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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Lattice Cross

Stampin' Up! Products
  • Crushed Curry cardstock
    • Card base measures 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" (folded)
    • 1 3/4" x 5" for cross from Lattice Bigz die
  • Dusty Durango
    • Card layer measures 4" x 5 1/4"
    • Scraps for stamping butterfly
  • Old Olive cardstock
    • Scraps for leaves
  • Whisper White cardstock
    • Layer is 3 3/4" x 5"
  • Designer Series Paper Patterns (DSP) - Dusty Durango
    • 4" x 7/8"
  • Papillon Potpourri and Trust God stamp sets
  • Dusty Durango ink
  • VersaMark ink (for embossing)
  • Bird Builder and Elegant Butterfly hand punches
  • Lattice Bigz die
  • Embossing - Black
  • Heat tool
  • Two-way Glue Pen
  • Dimensionals

These are some of the steps I took to create this card.  After determining the size of my card layers, I held them together with sticky notes.  At this point I wasn't sure how I would arrange the patterned paper, cross, leaves and butterfly.


I glued together the Crushed Curry card base and Dusty Durango card layer.  I determined the best layout for the DSP, cross and sentiment.

I stamped the sentiment on the Whisper White cardstock and attached this layer to the card. 

I used temporary adhesive to hold the lattice cross in place.  I moved the leaves around and decided how I wanted to place the leaves and butterfly. 

I took another cross and set of leaves, mimicked the leaf layout and glued the leaves in place on the cross.







I glued the finished cross to my card.







I glued one embossed butterfly directly on the card.  I placed a Dimensional to the other butterfly, lightly bent the wings and attached it to the card



1 comment:

Myrna said...

Hi
This is absolutely gorgeous.
Myrna