Shaped Card

Monday is here and it’s time for the Emily’s Shaped Card challenge over the BBTB2. I decided to make a sun shaped card and use a regular image from the Folk Art Festival cartridge.
sunIt’s is just layered regular image, but after few moves I got a card base and all the layers.
First I set the size of the card. Then I separated all the layers and made a copy of the bottom one for the card base, and increased its size a 1/4 inch.
3 4Then I attached  the base layers to each other and weld it.
5As I planed to have a circle window on the front of my card, I chose these kind of circles from the Days And Dates cartridge and set their size to 3″.
sun 3One of them I used to make a window on the one part of the base by placing it on the front of welded base, attached and welded again.
9 11Here is ready to cut image.
12And then just cut all the layers and adhered them in one card.
IMG_3963For the inside part
IMG_3961For the top
Valentyna, Shaped Birthday 1I don’t have space for the sentiment on the top of a card, that’s way I put it on the back
Valentyna, Shaped Birthday 2Yes, to make a frame I draw lines with Sakura White Gell pen.
Entering this card into Simon Says Get in Shape!
And Time Out challenge Nature.
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7 thoughts on “Shaped Card

  1. Caroline says:

    Oh my goodness, do I love this card!! I love the different layers that you created and the round “window” to peek through to the inside layer. Very fabulous!

  2. Susan says:

    This shaped card is STUNNING, Valentyna. I love that you provided a tutorial for those who do not know how to weld and subtract. I am going to miss you SO MUCH on the design team. Your work is truly outstanding and you can come back ANYTIME you want to!!!

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