Here is another card from our stamp a stack. The base is Basic Gray card stock cut 4 1/4" x 5 1/2". The second layer of Whisper White card stock was cut 4"x 5 1/4", embossed using the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder and attached to the card base. Next cut a piece of 3"x 4" Basic Gray card stock and finish the bottom edge with the punch or die of your choice. Do Not attach it to the white piece of card stock yet. Tip: If you choose to use the Tasteful Trim Big Shot die you will need to have two pieces of gray, cut about 1 1/2" x 4". Run one through the Big Shot and attach it to the other piece along the bottom edge with Sticky Strip. Now, I get to write my new favorite word, Twitterpated... Cut a piece of Twitterpated DSP 1 1/2" x 3 3/4" and attach to the top half of your gray card stock, making sure to leave a frame of gray on the top and sides. Take a piece of Riding Hood Red Pleated Satin Ribbon and attach over the seam between your two gray pieces or your DSP bottom edge, wrap your ribbon around the side edges and attach the ribbon ends to the back of the gray piece. Now, attach the gray layer to your embossed white layer; mine is in the middle. Stamp the cupid from the P.S. I Love You stamp set on Whisper White card stock, punch out the stamped image using the Extra Large Oval punch and mount it to a piece of Riding Hood Red card stock which has been run through the Oval Designer Frame embossing folder and hand cut around the outside. Stamp the text frame from the P. S. I Love You stamp set in Riding Hood Red on Whisper White card stock, stamp your greeting in Basic Black in the center of your frame and punch it out using Modern Label punch. Frances used Large Pearl Basic Jewels from the Occasions Mini to finish off her greeting. The mounted cupid and the greeting are attached with dimensionals. Didn't Frances do a great job with this card? We hope you have enjoyed it.
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