August 20, 2011

Gypsy Made Simple - A ScrapLift On Saturday Morning!

I am so excited to share this post with you as I am scrap lifting a scrap lift!!! I found a yummy card over at Everything Digital Scrapbooking done by Bunnyfreak (Heather is her real name, I wrote her to find out). She played along with us on one of my challenges and made this gorgeous card. Well seeing I just purchased this cart and hadn't done a card yet with it, I decided to scrap lift her idea. Now I made it and so did she from my template. I changed it up a little just so I could call it my own, and I really like how my card turned out. But I still like her card a lot! She thought to use her cuttlebug, I forgot! Either way they are cute as can be and you can get my free file at the end of this post.
Now grab a cup of coffee, get your Gypsy turned on and let's get to work and make a couple of cards. Make sure you use my Tri-Fold Template and add the artwork you want.

This quick little video will show you the card I designed a make sure that you get everything going in the right direction. I did my card 2 up so that I would make 2 complete cards.

These are the papers I picked out. The pattern papers are from K and Company and the solids are from Coordination's.
Here is a close up of how I scored the card.

I did ink the edges of the heading as you can see one is done and the next I am ready to do.

I inked the edges of the little bird also. All the little parts were now prepared for a quick assembly.
After I had everything ready for assembly I put them in little Zip Lock bags and set them aside until I had time to assemble them. When they reach this point you can assemble anywhere with a little Zip Dry glue and 5 or 6 minutes of time. Often times I carry little kits like this to work and assemble on my lunch or even a break.

This is just a quick video showing you just how easy it is to put one of these little cards together.
I sure hope you enjoyed today's little scrap lift. I challenge you to make a project, ANY PROJECT and link it on this site. I really want to see what you made... you never can tell yours might be my very next scrap lift!
Bunnyfreak, please email me your name and address.  I have a little stamp set that I would like to send you, just a little something to say thanks for playing along! Email me at
Click on this for your Tri-Cooking Card File
For the template Tri-Fold Template
Thanks for joining me today, I hope you enjoyed this post. Thank you for your sweet sweet words of encouragement. Your comments continue to inspire me!!! Now be sure to link up ANY project you make this week!
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