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Sunday, April 07, 2013

Classic Car Card April Tutorial by: Aimee Maddern

Aimee here, to show you how to make a simple and easy masculine card. It can be used for a birthday card, fathers day card or even an invitation.

Supply list:
Red card stock

White card stock

Glossy accents {glue}


Bingo chip


1.     Cut card from red cardstock

2.     Iron {with low heat} card to get the delicate letters to lay flat

3.     Fold card in half 

4.     Cut white piece of card stock just smaller than {folded} card
5.     Using glue of choice {I used glossy accents} adhere delicate letters, and car parts to white card stock

6.     Hold till glue dries

7.     Wrap twine a couple of times around top of card 

8.     Tie bow or knot

9.     Adhere large button on top of twine

 10. Adhere bingo chip on top of button 

11. Embellish with other items as desired {I used 3 more buttons on this card}

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Anonymous8:04 AM MDT

    So fun your tutorial!

  2. Love, Love, Love the car cutout! I'll have to get that for our car club ladies!

  3. Very Fun and different. Great Fathers Day Card!! Those boys don't care for flowers, too much. Lol. Thanks for the tutorial. I need all the help I can get with my Silhouette!


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