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Using Up My Kits

December 13, 2018

When I hold an event with my ladies at Beachmere I am never really sure how many ladies will attend,.  The All Day Class is usually an exception, but this year I was away leading up to the event, so I prepared more kits than I needed.  So to make a long story short, I am trying to use up the kits and decided to create cards using the individual panels for the Framed Art we made.  Today’s card uses Panel 1.  You can download a free PDF tutorial for this on my Free Tutorials Page.

I embossed Real Red card using the Tufted Dynamic Embossing Folder and attached a piece of Basic Black card, punched using the Decorative Ribbon Border Punch, behind one long edge.  The panel is attached to Whisper White card and then scored and folded Basic Black card.  I stamped the image from the Joy and Noel stamp set onto Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and coloured the image using the Real Red, Shaded Spruce and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends.  I attached the stamped panel to Basic Black card and then the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card I punched a length of Basic Black card using the Decorative Ribbon Border Punch.  The punched card is attached behind one long edge of a narrow piece of Real Red card embossed using the Tufted Dynamic Embossing Folder.  The panel is attached to the bottom of Whisper White card.

Just for a bit of fun, I added three Basic Rhinestones to the stamped image on the card front.  I think this card turned out very nicely and gives you another way of using the pieces created for the Framed Art.

I’ll be sharing the cards made using the other panels over the next few days.

Bye for now,

Kris

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