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Card – Owl you Doing?

 

Supplies:

  1. Sweet Stamp Shop Owl stamp and sentiment
  2. May Arts SM14 Jute
  3. Cuttlebug Swiss Dot Embossing folder
  4. Memento Black Ink, Memento markers
  5. EKSuccess border punch
  6. A2 Card Base and variety of papers of your choice
  7. foam squares
  8. variety of circle punches

 

Instructions:

  1. Cut your circles: printed paper is 4 inch, 3 in red, 2.5 white with owl stamped on it, 2 inch yellow and 1.5 white with sentiment stamped on it
  2. Emboss the yellow circle, with foam tape attach the white stamped circle to this
  3. attach the printed 4 in circle on the card front, layer the red and white after stamping the owl and coloring with your choice of markers or colored pencils
  4. using the border punch, cut 2 coordinating colors, layer and wrap the jute around and tie a bow then attach to the card front using foam tape per sample
  5. using foam tape, now attach the yellow circle
  6. Call it a card…

Blog post by: Peggy Cain

  1. Savannah O'Gwynn

    Great job! SUPER adorable:)

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  2. Kelley Wrye Eubanks

    Totally adorable!!

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  3. Jamie Cripps

    Such a cute card!  Love this stamp set 🙂

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  4. Lucy

    What a great combo of papers, design, textures, humor, ribbon and that oh-so-cute border punch. Good video tutorial, too.  It helps those of us who are visual learners.  

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  5. alice hancock

    It's a cute card – love the twine on it!

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  6. Jingle

    Cute card!

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  7. Mrs. Hill

    Love that sentiment. Maybe it's just me but I hear Joey from "Friends" when I read it! 😀 The texture on the jute twine is great. Love it!

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  8. Julie Shearer

    Really great cards. Love the twine. TFS

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  9. sue wisniewski

    I like owl images ….. this card is just so cute.  
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/
     
     

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  10. rush

    cute card!  thank you for sharing.

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  11. Deirdre

    Adorable card – love the twine.

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  12. B. Poteraj

    The twine looks really good on that card. And I like the edge on the papers.

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  13. Rosann

    Too cute! Thanks for the "TUT" ! ( I could not resist ) 🙂

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  14. sharon gullikson

    The owl is so cute. I love how you colored him.

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  15. DebbieC.

    Very cute with lots of fun elements used.

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  16. Kristie Maynard

    Very cute card.  TFS!

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  17. Sue D

    Cute card–I like the layout and the jute.

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  18. Natasha G.P.

    So cute. I like how she put the owl off center, and the ruffles on the bottom. Cute.

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  19. Lyn Gill

    I'm getting so many great ideas to try, on the new cards I'm learning to make from all these lovely artists!

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  20. Ashley N Newell

    How adorable!

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  21. Michele D

    Great use of circles, I don't use them enough!

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  22. NWFlamingo

    Love this!  All the repeating elements like circles and scallops  are all tied together with the jute!

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  23. conniemelancon

    This is so cute.  Thanks for the tutorial.

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  24. Miriam Prantner

    Great video, and I love that red just!  Fun, fun, card!

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  25. Kathy P

    Oh, I know I need this cute little owl stamp!  What a great card….so much fun!

    Reply
  26. Amy Jones

    Love the card.  It is adorable.  Thanks for the tutorial.  

    Reply

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