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Good morning! Have you had the chance to participate in Mary Gunn’s Craft Roulette Challenge? this really is a fun way to spend a Friday afternoon the live stream takes place every Friday at 4:30pm. i would encourage you to take part mary has a new crafty guest every week last week’s guest was Ardyth Percy-Robb. Four parameters are chosen with a few spins of the wheel. the parameters for last weeks card were:
- Colors-Any 4 colors
- Random-Die-cut Frame
- Gina K Design’s Hygge Time Stamps & Dies
- Kat Scrappiness Falling Hearts Stencil
- Gina K Design’s Art Deco Stencil
- Picket Fence Studios Artemesia Silver Paper Glaze
- Die-cutting machine
- Paper Trimmer
- Liquid glue
- Gina K Design Black Amalgam Ink
- Alcohol Markers
- Grey Ink
- Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb
- Kat Scrappiness Heart Sprinkles
- Rectangle dies
- Cut, score and fold a top-folding card base.
- I used a two smaller rectangle dies to cut the rectangle frame. I cut this frame three times and glued them together. I then colored the frame with an alcohol marker I sprinkled clear embossing powder on top and heat embossed the frame.
- Stamp, color and die-cut your images and sentiments. The sentiment was stamped directly on one of the frame cut outs. I then heat embossed with clear powder.
- Cut another rectangle that is slightly larger rectangle Using a larger rectangle die and the Falling Hearts stencil, swipe the paper glaze over the stencil. Make sure you allow this panel to dry. Clean your stencil right away.
- Cut a border for this panel 1/8” larger from black card stock.
- Mask the backside of your card base. With a light grey ink, blend the ink over the Art Deco stencil.
- Now assemble your pieces.
- I used foam tape to pop the main panel up and also the books, envelop and mug.
- I created the envelope by cutting a small rectangle and drawing lines from corner to corner. I added a small heart sprinkle. This was glued to the frame and foam tape added to the part that overhangs the frame.
- Add a few more hearts and your card is done.
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