Monday, 9 June 2014

Anniversary Card

I got the idea for this card from Simply Cards and Papercraft. I wanted to do another card for the Mod Squad Anniversary Card Challenge.  This one is a little more feminine.

 I used blue cardstock and scored and folded it to make the front of the card. I attached a piece of patterned paper to the two front panels and a plain piece to the two side panels. I cut out 4 corner flourishes and attached them. I used a die to cut out the medallion and used a craft knife to cut out the middle of the medallion. I used the same patterned paper and made a rosette which I attached to the inside piece of the medallion. Then I adhered the left side of the medallion outer piece to the left front panel. Then I adhered the right side of the medallion middle to the right front panel. This makes a little lock that holds the front closed.
I stamped the love heart,cut it out and adhered it on top of the rosette.

I used the following supplies:

Cardstock: American Crafts
Patterned paper: Floral Fantasy by Louise Tiler
Gold Foil paper: Recollections
Dies: Spellbinders Shapeabilities Die D-lites - Frame Two and Corner Flourish
Ink: Versa Magic Chalk ink - Purple Hydrangea
Stamp: Fiskers(?). It could also be Inkadinkado.  I got it a while ago, before I started making cards on a regular basis and threw out the packaging :(

1 comment:

  1. Very pretty....I love the touches of gold at the corners! Thanks for playing along with us at Mod Squad!


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