Tuesday Tutorials · Uncategorized

Tuesday Tutorial- Eclipse Card

This card has been all the rage on social media lately. I first saw it the day of the Solar Eclipse and have been wanting to make one with you. A standard card will hold a 4 letter word.

Materials

5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Tranquil Tide Card Stock

5 1/4″ x 4″ Berry Burst Card Stock

5″ x 3 3/4″ Lemon Lime Twist Card Stock

Spooky Cat Stamp Set # 144749

Large Letters Framelit # 141712

Elegant Eggplant Stampin Pad # 126969

Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals # 144108

Directions

1. Using your bone folder fold the piece of Tranquil Tide Cardstock so it’s 4 1/4″

x 5 1/2″. Adhere the piece of 4″ x 5 1/4″ Berry Burst onto the Tranquil Tide in the center.

2. Using the Large Letter Framelits I want to spell out the word EEK! I start by finding the middle of my 3 3/4″ x 5″ Lemon Lime Twist Card Stock and placing the second E just to the left and the K to the right. I can also add the ! At the same time. I place these on my Big Shot with my magnetic plate and acrylic plates.

3. Take off the pieces from your Big Shot and place them on your work surface with the letters sitting in the cutouts. Stamp over the pieces with the design you choose.

4. Now to assemble the top. Take out your letters and set them aside in order. Add adhesive to the back of the piece of Lemon Lime Twist making sure to place adhesive around the letter shapes and add to the card base. Next add your Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals (which I think were made just for these letters because they fit almost perfectly) to the back of your letters and place the letters right on top of the opening of the letter shape. Repeat for all your letters to finish your card.

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