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I had a couple of my customers as me to teach them how to make a card like the one above.  How do you get the flowers to line up perfectly on two different pieces of paper.  There is a little, very easy, trick to get that look. 

You are going to put just a tiny bit of snail adhesive on the back of the little piece of white paper.  Then you are going to tap your finger on the adhesive so you get rid of some of the stickiness.  You want the little piece to stick, but not permanently.  You can then stamp your card as if it was one solid piece of paper.  If you don't get around the edges between the two pieces of paper , do not worry because they black piece of paper will hid it.  Yay!

To make this card you will need the following items:

Basic Black Card Stock #121045

  • cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" score at 4 1/4"
  • cut at 3" x 4 1/4"

Whisper White Card Stock #100730

  • cut 2 at 4" x 5 1/4"
  • cut at 2 3/4" x 4"

I stamped the flowers first and then my sentiment, but you can do it sentiment first if you would like.  I wrapped the ribbon around the small black piece and added dimensionals to pop it up. 

I also stamped a flower on the inside of the card and on the envelope. 

Thank you for stopping by today!  Have a wonderful day!

Happy Stampin!


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