This week's card is quick and easy to put together and you can get lot of different looks, depending on the paper and stickers you use.
You will need a 5 1/2" x 4" notecard.
When I use dark cardstock, I add a piece of white paper to the inside, for my message.
Cut two strips of paper:
-5 1/2" x 1"
-4" x 1"
Glue to front of card, as shown.
I'm using a sticker for my main embellishment.
I added a piece of adhesive foam strip to the back.
It slightly raises the image. You can find the strips in the scrapbook section of Michaels, Hobby Lobby or Walmart.
Cut a 2 1/2" x 1 1/2" rectangle of cardstock or scrapbook paper. I cut the edges with decorative scissors and dabbed them with an ink pad.
Attach to front of card, as shown.
Finally, I added a gold bow.
Send to a friend!
A Happy Birthday version.
Instead of a sticker, I used a circle of scrapbook paper, with pink ink around the edges.
~More Homemade Cards~
Here are a few other things I made this week...
Gingerbread boy tags
Butterfly glitter tags
Items can be found in my Etsy Shop.
Thank you for taking a look!
Paper Craft Fun: Post any kind of paper craft (card, bookmark, tag, banner, journal, etc.) on your blog between now and next week and come sign Mr. Linky. Next Thursday, I will draw two of the names and the winners will receive supplies for a homemade card: blank notecard, envelope, and an assortment of scrapbook paper, stickers (or stamped images), and ribbon. Link back here in your post, so that others will know where to join in the fun, too!
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