Lace Cardstock

1:05 pm Cardmaking, Crafts, Paper Crafts, Valentine's Day
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By Scrapbook & Paper Crafts Contributor Jennifer, from the blog “So Many Products, So Little Time”.

I love to use lace cardstock because you can use a little, or a lot.  You can use an entire piece as a background for your layout or cut a small piece and use on a card or gift bag.  There are a variety of companies that make pretty lace cardstock including Martha Stewart and K & Company.  Another way I like to cheat when making cards is to use Bo Bunny paper.  In each collection they usually have a piece of paper that has 4 different 6×6 squares…a great card size.

I used:

Bo Bunny Valentine’s Paper

Die Cut Paper

K&Company Valentine Sticker

Rub-on Alphabet

Pearl Stickers

To make this card:

  • Using one of the 6×6 squares from the Bo Bunny paper, adhere to front of 6×6 card base. If you cut a piece of 12×12 cardstock in half this works perfectly. You can then use a Scoring Board to make a perfect crease on the card.
  • The larger white flower is part of the patterned paper. Add a blue die cut flower shape to the center.
  • Cut two birds from the lace cardstock and adhere to flower die cut.
  • Add a 3 dimensional Valentine heart sticker to center of the birds.
  • Apply rub-ons to spell sentiment.
  • Adhere pearls near sentiment.
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2 Responses
  1. Sharon :

    Date: February 3, 2011 @ 5:38 PM

    I really like this card! Love birds and red ones too like cardinals this time of year bring hope. Nice job!

  2. Hair Clippie Girl :

    Date: February 6, 2011 @ 9:29 AM

    really cute, I love this paper! Gonna try one for my hubby for v-day!

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