Easy Peasy Card

Hi Stampers,

Let’s make this short and sweet.  Today on YouTube I ran across a card making video on a channel called Ken’s Kreations.  I’ll post the link below.  Ken said he got the idea for this card from Pinterest.  So now I’m passing it on to you.  

Note:  The gray line above the twine is a shadow.

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SUPPLIES:

  • Paper Trimmer
  • White 5.25 x 4 inch Cardstock
  • Black 5.5 x 4.25 inch Cardstock
  • White Fun Foam cut a little smaller than 5.25 x 4 inches
  • White Heavy 8.5 x 4.25 inch Cardstock, folded in half
  • Adhesive
  • Acrylic Block or MISTI (Most Incredible Stamping Tool Invented)
  • Sentiment Stamp of your choice
  • Black Ink
  • Silvery-Gray Liquid to splash on the front card panel
  • Twine
  • Washi Tape
  • Scissors
  • Scotch Tape

Using a paper trimmer, cut a piece of white cardstock to 5.25 x 4 inches.  I used 80# Neenah Crest Solar White Cardstock.  Choose the sentiment you want from your stamps.  I used a Versafine Onyx Black Ink Pad to stamp Congratulations from Stampabilities.  I thought the flags looked like someone had won.  Of course, you could be celebrating a birthday, a new baby, a retirement, a new home, almost anything.  I wanted to sprinkle a silvery gray on the background but I didn’t have anything to sprinkle.  I DID have a bottle of Tsukineko Irresistible Embellishment in silverClick on the photo to go to the link. 

1_310538_THSo I shook it up and opened it for the first time.  Hmmm, it was not what I expected.  I couldn’t splash it on.  It has a needlepoint that can even be used for writing letters.  So I touched the needlepoint to each place where I wanted a dot.  This was set aside to dry.  The dots look as though they have been heat embossed.  

Then I cut 2 pieces of Recollections Twine from Michael’s that would be long enough to wrap around the sides of the front panel and taped to the back with Scotch Tape.  Before I did so, I got out my washi tape and selected patterns and colors that might go together.  I wrapped pieces of the washi tape around the twine and stuck the tape to itself, thinking about the spacing as I went.  Scissors were used to trim the tails of the washi tape.  The twine ends were then Scotch taped to the back of the front panel.

A piece of Michael’s 65# Recollections Black Cardstock was trimmed to 5.5 x 4.25 inches.  This was adhered to the back of the front panel.  I used Scrapbook Adhesives E-Z Runner Tape.

I wanted to give the card some height, so I cut a piece of white fun foam just a little smaller than the front panel, 5.25 x 4, to put between the black cardstock and card base.  Click on the photo to go to the link.

Here is a 9 x 12 inch white fun foam package of 12 from Simon Says Stamp.

I almost always use 110# Neenah Crest Solar White Cardstock for my card base.  The E-Z Runner Tape was used to adhere the panels to the card base.

And that’s it, Easy Peasy!  I hope you enjoyed reading through the process of making this simple card and will give it a try yourself.

Have fun!

Tricia

LINK

Ken’s Kreations  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15XRWUmecTQ

CHALLENGES ENTERED

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Anything Goes http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/

Word Art Wednesday Challenge #280-281 – Anything Goes  http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Touchy Feely http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/

 


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One thought on “Easy Peasy Card

  1. kath stewart says:

    your card is adorable…love all the washi tape banners on your bakers twine…thank you for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge…enjoy the rest of your weekend…hugs kath xxx

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