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Story Card Sunday: You Me Us

Happy Sunday!

It’s time yet again for another installment of Story Card Sunday.

This week’s pocket page-friendly Story Card is a fun one to use to document friendships.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comLike many of the Story Cards we feature on Sundays, this one is pocket page-friendly. It would also look swell on a traditional scrapbook page or greeting card.

Here’s how you can make one like it.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comStart by cutting a base from a wood or kraft paper with the base of the Clipboard steel dies. You’ll also want to cut a clip and two papers (also from the Clipboard dies) from cardstock.

Now, we are going to do a little in-cutting. Take one of the papers and set the row of arrows from the Clipboard dies on it. Use a little Washi tape to hold it in place.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comRun it through your die-cutting machine and you’ll get something like this.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comLay the paper on top of the other paper and onto the base card. Adhere the clip on top.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comStamp words using the Yes No Maybe, Say It – Thanks and Williamsburg Alphabet Small stamp sets onto it.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comYou'll  notice my block got kinda messy when I stamped. That's because I rocked the block. Try to keep your block level when you stamp to avoid messy block issues. It will also help with you to obtain evenly stamped impressions.

After you've finished stamping, use highlighter pens to make some of the words stand out.

That is it for this week’s Story Card. Hope to see you again next week!

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