Today I have another card featuring the new Chevron Border Punch from Stampin’ Up! In yesterday’s post, I shared a Chevron birthday card using a punched cardstock strip – basically the “negative” of the punch.
Here, I’ve used the actual “punched out” part to create a fun chevron path to a cute little “hi”. The greeting was stamped using the Notable Alphabet stamp set and cropped using a circle punch.
After punching out the chevron pieces, they are simply glued directly to the card front. I used a ruler and my grid paper to ensure they were in a straight line, however I just “eyeballed” the distance between them.
The tiny scallop border at the bottom of the card is actually adhered to the inside of the card. It lends a nice touch to the inside, while still adding a design element to the card when it’s closed.
This card is quick and easy to create and perfect for sending a quick note to someone to just say hi. I’ve already prepped mine for Operation Write Home for one of our heroes to send.
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Today's project featured the following Stampin' Up! products:
Stamps: Notable Alphabet (Wood-132047, Clear-126357)
Ink: Pumpkin Pie (126945)
Paper: Basic Gray (121044), Real Red (102482), Pumpkin Pie (105117), Whisper White (100730)
Tools: Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch (119275), Chevron Border Punch (132154), 1-3/8” Circle Punch (119860)
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