Sunday, June 5, 2011
Fanfare paper can be versitile. My club nick named "Shut the Front Door" made 3 of the layouts below. We even used an 8 inch flip flap. Feel free to print the following layouts and see what you can do.
This picture is the left page of the Fanfare Workshop on the Go. I adjusted it some and added a flip flap. I love the way more pictures can be used. I like to use all my pics.
Helpful Hints: Cardmaking Projects
Wishes: Long Layers™
•Use dimensions on page 81 of Wishes™ and this cutting guide to cut papers. (Cut two of each measurement listed in Wishes for each card design.)
•Punch scalloped circles for Cards 2 and 3 as follows: two on striped B&T Duos® paper and four on White Daisy cardstock.
•Stamp cupcake bases on Card 1 with second generation and Pacifica ink.
•For frosting images on Card 1 and cone image on Card 2, stamp image using second generation technique and any ink color on back of black diamond B&T Duos® paper. Trim.
•Assemble cards according to pattern on page 81.
•Thread buttons with embroidery floss. Layer as desired.
•Attach cut-out frosting images, cut-out cone images, and buttons. For added dimension, use 3-D foam tape as desired.