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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Kimono Card

Good morning, Stampers!

For the next little bit, I will be sharing with you what we made at our monthly demo meeting during a shoebox swap.  If you are thinking, what is a shoebox swap?  A shoebox swap is where you have a shoebox with all of your card stock, ink pads, and any other supplies needed along with instructions for your project.  We had lots of fun doing this.

The first project is a Kimono card.  This is a very easy peasy masculine card you can make in no time at all.

If you make this card out of a dark card stock as I did here, you will need to add a "liner" on the inside so you can stamp your sentiment or write a message.

Here is what the card looks like closed:



And here is the card opened up:



For the cumberbund, wrap your strip of paper from the front to the back leaving enough space to allow you slide easily off of the card.  You can also use ribbon, just tie it in a nice tie on the front, again keeping it lose enough to slide easily off the card.


My Stampin' Supplies
  • Stamp Set
    • Wacky Wishes
  • Card Stock
    • Core'dinations Card Stock (Holiday Catalog)
      • Early Espresso
    • Very Vanilla Card Stock
  • Stampin Classic Ink Pad
    • Early Espresso
  • Accessoriees
    • Embossing Folder
      • Perfect Polks Dots
    • Paper Snips
  • Tools
    • Stampin' Sanding System (Holiday Catalog)
    • Core'dinations Dust Buddy (Holiday Catalog)
    • Big Shot
    • Bone Folder
  • Adhesive
    • Mono Adhesive Liquid Glue

A special thank you goes out to Gail for sharing her Kimono card with us.


Thank YOU for stopping by for a visit today.  I enjoy reading your comments below.  I hope you will come back again for another visit soon.


Until then...


Happy Stamping,

Teri



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