Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Purse Card

Today, I have a fun little purse card project to share.

Direction: 1. Begin with a piece of yellow cardstock cut 6 x 12 inches. Score at 4.25, 5.25, 6.25 & 11.25.

Stamp and white emboss on the two larger panels of the scored cardstock.

3. Fold your cardstock so that you have a valley/mountain fold at the bottom and a flap at the top.

4. Place the folded rectangle back into your Scor-Pal and make a small score mark at one and five inches...just a tiny little notch..not a line..this is just to make a mark one inch in from either edge.

5. Place your small score mark on the cutting edge of your trimmer and line up the the bottom corner and cut. You will now have a trapezoid or quadrilateral purse shape.

6. Cut a panel of pink cardstock and use the Eyelet Embossing Border Punch to create a pretty edge.

7. Score .5 inches from the straight edge and adhere to the back of the purse. Adhere the front to the top flap of the purse.

8. Attach the ribbon to the top of the purse using brads to finish the project.

Supplies: Hero arts stamps, brads, ribbon

Thank you for stopping by! More to share later!

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