Monday, 11 November 2013

Project Club - November 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.

This months project club has come around a little too quick for my liking, it's nearly Christmas and I still have loads to do.  The stamps this month are a really good mixture and I have tried to show that they can be used not just for Christmas but for any everyday occasion.  
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 the main card for this month
Using the coloured card cut two pieces so they measure 21cm x 6.5cm.  Using the white card cut two pieces so they measure 21cm x 5.5cm.
Using the coloured card trim one piece so it measures 20.5cm x 6.5cm.  Using the picture below mark off your centre point on the back of the card.
Now cut from the outside edge to the centre point to make the pennant shape.
Using the white card trim one piece so it measures 19.5cm x 5.5cm.  Using the picture below mark off your centre point on the back of the card.
Now cut from the outside edge to the centre point to make the pennant shape.
Using this piece of card, stamp the Christmas Wishes text at the top using the black ink.  Stamp the soldier making sure you leave a gap between him and the text to add the ribbon later.  Using the other piece of white card (21cm x 5.5cm) stamp the images down the panel.
Colour both the pennant and the panel.
Cut a piece of ribbon so it fits across the pennant under the text, leaving the rest of the ribbon for the knot.  Attach using the double sided tape to back of each piece.  Matt both the pennant and the panel to the coloured pieces of cut card using double sided tape.
Open up the card base and measure from the centre fold 7.5cm, trim this off leaving a front panel 7.5cm wide. 
 Using double sided tape attach both panels to the front of the card.  To finish tie a knot onto the ribbon and trim the ends.
Happy crafting, Jackie J

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