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Come Sailing Pyramid Card

July 15, 2021

Yesterday in my Facebook Live, I shared how to create a pyramid card and today I have another to share with you. I used three Night of Navy 10.5cm squares to create the card base and added layers of 10cm square Basic White card which are cut in half diagonally and embossed using the Bark 3D Embossing Folder. For the first panel, I stamped the lighthouse and anchor images from the Sailing Home stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink.

The images are cut out using the co-ordinating Smooth Sailing Dies. I also used the Smooth Sailing Dies to cut the wheel from Night of Navy card. I attached the wheel and lighthouse to the panel first. I tied a length of the Misty Moonlight/Silver twine from the Flowers For Every Season Ribbon Combo Pack through the anchor and attached it over the lighthouse.

I stamped “happy birthday” from the Peaceful Moments stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink and cut it out using the Layering Circle Dies. I attached it using dimensionals so that it would hold the pyramid card in position. To decorate the second panel, I stamped the compass and large sailing ship images from the Sailing Home stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink. I cut out the sailing ship using the co-ordinating Smooth Sailing Die.

I also used the same dies to cut the seaweed from Night of Navy card. I cut out the compass image and attached it to a Night of Navy circle cut using the Layering Circles Dies. I attached the seaweed first with the sailing ship on top and lastly the compass image.

To decorate the last panel, I stamped the small sailing ship from the Sailing Home stamp set twice onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink. I cut out the sailing ships using the co-ordinating Smooth Sailing Die. I also cut the “knot” from Night of Navy card using the same dies. To decorate the inside of the card, I attached Basic White card which I stamped using the rope image from the Sailing Home stamp set before I cut it in half diagonally.

Even though this card stands tall, it will fold flat to go into a standard envelope. How cool is that! I had forgotten how much fun these cards are to create. What about you, do you love them too.

Bye for now,

Kris

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