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Woot! It is time for another Story Card Sunday!


This week's Story Card will work in a pocket-style scrapbook page, but it would also look swell on a traditional scrapbook page or card. I think you will also find this one to be easy to make and easy to customize with papers and stamps of your own choosing.

So let me show you how to make one like it!

Start by cutting a base card from white cardstock with our Memo Pad Card DIY steel die. You'll also want to cut one from a patterned paper of your choice.


Cut off the top of the patterned paper piece and adhere it to the cardstock base like so.


Cut three labels with our Label DIY steel die from cardstock and patterned paper.


Adhere them onto your Story Card like so. Snip off the excess.


Stamp a sentiment onto the Story Card. I used a word from the Everyday Words by Ali Edwards stamp set, but be sure to pick a sentiment appropriate for your memory keeping or paper crafting project.


Now, it's time for the fun part! Use a piercing tool (or push pin) to poke a hole into the card like so.


Place a brad through the hole. Wrap some twine, floss or yarn around it like this.


Use a piece of decorative tape to hole adhere the twine ends to the back of the card.


And you are good to go! The end result should be something that looks like this.


Please join us again next week for another installment in our Story Card Sunday series! Next week's Story Card is going to involve getting messy. (Oh wait! I've said too much!) Hope to see you then!


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super sweet...something about the color yellow, it just screams happy!

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