Sunday means it is time for another installment of Story Card Sunday.
Like many of the Story Cards we feature, this one would fit in a pocket-style scrapbook page. It would also work well on a traditional scrapbook page. Not a memory keeper? You could use this on a greeting card as well. Just change out the sentiment.
Let me show you how to make one like it with clear stamps and steel dies from TechniqueTuesday.com.
Start by cutting a base card with the Story Card steel dies. You'll also want to cut three labels with the Folding Banners dies and one tag with the This Tag dies.
Take one of the labels. Set the arrow from the This Tag dies on top of it.
Run the label and arrow through your die-cutting machine. You'll end up with something like this.
Place the tag on the base card. Adhere a solid label under the arrow label. Adhere the stacked labels onto the Story Card.
Set the third label onto your work table. Place a couple stamps from the Here & There stamp set onto the label. Use your clear stamping block to pick them up.
Ink up your stamps and stamp onto the label.
Adhere the stamped label onto your Story Card. Poke a hole at the top of the tag. Poke a second hold at the bottom of it.
Run a line of twine through the holes and around the back of the Story Card.
Tie a bow at the front of the Story Card. Trim the excess twine.
With that, this week's Story Card is a wrap. Tune in next Sunday to see another Story Card Sunday tutorial. Hope to see you then!