Friday, January 31, 2014

Tag It Birthday

This card is a CASE from LeeAnn Greff, and I love it! The wash and vellum piece is actually full of little punched 'confettis' that gives the card a ton of movement and colour. A great card for kids or the young at heart for sure.

  1. Cut out a piece of white card stock using the oval framelits and the Big Shot.
  2. Cut out a piece of colored card stock (your choice of color) using the Banner framelits and the Big Shot.
  3. Emboss another piece of colored card stock using the polka dot embossing folder.
  4. Stamp the image from “Tag It” using markers to get a multicolored image onto the oval cardstock.
  5. Pierce an oval into the piece of vellum using the piercing tool, mat, and template.
  6. Punch a variety of small shapes from colored cardstock scraps and place on the piece of white card stock.
  7. Overlay the vellum onto the white cardstock and confetti pieces. Adhere together using washi tape.
  8. Adhere the stamped oval to the front of the vellum piece.
  9. Adhere the embossed panel to the card front.
  10. Adhere the banner to the card front using dimensionals on one end.
  11. Adhere the vellum shaker to the card front using dimensionals.
  12. Adhere a white panel to the inside of the card.
  13. Add a rhinestone to the card front.
  14. Stamp the back of your card and envelope if you’d like!
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1 comment:

  1. Whoo Hoo. Love this case. Looks like LeeAnn also liked the demo at
    last years Convention. Pam Morgan's demo on main stage last summer was what convinced me Washi tape had a place in my craft room. Love your version. Thanks for the details my friend.

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