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Story Card Sunday: Celebrate Banners

Hi all!

It's time for another installment of Story Card Sunday so please meet this week's Story Card.

A Story Card from TechniqueTuesday.comWhile this Story Card is pocket page-friendly, it would also work on a traditional scrapbook page or greeting page. 

Here's how you can make one like it.

Start by cutting a base card with Technique Tuesday's Story Card steel dies. Cut five solid flags and three flags with stars with the Flair Maker steel dies. Save the stars. You going to need them for this project.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comArrange and adhere the flags onto the Story Card. Be sure to layer a couple of the flags together for the layered look.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comTie twine around the Story Card. Use a little glue to anchor the bows in place.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comStamp a phrase onto the Story Card. The phrase I used is from the A Reason To Party stamp set.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comFinish the Story Card off by adding a few gems or enamel dots to it. Add the three stars to the card too.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from TechniqueTuesday.comSure turned out cute! And while this Story Card has a definite Independence Day feel to it, consider changing the colors to make it more appropriate to use on a birthday, anniversary or graduation project. 

See you next week! I'll show you how to make another Story Card using Technique Tuesday's steel dies and clear stamps.



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