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Home Tweet Home Card

Gail Booth

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Home Tweet Home Card
By Gail Booth

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Designer Tip: Place your Dazzles on patterned paper, then chalk the image before cutting out, for added impact.



  1. Place your card with the fold at the top. Cover with tan/ivory squares paper. Using sponge, ink edges brown. Place 6 1/2"x1 1/4" ivory stripe paper on lower edge. Place 6 1/2"x7/8" brown glimmer paper on lower edge.
  2. Place a 3/4" length of fencing Dazzles on left side of stripe paper, and a 3" length on right. Back these Dazzles with ivory marble paper: large and small birdhouses with posts, large and small flying birds, large seated bird, flying butterfly, and 2 flowers with stems. Chalk the paper backed Dazzles as shown and trim around edges.
  3. Cut out two yellow texture tags (cutting 3/4" off one end of the rounded ends tag) and ink edges. Cut out one large burlap tag and use as a template to trace onto tan/ivory squares paper. Cut out, ink edges and mat on brown glimmer paper with 1/16" border. Place "Home Tweet Home" on tags. Glue right ends together at upper right corner of card, and foam tape other ends. Place flower/leaf motif Dazzles on tag ends and small flowers on tags. Foam tape birds, butterfly and flowers as shown. Place other butterfly and heart Dazzles on card. Tie a bow with 6" of 1/8" yellow grosgrain ribbon and Zot onto post as shown.
  4. For the inside: Place 6 1/2"x1 1/4" stripe paper 1/2" from lower edge. Journal "Happy Housewarming!" on 3"x3/4" tan paper, ink edges and mat on brown with 1/8" border. Place as shown. Back a flower/leaf Dazzles with tan, and place as shown. Place small birdhouse, bird and heart Dazzles as shown.

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