Orange You Glad? Card

Betsy Veldman
Orange You Glad? Card

Learn how to make this card using these free instructions. Homemade anniversary cards are the perfect way to show you care, and with these card-making steps, creating this design is easy.

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Orange Zest, New Leaf, white) Papertrey Ink Patterned paper: (Yippee From Hip Hip Hooray collection) Pebbles; (green polka dot from Amy Tangerine Sketchbook 6x6 pad) American Crafts; (orange polka dots from 2008 Bitty Dot Basics collection) Papertrey Ink Clear stamps: (dots from Polka Dot Basics set; face from Happy Haunting set; oranges from Fruitful set; happy, anniversary from Happy Day set) Papertrey Ink Dye ink: (True Black, Orange Zest, New Leaf, Summer Sunrise) Papertrey Ink Accent: (button) Bazzill Basics Paper Sticker: (pennant from Hopscotch collection) Fancy Pants Designs Fibers: (orange/white twine) Jillibean Soup Fonts: (Script MT Bold, Bookman Old Style) Microsoft Dies: (pop up from Movers & Shakers: Poppers set) Papertrey Ink Tool: (circle cutter) Creative Memories Finished size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"

OUTSIDE
1 Make card from cardstock. 2 Print "Orange" on cardstock rectangle. 3 Stamp dots on panel. 4 Adhere patterned paper rectangles to panel and adhere pennant sticker with foam tape. 5 Tie button and twine around panel and adhere to card. 6 Trim stem and leaf from cardstock and patterned paper. Adhere to card. Note: Adhere top piece with foam tape. 7 Cut circles from cardstock. Adhere together and trim. 8 Stamp face on circles and adhere to card with foam tape.

INSIDE
1 Print sentiment on cardstock. 2 Stamp oranges, dots, happy, and anniversary on panel. 3 Die-cut pop up element from printed cardstock; trim to fit inside card. 4 Adhere panel and patterned paper rectangle inside card. 5 Die-cut "Yes?" from patterned paper and adhere to pop up.

 

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Special cutting machines????
Not everyone has an expensive cutting machine. Do you ever put pdf patterns online? The whole thing about creating handmade cards is that they are handmade and not machine made. Just saying.

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