Welcome Stampers to our Creative Cardiology Team April 2023 Blog Hop! For this month we're showcasing projects to do with are retiring colors. I decided to use the color Sahara Sand. I will miss this color but i am also excited for the new colors. That will be available in are new catalog on May 2nd. I also used the DSP He's The Man, sadly this paper is also retiring. The card i have here for you is a Gift Card holder. I can see this card being changed up and used as a Graduation , or Mothers Day card. The possibility for this card is endless.The details on how i made this card are listed below. Thanks for stopping by make sure you leave a comment and share my page with your friends. If you are not already follow my blog please do so It helps my business grow. Link is on the right column of this post. Don't forget to take the time to check out my other team members pages links below.
Base : Basic Sahara Sand 8 1/2 x 6 1/4
Layer 1: DSP need 3- 4 1/8 x 3
Layer 2: DSP 4 1/8 x 2 7/8
Layer 3: DSP 4 1/8 x 1
Layer 4: White 3 x 2
- Cut Basic Card and on the 6 1/4 side score at 3 1/8, Turn your paper to the 8 1/2 side score at 4 1/4. Turn paper so the 8 1/2 is at the top. Cut off the top left panel. Then cut 1/8 off the top of the panel that is still attached to the card. to give room for the bulk of the gift card.
- Reinforce all your score makes very well.
- Take the Panel you cut off, we are going to make a pocket with it. Cut it down to 4 1/8 x 2 1/2. Using any punch to make a hole to pull out the gift card. I used that Taylor Tag Punch but any punch will work. Add the DSP 4 1/8 x 1 to the pocket. Then on the back side add a small amount of liquid glue around the 3 out sided edges of the pocket and add to panel. As seen in photo above.
- Add the DSP 4 1/8 x 2 7/8 to front of the panel pocket on the card.
- Add the rest of the DSP and embellish as you would like.
Love the card, really like the gift card holder idea!ReplyDelete
Love your card Bonnie! There are are definitely so many possibilities!ReplyDelete
Love your card and the arrow that points to the credit card. Great masculine card.ReplyDelete