Sending You a Big Hug Card
By Debbie Samples
Designer Tip: Frame the Pop-Out with holographic paper to really make it POP.
- Card front: Use a Frame Pop-Out Die-Cut card for your base. Cover the left front panel with Honeysuckle border paper, with the border on the left. Cover the right panel with Honeysuckle gray paper.
- Place a Pink Jewel Border Dazzles™ around all the outer edges. Back a small and medium bee using Gold Ripple holographic paper for the bodies, and vellum for the wings. Cut close to the Dazzles™ edge. Foam tape over the bees in the border. Place small flower Dazzles™ on the vine. Back a small beehive Dazzles™ with Gold Sparkles holographic paper. Cut close to the Dazzles™ edge. Foam tape on the bottom right panel. Place the sentiment Dazzles™ on a 2 3/8”x2 1/8” vellum. Mat on pink heart holographic paper with 1/16” borders. Place a small flower Dazzles™ in each corner. Place the mini bees as shown.
- Card inside: Glue a 3/8”x6” pink hearts holographic paper on the spine of the card. Trace and cut the front frame on Honeysuckle gray paper. Mat on pink heart holographic paper with 1/16” borders. Back the large beehive Dazzles™ with gold sparkle holographic paper. Cut close to the Dazzles™ edge. Back the leaves with green circles holographic paper. Foam tape to the gray frame. Back a medium and small bee with vellum and gold ripple as in step #2. Glue the small bee above the hive. Shape the wings of the medium bee, and foam tape the body on the right side. Place the word Dazzles™ as shown. Glue to the card frame. Place the pink jewel border Dazzles™ on the top and bottom of the frame. Place small flower Dazzles™ as shown.
- Cut two 3”x6” Honeysuckle multi-color flower papers. Glue to the outside panels. Cut two 2¾”x6” Honeysuckle multi-color flower papers. Slip in place under the frame, and turn the card over. Trace the opening on each piece. Cut, and glue in place. Back the two honeycomb border Dazzles™ with pink heart holographic paper. Cut close to the Dazzles™ edge. Foam tape on the left and right outer edges. Back two small bees as in step #2, and foam tape on the honeycomb border.