Ever since Kim has gotten in the American Glitter paper I have been finding different ways to use them. This card could be a wedding card from the bride to the groom or any other occasion that warrants a tuxedo, but it was actually created for my mom to give as a gift to my nephew on his wedding day. She needed a card that she could fit the US savings bonds she’s collected for him over the years; so the card base is one 11 x 8.5 sheet of white cardstock, scored at 5.5 to fit an A8 envelope (5.75 x 8.75). Red cardstock (left over from Valentine’s Day embossed with hearts) was cut and glued on to cover the base.
I then used Inkscape to trace a tuxedo jpeg and brought it into SCAL to cut. (I know you can trace in SCAL, but I am a bit faster at it in Inkscape.) I made a shirt piece out of the white glitter paper, the lapels from the silver, and the jacket, pocket and bowtie from the black glitter paper. I hand cut a handkerchief to peek out of the pocket. I used my 1/8 of an inch ScorTape to adhere the pieces together. I find that works best when adhering the glitter paper together. I then used black stickles to put shirt buttons and one button on the jacket. Next I created the sentiment in SCAL. I used Wrexham Script and cut it from white cardstock, sponged the cardstock with versamark, sprinkled silver embossing powder over it, and used my heat tool to set. I repeated that step three times to get a really rich tone of silver. Had a leftover heart from Valentine’s Day too so I embossed that and added it to the card. I hope she likes it. For your pleasure I’ve attached the svg of the sentiment and the svg and scut of the tux. I’d love to see what you create.
Sure Cuts A Lot (SCAL)