Hello crafty friends! TracyMcLennon here, and today I am back up on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog to share a Best Wishes Card I created featuring the Heartfelt Creations Eyelet Lace Frame dies, Clearsnap ColorBox products and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. I wanted to showcase just how gorgeous these frame dies were, and how you can use all the different layers in one card. Die cut the following: Using white cardstock die cut the largest frame and the smallest frame. You will be using the piece that comes out of the middle of the smallest frame. Using plum cardstock die cut the largest frame. This time you are simply using what comes out of the middle. Using gold shimmer cardstock, die cut the smallest frame. This time you are using the intricate frame. Cut a piece of gold cardstock that is just a little larger than the white die cut frame. Cut the card base just slightly larger again from white cardstock. Adhere the largest white die cut frame to the gold cardstock. Add the knotted gold ribbon around this layer. I like to use the E-Z Runner Ultra adhesive anytime I am adhering paper and ribbon. Adhere the gold cardstock layer to the white cardstock base using Creative Photo Corners- Gold, and E-Z Runner Ultra. Adhere the small gold die cut frame to the plum cardstock die cut using Adhesive Dots- Mini. Adhere this plum layer to the card using 3D Foam Squares. Using the Classic Wedding sentiment and the Clearsnap ColorBox Embossing Pad, stamp “Best Wishes” onto the smallest white cardstock layer and sprinkle with the Gold Glitter Embossing Powder. Heat. Adhere this to the card using 3D Foam Squares. Add gold gems to the card to your liking. I love a little sparkle.
Heartfelt Creations – Eyelet Lace Frame dies and Classic Wedding Cling Stamps
Clearsnap ColorBox – Gold Sparkle Embossing Powder and Embossing Pad
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L – 3D Foam Squares, Adhesive Dots Mini, Creative Photo Corners and E-Z Runner
unknown – gold gems, gold ribbon, and cardstock
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