Oops, I am sorry I omitted to upload this on the first Tuesday. I don’t know where the week went.
Last month, I showed you a Landscape Corner Fold Card. They are not very difficult to make once you see these simple instructions.
Today’s photo is a monochromatic Christmas card using Every Blessing. It has lots of silver sparkle with Silver Cording Trim, Silver Metallic Thread and Silver Sparkle Dazzling Details – a pity it is so hard to photograph.
I have used the earlier card in the instructions.
Delightful Dijon cardstock – 29.7cm x 10.5cm
Whisper White cardstock – 14.3cm x 10cm; 8cm x 8cm, scrap for butterfly
Bermuda Bay cardstock – 8.5cm x 8.5cm
Bermuda Bay Designer Series Paper – 10cm x 3.8cm
Score cardstock at 14.8cm along the 29.7cm side. Mark 10.5cm from the top left hand corner and score from this point to the bottom left hand corner.
Score 0.5cm from top right hand corner along the top to the diagonal score line. Score 0.5cm from top right hand corner to the bottom right corner.
Fold card in half along 14.8cm score line. Fold from top right corner along diagonal score line. Use liquid glue to adhere the folded piece to the front of the card.
Attach the DSP along the left hand side of the card, making sure it is centred in the rectangle.
Stamp image on 8cm square white piece using Rose Red ink. I used a Blender Pen to move some of the colour into the petals. Colour the stamen and stem with Delightful Dijon marker.
Attach art panel to 8.5cm square Bermuda Bay.
Attach layered piece to front of card, lining up top left and bottom right corners along the diagonal fold.
Wrap Linen Thread around centre where DSP panel is attached and tie a bow. Attach with a Glue Dot.
Decorate 14.3cm x 10cm piece of white and attach to inside of card. I drew a border 0.5cm in from the edge on all sides.
Stamp butterfly on scrap piece of white using Delightful Dijon and fussy cut. Attach to flower with Dimensionals.
Add Dazzling Details to butterfly and a few parts of the flower for added sparkle.
Click here to download a PDF file with these instructions.
Contact me if you would like further details on this project. If you have a technique that you would like me to showcase, please let me know.