Friday, April 24, 2009

Can You Make a Card with That?!

I was looking at my Perfectly Shaped pages, which are made from chipboard, and wondering...if I could turn one into a card. Well, turns out I could!

I attached paper to the front and back of the Perfectly Shaped page, which required some fast work with a craft knife. I used some Scenic Route paper for the front and some plain red cardstock for the back. Then I used a MOSD Stacker collection for the "title." I attached the acetate strip to the front of the card with some brads. I stamped "you & me" with a with some Staz-on ink.

To make the chipboard page into a card, I cut a piece of printed cardstock to size, then scored it at 1/2" from the top. I used a tape runner to attach that scored flap to the back of the chipboard page, thus making a hinge. And TA-DA, a card!

I added a photo of my friend Beverly and me, which covered up the ends of the brads, and a sentiment to the inside. Now, this card is ready to go!

What interesting thing have you made lately with MOSD products?

1 comment:

Robin said...

What a cute idea for a card!! TFS!