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Congratulations!

Susan Cobb

Congratulations!
By Susan Cobb


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Designer Tip: It's really fun to mix the white and silver snowflakes together! Layer them and embellish with blue jewel stickers for a pretty look.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Card front: Place your card with the fold on top. Cover the left 3 1/2" of the card front with Fresh Frost light blue dot paper. Cover the right 3 1/4" of the card front with Fresh Frost dark blue textured paper. Cut a 6"x1" Fresh Frost tan/blue snowflakes paper and ink the edges with Chambray ink. Cut in half and glue one piece centered at the right edge, and the other piece centered at the left edge. Ink the edges of the card with Chambray ink.
  2. Use the template to trace a Bracket Label shape onto Fresh Frost blue striped paper. Cut it out and ink the edges with Chambray ink. Mat on Fresh Frost tan/white dot paper with 1/8" border. Ink the edges with Chambray ink. Glue centered on the card front.
  3. Add silver corner Dazzles to the corners of the card front. Add "Congratulations!" sticker to the lower right portion of the Fresh Frost dark blue paper. Add white and silver snowflake Dazzles to the striped label and paper surrounding the label as shown. Layer some smaller snowflakes together, combining white and silver. Embellish with blue jewel Dazzles and snowflake "innies" as desired. Use 3/4" wide tan crepe ribbon to tie a bow. Zot the bow to the upper left edge of the striped label.
  4. Ink the edges of a 3 3/4"x3" Fresh Frost tan/blue snowflakes paper with Chambray ink. Glue centered to the inside, 3/4" from the bottom. Use the template to trace a Vintage Sign shape onto Fresh Frost blue striped paper, then cut it out. Ink the edges and glue it centered to the snowflakes paper. Add "celebrate!" word Dazzles to the right side of the label and place small snowflakes as shown. Embellish the snowflakes with smaller snowflakes and blue Jewel Dazzles. Zot knotted tan ribbon near the label as shown. Ink the edges of the inside with Chambray ink and let dry.

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