adhere the white and Olive panels together. Sandwich the vellum fold to the DSP panel and adhere at the back only. Adhere DSP/vellum panel to the Cherry Cobbler panel then to the white/Olive panel. Add a touch under the vellum to hold it down. Set aside.
Die cut two small pine branches from Old Olive and one berries from white. Sandwich is: Magnetic platform – cutting pad - cardstock – wax paper - die with cutting blade down – cutting pad. Color the berries Cherry Cobbler. Glue the branches and berries to the bottom of the flag. Set aside.
Wrap 10” of gold cord around the entire panel and tie a knot in the center of the panel.
Adhere panel to the card front.
Add the flowers to cover the knot. Cut 10” of cord and make a bow with my bow baker that hubby made me..
Add bow to the card with a glue dot. Trim cord ends if necessary.
Make an envelope using the envelope punch board. Decorate with stamp images.
Stamps: Christmas Pines (Holiday 2016), signature stamp or an address label.
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Cherry Cobbler marker, Mossy Meadow, Versamark.
Cardstock: paper for envelope, Merry Meadow DSP (2015 Holiday), Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, White, Gold, Vellum.
Accessories: Snail Adhesive, Tombow Glue, glue dots, envelope punch board, Stampin’ Trimmer, scissors, bone folder, pencil, Dimensionals, silicone craft sheet, Pretty Pines Thinlits dies, gold cord, wax paper for die cutting cut into 1” strips, paper piercer, 5” x 8” writing tablet paper for inside of cards or cut computer paper to this size, embossing buddy, Gold embossing powder, fine tip glue pen, Banners Framelits.
Punches: scallop edge, Itty Bitty Accents, 1/8” circle,
Stay tuned for Card D coming soon.