Aloha Card

Maren Benedict
Aloha Card

SUPPLIES:  Cardstock: (white, kraft)  Patterned paper: (Bluebird from Urban Prairie collection) BasicGrey  Rubber stamps: (hibiscus, leaf, aloha from Garden Isle set) Lizzie Anne Designs  Dye ink: (black, Antique Linen) Ranger Industries  Color medium: (Pumpkin Pie, Taken with Teal, Old Olive markers) Stampin' Up!  Fibers: (multi-striped ribbon) SEI  Adhesive: (foam tape)  Other: (sand)  Finished size: 5 1/2" square


1 Make card from cardstock. Trim cardstock slightly smaller than card front. Ink edges and adhere.

2 Trim strips of patterned paper and cardstock. Tear cardstock along top edge and adhere.

3 Adhere sand along tear; let dry.

4 Stamp hibiscus and leaves on cardstock; trim and adhere with foam tape.

5 Stamp sentiment.

6 Tie ribbon around card.



Appetizing Card Recipes

You'll find more fabulous card designs following this recipe as well as others in our "Joy of Card Making" column. See our July/August 2009 issue for more information.


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Absolutely worth a high-five ALOHA!!
I've been to hawaii about 30 friggin years ago after graduation from high school! Just returned from a recent Florida visit....a long overdue vacation....Anyhow enough about me! The card is awesome and captures the spirit most absolutely.
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