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Story Card Sunday: Best Picture Ever

Hi everyone!

It's time for another Story Card Sunday! This is today's Story Card.

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This week's Story Card is perfect to use in a pocket-style scrapbook page. And like all the Story Cards we feature on Story Card Sunday, this one would also look great on a traditional scrapbook page. If you are a card maker, just change out the sentiment to something more card-friendly.

Want to make a Story Card like this one? Let me show you how.

You should first cut a base card with our Story Card DIY Steel Die.

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Now, cut three frames from three different colors of cardstock with our Cool Tab Card DIY Steel Die. (Fun fact: This die is one of our most popular DIY Steel Dies. It's one of our current top-sellers!)

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Take one of the frames and set the "row of stars" die (included with the Cool Tab Card die) onto the tab. Use a little decorative tape or Painter's tape to hold it in place and then run it through your die-cutting machine.

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You'll get something like this. If the stars remain in the tab, use a piercing tool (or straight pin) to poke them out.

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Arrange all three of the frames onto your base card. Don't be afraid to turn them over and rotate them so they aren't all facing the same direction. 

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Adhere the frames to the base card. Snip off any excess paper with your scissors.

Finish the card off by adding a few epoxy dots (or gems) and a sentiment. The words I used are from Technique Tuesday's No Picture stamp set.

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And here again is the final result!

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I hope to see you again next week when I share another Story Card!

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Comments

How COOL is this! I love how you used the three colors for the same die and turned them onto one SUPAH lovely card!

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