C94 My Fair Lady Collection – Card – by Margaret Creighton-Jones

SPECIAL CARD 

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THIS LAYOUT

C94001A – Carders Kit

Carders Kit lock Embellishment cut out and Paper

DS94005 – Die Cut – Extra Special

Silhouette cameo – die cut doily and leaves

Prima Flowers

Pearl string blings

Pins – decorative

Distress Oxides – Colours of your choice

White cardstock

 

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Cut out a strip of white cardstock measuring 25,5cm x 16,5cm. Fold in half to make your card. Ink the edges of your card.
  2. Cut a piece of paper from the carders kit measuring 15,5cm x 12cm. Distress edges with your craft knife or distressing tool and ink. ( I used the paper pattern – C94004)
  3. Die cut a doily from your Silhouette (White cardstock), ink to match the colours of your background paper.
  4. Cut another strip of paper from your carders kit measuring 15cm x 3,5cm and cut a pennant shape on the one end. Ink the edges. ( Tip – fold the end of your paper to get the middle, cut a line down to how deep you want the pennant and then cut from each corner to the middle line)
  5. Fabscraps die cut – DS94005 – Die Cut – Extra Special, cut off the word special from the die cut and ink to your desired colour.
  6. Glue your background paper strip first to your card, then your doily, then your pennant strip.
  7. Glue your die cur word special to your pennant strip, followed by the lock die cut from yoru carders kit.
  8. Paste your flowers in position and embed your die cut leaves to the back of the flowers, followed by your pins.
  9. Place a strip of pearl blings onto the top edge of your card.

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