Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Asian Wrapping Paper Card

The Wrapping paper Bitty Book turned out really well (posted Monday, August 16, 2010). I had some left over pieces of the wrapping paper - I couldn't bear to throw it out so I made this card. Thank you again, Gail for this great paper!

I needed to emboss the Asian Word (Long Life) in the corner - it worked. YOU can emboss wrapping paper just like you would any other kind of paper. Pop the whole section up with dimensionals.
A close-up of the Fan: Gold Adhesive Rhinestones and Gold Glow Smooch Spritz. The Gold tassel is made by wrapping the cords around a few times, then tied. Adhere under the end of the fan with a Mini Glue Dot. Curious about the Fan embellishment? It's from the Cricut Pagoda Cartridge (size: 2"). I did trim the fan down so the black would be slightly exposed.

Here's a close-up of the scroll corner - adhered by using the 2 Way Glue Pen

Card inside has the scroll corners and message:

  • Stamps: non SU
  • CS: Black, Cherry Cobbler, Kraft, Gold (non SU)
  • Ink: Black, Versamark
  • Accys: Scroll photo corners (non SU), Gold Adhesive Rhinestones (non SU), Gold Cord (non SI), Dimensionals, Gold Glow Smooch Spritz, 2 Way Glue Pen, Mini Glue Dot, Gold Embossing Powder.

Thank you for stopping by today..........................


- - Sheryl - - said...

love the fan - which cart is that from?

Sonia E. said...

Love the card. You certainly go the extra mile with the corner scrolls on the inside of the card.

Rhonda Miller said...

This is gorgeous. I just love the fan. TFS.

Whimcees said...

Hello Patti!

Everything you have created this week is so beautiful! I love them all!

I will try to write soon. Wishing you a lovely day today!


Barbara Diane

Creations by Patti said...

Hey Sheryl

The cart used is Pagoda cut at 2"


Happy Little Crafter said...

LOVE this card --- and I have the Pagoda cartridge, too! I'm off to do my Happy Dance and MANY thanks for the inspiration!

Lola said...

Charmingly! Wonderfully! It is delightful! Always I admire your fine works! They are fine!