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Friday, August 11, 2017

Second OSW - Card #9


This is the 9th and last card in my 2nd One Sheet Wonder set - using pieces corresponding to #9 on my template (see it here).  Here's what I did to make this one:

CARD FRONT: 
  • Background - I first attached a piece of gold glimmer paper that was cut just a bit smaller than the card front.  Then I glued my largest patterned piece - centering it.
  • Focal - Using a die from Spellbinders "Radiant Rectangles" I cut the shape out of black card stock.  Next I covered the filigree with VersaMark ink & heat embossed it.  Then I heat embossed the wedding couple (Weddings by Inkadinkadoo) and the sentiment (from JustRite's Ever After Antique Labels One). Then I simply attached it to the card front using foam tape.

INSIDE:
  • Background - Once again started with a piece of gold glimmer paper just smaller than the inside of the card - gluing it so the black of the card formed a mat.  Then I added the two remaining strips of patterned paper on either side, as you can see.
  • Focal - This focal was made like that on the front - using a die from Spellbinders' Decorative Labels Eight and stamps from  Inkadinkadoo's Wedding set.  I just glued this one directly in place (no foam tape).

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