Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Pansy Birthday Card

by Sue Eldred

 
Paper Blossoms Tools
64503 Floral Petals
64500 Alpine Snowflake
64502 Birch Leaf
65800 Tool Kit
65900 Molding Mat

Additional McGill Punches
     - 53700 5/16"  Hole Punch (McGill)
     - 98200 Multi Tags Dimensional Punch (McGill)

Additional Supplies
     - Fabri Tac Glue (Beacon Adhesives)
     - "Always" Pattern Paper (Fancy Pants Designs)
     - Purple Palisades, Lavender Twilight, Witch Hazel, Candlelight
       cardstock (Bazzill)
     - Cream Cardstock
     - 98200 Multi Tags Dimensional Punch (McGill)
     - Versa Magic Chalk Inks: Pretty Petunia, Tea Leaves (Tsukineko)
     - White ColorBox Ink Pad (Clearsnap)
     - PC1008 Violet Prismacolor Pencil
     - Purple Ribbon: approx 8" (May Arts)
     - Self Adhesive Jewels: Desert Sun (Bazzill Basics)
     - Small Cream Button and White String
     - Computer generated font: Bradley Hand 20pt

Instructions:
     Learn to create Pansies with the instruction sheet below

Click instruction sheet for full printable PDF

Card Assembly:
  1. Cut two pieces of "Always" pattern paper. One 3 3/4"x 5" striped side vertically and the other 1 1/2" x 5" Paisley side.
  2. Adhere the paisley strip down the center of the striped layer. Adhere a piece of purple ribbon down the center of the paisley strip.
  3. Adhere layers onto a 4" x 5 1/4" piece of Lavender Twilight and then a 4 1/2" x 5 1/2" card made from Witch Hazel Cardstock.
  4. Glue three Pansies into a cluster on the front of the card.
  5. Print "Happy Birthday" on Cream Cardstock and punch out with Multi Tag punch.
  6. Rub Pretty Petunia ink onto the edges of the tag. Adhere next to your pansies with foam dots.
  7. Fold Purple ribbon into thirds with the ribbon ends out.  Wrap the center of the ribbon a couple of times with the white string to form a bow.  String button to the white string and tie to the front of the bow.  Adhere to top of your card. 
    We would love to see more of your projects using McGill Punches.  Just leave us a comment with a link to your project.  As always Happy Crafting.



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