Woohoo! It is Story Card Sunday once again!
This week's Story Card may require digging into your favorite child's toy box, but I can assure you that it's a fun one to make.
Like all the Story Cards we feature on Story Card Sunday, this one would work great in a pocket page. It would also look good on traditional scrapbook page or greeting card.
Let me show you how to make one like it.
Set the frame on scratch paper. Use crayons to scribble color onto it. Not a fan of crayons? Use markers or pencils instead.
Adhere the frame to one of the base cards. Stamp a sentiment on it. I used one from Technique Tuesday's Everything Pocket Page stamp set.
Adhere the frame card to the other base card at an angle. Add an arrow cut with the arrow from the Heart Card DIY Steel Dies to it.
Trim away any excess.
Finish the Story Card off by adding a few enamel dots or gems onto the arrow.
That's all for this week. I hope to see you next Sunday!
Ps. Our May Studio AE Blog Hop is just getting started. We've got lots of great ideas for the new Today Circles by Ali Edwards stamp set. By the way, someone who comments during the blog hop will score a $25 e-Gift Card to TechniqueTuesday.com.