Using Blossoming Basket Stamp Set + Basket Weave Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
This Bundle is FREE, yep both of these items! When you spend £90 (before shipping and handling) before the end of March. Have you every used a stampset and thought oh my, this stamps beautifully? This is definitely one of those. It has so much versatility, I made this card for my mum for Mothers Day but it could also be a Birthday card, Thank you card and my favourite a Just Because card.
I thought I would try something different this week instead of doing a long video, I thought a short video showing my project idea this week and then give you a FREE printable PDF (at the top of this page) with all the instructions on how I made it and what I used. I hope this works for you. Do let me know what you think?
HOW I MADE THE CARD
Score your white card base in half and put to one side
Emboss your 4 ¼” square white card with basket weave embossing folder
Stamp both the basket of flowers and little tag on vellum using early expresso, have your clear embossing powder to hand and sprinkle on and tap off excess before the ink dries.
Heat in circular movements with your heat tool until you see it glistening, leave a moment to cool.
Cut out using the largest circle stitched framelit and the cute little tag from the wood crate framlits also cut another tag just in white card for the back.
Cut scalloped circle from layering circles framelits.
Adhere the vellum to the cardstock, I squeezed a small about onto some scrap card and used my finger to dot sparingly onto the outside edges of the vellum, you do have to be careful as it can show through if you add too much.
Add to your embossed card.
Tie a length of white bakers twine through both pieces of the tag and tie a bow.
Adhere to your card with a mini glue dot.
Decorate with rheinestones.
Glue to your main card base.
HOW I MADE THE ENVELOPE
Light weight card measures 11” x 6 ½”
Score on the short-side at 5/8” and 5 7/8”
Score on the long-side at 4 ¼” and 9 ½”
Burnish all score lines
Cut off the skinny pieces from the top and bottom, just leaving the middle in tact
(View picture below to see how it should look)
Adhere glue to both sides of the bottom half, fold and stick
Your card will fit beautifully inside
Decorate the flap to add that touch of luxury
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