Saturday, June 18, 2011

Thanks A Million - card




Wow, two new projects in one weeks time !  A sort of quick card I made, using up some scraps I've come across while cleaning up my craft dungeon. I'm really happy with how this card turned out. All supplies from Stampin' Up! 


Word Play stamp set

card stock:
Whisper White
Night Of Navy
Not Quite Navy

Classic ink:
Night of Navy
Not Quite Navy

circle punches
Big Shot
Texturz plate polka dots, I used both sides
Dazzling Diamonds glitter
Two way glue
dimensionals
Perfect Punches (I think that was the name) brass template
paper piercer

Card base is 5.5" x 4.25" (8.5" x 5.5" folded in half).

Stamp " Thanks A " in Not Quite Navy and " MILLION " in Night of Navy ink on a scrap piece of white card stock. Trim.

Outline the edges of the small stamped piece with glue, sprinkle on glitter, set aside to dry.

Cut a white piece of card stock slightly smaller than the card front and run it through the Big Shot with the large polka dot Texturz plate.

Punch a large circle out of Not Quite Navy card stock. Use the template and piercing tool to pierce holes around the edge. It is actually easier to pierce the holes first on a piece of card stock before punching. Turn the punch upside down so you can look through the bottom to line it up and punch.

Punch a smaller circle out of Night Of Navy card stock. Run this through the Big Shot with the smaller polka dots Texturz plate (the little embossed polka dots don't show up in the photo).

Glue the circles onto the polka dot layer. 


Shake off the excess glitter then add the stamped piece using dimensionals.

Thanks a million for looking =) 

1 comment:

  1. Simply adorable. You can do soooo much with so little. Great card...fun layout.

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