Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Cards for Everyone with LeeAnn

Greetings crafty friends. Hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday weekend. LeeAnn here to host the blog today.

As I sat looking through my paper, I was trying to come up with a different idea and thought... why not a post card anyone can make. I also made a video to go along with it.  So, let's get on with my project...

  • Using the Adventure Awaits paper page 105, I trimmed down the map image that I wanted to use for my top layer to 3.75in x 4.75in.
  • Turning to the backside of the same page I trimmed a layer of 4in x 5in.
  • Lastly, I trimmed a sheet of 110lb card stock in white to 4.25in x 5.25in.
  • I used double side tear tape to adhere my layers together.
  • Following this step, I grabbed a retired stamp set and my Stampoholic
  • Using the Sunset Powderpuff Ink I stamped the airplane.
  • I followed that up with grabbing my Royal Blue Powderpuff Ink and a fantastix and colored the plane in.
After I finished the video and all the editing, I remembered a HoneyBee stamp set that I had in my stash, and used two of the stamps on the back, again with the Royal Blue Powderpuff Ink.

Once I had a stamp, write out the card and address it, it is ready to go. Quick and simple that anyone can make. And a little less to mail than a regular card.

Here is my process video:

Quick Quotes Supplies:
Adventure Awaits Paper Pack 
2017 Royal Blue PowderPuff Ink
2015 Sunset PowderPuff Ink

I hope you have enjoyed this post, please don't forget about our monthly challenge (The April theme is flowers) you still have time to enter.

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