This weeks theme for SSD's DT was a cartridge that started with the first letter of our name (or middle name in some cases, like mine) that hadn't been used on SSD. What a great way to showcase some of the other cartridges! Aside from using a cartridge not yet used on SSD's blog, I also wanted to do something that I haven't seen done here. When I'm looking for something new, my "go to" place is always Split coast stampers. I loved their tutorial for the Big Buckle card found here.
Since I don't have the punch used on SPS, I used my expression and gypsy. I used George and cut a yellow sheet at 5.5 X 7 with a 1.5 inch oval shape that I moved to fit my needs. I also cut a patterned piece of paper at 5.25 X 4.0 with the oval shape at 1.5.
I scored it at 4.25. I cut a piece of yellow card stock at 5.5 X 1.25, which I scored at 3.5. I cut a piece of patterned paper at 5.25 X 1.0, which I did not score. I folded it following the score of the yellow paper.
I used double sided tape on both sides of the 5.5 X 1.5 piece.
I decided to add another sheet of dark pink and cut it just under 5.5 X4.25 and layered them together and attached them to the yellow card on 3 sides... leaving the outside right open.
I then took my long thin piece of paper (already layered) and aligned it from the inside buckle hole to the where it would attach to underneath my layered cardstock.
Once I was happy with the placement I tucked it underneath my layers and glued it down.
I cut the flowered heart at 2.25 with it's layer. While that cut is cute on it's own, I like to do something to jazz it up a bit. I made 2 of the same card and decorated the flowered heart differently. The first one I used flower soft on. I also added green stickles for the leaves since I don't have green flower soft ~ yet! lol
For the other card, I used stickles on the flowered heart. I also used my viva decor violet pearl pen, it dried puffed up while the stickles dry flat.
Thanks for looking!
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