Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Masculine thank you card

Good morning!
Our youngest son is just finishing his co op at our local metal recycling yard, through his high school. I made this card to thank the owner and staff for being such great hosts!
To create this card:
Step 1 - create card base for square card measuring 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 Step 2 - using the dashing square die that measures 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 cut a pice of patterned paper and then ink and distress the edges Step 3 - cut a pice of coordinating paper at 1 x 5 1/4 then ink and distress edges Step 4 - adhere your double sided tape sheets to white cardstock Step 5 - die cut the 'flying high' die Step 6 - using a sharp craft knife trim the cover sheet around the clouds so the plane of the die cut still has the cover sheet still on and remove cover sheet Step 7 - pour the cool diamond microfine silk glitter over the clouds and shake off excess and return to container Step 8 - remove the cover sheet off of the pane and cover with sand dunes silk microfine glitter Step 9 - using the stitched circle die - die cut one circle at 4 1/2 Step 10 - die cut the 'flying high' die out of brown cardstock Step 11 - using your craft knife remove the center of the die leaving only the circle Step 12 - die cut the word 'Thanks' from the 'Words 2' die set Step 13 - adhere the die cut square and small pice to the card base. Step 14 - using double sided tape adhere the glittered flying high die cut to the die cut circle, then the brown cardstock circle to the glittered flying high die cut Step 15 - adhere the die cut assembly to the card base Step 16 - add the thanks die cut  
Here are some details


For the inside I I used a few scraps of paper for accents and I die cut the 'Flying High' die out of coordinating paper, inked and adhered it!  
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