Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Hello Kitty Thank You Card

I was gifted some Hello Kitty fabric recently so wondered how could I make a thank you card. Each fabric had a "scene" that could be used so this is what was made using the fabric. Finished card size is A2.  A Red card stock base with a white mat, then a small pink decorative pattern mat used for the card. Lawn Fawn Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables die used for the small pink decorative mat.
1-1/2" chipboard squares are used for each "scene".  Since these were fabric, Beacon's Fabric Tac adhesive used to adhere them onto the white card base.
"Thanks" die cut twice, with the white card stock off set.
Side view of card:
Here's how the squares were made: cut the 1-1/2" chipboard square.  Cut the fabric slightly larger.
Add sticky tape around the fabric edges:
Remove sticky tape, clip the corner to avoid the bulkiness of the fabric:
Here's the result:
Thank you for visiting today.


Lynn said...

Very cool use of a sweet fabric! I am inspired to revisit my fabric stash. Thanks!

koala said...

What a WONDERFUL IDEA !!! and SUPER CUTE !!! (^o^)/"""
I also love to use fabric for making a card !!!
SUPER LOVELY !!! (^o^)/"""

Patti, thanks a lot for your sweet heart, and very looking forward to see you in November !!! (^o^)/"""