Friday, March 7, 2014

Birthday Gold (and giveaway)

This card is made of pieces from the Good As Gold Card Kit that can be earned for free during Sale-A-Bration. I cut apart the card bases to get more milage out of the fabulous print (complete with gold leafing). There's more than enough pieces in the kit to make a ton of cards, and I've seen some great projects on pinterest using this kit.

You can get this kit in one of two ways, either you can visit my online store and make a purchase of $60 or more, or you can win it! To win it, leave a comment with which of the birthday cards I've been featuring over the last month is your favourite, and you might be the recipient of the Good As Gold kit! This giveaway is only available to those with a Canadian delivery address.
  1. Stamp the sentiment from “Itty Bitty Banners” with Stazon ink on white cardstock.
  2. Die cut the sentiment with the coordinating framelit and the Big Shot.
  3. Adhere the black card stock layer to the front of your folded card (note that there are several color options).
  4. Adhere the white layer to the inside of the card.
  5. Punch a flagged end into the black cardstock strip by putting just the end into the punch.
  6. Pick your banner pieces (again, there are choices of colors here, ignore the sentiments) and adhere them to the Designer Series Paper piece and inside of your card. Make sure you take out the star from the gold piece and adhere it to the inside of your card.
  7. Wrap the twines around the front of your card, using glue dots to secure the bow where you want it.
  8. Adhere the DSP/banner layer to the front of your card using dimensionals.
  9. Adhere the sentiment banner to the front of your card using dimensionals. Make sure to cover up the pre printed sentiment and twines. 
  10. Adhere two candy dots to the front of the card. Pick any color that coordinates.
  11. Stamp the back of your card and envelope if you’d like!
To buy any current products used for this card, click here to visit my online store!

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