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In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 22 July 2010
Stand Up and Be Counted
Topic: Stamping

As assigned - make a stand-up card. My dimensions are not as per the original design but I made it work like I wanted to. There are Z-fold wings on each side that fold to the back. The card then stands on its own.

For this birdhouse image I drew in light vertical lines to look like wallpaper. They get washed out in the photo, though. The center panel of the card was Cuttlebugged for texture and then the center aperture cut out with Nestabilities. The white stamped piece is actually mounted on the back to show through the aperture.

I slit both sides to feed ribbon through and tied a bow off center. This is a counterbalance to the stamped greeting tag in the upper left. That tag is mounted with foam dots.

Ddd

 


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