Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Simon Says Stamp August 2018 - Mandy's Flowers Part 4 of 5

Part 4 is up on YouTube today...Be sure to check out the video and comment to enter the Perky Penny Papers August 2018 Cardapalooza......Click here for details.   Card recipes and a supply list are included below the video link.



Papers:

110 lb White Card Stock
  • 1 - hotizontal side folding A2 card base
  • 1 - A2 panel

Patterned Paper:

  • An assortment of coordinating papers measuring 1 3/4" to 2" x  4"

Media:

  • Copic marker colors as listed on the supply list

Directions: 

  1. Cut  patterned paper pieces diagonally to create 2 triangles.
  2. Mark the center on the 5 1/2" side of an A2 card stock panel.
  3. Apply triangles placing the point at the center mark.  You can use any kind of adhesive you like.  
  4. Die cut with oval die when all spaces are filled in.
  5. The border triangle was one of my left over triangles I had cut from a 6 inch strip I had left over from another project.   I lined that with a gold strip in between to add some shine and then added my oval sun burst.
  6. Take the thank you sentiment and stamp and heat emboss in gold on the pink paper.  Die cut it and a piece of gold mirror paper with the matching die.
  7.  Attach 2 sentiment die cuts with foam tape and pop up on front of card.

    Papers:

    110 lb White Card Stock
    • 1 - horizontal top folding A2 card base
    • 1 - A2 panel
    Patterned Paper:
    • strips of patterned paper 1/4" and 1/2" wide.  GREAT FOR SCRAP PAPER!

    Media:

    • Copic marker colors as listed on the supply list

    Directions: 

    1. Run your A2 panel through a Xyron or cover with adhesive,  or cover the strips with adhesive before placing them.  Take your A2 card panel and 3 strips of the same paper strips and position one across the shorter side of the card towards the center.  Then take the other 2 strips and place them on either side of the center strip so they intersect with it.  Next take 4 strips of the another paper and line them up along side the strips just placed and repeat the process until all space is filled.  Any extra strips can be set aside for future cards.  To finish the panel trim all the edges to create an A2 sized panel. 
    2. Using the picture above cut the panel at the left side of the first strip that was placed.
    3. Take the right half and line it up on the right side of the card base and trace a line along the diagonal edge of the card.
    4. Cut the left side of the card front off and then glue the left side of the herringbone panel in the empty space.
    5. Fold the flap in half to create an easel fold and adhere the right side of the herringbone panel to the bottom half of the flap.
    6. Attach your flower arrangement in the center and then create a sentiment for inside the card and pop it up on foam tape to create a place for your easel to rest.

      Papers:

      110 lb White Card Stock
      • 1 - 6" square card base

      Patterned/Colored Paper:

      • 6" square of patterned paper 
      • A2 panel of pink paper
      • 5 3/8" x 4 1/8" gold mirror paper
      • 5 1/8" x  3 7/8" shaving cream pattern or other patterned paper

      Media:

      • Copic marker colors as listed on the supply list

      Directions:

      1. Adhere 6 inch patterned panel to 6 inch card base.
      2. Assemble framed piece gluing each of them on top of the larger piece and then place a piece of foam between this framed creation and the 6 inch card base.
      3. Stamp sentiment.
      4. Add copic colored floral arrangement.

      If you make a project inspired by this post please tag it with #perkypennypapers on 
      Instagram and I will be able to see it :) 

      Happy Cardmaking,

      Joanne and Penny 


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