And yeah.. it's time for another little workshop (as promissed in one of in my previous posts). It's a workshop that I've created for CreativeXpress on National Scrapbooking Day, but of course I'd like to share it with you all too!!!!
I'd love to challenge YOU to create a card following this workshop, post it on your blog or somewhere else and add a link to your card in the comments section of this post at latest on Sunday May 25th!!! I'll pick one random winner on Monday May 26th who will receive a fun fun RAK. Can't wait to see what you come up with!!!
Needed: Piece of white cardstock in any size you want, 1 large strip, 1 small strip and 2 tiny strips of patterned paper, 1 circle of patterned paper, 1 handcut flower, 1 clear button, a piece of floss, chipboard alphabet, 1 Prima flower, 1 photo anchor, 6 Jewels, staples, Puffy Paint (or another kind of 3d paint), a hole puncher, a corner rounder and if possible a sewing machine to stitch without thread on the borders of the cardstock and patterned paper.
Get the piece of white cardstock in front of you and fold it in half, then add the large strip of patterned paper to left part of the front of the card and layer the smaller strip on top of it as shown. (use your corner rounder to round the corners of the cardstock)
Then take the circle of patterned paper and glue them on top of the 2 strips of patterned paper (as shown)..
Take the handcut flower in front of you and add holes (with your hole puncher) to the flower petals (as shown)..
Take the clear button in front of you, add floss through the holes of the button and attach a photo anchor to it (alter your photo anchor with some jewels)
Start layering your flower now by starting with the flower, the Prima flower and then the altered clear button.
Add the layered flower to the card (as shown)..
Adhere the title of the card (Chipboard and/or rubons) to circle (or anywhere you want..)
Adhere the tiny strips of green patterned paper to the right part of the card (as shown) and add some jewels to the chipboard letters.
- Add little dots of puffy/3D paint around the circle
- Add some staples to give it a finished look
YOUR CARD IS FINISHED NOW!