Spring cards by Stephanie Ackerman

By | April 10, 2011

Spring cards by Stephanie Ackerman

 

Creating a set of spring cards is fun and easy with a few products from the store.  Using just two sheets of cardstock, one sheet of double sided pattern paper, one set of rub-ons and some brads, you can create this set quickly and easily.

The larger cards start with a pre-made card, while the smaller card was created from cardstock (5 ½” x 11”) and then folded in half.

 

Supplies:

Cardstock: White

Cardstock: Green

Pattern paper: Reminisce

Brads: Creative Impressions

Rub-ons:  Spring

 

 

Spring Card (vertical)

Cut green cardstock to fit card front.

Cut pattern paper slightly smaller – use striped side.

Cut a strip of green cardstock 2” x 6 ½”.

Cut a strip of pattern paper slightly smaller – use clover side.

Rub words onto white cardstock and cut into a square.

Ink edges.

Mat with green cardstock.

Assemble card.

 

 

Enjoy Spring Card (square)

Cut green cardstock to 4 ½” x 4 ½”

Cut pattern paper slightly smaller – use striped side.

Cut a strip of pattern paper 2” x 2 ½” – use clover side.

Mat with green cardstock.

Rub words onto white cardstock and cut into a strip.

Ink edges.

Mat with green cardstock.

Add to card front with brads.

Assemble card.

 

Spring Card (horizontal)

Cut green cardstock to fit card front

Cut pattern paper slightly smaller – use clover side.

Cut green cardstock 4” x 4 ¾”.

Cut striped paper slightly smaller.

Cut green cardstock 1” x 4 ¾”.

Cut white cardstock slightly smaller.

Rub words onto white cardstock and cut into a square.

Ink edges.

Mat with green cardstock.

Add to card front with brads.

Assemble card.

 

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