I here today trying something completely out of my comfort zone! As I was scrolling around YouTube, catching up on all my videos, I watch a video by Jennifer McGuire and she had designed some Bridge Cards! I fell in love with them... So this post and video are completely inspired by her, thank you!
But I must admit, I was very intimidated by the process... But someone in my group gave me challenge, so here it is!
What I found while making these cards was the ability to use what is in your stash! This was perfect for that... I found some great dies by Spellbinders that I have not even had a chance to use and they were perfect for the look I was going for!
I even pulled in another technique she showed a few weeks ago and I will be trying that soon as well, so stay tuned!
Want to give these are try? Here are the dimensions for your card base to cut!
Portrait Card Base:
Cut your card stock 5 3/4 inches (wide) x 5 1/2 inches (tall) and then you will score along the 5 3/4 inch side at 3/4 inches and then at 1 1/2 inches - turn your card stock and score the opposite end in the same manner
Landscape Card Base:
Cut your card stock 8 inches (wide) x 4 1/4 inches (tall) and then you will score along the 8 inch side at 1 1/4 inches and then at 2 1/2 inches - turn your card stock and score the opposite end in the same manner
For more crafty details as well as a full list of supplies used for this project, can be found in the video below!
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Getting Inky, suffering paper cuts, cutting using metal dies and stamping everything... These are just some of the fun and mischievous ways together we will create paper art! So stay and be motivated and inspired! ...and let me know what inspires your creativity!
Well, hello there everyone! My name is Desiree Kuemmerle and I live in Lansdale, PA with the hubs of over 20 years and our furry bot Max! I am fluent in Crafting, a Master Paper Manipulator and a violator of all that makes sense...
Since about the time I spoke my first word, I’ve been an avid crafter alongside my mom and sister. You name the craft and I’ve probably bought it, collected it, tried it and finally stored it. Right now, getting Inky, suffering paper cuts, cutting with metal dies and stamping everything, whether it moves or not makes me smile and I must pass that along to everyone I know and don’t know!
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