Can you handle another installment in the Story Card Sunday series? I sure hope so because here is this week's pocket page-friendly Story Card.
While this would look swell in pocket page, it would also work well on a traditional scrapbook page or greeting card.
Let me show you how you can make one just like it.
Start by cutting two base cards with the Story Card steel dies. One should be from cardstock. The second should be from patterned paper. You'll also want to cut seven blank arrows and one "look" arrow with the Always Arrows steel dies.
Set the hexagon from the Hexagon steel dies on top of the cardstock base card.
Run it through your die-cutting machine and you'll end up with a window card that looks a little like this.
Adhere the window card onto the patterned paper base card.
Adhere six of the blank arrows onto the Story Card.
Mount the "look" arrow to a blank arrow.
Adhere the "look" arrow to the Story Card.
Finish the Story Card by adding some gems and enamel dots to it.
Hope you like this week's Story Card! I'll be back next Sunday with a brand new one to share with you.