Miss U Card

Julia Stainton
Miss U Card

SUPPLIES:  Cardstock: (kraft, black) Bazzill Basics Paper  Dye ink: (Brushed Corduroy) Ranger Industries  Paint: (white) Ranger Industries  Accents: (ledger card; polka dot, floral, branches chipboard buttons) Jenni Bowlin Studio; (printed canvas) Prima; (acrylic square, tickets) Tim Holtz; (mini staples)  Stickers: (Sprinkles, LAX, Poolside alphabets) American Crafts; (black label tape) DYMO  Fibers: (twine)  Tool: (label maker) DYMO  Finished size: 5 1/4" square

 

Ink all paper, canvas, and chipboard edges.

1 Make card from cardstock.

2 Cut squares of cardstock, canvas, and ledger card; adhere. Adhere tickets.

3 Affix letters to chipboard buttons; thread two with twine and adhere to squares.

4 Paint empty card square, using letter as mask. Adhere acrylic square; create "Miss" label tape and affix.

5 Affix remaining letters.

 

Designer Tips

  • A grid layout makes a great design to unify many different elements.
  • Text is a big trend. Use the alphabet to create a fun sentiment.
  • Mix up different textures for a card that you'll want to touch as well as look at.
  • When using adhesive chipboard as a mask, remove some of its tackiness by sticking it to a piece of fabric several times.

 

Layouts Inspired by Cards

Check out our July/August 2010 issue of Paper Crafts for lots more card-to-layout creativity!

 

Online Product Guide

For more information on supplies used in this project, click HERE to see our online product guide.

 

Appeared in:

July/August 2010

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