Good Morning! It's Christine from iamcocoasmom.blogspot.com back to share a card that I made for my youngest DGD's recent birthday.
Rarely, rarely, does this happen, but when I received my new stamps from DesignwithSassy, a card just popped in my head AND it worked out just the way I hoped! Ta da!
needed a simple tent card, so I placed a square on the DS canvas and
sized it at 5" by 10" to form the card base. It would have been easy
peasy to add a variety of differently sized stars on the lower half of
the card and attach to make the star shaped cut outs. Unfortunately, I
wanted to use the "Star in Square" image from the Artbooking cart
because I like the way the stars fit at the edges!
discovered that I was unable to use the contour button to hide the
outer square and therefore could not 'attach' the image to the front of
the card to cut out the stars. Soooo, the only way I could make it work
was to slice a square in the front of the card base and then weld in
the "Star in Square" image. Yes!!! Then I attached the score line and
finish the card I glued on the 'Accented Star' from the Home Decor cart
and added a square of platinum vellum behind the stars. I placed a
frame around the outside and inside of the stars panel to finish it off
neatly. Inside I attached the Shooting Stars frame from Artbooking and
used my MISTI to stamp that inspirational stardust sentiment from the Happy Birthday
A length of silver ribbon and I was done!
looks so pretty with the tea light placed inside the card, don't you
think? Then, of course, I had to craft a box since an envelope could
not contain both the card and tea light!
Thank you, Sheila for inviting me to share my card. Saving my pennies for your next stamp release! : ) Christine