Friday, May 8, 2015

American Crafts | Hand Cut Letters Card & NSD Blog Hop WINNER!

The American Crafts Design Team has been featuring Hand Cut Letters all this week on the Blog.  Hand Cut Letters have been a popular look on layouts recently, but it's also a fun look to use on a card.  You can use a mix of patterned papers to hand cut letters, to create the sentiment for you card.

How To:  Cut a 4.25x11 inch card base and fold in half.  Cover the front of the card with the Gray & White striped side of the Bright Bows patterned paper.  Choose three patterned papers from the Fine & Dandy collection and hand cut letters for your sentiment.  Adhere the hand cut letters and stitch through them, to add texture to your card.  Use one of the Dear Lizzy Fine & Dandy Toothpicks to embellish your card, and finish by adding Stickers, Clear Shapes and Enamel Dots.

Supplies:  Dear Lizzy (370073) - Bright Bows, Dear Lizzy (370082) - Gleeful, Dear Lizzy (370079) - Elated, Dear Lizzy (370069) - Make a Wish, Dear Lizzy (370095) - Clear Shapes, Dear Lizzy (370100) - Toothpicks, Dear Lizzy (370091) - Accent & Phrase Stickers, Dear Lizzy (369215) - Enamel Dots

And, it's also time to announce the Winner of my AC NSD Blog Hop Giveaway!  Thanks to everyone who played along with my challenge!


Stacie, please email me at for more info on receiving your prize!

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