Father’s Day Card – Ustream Class June 1, 2011
Sizzix : Pull Tag Frame, Scallop 3-D
Spellbinders : Labels 4
Echo Park : Splash Collection Kit
Darice : Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection – Cardstock
Core’dinations : Sanding Block
Oh My Crafts : Acid Free Craft Tape
Jenni Bowlin : Stamp pads - Lemon Drop, Soap Powder
3L : White 3-D Foam Squares
Faber-Castell : Black Mix & Match Essential Pitt Artist Pens
Glue Arts : Glue Glider Pro
1. Trim card base 7 x 10 inches. Score in half.
2. Trim a horizontal strip 5 x 1½ inches (small stripe). Adhere to center of card.
3. Die cut the 4th largest label from blue wavy print and emboss. Ink edges. Adhere to strip
4. Die cut the 3rd largest label from yellow circles and ink edges. Print sentiment on label and adhere with foam squares.
5. Remove circle sticker strip and cut (2) 5-inch pieces to place on the top and bottom of the card. Print sentiment in the center circles.
1. Lightly sand inside of card to reveal core color.
2. Follow directions inside Sizzix die for making pop-up.
3. Cut a 1¾ x 2½ inch strip of stripe paper and center on inside of pull tab. Cut the 4th largest label from yellow dots. Ink edges and adhere to stripe strip.
4. Cut a 2 x 2 inch square of yellow dots and mount inside of square. Embellish.
5. Die cut the largest Spellbinder label from printed-paper. Adhere in center of the card and about ⅜ of an inch from score line. Add written sentiment.
6. Adhere pop-up over right side of largest label. Be sure to only put adhesive on the loop portion as shown in the instructions. (when tab is pulled the whole section needs to be able to move)
7. Embellish left side of card if desired.
· Practice making the pop-up out of scrap paper first.
· Plan out the papers before starting to die cut.
· Use a double-sided paper for making the pop-up and you will be able to use opposite side for the accent pieces.
· When putting the pop-up together, make sure to match up the top decorative edges. (Each side is slightly different.)
· Use liquid glue for adhering the frame accent.