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Thursday, August 7, 2014

More Hunkydory Part 4

This card started with Hunkydory paper and coordinating pyramid-type focal that I put together with foam tape.  I matted it on white paper and hand-drew silver scallops with a pen.  I had a sheer pink ribbon in my stash that went well, so looked to see how I might use it.

I cut and embossed a tag out of white card stock using one of Spellbinders "Fancy Tags" dies.  I stamped a sentiment using a stamp from one of HOTP's small stamp sets called "Dragonfly", and stamped a little butterfly on a scrap of white card stock (stamp from their small stamp set "Pretty Butterfly").  I used a pink glitter gel pen to draw around the embossing on the tag to add a bit more interest.

Assembly was easy.  I threaded the ribbon through the tag and fastened it to the back of the paper, then attached the paper to the card.  Next I added the pyramid focal. Finally, I fussy cut around the little butterfly, folded it's wings up and glued just the body to the card.

1 comment:

Karenliz Henderson said...

Cheryl, this card is so pretty. I love the pyramid focal.