Shabby Birthday Card
SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Lipstick Red, Ivory, kraft) Gina K Designs Patterned paper: (Measuring Up from Material Girl collection) Cosmo Cricket; (Carolina Large Floral, Red Floral Botanical) Anna Griffin Rubber stamp: (happy birthday from Nana's Needlework Sentiments set) Gina K Designs Dye ink: (Brick Red) Clearsnap Accents: (red flower, green leaves) Prima; (white pearl brad) Making Memories; (white buttons) Fibers: (red stitched ribbon) Gina K Designs; (cream eyelet trim) Die: (scalloped border) Spellbinders Finished size: 5 1/2" x 4 1/4"
1 Make card from cardstock.
2 Stamp sentiment on cardstock panel.
3 Trim and die-cut border from strips of patterned papers; adhere and zigzag-stitch seams.
4 Mat panel with cardstock, adhere trim, and tie on ribbon. Adhere panel with foam tape.
5 Thread buttons and adhere.
6 Adhere leaves. Attach brad to flower and adhere.
This card design is a great way to use up some old scraps of patterned paper!
More Sketch-Inspired Projects
If you love these projects, you'll find more great creations following these two sketches from Go-to Gal Kim Kesti in the September/October 2010 issue of Paper Crafts magazine.
Online Product Guide
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