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Card #17 – Valentine’s Card #2
I started by assembling all my supplies.
As I mentioned in the first Valentine’s card that I made, I’ll be making a few of these during this series.
This particular card required the least amount of supplies of any card I’ve made so far. I like cards that look like you spent hours, yet, in reality, it was only a few minutes.
And this will probably be the shortest blog post of this series because the card required so few steps.
I used rose red cardstock (4 1/4″ X 11 1/2″) for my base and white cardstock (4″ X 5 1/4″) for the front panel.
Step 2: I found some scrap white cardstock and laid down 1 1/2″ strips of washi tape to form the flags of the banner. I cut out the strips of washi tape and notched the ends.
Step 3: Using foam adhesive I stuck the banners on the card.
Step 4: I attached the string using double sided tape on the back of the panel.
Step 6: I punched mini hearts out of the same rose red cardstock and glued them to the card front.
Step 7: I applied Glossy Accents Dimensional adhesive to the hearts and sprinkled them with glitter.
Here is the finished card.
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I like when your blog posts are short. It means more time for walking and snuggling.