Friday, December 7, 2012

Tent Topper Card by Fran


This style card has been around for quite a while but I never made one.  So I chose to make one with a Christmas theme.  Before I get in to how I made the card I want to share the link where I saw the tutorial on how to make the Tent Topper Card here (Splitcoast Stampers).
I used Kraft paper for the base of the card.  The size is a 4-1/2” square card.  The front of the card and inside is made using the beautiful papers from Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium.  This paper is so pretty you hate cutting it apart.  To embellish the card I used Liquid Pearls by ranger in Rouge and Gold Pearl.  If you haven’t tried this product you need to get yourself at least one color and then you will be hooked on it.  It is so diverse.   On the inside I cut three holly leaves using my Cricut out of the Graphic 45 Christmas Emporium paper and then coated the leaves with Stickles Glitter Glue by Ranger (Green) for added bling.  Not much to say about Stickles because it speaks for itself.
Other items used to complete my card are from my own craft supplies:  Just Rite Stamp Oval Stampers from the Christmas Joy Set.  I used Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad (Pine Needles ) to stamp the sentiment.  Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Ovals Large for the front and inside of the card.  And added some half pearls by Opaline to the corners of card front. Ribbon is a sheer gold.  This card went together so quickly I amazed myself.
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All items that are linked can be purchased from the Cutters Creek Store. And if you do see something you are interested in you can always contact Kim Bush of Cutters Creek and she will try to get it for you.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you will let me know what you think of the card by leaving a comment.
Fran
 

4 comments:

  1. Fran, your card is beautiful. I agree Liquid Pearls is an awesome product!

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  2. Fran, Your card is beautiful.

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  3. Fran, an absolutely beautiful card! GREAT job on that bow!!

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