Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Here is this week's homemade card project. You can use any kind of paper and stickers for your card.
What you will need:
Patterned scrapbook paper
Make a 5 x7" notecard from the cardstock and cut a 4 1/2 x 6 1/2" rectangle from the scrapbook paper.
Glue paper to front of card.
Cut a 1 1/2 x 6 1/2" strip of cardstock and glue in the center of card, lengthwise.
Cut a 3" square from cardstock, using decorative scissors if desired and a 2 1/2 square from scrapbook paper. Add stickers.
Glue scrapbook paper to cardstock.
Cut a 2 1/4 x 1" rectangle from cardstock and a slightly smaller rectangle from scrapbook paper. Glue scrapbook paper to cardstock and add stickers or writing.
Hot glue a short ribbon handle to the back of paper.
Glue scrapbook square and small sign to front of card, tucking the ribbon under square.
Using hot glue, add a button to top of ribbon.
Send to a friend! Let me know if you make one, too!
Labels: Card Making
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What a pretty card! I love all your card ideas. Keep them coming.
Very pretty Kelli!
I love all your creative card ideas! Thanks for sharing.
This is gorgeous! You never cease to amaze me with your creativity and talent.
This one is a keeper! Great ideas. Thank you.
I have been still looking at your blog, and just wanted to say I love the weekly card ideas. Thanks for the inspiration.
How do you keep the paper from curling when you glue the layers on?
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