Friday, 6 September 2019
CROSS-OVER CARD & FRIDAY FREEBIE
Good morning crafty friends
For today's card I started with 2 square red card bases, 6"x6" and cut a slither away from one side of one card base so that I was able to adhere that on top of the other base card.... just like how you would make a gate-fold card. I hope I've explained that clearly!
With the 2 top folds I diagonally cut away the top portion on each side, as shown above
A smaller panel of black card then a smaller panel of the pretty paper were adhered to each side
A thin line of adhesive was applied along the bottom of the base card and one flap was adhered to it. More adhesive was applied for the top fold and adhered on top of the first fold
I die cut the 'happy birthday' in black card then the floral paper, adhered them together to give a shadow effect
Three card panels were cut to size for the pull out card in black, gold mirri and red
I stamped and embossed the sentiment on the red card. Punched a hole at the top of the panels and added an eyelet and put white satin ribbon through the eyelet
To complete the front of the card I added pearl gems
I made a stand and adhered it to the back of the card to enable it to stand upright
This week's 'Friday Freebie' is a stamp by Sam Poole
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