Thursday, 31 May 2018

Sue's 3" x 3" cards.

Hi friends and welcome to tonight's blog post.

 I thought I would share a little set of 3" x 3" cards with you all.
I absolutely love making these mini card sets and gifting them to friends for their birthdays. I have so much fun personalising them to suit each one's likes and tastes. I'm giving this set to my friend Sue for her birthday.


I start with a Thick Whisper White card base that measures 6" x 3", and score along the 6" side @ 3" to create the centre fold line. I cut five squares of cardstock to 2 3/4" x 2 3/4" in Cherry Cobbler, Bermuda Bay, Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight and Rich Razzleberry and ran these through the Layered Leaves 3D Dynamic TIEF. Taking the double flower image from 'Petal Palette' stamp set, I stamped onto a stitched square of Thick Whisper White C/S with Memento Tuxedo Black ink, and coloured with Stampin' Blends in the embossed panel colours. I attached these squares to the card with dimensionals.


To hold the cards I made a box on the Envelope Punch Board and secured with a belly-band. I stamped and die-cut the same flower image and layered onto another stitched square of Cherry Cobbler and attached this to the belly-band with Tombow glue. I brushed Wink of Stella over all of the flowers for a lovely sparkle and added (retired) Glitter Epoxy shapes. For the flowers on the box I used Rhinestones.


The set is complete with our matching 3" x 3" envelopes.

Thanks for stopping by today. I have a list of all the products I've used to create this mini card set below.

Until next time.....
Stay happy & stay crafty! 😘



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2 comments:

  1. these are gorgeous Caroline your very clever

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    1. Hi Jan. Thank you, they turned out so sweet. I think what really makes them is that embossed layer. Lovely to hear from you xx

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