This is a card I entered into the Fair and won second place on. It was a Father’s Day card– just because that was the category they gave us. It could easily be changed to be a masculine birthday card.
As always, you can use whatever colors or patterns to fit your recipient.
Striped card stock, 5.5″ x 8.5″
Dark brown paper, 3.75″ x 5.25″
Spotted light paper, several strips cut into 1/4″ and then torn at 3″
Coordinating strip 3.75″ x 1/2″
Staz-on ink pad
Black ribbon, 3″
- Fold striped card stock in half to make card. Crease well.
- Using Staz-on, stamp car on scrap cream paper, set aside to dry
- Stamp sentiment on scrap cream and punch out with window punch
- Adhere dark brown paper in the center, front of card
- Adhere coordinating strip as shown in picture
- Adhere black ribbon
- Punch oval from striped paper
- Adhere window punched sentiment to center of oval
- Using two pop-dots, attached oval piece to center of ribbon
- Using scissors, carefully cut out stamped car image
- Take torn strips and weave together to make a mat-type square. Jagged edges is the look you are going for.
- Using adhesive, attach weaved mat securely to front of card
- Using four pop-dots, attach car to center of weaved mat
- Adhere rhinestones to center of wheels
- Adhere three rhinestones on both the top right and top left of the card
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