Rustic Card Kits for Sale at Scrapbook Essentials BC - Part 2

Welcome Back!  I am sure that you are wanting to see the last four cards in the Rustic Card kit from yesterday's posting.

We will start with the fifth card in the photo. It is a card with a pull out tag.

The two small cards you see are attached together and then popped up on the pull out page with dimensional foam and acts as a stopper so that the tag can not be pulled out of the card, but still reveals a sentiment. The sentiment actually reads 'birthday wishes' but with the stopper you can not see the last two letters.

A fun card! Let's see the side view.

For this card I used:

  • Spellbinders "Fall Leaves" (S3-270)
  • Altenew  "Tulip" for the 'birthday wishes'

This next card (the photo colours are a bit off) is a great one for a birthday card or Father's Day card.

The three little tags are attached to the card at the bottom, but popped up at the top. Not only does this give some dimension to the card but with the twine it keeps the tags from looking odd if you were to try and attach them flat onto the card. And, it allows for less thickness where you can pop up one of the little leaves. You can see that in the next photo. You will note the highlights created with my white Gel Pen. So the white is not so stark, I used my ink blending tool (which was used on all the cards) and without reining it, gently went over the white marks.

To make this card I used:

Next is this cute card. The die cut frame you see is cut directly out of the plaid paper and flipped over to the back side and popped up in the spot it was cut out from with a different paper piece under it.

The "Happy Birthday" sentiment is die cut out three times (the kits only have two) and each layer glued over the other making it much thicker. as you can see it pops out of the card so much better than a single layer usually does.

You can see the layering better in this side view.

I used the following on this card:

The last card in the kit is what is called a Double Z Card. These are much easier to make than you may think. This. card that people always love to receive.

Again the "Congratulations" sentiment is die cut three times (two in the kits) and glued together to form a thicker versions that pops off the card. The die cut "Little Plants" are glued on here and there on top or from behind (on the strip).

The white section inside the card (it actually is ivory) is left blank to write something to the receiver of the card. If you choose to add beautiful collection paper here as well, you can always write on the back of the card, or between the folded parts of the front of the card.

Here is what I used to create this card:

I thank you for stopping by again today to have a closer look at the last four cards in the Rustic Card Kit. Remember, if you would like to purchase a kit, it does not matter where you live because it will be shipped to you, contact Stacey at  or  778-533-4290. The kits are $25.00 Canadian, plus tax and shipping costs.

Hope you have been inspired to created your own ideas from these cards as well. 

There will be a long break in posts, as I do not have anything to post for you and schedule while I am away visiting family in Alberta the first half of February. So feel free to check out the blog for earlier posts for any inspiration you need. It is always fun to go back to previous years, too. Just look for the years on the right side of the blog under "Blog Archive" to have some fun browsing.

Happy creating!

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