Friday, June 2, 2017

Man’s Shirt and Bow Tie - One Hour Card Class 021 OHCC021

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Stamps: Heard from the Heart (retired) for inside.

Ink: Pear Pizzaz.

Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Pear Pizzaz, Muirfield DSP (retired), Very Vanilla.

Accessories: Snail Adhesive, Tombow Glue, glue dots, sponge, envelope punch board, Stampin’ Trimmer, scissors, bone folder, pencil.

Punches: Bow Builder.

Baja Breeze card.  Fold in half for a side fold card – a bone folder gives you a crisp fold.  Stamp or sign the back.  Set aside.

Cut Muirfield DSP 5-1/4” x 4”.   Sponge edges with Pear Pizzaz ink.  Cut a slip 1-1/2” long at the top center of the panel.  Score to the points and fold to create a collar.  Sponge edges of collar with Pear Pizzaz ink. 

Curl the points of the collar slightly with a bone folder.   Add dimensionals near the fold only.  Adhere to the card front.

Fold writing tablet paper in half.  Stamp a phrase from the Heard from the Heart (retired) stamp set in Pear Pizzaz ink and adhere to the inside of the card. 

Cut Pear Pizzaz cardstock 1” wide to make the bow tie.  Punch 2 bows and two rectangles from the cardstock with the Bow Builder punch.  Sponge with Pear Pizzaz ink.

Curl the bow pieces and one rectangle piece with a bone folder.

Glue the ends of each bow together.  I like to use the Tombow glue as I find the glue dots add too much thickness.  Cut a tiny bit off both ends of the bow so that it will fit closer together. 

Glue the ends of the bow together. 

Add a thin layer of glue to the entire curled rectangle piece.

 Wrap tightly around bow.  Set aside. 

To make a handkerchief, cut Baja Breeze cardstock 1-1/2” wide.  Cut two triangles from the corners. They don’t have to be exact triangles but close.  Sponge peaks in Pear Pizzaz ink. 

Glue the handkerchief triangles together in different heights. 

Glue the handkerchief triangles to the remaining rectangle, also known as the pocket. Trim.  Set aside. 

Adhere bow to card front with a glue dot.

Adhere pocket.  Flick the handkerchief towards you to give dimension. 

Make an envelope from old DSP using the Envelope Punch Board. 

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