Saturday, June 26, 2010

Ju Kneipp: Under the sun hybrid card

Hello peeps.... I thought I'd share how I made this hybrid card...

I used:

-cardstock or photo paper
- printer (of course hehehe)
-adhesive (glue, double-sided tape and foam tape
-twine
-trimmer or scissors (whichever you have)
-cutter and cutting mat (optional if you have a super duper nice fine tipped scissors)
- bone folder (for scoring purposes)
- ruler
The digital kit I used is UNDER THE SUN by Ju Kneipp Designs (available HERE and HERE)


















Step-by-step (really simple!!):

1. Prepare your base in a 4.25x5.25 document in your editing software. Choose elements you'd like to use. Resize as needed, depends how you like it. I printed mine on an A4 sized cardstock. If you have a very nice photo paper, that would be super cool. Unfortunately my printer is not inkjet so... sad me hehehe













2. Cut and fold your card in half.... as seen here...(never mind my tortured cutting mat lol!)


















3. Cut all the printed elements. 














4. Use double-sided tape or glue to adhere your elements to the cardbase.
I also used foam tape for added dimension...














5. Layer the yellow flowers as seen below... curl the edges using a ballpen or the tip of a paintbrush :)













6. I tied a brown twine to the red flower with button...













curl the twine as well if you like...












7. Layer everything else and add the cutout love sentiment (I opted to use just the love wordart )..
Voila...you finished your card! :)





Hope you liked it!
Happy crafting! :D











Hugs to all,
Donna
Pin It!

4 Comments:

~*Joni said...

Ack! You silly goose, really? You're not done with hybrid!! Your work is too awesome! :D Love this flower, love the curled edges. I went to a scrapbook convention yesterday and oohed and ahhed over everything!! Wonderful card D!!

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [26 Jun 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Alby said...

Beautiful! Thanks for the step by step instructions. :D

Donna E. said...

lol @joni! you crack me up girl! :D

@alby- thanks kapatid! :)

Related Posts with Thumbnails