In this class we will make a tri-shutter card which looks so much more difficult than it is. The card itself only takes minutes to make but the embellishing and covering it with paper is what takes all the time because you want to coordinate the colors just right. I used leftover paper from the first mini album we made, the policy envelope album because I had a lot of little pieces left from that project and this only requires small pieces of DSP to cover the card sections. I will bring my daisy punches if you want to learn how to make the daisy on the card as well.
Supplies needed for this class:
Martha Stewart Scoring Board and bone folder
Roller adhesive, a sheet of foam adhesive dots / penny sized
A stylus set and a pair of tweezers if you want to make the daisy
A bottle of Glossy Accents
1/4 inch Scor-tape or other two sided permanent tape
Designer scrapbook paper to cover the card with
If you would like to take this class, please send me an email indicating that to firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, May 12 at the latest.