Woven Heirlooms Shaped Card for Make My Monday

Woven Heirlooms Shaped Card by Stampin' Up!

Caz is the host for our first challenge of the year at Make My Monday and she has chosen “Anything But Square.” Fun, right? I had bought the Creative Expressions Sue Wilson Belgian Collection Dies quite a while back so thought it was high time to break those beauties out! Once I had the card ready to assemble, I thought this card would make a great sympathy card (my most difficult card to make), so the beautiful sentiment from Woven Heirlooms was heat embossed in copper embossing powder.

 

Woven Heirlooms Shaped Card by Stampin' Up!

 

My Secrets to Making This Woven Heirlooms Project

  • First, I just cut out the largest die (which is the outline, not the one with intricate cuts) in Very Vanilla twice for the front and back of the card.
  • Then Copper Foil Sheets cardstock was cut out with the same outline die.
  • The intricate die was used to cut two pieces of Very Vanilla cardstock, then one of them was used to cut the center out with the smaller outline die.
  • Taking the Very Vanilla piece with the intricate cuts, I heat embossed the sentiment with copper embossing powder.
  • The new Petal Pink 1/4″ Metallic-Edge Ribbon was used to make a loopy bow (no knots!), secured into place with glue dots. The small flower from Free As A Bird was stamped and heat embossed with copper embossing powder. The edges were curled up before adhering with a glue dot.
  • The finished touch was adding the Champagne Rhinestones to the flower’s center and around the the corners of the card.

Woven Heirlooms Shaped Card by Stampin' Up! Woven Heirlooms Shaped Card by Stampin' Up!

 

Inside of the Card

Are you wondering how the card opens? All I did was score the back piece of cardstock at 1/4″ and used Tear n’ Tape to adhere it to the front panel.

 

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9 Comments

  1. beautiful simple Sympathy card in a wonderful die cut

  2. Such a beautiful card, fabulous shape and a lovely sentiment.
    Thank you for playing along at Sweet Stampin’ this week.
    x

  3. Hi Debbie
    I love this card! Do you have a link to the dies?

  4. This card is absolutely gorgeous !

  5. a very elegant card, teamie!

    hugs and kisses from germany
    silvi

  6. Debbie that is so beautiful. I agree that sympathy cards are difficult but this really does it so beautifully. Love Dawn x

  7. Debbie,

    Your card is spectacular. At first I thought it was a fancy frame with an inspiring sentiment.

    Great card to inspire others for MMM challenge! Nothing square about this card!

    Your Design Team Pal,

    Janeen
    https://www.demidoodle.com/

  8. Lovely card. Beautiful die cut frame. Thanks for joining us at International Art & Soul. Good luck, Maggie, DT

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