Friday, January 20, 2017

November 2016 Paper Pumpkin Alternative Card - PP11-16

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 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.

What does a Paper Pumpkin Subscriber get?

A little red box (although November’s box was a pretty blue!) automatically delivered to your doorstep each month full of creativity for you to enjoy.  Kits include instructions with everything you need to make the suggested projects or you can create your own alternative projects!

Every kit comes with an exclusive stamp set to use over and over!

They also send at least one Classic Stampin’ Spot with every kit. The colors don’t repeat in a 12-month period, so it’s easy to build a collection of colorful ink.

Every new subscriber receives a clear block (size D) with their first kit to help them get started and to use throughout their subscription. 

Every month, SU! shares a video to quickly demonstrate how to assemble each kit.

There are many other perks!

This month’s kit contains supplies for 8 note cards and envelopes. 
*8 white note card bases
*8 printed blue envelopes
*12 laser cut sheets
*8 vellum sheets
*4 yards white and silver baker’s twine 
*30 white sequins
* 75 mini dimensionals
*125 adhesive dots 

And it also came with:
*Wonderful Winterland Photopolymer Stamp Set 
*Dapper Denim and Old Olive ink spots

This kit comes with scored note cards.  As cute as they are, we will make them into a regular size cards. 

Pool Party card.  Sign the back.

Pool Party panel 5” x 4-1/4”.  Run through the Softly Falling embossing folder.  Adhere to card front.  Set aside. 

Since the envelopes supplied in the kit will no longer fit, cut them to 3-1/4” x 4-1/2” for later.  Set aside.

Cut the white note cards in half to make a panel 3” x 4-1/4”. 

Over stamp with the snowflakes in Dapper Denim ink – touch lightly as the background of the stamp tends to touch down.  Sponge the top and both sides in a circular motion with Dapper Denim ink – no need to sponge the bottom.  Heat to dry. 

Gently remove the laser cut dies from their sheets.  Sponge the row of houses in Pool Party ink in a circular motion.  Apply gentle pressure to the trees and buildings.  Heat to dry.  Adhere to white panel.  Set aside. 

Squirt a bit of Tombow glue on the Silicone Craft Sheet

Pounce in it with a sponge to pick up the glue.

Pounce on the wrong side of the vellum to transfer the glue then adhere vellum to the white panel.  This is called the Glue Sponging technique.  Keep this sponge in a sealed container until you are done using it then wash and let it dry.  Clean your Silicone sheet with baby wipes.  Trim panel if necessary.  Set aside.

Sponge the single house die with Soft Sky ink.  Use snail adhesive to adhere to the vellum panel.  Trim panel if necessary. 

Tie 12” of baker’s twine about 1/4” from the top of the vellum panel.  Tie into a knot to the left side.  Set aside. 

Stamp the trees in Old Olive and the phrase in Dapper Denim ink on the white die.  Sponge edges in Pool Party ink.  Pounce lightly around the trees.  Add dimensionals across the bottom, the sides and behind each tree. Add to the vellum panel.  Trim if necessary. 

Trim the Dapper Denim envelope panel to fit the vellum panel if necessary.  Adhere to tree panel then to card front.  Set aside.

Cut 7” of glitter Pool Party ribbon.  Make a bow using the bow maker hubby made me.  Adhere just above the baker twine knot with glue dots. Trim ribbon and baker’s twine. 

Apply three sequins with glue dots or tombow glue. 

Fold a piece of writing tablet paper in half.  Stamp with a phrase and images if desired.  Adhere to inside of the card.

Stamp a purchased envelope to match.

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