A Small Key Card

A Small Key Card Designer: Amy Duff

A Small Key Card

Designer: Amy Duff

SUPPLIES:  Patterned paper: (Casual Friday, Cubicle from Office Lingo collection) Pink Paislee  Accents: (key die cut) K&Company; (turquoise flowers) Kaisercraft; (flat pearls) Target  Fibers: (black gingham ribbon) Wrights; (white string)  Font: (Batik) www.urbanfonts.com  Tool: (2 3/8" circle punch) Marvy Uchida  Finished size: 6" x 3 1/2"

1. Make card from patterned paper; punch to make window.
2. Print quote on patterned paper; trim and adhere inside card.
3. Tie on ribbon. Tie key to ribbon with string.
4. Adhere flowers and pearls.

Simple Sentiment
A small key opens big doors. —Turkish Proverb

Unlock the Key Trend
The Paper Crafts team has unlocked the mystery of a hot new motif in paper crafting—keys. You’ll find more exciting examples in the “Key to My Heart” feature in our January/February 2009 issue.

For more information on supplies used in this project, see our Product Guide online at www.PaperCraftsMag.com

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Love Keys
I have a great key collection and I'm always looking for the next great "key card". Thanks
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