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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Life is Tweet Card

Tweet Projects

In love with the artwork we created with this stamp set? Get ready to make it yourself! Purchase the materials listed here along with your deeply discounted Stamp of the Month set to get started!
Materials Needed
  1. My Acrylix® Life is Tweet
  2. Footloose Paper Packet
  3. Foundry® Number Plates
  4. Color-Ready Evergreen Cork Shapes
  5. Bakers Twine Neutral Assortment
  6. Wooden Designer Buttons
  7. Cricut® Art Philosophy Collection

Required Tools
  1. Colonial White Cardstock
  2. Kraft Cardstock
  3. Cocoa Exclusive Inks® Pad
  4. Tulip Exclusive Inks® Pad
  5. Lagoon Exclusive Inks® Re-inker
  6. Colonial White Exclusive Inks® Re-inker
  7. Spray Pen
  8. Piercing Tool Kit
  9. Sponge Daubers
  10. Mini Glue Dots®
  11. 3-D Foam Tape
  12. 2" × 2" My Acrylix® Block
  13. 3" × 3" My Acrylix® Block
  14. 1" × 6 1/2" My Acrylix® Block
  15. Adhesive
  16. Bamboo Skewer

Life Is Tweet Card

Helpful Hints

To create this artwork, follow the helpful hints outlined below.
  • Cut the following using the Cricut® Art Philosophy cartridge:
  • Kraft cardstock card base: 4" Card <Square4> (p. 53)
  • Sand B&T Duos® plaque: 3 1/2" <Square4> (p. 53)
  • Kraft cardstock flower: 2 1/4" Shift <Flower5> (p. 48)
  • Cut the following papers:
  • 3/4" × 4" waves B&T Duos® paper
  • 1 1/4" × 1 1/4" Colonial White cardstock
  • Stamp large flower image with Cocoa ink on kraft cardstock flower.
  • Stamp the circle sentiment from the large flower image with Tulip ink on 1 1/4" × 1 1/4" Colonial White cardstock; trim.
  • Stamp medium bird image with Cocoa ink on scrap kraft cardstock; trim.
  • Sponge edges of all papers with Cocoa ink, excluding card base.
  • Attach sand B&T plaque to center of card base; stitch around it with White Daisy baker’s twine.
  • Assemble card, trimming right side of waves B&T paper and sponging exposed edges with Cocoa ink.
  • Stamp small flower images with Cocoa ink and embellish card, using 3-D foam tape if desired.

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