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How To Make A Card With A Matching Envelope
by Steph Ackerman

How To Make A Card With A Matching Envelope<br/><small> by Steph Ackerman</small> | Rinea
Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today using an assortment of foiled papers and die cut elements to create a funny card today.

Cardmaking Using Rinea Foiled Paper

I had a new die set I wanted to play with so I pulled out a variety of purple papers and started to create.  Since the die came in a variety of layers, I die cut each layer in a different color.  The base was die cut from Gold/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper.  The middle layer was die cut with Violet/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper and the top layer was die cut with Lavender Starstruck Foiled Paper.

I created a criss-cross card from layers of Bazzill purple cardstocks and adhered the foiled panel to the center.  I used a Crackerbox/SoSuzy stamp, stamping it on white cardstock and then die cutting it into an oval shape to fit within the shape of the foiled elements.  Dewdrops were added to the panel.

Finally, I created a card insert from the same cardstocks and stamped this funny Crackerbox/SoSuzy stamp on a white panel. This turned out to be a great card insert when taken in context with the other stamp.

Who wouldn't get a good laugh from this card?

Cardmaking Using Rinea Foiled Paper

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