Wednesday, August 29, 2007

CK Make and Take

Here's a picture of the make and take that we offered at the booth at the Creating Keepsakes convention last weekend. This is a very simple 3x3 card. It would make a great card to go with a small gift or as a thank you to a friend who did something special for you.

To make this card:

1. Cut a 3" x 6" piece of cardstock and fold in half -- in this sample, I used the brown from the Mimi collection.

2. Cut a 2" x 3" piece of patterned paper (again Mimi here -- I love the pink, green and brown combination in this paper pack!).

3. Cut a 1 3/8" x 3" piece of ivory cardstock.

4. Stamp the stitches and saying from Running Stitches and More Abundance with Burnt Umber Ink. For the convention, I cut the running stitches stamp into two 3" pieces and put those pieces with the two sayings from the More Abundance sets on one 3x3 acrylic making it easy for everyone to stamp their card just once. When I want to use the running stitches stamp again, all I have to do is line up the cut edges of the rubber on a long block -- the stamp is really 8" long. You may also want to ink the edge of your patterned cardstock. Glue all of the layers together.

5. Tie a plain knot in the center of a 6" piece of ribbon.

6. Pinch the two tails of the ribbon together and thread through the center of a Bitty Blossom. Use a glue dot to attach the flower to the upper right part of the card.

Tomorrow I will show you how you can take this idea one step further and turn it into an embellishment for your scrapbook page.


Jennifer Carter said...

I love this Jen!! No wonder you ran out of projects every day! Great job!

Sarah said...

I got to make one of these! It was a great make 'n take. :)

stampingranny said...

Such a sweet card! TMF! Deb

Trudy Osborn said...

This MnT is AWESOME!!! I can also see why you ran out. I wish I could have been there. BOOO HOOO

miranda said...

Thank you so much for the mnt at CKC in Tulsa, I enjoyed your booth. I was with the K.I.S.S scrapbook event bus group.
Miranda Douglas
Joplin MO.