Wrapped Parcel Card version 2

These cards are stepped-up versions of the previous card, to show you how easy it is to make a simple card just a bit fancier!

Before cutting the DSP, use a foam brayer or sponge to colour the white dots with ink to match the cardstock.

Cut the DSP at ¾” (2cm) and 1 ¼” (3cm).

Glue DSP to each corner of the coloured cardstock layer leaving a small border around the edge. Glue the cardstock layer to the card base.

Stamp your sentiment on the piece of Whisper White card. Use a punch to cut out your sentiment, and trim the excess from top and bottom.  I used the Everyday Label punch.  See photos below.

Punch a second shape from matching cardstock and glue the sentiment on top, leaving a small amount showing at one side. Trim the excess from top and bottom to leave a coloured border.

Stamp one of the bow images using matching/coordinating ink onto Whisper White card and punch out.

Punch a second bow from matching cardstock. Cut the bow as shown in the photo and glue the coloured card bow to the back of the stamped bow to leave a coloured border.

Stick the sentiment and bow to the card front using foam dimensionals

Bow disassembled
Bow assembled
Bow assembled front
Bow with dimensionals
Brayer DSP
Tag sliced top
Tag sliced layered
Tag sliced layered cut
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