- Make an A2 card base.
- Stamp airplane.
- Adhere canvas tag.
- Add chipboard letters.
- Corner round the edges.
- Add faux stitching.
Hey there, Bleeps! Happy Friday Eve! Today, I'm sharing a card with you I made during my adventure on the Splitcoaststampers.com design team. Some people have asked about the inserts of the alphabet letters, such as in the letter a, e, o, p, b, d, etc. I sometimes keep them filled as a personal preference. No, I did not forget to remove the inserts. This is just a way I like to use the alphabet letters. There is no rule. You can keep your inserts included or take them out. I like them inserted some times because you can still see the definition of the letters to make them out and it adds a different texture.
By the way, for those of you who leave questions in the comments on my blog, please leave your e-mail or some way for me to respond to you. If you are leaving a comment as Anonymous, then there is no way I can directly respond. These options; however, will be changing in the near future, but for now I just wanted those who like to ask questions to know that I love responding, but get to a dead end when there is no return method of communication.
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoy your day!
Stamps :: Marah Johnson - jet plane
Ink :: SU! - white; Uniball - white gel pen
Paper :: PTI - kraft
Embellishments :: Making Memories - canvas tag (passport collection); Basic Grey - chipboard alphabet letters
Tools :: We R Memory Keepers - corner chomper