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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper using Suite Sayings Stamp Set from Stampin' Up!

Here is a card that can be easily mass produced in a short amount of time.  It's also easy for beginners too.  I made several for a recent craft show and many sold.  Just change up the colors and sentiments to make for all different occasions.

Here are the sizes and directions to make this card.












Ink:   Watermelon Wonder
Tools:   Dimensionas, Big Shot, Magnetic Platform, 2 acrylic pads, Fluttering Embossing Folder

Framelits:   Scalloped Oval, Stitched Oval, Oval

Cardstock:    Whisper White card base cut 5 ½ x 8 ½, scored at 4 ¼, Watermelon Wonder, cut 4 x 5 ¼, Crushed Curry 1 ½ x 5 ¼, Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper, cut 1 ¼ x 5 ¼, Fruit Salad Designer Series Paper, cut ½ x 5 ½ for inside, W
hisper White scrap for stamping sentiment

Directions:

Stamp sentiment on Whisper White scrap
Use Big Shot, Magnetic Platform and two acrylic pads and cut out with oval framelit

Use Big Shot, platform, and 2 acrylic pads and emboss the Watermelon Wonder card stock using the Fluttering embossing folder.  Make sure you send the folded edge through the Big Shot first. 

Repeat this step for your envelope flap.

Adhere the larger DSP to the Crushed Curry strip.
Adhere this piece in the middle of the embossed Watermelon Wonder, use extra adhesive.  If the strip extended beyond the Watermelon Wonder piece, simply use the paper snips to trim edges.

Adhere this piece to the card front making sure your butter fly images are in the correct direction.

Adhere small strip of DSP to inside of your card.

Adhere sentiment to scallop oval, then adhere to larger oval. 
Add two dimensionals to backside and attach to card front.


Stamp on backside of your card if you wish.
Karen McNall
Karen McNall

My name is Karen McNall, and I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Inspired By Gram was created after my grandmother. She taught me many crafting skills over the years and I enjoy being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator teaching and sharing the art of rubber stamping and papercrafting.

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