Cardmaking, Catherine Pooler, Featured

Thank You Berry Much

Hello! Hello! I’m back again to share another tutorial using new goodies from Catherine Pooler Designs. If you missed the mini card set I created for this release, you can check it out HERE. Otherwise, let me show you how I created this one…

Step 1: Getting the Pieces Together

I started with a top folding A2 card base (4.25″x5.5″), a mat layer trimmed to 3.75″x5″, and an embossed die cut left over from the last project which was ink blended in shades of pink.

To compliment the colors, I took several 1/4″ white cardstock strips and swiped ink pads in shades of peach, pink, and purple across each.

Step 2: Trimming

I added adhesive diagonally across the center of my card panel and adhered several of the inked stripes. Once they were secured, the ends were trimmed off.

Step 3: Add a Sentiment

I stamped a sentiment from the Strawberries & Jam set with embossing ink onto a die cut label and set it in white embossing powder.

Step 4: Thread & Twine

I wrapped a bit of white twine around the lid of the jar securing it on the back with washi tape. I also added adhesive a nest of gradient colored thread behind the die cut jar.

Step 5: Splatter

The card panel was secured to the card base with foam tape, and white pigment and iridescent ink was splattered across the stripes

Step 6: Final Touches

Finally, the jar was secured to the card front with foam tape, and a twine bow and sequins were adhered with glue.

There you have it! What do you think? I hope you liked it and will come back soon to see the next project I created for this release.

You can also see more projects in my Gallery, on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube as well. Until next time… stay crafty!

– Laura Evangeline

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