Thursday, November 12

Join me for a Potluck

Good evening!

I am hosting this weeks Friday Potluck Challenge over on Stamp TV. My challenge for everyone is to make a Card on Card.

All the images on the card are from Gina K's Holiday Cheer and are either colored with copics or heat embossed with gold ep. The sentiments are from Festive Frames and are stamped on White pl paper with tuxedo black ink. I used three different spellbinder's labels to cut out the images and sentiments, Labels, 3, 5, and 6.

Let's talk about how I assembled the card...I started out with a Always Artichoke cs cut to 5 1/2" x 10 1/8", scored it at 4 1/8" and again at 8 3/8". This piece is the base card. The second card is a piece of Cranberry Tart cs cut 3 1/2" x 6 1/2". I scored this piece in half at 3 1/4".

Before attaching the smaller card onto the base card I added some dp from Basic Gray's Wassail pack to the small flap on the base card. This is the flap that I attached the smaller card to.

Before I covered the rest of the card in Wassail paper, I took about an 18" piece of ribbon and attached it to the very back of the base card. I cut a small slit in the fold line of the smaller card and threaded the ribbon through it. I punch a small slot on the other edge of the from of the small card and threaded the ribbon through that slot so now the ribbon is wrapped around the card and can be tied on the side to keep the card closed.

This is a view of the card fully open with the images and sentiments added.

I hope you will join me in the potluck challenge. I would love to see what type of card on card you create! If you do join me be sure to add your creation to the Stamp TV gallery using the tag STVPF39.
Have a great a great rest of your evening!

Card Supplies:
Stamps: Festive Frames, Holiday Cheer
Ink: Versamark, Tuxedo Black
Paper: Always Artichoke, Cranberrry Tart, White pl, Basic Gray - Wassail
Accessories: Copics, Ribbon, Clear Sakura Glitter Pen, Pearls, Spellbinders - Labels 3, 5, 6, Clear Glaze Pen


Theresa said...

What a beautiful card! I will have to study awhile to be able to make. Thanks for Challenge. Please stop by blog...I have a gift for you that you really deserve for such a great blog.

chercroppin said...

Good morning Sharri! This is just lovely....awesome papers, colors, and that image is gorgeous! Great job on this tri-fold card hun!

Jessica said...

Great challenge, Sharri! I LOVE it!!