I find paper crafting very relaxing. Sometimes at night I just feel like doing something creative. It's usually too late to fire up the table saw - without waking up the entire neighborhood - and it's sometimes it's too cold to be outside gardening. So often my go-to-craft ends up being card making. I tend to enjoy simple cards. This next card is pretty much as simple as you can get. Keep reading and I'll show you how I easily "assembled" this card in basically 3 steps.
HERE IS WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
- David Tutera Pre-made cards and layers
- Greetings Stamps
- Adhesive tape or glue stick
- optional embossing powder
Using a ruler center your stamp and about an inch from the top of the paper. Press on the acrylic block and stamp with pigment ink. Now, if you'd like, sprinkle clear embossing powder over the ink. Using a heating tool melt the embossing powder and fan in the air to set.
Using your adhesive roller attach the paper to the folded pre-made card.
Attach the stamps in a row slightly lower than half way down the card. I find that three tends to be the magic number to make things look cohesive.
That's all. You're done! Can't get much easier than that right.. I hope you enjoyed this short little post. To kept updated on all of my upcoming projects sign up, email or bookmark this page. Thanks for stopping by!