This slimline tent fold card measures 4“ x 8 1/4“ when completed. Use the white card stock to make the card base to the above measurements. First by cutting 8“ x 8 1/4 “ , make a fold at the 8“ edge so you get the tent fold.
Using the white card stock make a matting by cutting it a little smaller than the card base front, adhere this in place using the 3D foam tape or dots. Taking the sheet 12B from the collection paper pad, cut this a little smaller than the card front. Using the pattern making tracing tool, a ruler and a foam pad make holes along all the edges of the paper. Adhere this to the card front using 3D foam tape or double dots.
Taking both stamps from the Elegant Rose Banner set, the white card stock, sepia ink stamp twice the straight banner and the heart banner. Use the matching dies to die cut all images. Bring color to the images using the tea rose for the roses and Leaf Green for the leaves. Red Geranium for the heart shape.
Cut the heart shape in half in the length, this will be adhered to behind the straight banner with 3D dots or foam tape. Adhere this to the card front using the 3D foam dots or 3D foam tape. The remaining banners will be used later.
Taking the green organza ribbon, wrap this around the card front and across banner, adhere in place. Make a separate triple bow from the ribbon and adhere this to the right side of the banner by using the hot glue gun.
To make the OXO sentiment, die cut four layers for each letter from the white card stock using the larger size font from the Letters & Numbers die set. For the top layer of the OXO, use the gold deluxe card stock and the die cut once for each letter, adhere all together to form the sentiment. Adhere this to the banner on top of the ribbon with the clear drying adhesive.
Fussy cut the remaining stamped banner roses and leaves and adhere In place as fillers behind the heart. As seen in the project photo. Now adhere the roses and buds in place using the hot glue gun.
To make the roses: Stamp with sepia ink onto the white card stock-each medium sized rose has four petal layers. Nine roses and two buds in total. Bring color to the stamped images using a dauber and the tea rose ink. Shape using the matching mold and the deluxe flower shaping tools. Adhere together using the clear drying adhesive or the hot glue gun.
Once the roses are formed, apply a little adhesive to the roses and buds by using the hydra sponge, then sprinkle the glitter onto the roses and leave to dry. Tap away any excess glitter so they are ready to use.
This tent fold card measures 6“ x 6“ when completed. Using the white card stock to make a card base to the above measurements. Taking the sheet 2B from the collection paper pad, cut this a little smaller than the card front. Using the pattern making tracing tool, a ruler and a foam pad make holes along all the edges of the paper. Adhere this to the card front using 3D foam tape or double dots.
Taking the gold card stock and the Eyelet Royal die cut two of the lace frames. Adhere this to the centre of the card front using the clear drying adhesive. There will be a gape, between the two frames, the banner will cover this.
To prepare the front banner, taking the straight rose banner, stamp this with the sepia ink on white card stock that is 6“ in length as you will extend the banner when die cutting. Using the matching banner die, die cut the banner as so, place the stamped image on the sandwich plate making sure the end of the part you want extended will not be on the plate, so just before the end part of the die will not be in the sandwich. Tape to secure in place. Place the die now on the stamped image. Place the top plate edge to the end of the banner die, just to before the end of the stamped image so it will not cut the end part of the die. Thus you will be cutting only the sides of the banner and not the ends, so you get an extended banner.
Stamp and die cut one extra banner but do not extend this as it will be fussy cut and adhered to the extended banner.
Stamp the sentiment from the sentiment stamp set, the first sentiment with sepia ink and the second with the versa-mark and gold embossing powder. Add a little e gold embossing powder to the ends of the banner as well. Do this to the extended banner only.
Color the rose and leaf images with the elderberry and Pesto Green, Bottle Green aqua pencils. Use the water brush to spread the colors. Fussy cut the smaller banner as so, the larger rose with two buds stay intact, the two roses are cut apart and used for under the sentiment banner as shown. Before adhering in place, bring shape to the flowers by using the deluxe shaping tools.
Adhere the banner and roses in place using the 3D foam tape or double dots. Adhere the fussy cut roses and leave in place by using the clear drying adhesive. To finish draw a line around the banner with the elderberry pencil then apply water to soften the line.
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