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Friday, March 02, 2012

Kokeshi "5-step" Card Tutorial by Karen Maldonado

Hi there!!  It's me...Karen, and today I am going to share how to make a quick & simple "5 step card" featuring Kokeshi designer papers & stickers, and Spellbinder Blossom Tags & Accents...all of which are designed by Samantha Walker!!


So, let's get started...


Directions -
a. For the card base, cut red cardstock 5"W x 10"L.  Fold in 1/2.  
b. Cut Kokeshi Bamboo DP (beige side) 4.5"W x 4.5"L.  
c. Cut Kokeshi Bamboo DP (black black) 4.5"W x 2"L. 
d. Die cut the Blossom die using the Kokeshi Stripe DP (green side).
e. Assemble/cluster your Kokeshi stickers as shown in above photo. 
Adhere all elements to your card.  I added some machine stitching, 
distress inking, hemp cord, rhinestones, and pop dots.

Supplies (all designed by Samantha Walker) -

I'd love to see what you might create with this adorable line of products!!
Leave a link in the comment section, and I will be sure to check it out!

Here's a close up of this little cutie-patootie...


Have a fabulous Friday!!

Hugs & Smiles,

3 comments:

  1. Fabulous card!
    Very cute!

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  2. This is super. i love it.
    Hugs Elaine

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