May 7, 2018

You're so sweet!



Kathleen here today with a cute and easy card that can be used for almost any occasion.  The card measures 6 x 5.25".   I used a die from Elizabeth Craft Designs 1063 - Fitted Frames 3 - Curvy Rectangles and cut with white cardstock.  I colored the second largest frame with a black Copic Marker.


Next, I used a die set from Elizabeth Craft Designs 1149 - Strawberries 

Elizabeth Craft Designs - Strawberries
I cut one large leaf pc. from green cardstock and I cut two of the smaller strawberry pcs. and one large strawberry from white cardstock and colored with red ink.  The silhouette pcs. were cut with yellow cardstock. Glue the red strawberries to the yellow silhouette pcs.
I used a printed cardstock I had in my stash for the card base and the background for the strawberries.
Next I cut a pc. of black cardstock 4 x 5.25" and adhered it to the card base centered.  Then I adhered the white "curvy rectangle" to the black rectangle which also measures 4 x 5.25" Then adhered the second largest frame that I colored black. 
I cut a rectangle from the same printed cardstock that measures 3 x 4.25". Glue the 3rd largest "curvy rectangle to this printed one and adhere it to the stack.  I colored the tiny circles that fit into the corners of this layer yellow and glued them back into the corners of this layer.
I gave the assembled strawberries a little bit of a curve by shaping with my thumbs. Next I added the large trio leaf pc. to the card and then the strawberries.  I added the little white flowers I had in my stash and put two more of the circles I colored yellow to the center of the flowers.  Add a sentiment of your choice and that's it!

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