Hi, everyone! Today I'm up on the Craftin Desert Divas Blog with the daily post. I'm sharing a fun way to gift cash for Birthday's using the Simply Moovelous Stamp Set and Crazy Stitch Frame Dies.
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Using Crazy Stitched Frame Dies is an easy way to create this window/slider card. Outdoor Landscape Dies, Stitched Scalloped Dies and The Sky Is Limit Dies were used to create the landscape and clouds. I stamped the image and colored with COPICS before adhering to the front.
You can find all the details on how to create this card at The Relativity of Paper.
Start with a 8.5” x 11” piece of white cardstock scored at 5.5” and folded on the score, then cut at 4.25” to create your card base.
Die-cut the card base using the second largest Crazy Stitch Frame Die to create the see through window. (the plastic pouch attaches to the inside of the card)
Die-cut patterned paper using the two largest Crazy Stitch Frame Dies. Start with largest frame and die-cut panel, center the second frame die before removing the largest frame die, once you have it centered removed largest frame die. You are going to do a partial cut of this frame making sure not run the die all the way through your machine.
This is what the partial cut should look like
Next you want to score the partial cut on the uncut section and score again two inches down from first score.
With paper trimmer cut a piece of coordinating patterned paper 27/8" wide x 6"long. Score at 1".
Using any tab type die-cut, I used a circle, your going to create another partial cut along the score line to create your pull tab.
Assemble the pull tab to the back of the partially cut die frame with strong adhesive
Add double-sided adhesive mounting foam to three sides(outer edges only) of assembled frame and pull tab making sure to leave pull tab free of any adhesive, adhere to card base.
This is what the finished card should look like.
Adhere plastic pouch inside card (backside front of card)
I hope I didn't confuse anyone but if I did please feel free to email me or you can reach on my Facebook through The Relativity of Paper or PM me at Lisa Blanton Mensing.
You can create this with any set of frame dies you have on hand. Here are the products I used:
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