Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Project Forty-five

Hello and Welcome Back!
For this project I just wanted to show the cute little cards we are making for my youngest Daughter's Valentine's Card! We home school but we attend a weekly Co-op and they attend faith formation. So they will be giving these out there. I love all the cute cuts on the Disney Cartridges, that are not so Disney! That's what makes them great to have,

My youngest is Eight years old, so I only get to make the first card. After that she makes them.

This is the card!

I tried to get a close up of his little face and wings. Yes I glues and glittered 22 pairs of wings LOL

OK So Here is how I made him
Since these are for my Daughter, I don't make full cards. I divide the 8.5 x 11 card stock into fours.
We put the card part on front and she stamps the back and signs her name.

Each card is 4.25 x 5.5
I started with white card stock
I took a piece of red rose Stampin Up 4 x 5.25 and Used the Divine Swirl Cuttlebug folder
Then I took a 3.75 x 5 pattern paper
I hand stitched and lines for the bee and the outer stitching.
The Be Mine was just a stamp I had.

The Bee is from the Pooh and Friends Cricut Cartridge
I cut him at 3 inches.
I then used Glossy Accents on the eye and the top of the antennas.
I then used LaJolle Icy Accents Glitter on the wings.

When I make cards for my daughter I make all the bees and cut all the paper pieces. She now gets to assemble them.

Thanks for Looking!
Beckie Williams

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