Tuesday, August 25, 2015

American Crafts | Fun in the Sun Cards

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Even though the school year has started back for almost everyone, I'm sure we all have lots of Summer photos that need to be scrapbooked.  If you're busy creating Summer layouts, don't throw away your scrap pieces of paper.  You can whip up some fun and bright cards, like these two that I shared on the American Crafts Blog for Fun in the Sun week!

How to: Cut a white cardstock base at 5.5 x 11" and fold in half. Cut the #Sunglasses patterned paper to 5.25x5.25" and stitch it to the front of your card base. Select a mix of die cut cardstock shapes and place them across the card. Add a cork sticker. Create your sentiment with one of the stickers from the journaling and phrase sticker book then adhere it with pop dots to add dimension to your card.

Supplies: #Summer (366955) - #Sunglasses, #Summer (366971) - Die Cut Cardstock Shapes, #Summer (366965) - Cork Stickers, #Summer (366963) - Jouranling and Phrase Sticker Book

How to: Cut a white cardstock base to 4.25x11" and fold in half. Cover the bottom half of the card front with a piece of scrap patterned paper. Stitch around the outer edges of your card. Create a sentiment with a die cut cardstock shape. Embellish your card with stickers and wood veneers.

Supplies: #Summer (366985) - #Summer Paper Pad, #Summer (366971) - Die Cut Cardstock Shapes, #Summer (366972) - Screenprinted Clothespins, #Summer (366964) - Wood Veneers, #Summer (366963) - Journaling and Phrase Sticker Book


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