Breast Cancer Kitty

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Hello scrappy friends…. bringing you a sweet card that is appropriate for any woman. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and what friend, sister, mother, grandmother wouldn't love receiving this card in the mail????

Before we start the card tutorial, I just want to say thanks to Scor-Pal and the rest of the Design team for giving me the opportunity to work with you. 

OK…

Let’s Make a Card…..

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Supplies needed

1) Cut a card base from heavy weight card stock (I use watercolor paper) sized 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. Ink around edges of left half of card base. 

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Score lines & Scor-Bug bumps


2) Cut white card stock just a bit smaller than base. Score @ 1/2 inch marks, then use Scor-Bug every 1/2 inch in between score lines. Ink right side of this section. Attach hot pink ribbon down the center and attach this section to base card with ScorTape.

3) Stamp image and heat with clear embossing powder. Color with Copic markers and fussy cut. Add White Enamel Accents and Glossy Accents as desired. Attach to card front with foam adhesive.

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4) Make accordion rosette by cutting 1/2 inch strip of white card stock. Stamp strip with sentiment and ink. With Scor-Pal, score strip every 1/2 inch, fold back and forth, glue ends together, squish together and glue a scrap of heavy card stock to back of rosette, let dry, then add a faux pearl to center. Attach rosette to hot pink ribbon as shown.

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5) Make banner with Cricut or Silhouette (or the old fashioned way of using scissors). Stamp and heat emboss sentiment on banner, then ink the left side. Attach to card base with foam adhesive.

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Banner made at Cricut Craft Room


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Thanks for stamping by.......

Hugs, Penny

Let's go Shopping:
Water color paper (Canson)
Stamps : Uplifting Occassion (Penny Black), Encouraging Words (Stampendous)
Clear embossing powder (Tsukineko)
White Enamel Accents (Ranger)
Faux Pearl (Michaels)
Versafine Ink Black (Tsukineko)
Hot pink Ribbon (Michaels)
Scor-Bug (Scor-pal)
Scor-tape (Scor-pal)


2 comments

Sandra H said...

This is lovely and appropriate for Cancer Awareness month xx

Elizabeth Allan said...

Thinking Pink is a great cause and the awareness of this special month is enhanced by your creativity!

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