Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Inspire Card with Craftwell

 Hi Pam today sharing with my Inspire Card, I hope it will "inspire" you to look closely at the papers you are working with and seeing if you can use images from them as the focal point of your projects!!!
I found the word "INSPIRE" for my card!!!!
Adhere distressed pattern paper and red card stock to the top of your card base. 
 Begin by first running the wafer thin die and pattern paper through the Craftwell Cut N Boss using two A plates, B plate, metal shim and platform. 
Repeat to get the cut out on both the top and bottom of your pattern paper. 
Using distress tool, distress the edge of prepared paper and adhere to front of card. 
Run the BigZ Die, pattern paper and chipboard using the Cut N Boss, two A plates and pattern paper.
distress pattern paper and red card stock mat using the distress tool. 
Adhere together and place on front of card.
Adhere chipboard and  pattern paper border together. 
Place on word and scallop border
Adhere to top of card base.
 Die cut BigZ Button Jars and Labels Die using chipboard, pattern paper and two A plates through the Cut N Boss. 
Adhere button jar and labels togethertogether. 
 Tie twine around button jar, add "Inspire" label and tickets coming out of the top of the jar. 
Place on card front with pop dots. 
(HINT: mist up the tickets using water mister, crumple up, uncrumple and form the tickets. 
Allow to dry completely.)
 I hope I have "inspired" you to make some inspirational projects by just looking carefully at your pattern papers and dies. Hugs Pammejo
Craftwell Design Team
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1 comment:

  1. Apologies for being so late to come and visit - I love this beautiful card. The stitchlits make a fantastic border and I adore the little button jar, the crumpled tickets are a wonderful finishing touch too! Hugs, Anne xx