Monday, May 21, 2012

Spring into Summer {Blog Hop}!!!

Hey there!  It's been awhile, but I'm jumping back into blogging today for the Glue Arts / Want 2 Scrap Spring into Summer Blog Hop

This week we had the chance to work with a fabulous assortment of embellishments from Want 2 Scrap.  I absolutely love their chipboard!  Here's a card that I made...
"Hello" card























Supply List:
Glue Arts-
Glue Glider Pro
1/4 Perma Tac  Cartridge Refill - Pro
U-Cut-It Adhesive Foam
Mini Adhesive Squares
Adhesive Squares
Extreme Micro Adhesive Squares
Extreme Adhesive Squares
Want 2 Scrap:
ATC Canvas Tags (cut)
Chipboard Shapes – Style C (Kathie flourish)
Chipboard Shapes – (journal shapes)
Self Adhesive Pearls – white
Other:
American Crafts – Dear Lizzie Pattern Paper & Vellum, Stickers, Buttons/Accents

Instructions:
Create the card background by cutting a 4x6 piece of pattern paper and adhering it using the Glue Glider Pro with Perma Tac Adhesive near the top left of a 5x7 piece of kraft cardstock.  Tuck a scalloped strip of pattern paper under the right side of the pattern paper and add machine stitching around the edge.  Cut 2 strips of pattern paper slightly wider than the card, trim the ends like a banner/pennant and again use the Glue Glider Pro to adhere this to the middle of the card.











Trace the chipboard shapes onto pattern paper, cut out and apply the paper to the chipboard shapes using Perma Tac Adhesive.  Sand around the edges of the paper to distressed.  Use the Glue Glider Pro to layer the chipboard pieces and adhere them over the paper strips.







 


Cut butterflies from vellum and adhere them to the center of the chipboard using Mini Adhesive Squares.  Use Micro Extreme Adhesive Squares on the back of the chipboard flourishes to adhere these on a diagonal across the card.











Apply a decorative accent to the center of the butterfly/chipboard using U-Cut-It Adhesive Foam.  Tuck the heart pennant sticker just under the flower accent.









Next, apply Want 2 Scrap’s Self Adhesive Pearls onto the chipboard flourishes.














For the sentiment, create pennant strips from both pattern paper and a cut piece of Want 2 Scrap’s Canvas Tag.  Layer these with Adhesive Squares and apply this to the bottom right of the card, again using Adhesive Squares to secure the piece.  Apply the heart sticker border, then add a piece of U-Cut-It Adhesive Foam to the back of the “hello” sticker and apply.  To complete the card, tie a bow from hemp and adhere to the card (left side of the sentiment accent) with a
Micro Extreme Adhesive Square.  Add hemp to the button and attach it with an Extreme Adhesive Square.
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During the Blog Hop this week, there will be daily prizes at the Want 2 Scrap Blog so be sure to check them out....Oh, and Glue Arts will have a weekly prize as well!  For a chance to win, leave a comment on both the Want 2 Scrap & Glue Arts Blogs!

Here are the designers taking part in today's Blog Hop:
Patti Milazzo <--me!

Remember to check out all the Glue Arts & Want 2 Scrap designers this week!

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As I said, I've been out of blogging mode for quite a bit, but I have a bunch of projects to share in the coming days so I hope you'll come back & visit again to see what I've been creating these last several months.  Thanks for stopping by & have a great week hopping! 


23 comments:

rlovew said...

Beautiful card- I love all the layering you did!

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Miriam Prantner said...

Great card! Lovely layers!

ANITA said...

Amazing card! I am so glad to see your blog again in work! Waiting for the new projects!

Sassy said...

Gorgeous and love your tutorial to go with it!

sharon g said...

I like the kraft paper background. It makes all of the colors look SO good with it.

Charlotte Ann said...

Great card! Love all the embellishments (and, the layers)! I really appreciate the detailed instructions for recreating it.

rush said...

nice project and thank you for the tutorial.

Alice Pace said...

Love the chunky layers!

scrappermimi said...

Wow, this is so pretty!

Carol E said...

Very nice card, it's just stunning, thank you so much for sharing it.

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

I love how you showed us how to make the card. It is simply stunning.

Renee said...

Love all the beautiful layers here! So much fun to look at :)

Tammy said...

Wow Patti!!! You do such a beautiful to the moon and back job:) Thank you so very much for the inspiration and for allowing me to glean form you:) be blessed
~Beyond Measure
Tammy
www.urbeyondmeasure.com

Dorina D said...

Wonderful card with exquisite layering, Thanks

Anita Braddock said...

Wow how Beautiful Love the layering and the papers. love the dies and the added bling adds that Special touch. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.
abbraddock@msn.com

HandmadebyTLC said...

Perfectly wonderful oranges on this! Love the tut too!
Hugs
Tammy Louise

HandmadebyTLC said...

THanks for sharing!
Hugs
Tammy Louise

Karen Letchworth said...

I have missed your crafting, Patti. Can't wait to see more of what you post. Hope you have been well. Keep the inspiration coming!!
Blessings,
Karen L

Karen said...

Beautiful Card! Love the projects!

Katie said...

Great job showing how you put everything together! Love the use of vellum. Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

SmokieBlueRose said...

That butterfly is a cool idea.

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