Friday, February 21, 2014

So Happy For You card by Patty Folchert

Looking for a card to share in a friend’s recent success? Here is one designed in a fun hexagon shape using KI Memories Peace and Butterflies 6x6 Pad and the new Jillibean Soup/Handwritten Sentiments stamp set.

So Happy For You card by Patty Folchert

This card begins with a white cardstock base and then the floral center panel was added from the KI Memories Peace and Butterflies paper pad. Next the border strips were cut from the coordinating purple cardstock sheet from the pad and border punched and attached to card base as shown. Next select a wood butterfly from the Stampables large assorted wood shapes and stamp with the Chilled Cucumber flower stamp from small set #2 in purple ink. Next select 3 coordinating patterned papers and cut out 2 triangles from each. Assemble the triangles as shown to create your hexagon, using foam dots to pop up every other triangle. Then from the Cold Avocado Soup flashcard pack pull out the “happy” flashcard and trim down and using corner rounder round the two bottom corners. Attach flashcard to hexagon as shown. 

Using the mustard color cardstock page stamp the “So Happy For You” sentiment from the Handwritten Sentiments stamp set in brown ink and cut out in chevron arrow shape. Attach sentiment to your card using the new Hampton Art Action Wobble Spring for extra added fun. Then attach your wooden butterfly with glue dots as shown adding some bling down the center for emphasis.

There it is a fun “happy for anyone” card utilizing the popular pie chart trend and triangle craze.

Geometrically Content,

Supply List:
Hampton Art/Jillibean Soup- Handwritten Sentiments
Hampton Art/Jillibean Soup- Chilled Cucumber Soup, small set 2
Ranger Archival/ Coffee
KI Memories/Peace and Butterflies 6 x 6 paper pad
Hampton Art/Action Wobble Spring
Jillibean Soup/Flashcards- Cold Avocado Soup
Jillibean Soup/Stampables- Large Wood Shapes
 Mini Glue Dots; My Stik Adhesive Tape Runner, Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares, EK Success/border punch

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