Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Orange You Sweet Card

Hi Everyone!

Today’s Card project features Close To My Heart’s A Taste of Summer Paper Packet and Stamp Set. Both paper pack and stamp sets are exclusive items available only for the month of May to celebrate National Scrapbooking Month.





Close To My Heart Products:  Click on the link below to view the products
Other Products:
Tools:
  • Scissors
  • Trimmer
  • Cricut Machine
Dimensions:  4.25" X 5.5" Size Card
  • Card Base - Sorbet Cardstock 4.25" X 11"
  • Outer Layer 1 - White Daisy Cardstock 4" X 5.25"
  • Outer Layer 2 - Orange Patterned Paper 3.75" X 5"
  • Accent Layer 1 - Chevron Patterned Paper 2.5" X 5"
  • Accent Layer 2 - Paper label trim from Orange Patterned Paper .5" X 5"
Instructions:


  1. Score the card base at 5.5" and fold in half.
  2. Using a sponge dauber and the Sorbet ink pad, ink the edges of outer layer 1 and layer 2.
  3. Adhere Outer Layer 2 on top of layer 1 using a tape runner.
  4. Adhere Accent Layer 1 on top of Outer Layer 2 half of an inch from the bottom.
  5. Adhere Accent Layer 2 on the top edge of Accent Layer 1.
  6. Using a sponge dauber and the Sorbet Ink Pad, apply the ink to the White Seam Binding Ribbon to add color.  This process can also be done using the Re-inkers.  If using re-inkers, place the ribbon inside a sandwich bag, add the ink from the re-inker and ring out the ribbon until the color is applied. When the ribbon is dry, wrap it around the center of Accent Layer 1 and form a knot.
  7. Stamp the frame image and sentiment "Orange You Sweet" on top of the label image cut from the Cricut Machine.  This is a custom size, if you are using the Cricut Design Space, edit the size to 2.85" (width) and 2" (height).
  8. Use the 3-D Foam tape to adhere the label to the top center of the layers and to the card base.


If you have any questions regarding the tools, products or instructions, feel free to e-mail me at luvz2scrapbook@gmail.com.  Thank you for visiting luvz2scrapbook.com and I hope you liked today's card project.

Happy Crafting!
Angela White

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