Monday, April 10, 2017
Dreamin' Big "One in a Million" Birthday Card
Hello Crafty Peeps!
Thank you for visiting my blog today! Do you have tons of leftover scraps from your paper packets? I have shared this same type of card in the past that will help you get rid of those scraps! I would like to share a fun birthday card using scraps and pocket plus cards from your paper packets. I used Dreamin' Big paper for this card. I have made several of these cards over the past few years and love how each one has it's own look!
I measure the strips in the length so they fit across the card and are long enough. I lined them up first and glued each one as you go. Once all the strips have been glued, I used my scissors or paper trimmer and trimmed the access off.
I took the pocket plus card with the poppy heart at the top and stamped A1201 "One in a Million" in the center using my black ink pad. This stamp fits perfectly on this pocket card.
I used the thin 3-D foam tape for the pocket plus card and attached to the card. The sequins really add a little shine and sparkle to any project! I used the Dreamin' Big sequins. These are really fun!
Have fun creating using your scraps and adding them to any project! You could even use this technique on a scrapbook page!
A1201 One in a Million stamp $6.95
X7218B Dreamin' Big paper packet $9.95
Z3315 Dreamin' Big Sequins $2.95
C1674 Dreamin' Big-Cardmaking stamp set $13.95
1385 White Daisy cardstock $14.50 (card base)
Z2865 Juniper ink pad $7.95
Z899 Black Memento ink pad $7.95
Z2060 Thin 3-D foam tape $5.95
Z1151 3-D foam tape $5.95
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