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Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Fish Scale Thank you Card By Aimee

Happy Tuesday! Aimee here to show you how to make Samantha’s “pop up rain drops” card. 
When I first received this file, I knew I wanted to use a peacock feather on it. You can find these at your local craft and hobby shop or at this link here:

These are the files that I used from the Silhouette Online store.

I opened the file in the silhouette program and ungrouped the image. I find this is the easiest thing for me to do. You could also take the time to two pieces of paper and tape them to the cutting mat or cut the pieces separately like I did.

I copied and pasted the pop up rain drops image to a new page, cutting it from a dark brown cardstock. And I cut the card from an Aqua/Teal colored cardstock.
I also cut the thank you sentiment from some yellow cardstock.

I folded the card on the perforated line. I then bent back all the “scales” from the card to give some definition. With the “scales” looking like raindrops, I adhered the “scales” to the main card. I then adhered the feather to the card and layered the “thank you” on top of the feather. When the card was all dry I sprayed the whole thing with some gold glimmer mist.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today, I hope you enjoyed my card!
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1 comment:

  1. I adore this card and all the pretty details! Thanks for the inspiration!


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