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To create this card:
Cut a piece of black cardstock to 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, adhere the vertical floral and striped Cupid & Co paper to the panel.
Add a strip of red satin ribbon to cover the edges, wrap the ends of the ribbon behind the panel.
Mount the entire panel onto a white card base.
Using the Tim Holtz Tag Collection Dies, die cut a tag from black cardstock. Add a piece of the Cupid & Co paper to the tag. Adhere a piece of white paper lace (die cut with the Tim Holtz Crochet Die) to the bottom of the tag and add a strip of red satin ribbon (again, wrapping the ends behind the tag).
Add the looped satin ribbon to the top of the tag and adhere to the card front using dimensional foam (or chipboard).
For the heart, use the tiny strips of paper that you normally trim off the top of each page in the Echo Park Cupid & Co 6x6 pad.
Adhere the trimmed pieces and adhere them to a piece of white cardstock. Die cut the “quilt” panel with the Farmhouse Pierced Nested Heart Dies.
Die cut another heart (the same size) from black cardstock, cut in half and mount behind the “quilted” heart.
Use an embossing powder tool to de-static a piece of white cardstock, stamp the sentiment from Typewritten Just Checking Inusing Versafine Onyx Black ink, apply clear embossing powder and heat set with a heat tool.
Once the embossing powder has cooled, die cut with the Fishtail Sentiments Banner Dies, mount onto the quilt heart, and adhere the entire heart to the card front using dimensional foam to finish off the card.
Stamp Sets: Typewritten Just Checking In
Ink/Mediums: Versafine Onyx Black
Cardstock/Paper: White, Black; Cupid & Co 6x6 Paper Pad by Echo Park
Accessories/Tools: Gemini, Jr., Stamp Simply Dies- Fishtail Sentiments Banner, Farmhouse Pierced Nested HeartsSizzix Thinlit Dies by Tim Holtz- CrochetSizzix Framelit Dies by Tim Holtz- Tag CollectionEmbossing Powder ToolClear Embossing Powder