Leaf Collection Card
Reversible Stamps

Easy To Create -Two Cards Using One Design

Two Cards-One Design sudsol

 Supplies

Stamp: Playing In the Rain (160542)

Ink:  Pretty Peacock (150083)

Paper with Measurements:  Pretty Peacock (150880) (2) 5 ½ X 8 ½ sc 4 1/4, Lost Lagoon (133679) (2) 4 X 5 ¼, Lighter Than Air (162747) 6 x 6, (2) Basic White (159276) 4 X 5 ¼.

Other Accessories: Paper Snips (103579), Paper Trimmer (152392), Multipurpose Glue (110755), Silicone Craft Mat (127853), Basic Rhinestones (144220), Stampin’ Dimensionals (1014430), 2” Circle Punch (133782), 1 ¾ Circle Punch (119850)

Instructions:

  1. Using Paper Trimmer, cut DSP according to the diagram below.
  2. Arrange cut strips on one side of Lost Lagoon CS starting from the bottom left corner, leaving each piece hanging over CS working your way to the top left.  Leave a small space between each piece.  You can decide how much space to have.
  3. Once you have it the way you want it-use your adhesive and adhere each piece making sure to have ends off the side of the card.  Points should be toward the center of the CS.
  4. Using your Paper Snips, trim off all pieces of DSP.
  5. Attach this to your card base using your adhesive.
  6. Stamp your sentiment using Pretty Peacock and punch with a circle punch or your circle dies.
  7. Punch a piece of Pretty Peacock in the next size up.
  8. Attach the sentiment to the Pretty Peacock Circle using your adhesive and attach over the DSP “points” using a Dimensional.
  9. Attach your Basic White CS to the inside of your card for your message.

Repeat this process for the second card.  Cutting diagram below.

Two at a Time Cutting Guide

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