Hello, Karen here with three cards I have made using the remaining ‘fussy cut’ elements from my mammoth fussy cutting session earlier in the month. I rarely make cards but there are three special people with birthdays in April – Gracia – my daughter, Hannah – her best friend and Denise – my best friend.
I used instructions from Pinterest to make the cards and so, for ease, will link these to this post.
Z Fold Box Card
For the base of this card I used a piece of Lemonade weave Kaisercard and these instructions. Once I had made my card base I covered it with the sheet of paper with pineapples on from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad. I also fussy cut the parrot, sheet with two sprigs of pink and white flowers and some clusters of leaves and flowers from this pad too.
Swing Corner Card
I started by using some 12 x 12 Coal weave Kaisercard for my base. The instructions are here but I have drawn a template to make it a little easier.
Once I had cut and scored my card I then used glue to stick the triangle with the score to the back of the square below the one with the window in. So it would be the bottom left one on the template above.
To the two inside side pieces I used two pink and white papers, a square of flamingo paper and a tag from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad.
Origami Star Card
For the base of this card I used a piece of Kaisercraft smooth cardstock. The instructions are here. For the paper on my card I used a sheet of Mojito and one sheet was enough for to cover all the panels.
So there we have my three cards ready to post off to their recipients.
Stay safe and hope you can get some craft time.