Monday, June 6, 2016

4th of July card #3

Again looking at Pinterest for Ideas on making some 4th of July cards and came across this idea.

I took what I had on hand and made two of them, I did not prefer this card after I was finished but its done and made but not a favorite.

 I am using a dot embossing folder by Stampin UP and ran it threw my big shot.

I used a heavy weight white card stock cut to 4 by 5 1/4.
 I am using some heart and star framelits from Stampin UP to cut out some silver glitter paper and some Lawn Fawn pattern paper.
 The red pattern paper is also from Lawn fawn.

I cut it to 3/4 inches tall by 4 inches wide and put some foam on the back.

If I were to do this card again I would cut these to 1/2 inch wide.
 I used Tombow Mono glue to adhere the embossed dot mat to the black heavy weight card base.
 I used some extra pattern paper to decorate the inside, I added a white mat to the inside to be able to write your message.
I used foam and tape runner adhesive to attach the heart and star.
Finished Card.

Close up.
Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale, you can also shop your favorite online craft stores.

- I used Tombow Mono Glue, Ad Tech adhesive runner

Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
their website is
Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is

- I used heavy weight white and black card stock

Target Store site

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My Stampin UP demo is Jenny Rast, You can purchase from her and support her by searching for her under the demonstrator section here

- I used heart and star framelits
- I used their dimensionals
- I used the decorative dots embossing folder

To purchase Lawn Fawn products click here

- The patteren paper is theirs but I got it as a free gift when I purchased some other products on their website.

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