Thursday, June 11, 2015

Screen Card Instructions and Weekly Deals

New Weekly Deals --
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Recently I've been making some screen cards and everyone who has seen them seems to want to know how to make them.  They're really quite easy, once you have the measurements.  Here's a sample of the first one I made:
And in another color...
Stamps:  Everything Eleanor, Petite Petals, Petite Pairs
Punches:  Decorative Label, Petite Petals, Large Oval, Scallop Oval, Bitty Butterfly, (Eyelet Border Punch - retired)
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You can make either 3-panel or 4-panel sizes.  I chose to make the 4-panel.  You can vary the size, but I wanted to be sure that the final size would fit into a standard A2 envelope.


·        Cut cardstock 11” x 5-1/2” (or 5-3/4” if you’re using a punch at the top that cuts some off).
·        Score on the long edge at 2-3/4”, 5-1/2”, and 8-1/4”.

·        Punch across the top with a decorative punch.  (I used the Hearts Border Punch on this card.)
·        Using the Decorative Label Punch, insert halfway up on the bottom of your cardstock and punch.  Punch one layer at a time, lining up the previously punched panel with the next one to make sure they are even.
·        Cut four back panels at 4-1/4” by 2-1/2” (adjusting size as needed).
·        Cut four Whisper White panels at 4-1/8” by 2-3/8”.
·        Decorate/stamp white panels as desired.
·        Layer onto back panels.
·        Layer onto screen card with strong adhesive like Fast Fuse.

I used the Sheltering Tree stamp to make this card.  I think that's my favorite stamp set right now!
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 Until next time...
Jayne Stenstrom
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