If you have never made a card before, you will love these One Hour Card Class workshops! We will complete a card with a matching envelope – ready for the mail! I host card classes every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. You pick the day and the time that suits you. Message, text or email me for more info. I hope you will consider joining me as we learn how to get the very best from the products that we buy. You can order SU! products online and have them shipped directly to your door. Simply click on the “Shop Now” button in my banner (or I can order for you). I would be most happy to be your Canadian demonstrator.
Cherry Cobbler card. Sign or stamp the back.
Merry Moments DSP panel 3-3/4” x 5”.
Cut the same piece at 2-1/4” x 5”. Flip the bottom piece over and tape to the top piece.
Cut Taupe grosgrain ribbon 5” long. Tape ends at the back to cover the join. Adhere to card front. Set aside.
Cut one piece of Corrugated Paper at 2-1/2” square and one at 3-1/2” square. Die cut two stars using the Stars Framelits. Sandwich is: Magnetic platform – cutting pad - cardstock - die with cutting blade down – cutting pad. Save the negative small star die for later.
Add Dimensionals to the smaller star and adhere to center of larger star. Glue to card front.
Cut 30” of gold cord. Cut 6” off it and set aside. Make a Billie Bow with the longer cord – you can see her video on this post OR wrap the 24” length of cord around two fingers 3 or 4 times then around three fingers until it is used up. Pinch the center and tie the 6” length of cord around it into a tight knot. Use the bone folder to curl the tails. Adhere to center of stars with a glue dot. Trim if necessary. Set aside.
Make a faux knot by cutting another 3-1/2” of taupe ribbon. Wrap around existing ribbon and tie a knot. Add a glue dot to the back of it.
Remember the writing tablet? Perfect for the inside of cards. Fold a piece in half. Stamp with a phrase and an image if desired. Add a strip of leftover DSP. Adhere to inside of the card.
Trace the negative small star onto a white envelope made using the envelope punch board. Protect the envelope with scraps of paper and sponge inside the star.
A matching envelope!