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01:18 PM - 04/27/2016

The topic: Alrighty then, time to play catchup….

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In the past two months I've made four cards and haven't posted about them. So, I'll do that now.

I'll start with the most recent first.

This year's Mother's Day card. Another box card from SVGCuts. This one is from the Spring Blossom kit.

(As usual, clicking on a picture will take you to a bigger photo in my family album; clicking on that picture will open a larger photo so that you can see more detail.)


The finished card


I used a Fineline applicator to put the glue in the middle of the flowers, for the rhinestones I bought on eBay, as well as attaching them to the card.


This made me really happy. It was a first time for me. The embossing folder I used was Sizzix Textured Impressions Flower Power. I inked the side of the folder that had the outlines of the flowers raised and ran it through my Big Shot. Look at how cool it turned out! This will be great for embossing trees, stone or brick walls....the ideas are endless!

The completed panels on the card.
 

 


Panels on the other side of the card.

 


Putting the inserts together
 


The tree. I love how the pink on brown looks and the flowers look awesome

 


Close up - see that shimmer? Oh, yeah....

 

 


The card is put together, now for the finishing touches.
 


The back side


The back side with the sentiment. The sentiment is embossed, not stamped. Well, I guess it's kind of stamped since I used my Versamark pad along with a stamp, which I poured my embossing powder over.


And the fun part...attaching the elastic for the magical self-opening card. Little pieces of toothpicks, attached elastic cut to size (bought by the foot on Amazon) and a small hole punch (see the bottom left of the card? That dark spot? That's a hole for the elastic). Once I get the elastic tied onto the toothpick, I put a drop of glue on that, then put it on the hole and pull the little part of the loose elastic through the hole so that it's on the inside of the card. You can see what I mean in the photo below this one, upper left hand side of the inside of the card.


Elastic attached


Card closed (see the elastic?)


The back of the finished card

Oh, and check this out. An added bonus. ME! lol

 

 

 

 

 



Wow! It’s incredible, Lisa! I love all the dimension and the pretty flower centers and embossing! Thanks for sharing! smile I pinned it to our Mother’s Day/Gals Pinterest Board! https://www.pinterest.com/svgcuts/mothers-daygals/ ~Mary

Posted by Mary R. @ Friday, April 29, 2016 - 4:03:12 PM

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Thank you!

Posted by lisaviolet @ Friday, April 29, 2016 - 4:23:58 PM

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lisaviolet is sixty something, married with no kids, takes care of lots of cats, likes taking photographs, loves Southern California weather and spends altogether too much time avoiding her responsibilities.

In her spare time, she makes pretty things to sell in her store.

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