Regal in Red: Nancy’s View
Dancing the Night Away
By Nancy Thaut, Artistic Guide
Finished Card Size: 5.5” x 4.25”
Dancers [unknown (no name on wood)]
Blush 6x6 paper pad Lost & Found [My Mind’sEye]
Japanese Origami paper [Daiso]
Red paper [stash]
Crimson Red Versafine [Tsukineko]
Fancy Tags Two [Spellbinders]
Oval Die-cut [NellieSnellen]
Daisy Floral Punch [EK Success]
Rhinestone Trios [Queen & Co.]
Metal hearts [stash]
Red ribbon [stash]
Clear super fine embossing powder [Ranger]
Adhesive of choice
- I first ran the fancy tag and origami paper through the Cuttlebug. I left the die-cut attached until after I stamped the image. I embossed after removing the die-cut from the paper. I ran the oval die-cut and red paper through the Cuttlebug and glued the two pieces together. (You’ll notice some puffiness around the dancers. Once the glue dried, this puffiness was gone as seen on the finished card.)
- I cut the small polka dot paper 4” x 5.25”. Trying to line up the focal piece on the paper and ribbon just wasn’t working for me so I attached the focal piece directly to the ribbon with pop dots and then adjusted the two of them to the polka dot paper and then attached that to the red card base.
- I punched out the row of flowers and added rhinestone and adhered to the card. Lastly I adhered the two hearts.
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