At my last team meeting my downline Michele shared the following card layout in our mystery stamping segment. (I'll share the card I made then at the end of this post.) I'd wondered what all the little pieces of cardstock and designer series papers were going to be used for. Such a fun card layout, and not new at all, but new to me!
I decided to use a die-cut pansy for my focal image on the front, and then add greetings on the inside.
I'm really pleased with how it all turned out. Here are all the dimensions to make this card. Cut your papers and then follow along with my video tutorial. I give some tips and tricks that make putting it together a breeze!
Soft Succulent cardstock: 4-1/4"x11" and scored at 5-1/2"; 1-3/4"x11" and scored at 2-3/4", 5-1/2" & 8-1/4"; 1"x5-1/4"; plus scraps for the leaves
Evening Evergreen cardstock: 2-1/2"x2-1/2"; 4 pieces cut 2"x2-3/4"; plus scraps for the leaves
Basic White: 2-1/4"x2-1/4"; 2 pieces cut 1-3/4"x2-1/2"; plus scraps for pansy
Pansy Petals Designer Series Papers: 3 pieces landscape orientation (I chose one floral and 2 gingham) cut 4:x5-1/4"; 2 pieces portrait orientations (I chose 2 of the same floral print) cut 1-3/4"x2-1/2"
For the Pansy:
The yellow pansy: Bumble Bee, So Saffron & Basic White cardstock scraps
The lavender pansy: Highland Heather, Fresh Freesia, Bumble Bee & Basic White cardstock scraps
10 inches Evening Evergreen 3/8" Chevron Weave Ribbon
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