|Bachelor Button Downloads|
|My first download|
Back to the first card. I loved it. I loved the foil, the turquoise paper and the kraft card. And I knew I had to make more.
If you are a Mac user and proficient in InDesign, I won't bore you with the next step. However, if you are a PC user and familiar with Word these instructions are for you.
|Create card panels|
2. From your Downloads folder, copy and paste the image you want to use.
3. Insert a second text box inside the text box with your image.
4. Type your sentiment in the small text box.
5. Using Control A to select all, your can copy and paste it three more times.
6. Change your sentiment if you wish.
7. Print on card stock.
For this card, I used the Bachelor Button Downloadable. The first card came out so well, I had to foil this card, too. I used some bronze foil this time. Digging in my scrap paper box and feeling virtuous I found some wood plank paper and glued the foiled flower to it. I put the card panel on my favorite Neenah Kraft Cover and tied the whole package with some pretty green twine. I can't decide if it's a fall card or a masculine card. What do you think?
My next card couldn't be any simpler. I adhered my Bachelor Button to some light blue paper and overlay some vellum on top. Using my Crocodile, I punched through all three layers and tied it with blue twine. It is a quick, easy, and elegant card.
My last card I colored with colored pencils and back it with some purple paper. And my three cards were done.
Wait a second! Didn't I print out four images? Yes, and I flubbed the last one on the finished line. I think the technique is still good and I'll try it again. And of course, I'll share it with you.
All materials either come from my Etsy Store Pink Bunkadoo or are Amazon affiliate links where I buy most of my supplies.
Bachelor Button Downloadable
English Ivy and Boston Fern Downloadable
light blue and purple paper
Ranger Collage Gluestick
Neenah Kraft Cover