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April 15, 2013

Design Team: Caroline Duncan Week 2 Term 6

Gratitude Card
We are grateful for Caroline and her inspiring projects! See what beautiful card she created today!
Hi Everyone! For my project this week, I decided to show how easy the eBosser can die cut various materials and I made a thank you card with a super textured flower! The eBosser cut everything like butter! It was really fun to make the flower and the card came together quickly. It’s always nice to have a few thank you cards already made in your stash when you need an unexpected thank you card to send or give. Or you can just make up a batch of flowers to have on hand to adorn your projects!

  • 7 x 5.25 inch Top Fold Card.
  • Machine emboss with your eBosser the corner scroll onto kraft core card stock using the standard embossing sandwich combination for your eBosser (D, C, folder with card stock, A). Sand the raised design to reveal the kraft core and distress the edges of the panel. 
  • Stamp the sentiment. Wrap a burlap strip around the panel and layer with a sewn edge. Create the flower by die cutting the rose creations die in your eBosser using burlap, natural canvas and cork sheet. The sandwich combination for these thin materials is just the regular spellbinders combo (D, E, B, C, metal die with cutting edge up, material, A). Ink the edges of the canvas petals with peacock feathers Distress Ink. Scrunch up the canvas and the cork a bit. Assemble the flower and secure with an enameled brad. Layer the embossed panel onto a 7 x 5.25 inch black top fold card and secure the flower into place.
Products Used:
eBosser by Craftwell
Tim Holtz Kraft Core Nostalgic Collection
Darice Corner Scroll embossing folder
Sanding block
Seaside Stampin’ Ink ‘gratitude’
Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink
Spellbinders Rose Creations Die
Natural canvas
Peacock Feathers Distress Ink
BoBunny enameled brad
Bazzill black card stock
Thank you Caroline!
See more of Caroline's projects on her personal blog here:
Do you love they way Caroline added texture using burlap? What are some ways you add texture to your cards?

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