Sunday means it is time for another installment of Story Card Sunday.
You are in for a treat! This week's Story Card mimics the look of stained glass!
Let me show you how to make a pocket page-friendly card like this one!
Start by die-cutting two base cards cards with the Story Card steel dies from vellum. You'll also want to cut two cards with Simply Circles steel die. One should be cut from craft foam and one should be cut from cardstock. Cut a "hello" word with the Hello Pocket steel dies. Cut the word from cardstock or craft foam. You'll also want to cut a strip of cardstock that fits all the way across the one of the base cards.
Adhere the cardstock Simply Circles die-cut to one of the vellum base cards.
Flip it over. Use alcohol-based markers to color over the circle openings. Don't worry if your coloring is not totally perfect. This technique is forgiving.
Flip it over and you'll have something like this.
Flip it over again. Adhere the foam Simply Circles die-cut over the openings.
Apply the second vellum base card to the foam.
Flip the card over one more time. Adhere the strip of cardstock to it, as well as the "hello" word. Finish the Story Card by placing a couple gems or enamel dots onto the cardstock strip.
And there you have it! By the way, not a pocket page memory keeper? This Story Card would look swell on a greeting card or a traditional scrapbook page.
I'll be back again next Sunday with another Story Card Sunday tutorial! Hope to see you then!