Thursday, 19 September 2013

Project Club - September 2013 ≈ Main Card ≈

Originally this post was from the Dimension Stamps Project Club.  Now the name has change to Nina Crafts, so I thought putting all the posts together would be better and easier to find things.

The theme for this months project club from Dimension Stamps is the casino, very useful set of stamps.  If you would like to have a look at the range of project club stamps or would even like to join the club visit the Dimension Stamps website for more details.

This is this months main card
Using the coloured card in your pack cut using the sizes from the picture below, I thought this would be easier than trying to explain them.  Dust all the pieces with the anti-static bag.
Place the longest of the cut strips in front of you horizontally, the shortest cut strip placed vertically.  Use the VersaMark and stamp the text, symbols etc. randomly across the card.  See picture below.  Add the gold embossing powder and heat emboss.  Stamp the slot machine panel using VersaMark across the middle of the rectangle piece of coloured card.  Stamp again on the top and bottom of the card, see picture again for details.  Add the gold embossing powder and heat emboss.
Use the cream piece of card and VersaMark to stamp the diamond section of the slot machine panel stamp, three times and the hand of cards once.  Add the gold embossing powder and heat emboss, then cut out.  I had to stamp an extra one, you can see in the picture I'd made a mess of one of the diamonds.
Using double sided tape attach the longest stamped panel across the top of the base card leaving a 1.5cm gap.
Using double sided tape attach the shortest stamped panel down the side of the base card leaving a 1.5cm gap.
Using double sided tape attach the rectangle slot machine centrally in the gap.
Using foam tape or pads attach the hand of cards and the diamond sections to the card front.  Using the ribbon make a bow and attach just under the hand of cards using a sticky dot or silicone glue.  To finish add the gems to each of the corners.
Happy crafting, Jackie J

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