Saturday, July 3, 2010

Purple Filigree Card- Cindy Loo Cartridge






SPAN

Project by Rowena Valentine


Items Used

Cardstock: Close To My Heart (Amethyst, Hydrangea)
Decorative Elements: Cricut Cartridge (Cindy Loo); Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue (Fruit Punch, Black Diamond)
Ink Pad: Colorbox Cat Eye Fluid Chalk (Blackbird)
Other: Scotch Adhesive Transfer tape (ATG 714 dispenser); Scissors; Gelly Roll Pen (Clear);We are keepers (Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper tool); Pop up dimensionals (Stampin' Up); Scor- Pal (Scor-Pal: Scoring Board 12"X12"); Provo Craft Cricut Expression electronic die cutting machine.

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Instructions
  • Create card base by cutting the amethyst cardstock to measure 5" x 10". Using the Scor-Pal, score the cardstock in half, then fold it to make a 5" x 5" squarecard base. Round all the corners with the Crop-a-Dile Corner Chomper tool.
  • Use a Provo Craft Cricut Expression to cut three 4 3/4 x 4 3/4 Doily shapes from the Cricut Cartridge Cindy Loo.
  • To assemble the card, first adhere one of the doilies in the center on the front card base with the ATG dispenser. With the next two doilies cut out the flowers with scissors (see second photo above to see how to layer the flowers). Use use pop up dimensionals or your favorite pop up product to adhere the flowers and to add dimension.
  • Sponge the sides of the cards using the Colorbox Fluid Chalk ink.
  • Use the Gelly Roll pen to color some ares of the card (as can be seen in photo one above).
  • The last step is to add Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue at the center of the five flowers. First, Add a dot with the Fruit Punch (a little bit goes a long way; if a lot is added the drying with increase) then place a smaller dot of Black Diamond in the center of the all five followers.
  • Let the Ranger Stickles Glitter Glue dry before handling.
All items in bold font in the instructions are products that you will find at Scrapboolpal.com.

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