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In & Out of Studio 3D
Wednesday, 13 January 2010
Front Door
Topic: Collage

Sometimes I wonder if I ever send a Christmas card with salvaged parts back to the person who sent the original to me? If so, I hope they enjoy the transformation!

I bet by now you could recite the steps and parts that make up this card. Try it and test yourself. The answers are below:

1) green folded cardstock base 2) holly printed paper salvaged from inside an ole envelope 3) red paper 4) forest green cardstock with rounded corners using a punch 5) illustration from an old Christmas card cut with Nestabilities die 6) thick acrylic sticker mounted on green cardstock and trimmed before application to the card.

How did you do? I bet NOBODY got the printed paper from the envelope, though!

Ddd


 


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