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Monday, June 20, 2011

CT Work: "Thanks For Being You" Card

Now that the Flying Unicorn magazine "Enchanting Creations"  has been posted.  I can now post my creations made for the Magazine.


White Card stock 6 ½ x 5
Layer one 6 ¼ x 4 ¾ “Spring Awakening” #02
Layer two  5 ½ x 4  White Cardstock
Layer three 5 ¼ x 3 ¾  “Spring Awakening”#02
Medallion “Spring Awakening” #04
Floss Pink and White
Border RM00144 RSMobleys Designs
Sentiment “Just Saying Stamp” Inkadinkado
White Pearls – MF Self adhesive pearls
Pink Flowers
Stickles “Crystal Ice”
Spellbinder Scallop
Gold Embossing Powder, Versa Mark, Heat gun
White Ribbon , Pink Ribbon , Pink Rhinestones, Score Tape, Pop Dots, Hot glue gun, Scotch Quick Dry Glue

Cut first layer add Pink Ribbon and adhere to card base, Cut next 2 layers and adhere in the center only. Use ruler to make holes and hand sew with pink first, then sew with white.  And adhere to card base.

Add border.  Cut Medallion from “Spring Awakening” #04 , Add stickles and let dry and layer with pop dots. Use hot glue gun to add White Ribbon to outer edge.

Stamp saying with versa mark, and heat emboss with Detail Gold EP.  Use Spellbinders Scallop to cut and emboss saying.  Adhere with pop dot.

Add silk ribbon, pink flowers, and use the wire to make curlys.  Add White Pearls.

Sharon Mobley,
Flying Unicorn Creative Team Member.


Carla said...

Beautiful card.

Lynn C. said...

Very beautiful card, Sharon, but what is spring awakening #02 and #04. I must be out of the loop as I don't know what this is.

Sharon said...

Hi Lynn,

Spring awakening is the paper line that I used from "The Scrap Cake"

I gave the paper numbers so you know which ones I used.

Here is the link to the line of beautiful papers.