Papier Magenta ME229 (Malie) / Magenta ME229 Paper
Ciseaux / Scissors
Exacto / Craft knife
Poinçon ou poseur d’œillet (1/8") / Punch or eyelet tool
Adhésif double face / Double-sided tape
Bordures Peel Off’s / Peel Off's Borders
the white cardstock to 5.5" x 11"
at 4.25" and 8.5"
Stamp the designs as shown – be careful to align the
flap stamp straight and close to the right panel score line. The ink color
doesn’t matter, as it will disappear under the embossing powder. Suggestion: one
might prefer to use gold embossing on ivory cardstock, for a warmer
flap along the edge of the stamped image, leaving a slight white
Using the craft knife, cut out the designs as shown –
flowers on the flap and leaves on the left-side stem. Don’t forget to use a
cutting mat under your work!
Color the leaves on the flap and the flower on the stem
using coloring pencils.
Using the card
flap as a stencil, trace and cut a red piece of cardstock, leaving an extra
2,5" x 5,5" piece of green cardstock inside the card,
as shown – when closing the card, one will see the green underneath the leaves.
This is where the message can be written. If desired, add a narrow decorative
border of red cardstock – I cut mine with an EK Success Paper Shaper corner
punch. Simply remove the wings and align the design to punch a straight line,
and cut to desired witdth. At this point, you can also add fine decorative Peel
Off’s borders for extra chic.
Place your eyelet setting mat inside the card, close
the panes and pierce holes on either side of the flap, as shown. Once the card
is finished, a ribbon can be added as
Decorate the back of the cacrd as
shown with a surface 5-¼" x
4-1/8" piece of green cardstock and
add thin Peel Off’s borders, as shown.
Add a touch of Stickles to the berries and flower
centers, let dry.
Change product colors to make it a card for any