Cindi Bisson- Thanks for Being My Friend Card


 

Supplies:

Creative Options Paper & Embellishment Pack

Adhesive

Sharpee fine point brown marker

Scissors

Purple Cows paper trimmer

Stewart Superior Burnt Umber Palette inkpad

Foam tape

Instructions:

  1. Measure and cut green circles paper to desired size (8 1/2″ x 7 ¼” for this project)
  2. Fold in half to create 4 ¼” x 7 ¼” card. Ink all edges with brown ink.
  3. Spell out HANKS using brown alphabet stickers on 1 ½” x 5″ strip of blue dotted paper. Cut out. Ink edges.
  4. Place brown “T” sticker onto center of one circle on green paper. Cut out circle, ink edges. Mount using foam tape to center of blue paper flower.
  5. Add brown paper flower with faux gem center as an accent.

 

THANKS for being my friend Creative Options Sweepstakes/Contest Entry

  1. Cut brown spotted paper (approx. 3 ¼” x 4 ¼” rectangle) to mimic petals of blue paper flower. Place on left outside edge of the card front.
  2. Cut strip of striped paper (1 ½” x 4 ¼”) to fit along outside edge; mount overlapping brown flower shaped paper so petals extend onto card.
  3. Mount flower “T” on center left edge.
  4. Mount ‘HANKS’ extending from flower “T”.
  5. Use fine point brown Sharpee to write “for being my friend” beneath.
  6. To create coordinating envelope, measure and cut brown spotted paper approximately 7 ¼” x 12″.
  7. Fold up from bottom approximately 4 ½” inches, seal outside left and right edges of bottom 3rd over center, leaving top open.
  8. Fold corners of top 3rd downward to create point. Fold over to create envelope flap. Use square floral sticker as envelope seal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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One Response to Cindi Bisson- Thanks for Being My Friend Card

  1. Esmeralda says:

    These are cool! Very well made.

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